When I attended school several decades ago, getting vaccinated before the start of classes in the fall was just considered a societal norm. If one wanted to attend public school one got caught up on their vaccinations. It was no different than having to dress a certain way to go to school.
Those worried about “government imposition” on their lives must realize that society imposes all sorts of norms. A family might be “naturists” at home, but I’m sure they realize they can’t leave their home naked, even if they consider wearing clothes as unhealthy.
Why would anyone leave their child’s immune system naked against a preventable disease when they go out in public?
Thomas J. Munyon