Refusal to vaccinate children who have infected other children with measles requires long line of evidence difficult to present to court. Source: 'Suing anti-vaxxers not a simple proposition' - Israel National News
Malta may become victim to a worrying trend among young, foreign parents who believe that vaccinating their children may lead to their child becoming autistic.Dr Charmaine Gauci, the Superintendent of Health, has raised concerns over the potential of a measles outbreak in Malta due to "vaccine hesitant parents" leading to measles being "imported" into Malta. … Continue reading WATCH: Rise Of Measles In Malta Due To European Anti-Vaxxers, Health Superintendent Warns – Lovin Malta
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Victoria Police members attended the Point Cook office of Health Minister and Member for Altona Jill Hennessy last week, after office staff became concerned for their own personal safety over an unscheduled visit from an anti-vaxxer campaigner. Source: Police pull plug on anti-vaxxer's visit to Jill Hennessy’s office - Willy and Hobby
A comparison somehow worse than a Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Source: Pirates of the Caribbean writer Terry Rossio apologies for using the n-word to defend anti-vaxxers.
Terry Rossio is best known as a screenwriter behind such hits as Aladdin, Shrek and The Pirates of the Carribean. He is worst known as an anti-vaxxer who employs false equivalency and racial slurs in an attempt to further his cause. Source: Terry Rossio Uses Racial Slur And False Equivalency To Advocate Anti-Vaxxer Agenda
The man who wrote the screenplays for beloved Disney movies like Aladdin, Shrek, and all five of the Pirates of the Caribbean films is worried that children can be adversely impacted by vaccinations. But, more urgently, that man —Terry Rossio — thinks to call anyone "anti-vax" is on par with a racial epithet. So, if your children were to ask … Continue reading Disney Writer of ‘Aladdin’ Connected to Anti-Vaccination and Racism | Fatherly