The problem is, deciding whether or not to vaccinate isn’t a personal choice—it’s a matter of public health.
States are eliminating exemptions in the fight to stop the worst outbreak of measles in decades
Joe Hendrick is now homeschooling his sons while juggling his job and a two-week-old newborn child.
New York county bans unvaccinated kids from public places amid measles outbreak
State Sen. Lynda Wilson also suggested requiring visitors to the U.S. be vaccinated against measles.
Minnesota has seen more measles cases just since April than the entire U.S. in all of 2016. And 84 percent of those cases have occurred in the Somali community.