Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Italian children have been told not to turn up to school unless they can prove they have been properly vaccinated.
Parents risk being fined up to 500 (£425; $560) if they send their unvaccinated children to school. Children under six can be turned away.
The new law came amid a surge in measles cases - but Italian officials say vaccination rates have improved since it was introduced.
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