Federal Minister for family Affairs Franziska Giffey (SPD) has called for a measles vaccination. "The state needs to act when the risk to endanger in kindergartens, schools and other institutions, fellow human beings, is not different get a handle on," said Giffey on Saturday to the grounds.
It is not only the responsibility of each Individual for himself and his children, but also to the responsibility for other people, continued to Giffey. A Impfflicht not a frivolous decision whether to introduce, however, "" but must be the result of a "careful consideration".
support for the introduction of a measles-vaccination President Frank Ulrich Montgomery was the last of the Doctors. In the Federal Ministry of health, talks about compulsory vaccination of children against measles is underway. The Minister of health, Jens Spahn (CDU) in day-care centres and schools makes sense.
a vaccination was discussed in Germany already repeatedly, especially after regional severe measles outbreaks. On the occasion of the current debate is an increased occurrence of Measles, among other things, in the area of Hildesheim.daily mirror tomorrow location Free of charge
The world health organization (WHO) had declared the rejection of vaccinations recently to one of the ten largest global health threats, primarily because of a medically possible eradication of measles will be prevented by the in the industrialized countries, widespread refusal of vaccination. Measles are extremely contagious and potentially deadly. In addition to the acute disease may occur as a late consequence of inflammation of the brain. All of the patients affected die from it.More about
According to the accumulation of measles-diseases Spahn for vaccination in daycare centers and schools
In many rich industrialized States Anti-vaccination movement is spreading. Their followers spread in Online networks, the medically untenable assertion that there is a connection between measles vaccinations and autism. The development threatens to undo successes in the fight for the eradication of measles to be undone. (AFP)