WSJ: Thousands of Schools Fall Below Recommended Measles Vaccination Rate

Thousands of individual schools in the U.S. don’t have high enough immunization levels to meet the threshold considered adequate to protect a population from measles, a Wall Street Journal examination found.

While the majority of schools have high measles- mumps-rubella vaccination rates of 90% or above, many schools have rates in the 70% to 80%, an some small private schools have rates hovering around 50%. Click link to read full story.

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