Antireligious brought the goddesses to Israel.
In connection with the sudden outbreak of smallpox in Israel, the local Ministry of Health wants to ban school children if parents refuse to vaccinate.
The reason is that last week in Jerusalem, died of 18-month-old Goddess babies, and this is the first reported death since the illness in Israel for 15 years, writes The Times of Israel. According to doctors of the main hospital, Ksager Zedek, the baby was not vaccinated against this infectious disease.
The girl could have had a contract with her parents, both of whom diagnosed the knife, and none of them had been vaccinated.
The girl's death occurred in the background of frequent parents' failure to vaccinate children. The failure of parents from vaccinations is based on various indisputable claims about the dangers of this lifestyle.
The baby belonged to the ultra-orthogonal family of the radical sect Neturei Map of Jerusalem.
A neture chart – radical anti-Zionists who reject the services of many public services, including health, such as the National Early Childhood Vaccination Program.
This year marks the rise of goddesses among Israelis, and the largest in ultra-orthogonal communities in Jerusalem: 753 reported cases of infection.
This is attributed to the failure of radical traditionalists from the vaccination.
In second place of performance in the ultra-Orthodox community in Safed – 213 cases were registered this year. There were 89 cases in Petah Tikva and 84 in Tel Aviv.
Health Minister Moshe Bar Siman-Tov invited parents to "come and get vaccinations. This is the most important thing you can do to protect yourself from this contagious disease."
The Minister assured that officials "we do not want to talk about sanctions, but if we see the danger for the population due to non-vaccinated people, we will consider the possibility of a ban, such a child to attend school ".
He stressed that such a move was not the purpose of punishing and "protecting other children in school".
Bar Siman-Tov noted that the vast majority of ultra-orthogonal families have been vaccinated and that the pockets of the outbreak of smallpox in Jerusalem and Safed – only in a small part of the community.
According to Professor Shay Ashkenazi, the director of the Israeli Pediatric Society, the goddess "It was on the verge of extinction, but due to the decline in vaccination there was a great return. In Europe in the first half of 2018 there were more than 41,000 cases of HIV infection, and at least 37 deaths".
He urged lawmakers to oblige the vaccination for all citizens.
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