Don’t spread anti-vax messages: AHPRA

Measles rash on boy
Measles rash, day three. Picture courtesy of U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
AHPRA has reminded health practitioners about their responsibility to support public health programs like vaccination, as measles and flu cases rise The regulators spoke out on Wednesday in order to support public safety, given mounting concerns about a five-year high in measles cases, and an early surge in laboratory confirmed influenza cases in 2019. There

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