Now, as the number of people receiving MMR vaccinations has dropped for the fourth year, despite the number of cases trebling in 2018, [British] Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that he wouldn’t rule out the option of banning children from school if they were unvaccinated. But is it fair for children to miss out on an education if their parents don’t want them to have the vaccine? … So the facts are there are 259 measles cases in England in 2017, rising to 966 in 2018. Uptakes of both jabs at the age of five has fallen in England for four years in a row, from 88.6 percent up to 87.2 percent in 2017 to 2018.
Should Children Be Banned from School if They Don’t Have the Measles Vaccine?
Published June 13, 2019 | Best in Video