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Comment: I used a link in the "similar subjects" section under your post

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I used a link in the "similar subjects" section under your post

and found this:

What Will Be Considered Mandatory
The Federal Government’s proposed mandatory health insurance will mean mandatory vaccinations/immunizations. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) says that for anyone who refuses to keep up-to-date vaccinations, under the new health reform, you will not be able to obtain any health care you may need until immunizations are current.

I did read somewhere that it is suggested that a person will only receive emergency services if they have kept immunizations up to date...

Also consider your state laws, like SC:

The bottom line is that:  a) according to SC law (SC Code of Laws 63-5-340 and 350), a healthcare provider can give care, except surgery, to a person down to 16 years of age on their own authorization (including vaccinations), and b) providers can also do so for a minor (under age 16) if there is a professional determination that the health services is necessary.   But a more formal determination of need must be made by the medical professional.

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