Measles cases up 30 percent worldwide, WHO says –

14:30 EST 29 Nov 2018 | Life Sciences Health

NBCNews.comMeasles cases up 30 percent worldwide, WHO saysNBCNews.comMeasles cases spiked 30 percent in 2017, due entirely to poor vaccination rates, the World Health Organization reported Thursday. More than 6.7 million people, mostly young children, caught measles in 2017, the WHO reported. And 110,000 died from the ...Measles resurgence 'due to vaccine hesitancy', WHO warnsBBC NewsMeasles cases surge 31%, driven by gaps in vaccination coverageHealioMeasles cases spike globally due to gaps in vaccination coverageWorld Health -Yahoo News -Reuters -RTE.ieall 12 news articles

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