UNICEF has said measles worldwide surged by 300% in the three months of 2019. Its came out on the day that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed that measles cases in the U.S. are the they've been since 2000. UNICEF reported that around 169 million children have missed measles vaccinations. Up to 110,000 people ( children) died from measles in 2017, up 22 per cent from 2016. UNICEF said: "The measles will always find unvaccinated children....We need to vaccinate child, in rich and poor countries ."
The CDC blamed the anti-vaccination for a in the number of children getting vaccinated. The anti-vaxxer began in France in 1763. Doctors believed vaccines were . The anti-vaxxer message is spreading across social media. Facebook vowed to remove anti-vaxxer . The CDC blamed the anti-vaxxer movement for the in measles cases because of about the of the measles vaccine. It said: "Some organizations are targeting...communities with inaccurate and misleading about vaccines."