We recently toured a daycare we loved, and afterward emailed them to ask about vaccination policies. It is important to me to send my child somewhere where all children have received the age-appropriate vaccinations. They responded:
“The only information I can provide regarding vaccinations is that we cannot have more than 3% of our total enrolled children at the center without vaccinations, which comes to about 4-5 children. We also cannot disclose how many children currently (if any) are not vaccinated.”
Is this standard practice for a daycare center? Would the 3% include infants who just can’t have vaccines yet (they take kids as early as 6 weeks)? Trying to decide if this is a huge red flag or something I’ll hear from most/all centers.
Re: Confusing daycare response
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