Mother of the first baby with measles in Alabama blames 'the carelessness of other parents'  Daily Mail

Audrey Peine's five-month-old daughter Emma, of St. Clair County, Alabama, tested positive for the virus after she was taken to her GP with a runny nose, fever ...

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Audrey Peine's five-month-old daughter Emma, of St. Clair County, Alabama, tested positive for the virus after she was taken to her GP with a runny nose, fever and rash.Audrey Peine's five-month-old daughter Emma, of St. Clair County, Alabama, tested positive for the virus after she was taken to her GP with a runny nose, fever and rash.

Mother of the first baby with measles in Alabama blames 'the carelessness of other parents' | Daily Mail Online

Alabama mum Audrey Peine took to Facebook to criticise parents for not giving their children the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine Alabama mum Audrey Peine took to Facebook to criticise parents for not giving their children the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine

Mum of baby who has measles blames 'carelessness of other parents' in searing rant - Mirror Online

The United States is in the midst of its largest measles outbreak in 25 years, with the disease mainly hitting people who have failed to receive the recommended two doses of the live measles vaccine.The United States is in the midst of its largest measles outbreak in 25 years, w...

Amid U.S. measles outbreak, who needs an additional dose of the vaccine? - Reuters

A mother in the UK shared a series of photos on Facebook detailing her baby’s painful, life-threatening battle with the measles. The infant contracted the measles before she was old enough to get vaccinated. In order to protect vulnerable populations like infants, about 95 percent of the population needs to be vaccinated.A mother in the UK shared a series of photos on Facebook detailing her baby’s painful, life-threatening battle with the measles. The infant contracted the measles before she was old enough to get vaccinated. In order to protect vulnerable populations like infants, about 95 percent of the population needs to be vaccinated.

Mom Posts Photo of Infant Battling Measles to Encourage Vaccination

There are at least 555 confirmed cases in 20 states, according to the CDCThere are at least 555 confirmed cases in 20 states, according to the CDC

“Take this measles outbreak seriously. Measles is a potentially fatal disease and there's only one way to stop it from spreading: get vaccinated. Head to https://t.co/C3Bbw9crzR to find out how to protect your family. https://t.co/EVAxZvh5hN”

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Twitter: "Take this measles outbreak seriously. Measles is a potentially fatal disease and there's only one way to stop it from spreading: get vaccinated. Head to https://t.co/C3Bbw9crzR to find out how to protect your family. https://t.co/EVAxZvh5hN"

“Medical Society and health groups, along with stage lawmakers, calling for an end to the religious exemption for vaccinations amid measles outbreak”

Nick Reisman on Twitter: "Medical Society and health groups, along with stage lawmakers, calling for an end to the religious exemption for vaccinations amid measles outbreak… https://t.co/4hS8Zi6IID"

“IMPORTANT >>> How stricter vaccine laws spared California from a major measles outbreak https://t.co/QxHHeyyCls”

Shelby Grad on Twitter: "IMPORTANT >>> How stricter vaccine laws spared California from a major measles outbreak https://t.co/QxHHeyyCls"

“We’re hearing from @AlexBillioux at Baton Rouge press club today. He tells us the 9/10 people exposed to measles who aren’t vaccinated will become sick. Stay tuned for more on vaccines, the measles outbreak, & what Louisiana is doing about it”

Andrea Gallo on Twitter: "We’re hearing from @AlexBillioux at Baton Rouge press club today. He tells us the 9/10 people exposed to measles who aren’t vaccinated will become sick. Stay tuned for more on vaccines, the measles outbreak, & what Louisiana is doing about it… https://t.co/qQXq6CB3rn"

Central New York families will begin to prepare for summer vacation as many will travel in and out of the country. Health officials throughout the United States have been issuing a warning to parents about the measles outbreak. Nicole Makai who is a parent said these measles outbreaks are scary. “I mean a lot of it I think definitely could be stopped, that’s the whole point of having vaccinations, why we've had these outbreaks because people don’t get vaccinated,” Makai said.Central New York families will begin to prepare for summer vacation as many will travel in and out of the country. Health officials throughout the United States have been issuing a warning to parents about the measles outbreak. Nicole Makai who is a parent said these measles outbreaks are scary. “I mean a lot of it I think definitely could be stopped, that’s the whole point of having vaccinations, why we've had these outbreaks because people don’t get vaccinated,” Makai said.

Measles outbreak sparks concern for families getting ready to go on vacation | WSTM

With measles outbreaks surging across the nation and quarantines popping up in California, a North County woman is worried the government is not doing enough to prevent the spread of the disease.With measles outbreaks surging across the nation and quarantines popping up in California, a North County woman is worried the government is not doing enough to prevent the spread of the disease.

North County Woman Feels Unsafe With Measles Vaccine Guidelines - NBC 7 San Diego