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Much Of Public Officials’ Attention Has Focused On Jewish Community, But Vaccination Resistance Spreads Far Beyond It

06:52 EDT 10 May 2019 | Kaiser Health News

The majority of the dozens of New York City schools that had less than 90 percent of their children vaccinated for measles in the last school year were not ultra-Orthodox Jewish. Meanwhile, a look into history shows that vaccination resistance is nothing new in the U.S., and it tends to be tied tumultuous times of social upheaval and distrust in our institutions.

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