A boy in Las Pinas City in the Philippines receive a measles vaccine during a nationwide immunisation programme in February. Photo: EPA-EFE

Hong Kong’s measles outbreak: Failure to vaccinate children should be seen as child abuse

  • The potentially deadly consequences of diseases like measles should convince parents to take their responsibility seriously
  • In some countries, children who are not vaccinated are banned from schools and other public places. Hong Kong should follow suit
Topic |   Measles outbreak

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A boy in Las Pinas City in the Philippines receive a measles vaccine during a nationwide immunisation programme in February. Photo: EPA-EFE
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