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Germany has introduced a measles vaccine requirement for students and children in kindergartens

The German parliament has passed a law obliging students and kindergarten children to vaccinate themselves against measles.
The German Health Minister, Jens Spahn, spoke of “a law to protect children” from a “contagious” and “potentially fatal” disease. The obligation – which also applies to teachers and hospital staff – will come into force in March 2020, and, in the event of a violation, a fine of up to €2,500 will be imposed. There were 501 cases of measles in Germany this year.

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