Ukraine is the most affected country, with over 53,000 crusher cases. There is Serbia (5.076), Israel (2.919), France (2.913), Italy (2.517), Russia (2.256), Georgia (2.203) and Greece (2.193) and follow. The number of accidents in Europe reaches a higher level of the decade. Last year, 72 people (adults and children) died from the disease in Europe, saying WHO.
This is said when there are so many children who have not been vaccinated against their & # 39; measles, according to the body of the world. But progress has been unevenly spread across countries, leaving large groups without protection. WHO wants European countries to make their efforts better in the fight against their measles.
"The 2018 position clearly indicates that the current speed is not enough to stop the spread of their" "needle," warning the Divisional Director of WHO Zsuzsanna Jakab.