ITALY MAKES 12 VACCINATIONS COMPULSORY FOR CHILDREN.

Italy makes 12 vaccinations compulsory for children – BBC News

The government in Italy has ruled that children must be vaccinated against 12 common illnesses before they can enrol for state-run schools. Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni blamed a decrease in vaccinations in part on a “spread of anti-scientific theories”. Italy has recorded nearly three times as many measles cases so far this year than for all of 2016.

Christoph Lombard

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