Karliczek wants to offer vaccinations in schools

Minister of education, Anja Karliczek is strongly in favour of vaccinations in the future, also in the school. Most of the Unvaccinated were no opponents, the barriers to vaccination are too high, said the CDU politician of the German press Agency. Regardless of the discussed statutory mandatory vaccination, you should start here.

“We should convey the facts better and the access to vaccines and facilitate through, for example, vaccinations in schools and businesses,” said Karliczek. “Vaccinations are one of the major scientific achievements of medicine and save lives.”

The Minister of health, Jens Spahn is currently preparing proposals for a mandatory vaccination, to be presented in may. The CDU politician has voted, in principle, for mandatory measles vaccinations for children in daycare centers and schools. Measles are highly contagious and can extend in rare cases, even fatal.

According to the German ethics Council, half of all measles Patients in Germany, adults are almost. Measures to increase the vaccination Coverage should be directed not only to children but also to adults, called the Committee, which advises the Federal government and the Bundestag. 97.1 percent of the children had the Training already, the first vaccination against measles is a Problem, the ratio in the case of the Second immunization, for a complete protection is important.

In the past week published study commissioned by the EU Commission indicate that many people know little about the Vaccination. So 46% of the Germans were falsely, that vaccines have serious side effects. 42 percent of the Germans surveyed believed that the vaccination could precisely trigger the disease, in front of you to protect.

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