Germany will not be affected by a comprehensive mässlingsutbrott says health minister Jens Spahn Picture, introducing the threat of fines of the equivalent of 27.000 sek, and the exclusion from the preschool to the parents who will not let their children vaccinated. The bundestag is expected to vote on the proposal later in the year.
the Aim is to vaccinationsgraden shall be on 95% of the population, but in recent years, the proportion in Germany decreased and is at 93% according to the state of the institute Robert Koch-institut. 2018 documented WHO over 82.500 mässlingsfall in Europe – three times more than the previous year – and 72 children died of the extremely infectious virus disease.
vaccinationsgrad than the recommended level, but in several places in the world have, like Germany, had to resort to various threats of punishment in order to reverse the downward trends. Australia, for example, introduced 2015, a law which means that vaccinvägrande parents lose the right to public grants.
the MMR vaccine, which also protects against mumps and rubella, are drawn with a series of unscientific myths that get less faktaintresserade people to fear it. Among påhitten is that the vaccine can cause autism, that mässlingsutbrott are exaggerated, that the disease can be stopped with careful cleaning, and may even die to get the syringe.
the vaccination programme for children in Sweden, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, Hib, pneumococcal, measles, mumps, and rubella, and hpv for girls. The protective effect varies between 70% and 95% depending on the disease the vaccine protects against.