US measles outbreak push to end religious exemptions

Eliminating the religious exemption has raised vaccination rates in California, though the number of children seeking medical exemptions there has tripled.

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    A measles outbreak in the United States has officials looking for ways to get more children vaccinated.

    The shots are already required in order to attend school, but most states allow exemptions for religious or philosophical reasons.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports New York.


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