UNICEF said measles worldwide surged by 300% this . In , the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said measles cases in the U.S. are the since 2000. UNICEF said around 169 million children have missed measles . Measles killed 110,000 people ( children) in 2017, up 22 per cent from 2016. UNICEF said: "The measles will always find children....We need to vaccinate child."
The CDC blamed the anti-vaccination movement for the in measles cases. The anti-vaxxer began in 1763. Doctors believed vaccines were . The anti-vaxxer is spreading across media. Facebook vowed to remove anti-vaxxer . The CDC said the anti-vaxxer movement spread about the of the measles . It said anti-vaxxers "are targeting...communities".