More than 41,000 people have been infected with measles in the first 6-months of 2018 in Europe, there have been 37 total deaths as a result. Last year, 23,927 total measles cases were diagnosed.
“Experts” blame less vaccine density in the population as the reason.
The WHO is calling on European countries to take action. Yesterday, Turkey introduced a bill that would imprison parents who skip their children’s vaccines. By “take action,” we can clearly expect draconian rule.
Here’s a graph from BBC.com
England is blaming the rest of Europe, claiming that tourists are causing their spike in measles.
Measles rarely injures or kills, people will mostly recover fine.
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