Germany Considers Fines for Not Vaccinating Children Against Measles

Under the proposed draft, toddlers and young children in Germany who have not been immunized would not be allowed to enter preschool.

Fuente: Melissa Eddy - The New York Times, 8 may 2019.

Germany’s health minister has proposed a fine of up to 2,500 euros, or about $2,800, for parents who refuse to immunize their school-age children against measles, part of efforts to combat a disease that has surged after decades of decline.




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