This summer, amid the worst measles outbreak in decades, New York passed a law that says children who are not vaccinated can’t attend classes.
New York City Declared A Public Health Emergency And $1,000 Fine For Disobeying Mandatory Vaccination Order
New York City officials declared a public health emergency on after almost 300 cases of measles in the city, announcing fines of up to $1,000 if people disobey the mandatory vaccination order.
A measles outbreak in a New York suburb has sickened scores of people and stoked long-smoldering tensions between the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community and the secular world at large.
Public Health Emergency Issued After Measles Outbreak In Washington State Confirmed by Health Officials
The illness can be fatal, dangerous for unvaccinated children, and doctors are saying even some vaccinated adults could be at risk.
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