The United Nations (UN) said today that, compared to 2016, global measles cases have risen by more than 30% last year, and the number of cases in German rich countries such as Germany where vaccines are hit has also been increased.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has pointed out that the worrying trend of re-enlargement of measles is almost universal, but has different causes in different regions.
Experts believe that one of the reasons for increasing European cases is to take lightly a false vaccine message that is proven to be effective and safe.
Martin Friede, WHO Director of Immunization, Vaccines and Biological Products, told reporters that "so-called experts made unfounded allegations of vaccine" affecting the decision of a parent of a sick child.
He specifically mentioned that it is illogically medical, that the vaccine causes autism, the wider members of the so-called " "Anti-Vax" movement, and one of the ways of distribution is a social means.
The cases of measles in Latin America have also been proliferated, and Steth Berkley, head of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Vaccination (Gavi), said in a statement that one of the reasons for the "collapse of the health system in Venezuela".
(Central News Agency)