citygirl said:Redrum - while that may be your choice (although we certainly can agree to disagree, I'm a huge proponent of vaccinations), some countries require you to have them in order to enter said country. It's not optional
Anyway, back to the original question - as Tina said, you can go and get the vaccine there for free. Quick process.
That's certainly true; but the measure remains mandatory. If you wish to be admitted to a state, even as a transient tourist, you must comply with its requirements, no matter how foolish or bad.redrum said:. . . . And just because a country makes it mandatory in NO WAY makes it correct or safe . . . .
RWS said:That's certainly true; but the measure remains mandatory. If you wish to be admitted to a state, even as a transient tourist, you must comply with its requirements, no matter how foolish or bad.
Indeed, you've but three choices, RR: comply; decline, and not enter the country; or "go Mexican", evading the authorities and sneaking in as you please. Only the first two choices are either legal or moral.
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