I am travelling to the UK with a german scout group in a few days.
All the parents have to sign a declaration of consent that their children can get medical treatment if necessary.
The declaration is written in german, but I included an English passage:
"We hereby confirm that medical treatment may be accomplished if found necessary at the physician's discretion and in consultation with the accompanying scout leader. This includes necessary surgeries and vaccinations."
Would that be okay or are there any mistakes that should be corrected?
Thank you for your answers,
That should be fine, most of us English people wouldn't be capable of writing such a definitive declaration
Cool - thank you very much
S'all good buddy
I think its ok but with a doubt.
Haha. I tried to think how I'd write one in German and all I could get was "lass mich nicht sterben, dank".
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