US: Anti-vaccination groups blamed in Minnesota measles outbreak

The US state of Minnesota is battling to contain its worst measles outbreak in three decades. Most cases have been found in the Somali community in Minneapolis. Health officials blame the anti-vaccination movement for a huge drop in inoculations

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    The US state of Minnesota is battling to contain its worst measles outbreak in three decades.

    Most cases have been found in the Somali community based near the city of Minneapolis.

    Health officials blame the anti-vaccination movement for a huge drop in inoculations.

    Al Jazeera's Diane Eastabrook reports from Minneapolis.


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