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15:12

National

Spain introduces a preventative campaign to stop the rise in the number of cases of measles

Ángel Escalera

The regional government has introduced an initiative to vaccinate everyone against measles who requests it and was born in the seventies, (who are now between 40 and 50 years old), thereby following the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and ... the national government. The aim is to prevent outbreaks of measles, an infectious and contagious disease that at the moment is under control in Spain, (it has been free of endemic transmission of measles since 2016), but which has resurfaced in ... other European countries. Anyone aged between 40 and 50 who has already had measles or has been in contact with someone with measles at some point in their life does not need to be vaccinated as they will already be immune. If anyone in the age group

14:46

LifeStyle

Why are cases of mumps increasing?

Ángel Escalera

Every three or four years there is a new outbreak of mumps, a viral infection that is characterised by inflammation of the salivary glands. As a means of prevention, children are given the MMR vaccination (a vaccine against measles, mumps and

11:38

LifeStyle

Spain has "enviable" vaccination levels but must not "drop its guard"

ALFONSO TORICES

Experts agree that Spain's vaccination levels are "enviable" because at least 95 per cent of children in this country are immunised against the principal infectious illnesses. This has resulted in the incidence of measles, rubella, diphtheria, ... the highest numbers of measles outbreaks, from which several children have died. "If you drop your guard and don't vaccinate, the illnesses which are now under control reappear," says Ángel Gil, a professor of Preventive Medicine. Dr Álvarez

11:12

LifeStyle

Harald Zur Hausen: “People can't not vaccinate their babies”

VÍCTOR NÚÑEZ JAIME

...of adverse effects in every 100,000.” However, some parents have decided not to vaccinate their children, for example because it has been attributed to recent cases of measles. He regrets that more measures have not been taken to combat damaging