Parents of Germany may have to pay a fine of $2800 on not having a vaccination for smallpox for their kids. The government is going to bring this law soon. It has been confirmed by the Health Ministry. If there is a vaccination for school going children, then the parents will also have to show proof of this. If you do not do this, you will have to fill the fine.
Health Minister says, “I want to completely eliminate smallpox here. Every child who is going to school or kindergarten should be criticized.” Given the growing cases of smallpox in Germany, preparation to bring this legislation is going on. London’s Health Secretary Matt Hancock has termed those who run the anti-vaccine campaign as irresponsible. In an interview he said, the hands of such people are dyed with blood.
To Prevent Smallpox, two doses of vaccine are given. According to a statement released by the World Health Organization in 2017, 97% of children in Germany have applied the first vaccine. At the same time, 93% of children did not take the second dose of vaccine. Experts say that at least 95% of vaccination is very important to avoid the disease.
In March 2018 and February 2019, most of the cases in Europe were revealed in Germany. Only about 300 cases were noticed this year. The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control was confirmed by the figures. In the cases of smallpox, Italy was at the top, in which 2498 cases came out.
According to a UNICEF study, in the year 2017 due to smallpox, 110000 people died in the world. Its cases were 22% higher than in 2016. According to this report, there were 20 million such children in the world who were not given the first vaccine of smallpox. This was one of the major reasons for the growth of this disease.
According to WHO, a high-income country United States once topped by the vaccine’s first non-dose children. As the case progressed, in 2000, the US was declared free of this disease.
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