Former Rothschild Banker Macron To Make Vaccination Mandatory From 2018 In France

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The government in France has revealed that from 2018 it will be mandatory for parent’s to have their children vaccinated against measles.

Edouard Philippe, the Prime Minister of France said that it was unacceptable that children were still dying from measles in the country, which is where the earliest of the measles vaccinations had been pioneered.

France Already Has Mandatory Vaccinations For Tetanus, Polio, And Diphtheria

At the moment France has a mandatory vaccination policy for three vaccines, namely diphtheria, polio, and tetanus. Vaccines against whooping cough and hepatitis are only recommended in France. Mr. Philippe announced the policy for mandatory vaccination against measles and evoked the name of Louis Pasteur, a biologist from France who made a breakthrough in the research of disease and who came up with the first ever anthrax and rabies vaccinations during the 19th century.

He went on to say that all vaccines are going to be recommended universally by the health authorities, of which there are 11 in total and vaccination would be made compulsory.

Children Cannot Attend School In Italy Unless Vaccinated

This move follows on from an initiative that is very similar in Italy. Italy has banned children who are not vaccinated from attending any state school. The World Health Organization has given a warning about measles outbreaks that are considered major, which have been spreading over Europe, even though there is an effective and safe vaccine readily available.

Anti-vaccine movements, with the followers of them being called anti-vaxxers, are thought to have been behind the low immunization rates against the disease, which is highly contagious, in many countries. A survey recently revealed that around 3 out of 10 people in France do not trust vaccinations. 52% of the people who took part in the survey revealed that the benefits of having children vaccinated outweighed the risks of not.

In First Couple Of Months Of 2017, 79 Measles Cases Reported

In France during the first couple of months of 2017, 79 measles cases had been reported, with most of the outbreak being in the north-eastern region of Lorraine, with 50 cases, said the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.

From the start of 2008 to the end of 2016 over 24,000 measles cases had been declared in France according to the official figures. Of them, 1,500 cases had complications that were serious and there had been 10 deaths.

24,000 Children In UK Risk Measles, Mumps And Rubella From Not Being Vaccinated

In Britain, measles vaccination is not considered to be mandatory and about 24,000 children in England are not given the vaccination against measles, mumps, and rubella. There has been a lot of fear that surrounds the inoculation that is combined against three diseases that are infectious, the vaccine is known as MMR and this comes from a study that was discredited which claimed that there was a link between the vaccination and autism.

Almost 20 years ago a paper was published in a medical journal by Andrew Wakefield, a former doctor who was disgraced, and this led to a huge fall in the uptake of parents at that time, however, scientific research that was exhaustive, went on to disprove the theory.

Since 2006 two children living in the UK have lost their lives as the result of measles and a young man from Wales passed away in 2013 due to the disease. At a British Medical Association meeting, Dr. Farah Jameel said that all of the deaths had been a waste of life. The BMA is now calling for any evidence to be submitted to the government in the UK about the potential disadvantages and advantages of immunizing children becoming mandatory under law.

Italy Will Make 12 Vaccines Compulsory

The health minister for Italy, Beatrice Lorenzin, said that the falling number of vaccination rates in the country had been generated by news that was fake and that 12 vaccines are going to be made compulsory for children up to the age of 16. In Italy, during April the cases of measles rose to over fivefold in comparison to April the year previously, revealed the National Health Institute figures.

The resurgence of measles is alarming and this has been partly blamed on the stance against vaccinations by the populist Five Star Movement. They managed to take a quarter of the 2013 general election vote in the country.

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