*Having said that, as a working parent I admit that I have taken my kid to daycare when he was sick because I didn't have other childcare options available. I called my daycare provider and we talked through her guidelines first. She will take a child that has a cough or a runny nose; she won't take one with a fever as that indicates that he is likely actively contagious, and also he probably feels really crummy and would be far more comfortable at home. Even when he has a cough I try to keep him home and just work from home when I can, but that hasn't always been an option. I imagine it's that much harder for working parents who don't have the ability to work from home, so I do understand that side of it, but hope that parents try to keep their kids home when they can.
This is a terrible idea. It would open the doors for parents to sue over way to many things. What each of us considers due diligence is different. I consider taking kids that are sick and contagious out into public to be a bad idea, but I understand why it has to be done in certain situations. As a teacher I get kids all the time that are visually sick, and the parents think they are in the clear because they brought down their kids fever with tylenol.
As a parent with 2 kids totally vaxxed (DD1 and DS4) and 2 kids that had severe reactions to vaccines I am understanding of both sides.
That door is already long opened.