Germany mulls fines to boost measles vaccination rates
May05

Germany mulls fines to boost measles vaccination rates

Germany’s health minister is proposing fines for parents of school-age children who haven’t been vaccinated for measles. Minister Jens Spahn told the German weekly Bild am Sonntag that parents who can’t prove their children have been vaccinated for the highly contagious and potentially deadly disease should have to pay up to 2,500 euros ($2,790). In an interview published Sunday, Spahn said children without measles...

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