1. Low trust in vaccines 'a global crisis'  BBC News
  2. Survey shows crisis of confidence in vaccines in parts of Europe  The Guardian
  3. A Global Survey Shows Which Countries Are The World’s Top Vaccine Doubters  BuzzFeed News
  4. Richer countries have less faith in vaccines, survey finds  CNN
  5. French scepticism over vaccines reflects distrust of government  The Guardian
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The biggest global study into attitudes on immunisation reveals confidence is low in some regions.The biggest global study into attitudes on immunisation reveals confidence is low in some regions.

Low trust in vaccines 'a global crisis' - BBC News

LONDON: Trust in vaccines - one of the world's most effective and widely-used medical products - is highest in poorer countries but weaker in ...LONDON: Trust in vaccines - one of the world's most effective and widely-used medical products - is highest in poorer countries but weaker in ...

Varying vaccine trust leaves populations vulnerable: Study - CNA

In France, one in three people disagree that vaccines are safe. In Bangladesh, almost 98% of people believe that vaccines are both safe and effective.In France, one in three people disagree that vaccines are safe. In Bangladesh, almost 98% of people believe that vaccines are both safe and effective.

Wellcome Trust's Survey Lists The World's Most Anti-Vaccine Countries

“We're making real progress fighting this measles outbreak, but we still need your help to drive numbers down. Get vaccinated. Get your family vaccinated. It's the best way to protect our community: https://t.co/C3Bbw9crzR https://t.co/kcGYHsB3he”

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Twitter: "We're making real progress fighting this measles outbreak, but we still need your help to drive numbers down. Get vaccinated. Get your family vaccinated. It's the best way to protect our community: https://t.co/C3Bbw9crzR… https://t.co/Rap0iGmlur"

“So far under the Measles Immunization Catch Up Program, 15,796 doses of measles-containing vaccines were administered by health authorities to K-12 students. Clinics continue through to the end of June. @Rob_Fleming #bchealth https://t.co/T5HKkm9h8E”

Adrian Dix on Twitter: "So far under the Measles Immunization Catch Up Program, 15,796 doses of measles-containing vaccines were administered by health authorities to K-12 students. Clinics continue through to the end of June. @Rob_Fleming #bchealth https://t.co/T5HKkm9h8E"

“The increase in measles cases in #Europe is concerning but not surprising. Complacency about the disease & the spread of vaccine misinformation is contributing to dangerous gaps in vaccination coverage. Great to talk about this important topic with @GerardoFortuna, of @EurActiv”

Seth Berkley on Twitter: "The increase in measles cases in #Europe is concerning but not surprising. Complacency about the disease & the spread of vaccine misinformation is contributing to dangerous gaps in vaccination coverage. Great to talk about this important topic with @GerardoFortuna, of @EurActiv… https://t.co/2Re298LPW9"

“Do summer campers have to be vaccinated? Parents are asking b/c of the continued spread of #measles. In GA, there are 43 accredited camps that *do require proof of vaccines to register. For context: Of 527,316 school aged kids - 2% (9,728) are not vaccinated. #11Alive”

Cheryl Preheim on Twitter: "Do summer campers have to be vaccinated? Parents are asking b/c of the continued spread of #measles. In GA, there are 43 accredited camps that *do require proof of vaccines to register. For context: Of 527,316 school aged kids - 2% (9,728) are not vaccinated. #11Alive"

LONDON- Trust in vaccines - one of the world's most effective and widely-used medical products - is highest in poorer countries but weaker in wealthier ones where skepticism has allowed outbreaks of diseases such as measles to persist, a global study found on Wednesday. LONDON- Trust in vaccines - one of the world's most effective and widely-used medical products - is highest in poorer countries but weaker in wealthier ones where skepticism has allowed outbreaks of diseases such as measles to persist, a global study found on Wednesday.

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