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Simon Harris seeks advice from Attorney General on making child vaccination compulsory




There’s been uproar on social media today after it emerged that the Minister for Health Simon Harris has sought advice from the Attorney General about introducing legislation to make vaccination mandatory for all children in Ireland.

The move comes after a bizarrely huge increase of measles cases across the country over the last 12 months .

Across the world, politicians pushing vaccinations are claiming that anti-vaccination campaigners have been partly blamed for the rising epidemic of infectious diseases such as measles worldwide.

However just as many, if not more are citing examples of what they say are many people horrifically injured from such vaccinations.

One vocal Irish anti-vax campaigner and musician Jim Corr. He has campaigned against vaccinations, in particular the very controversial HPV vaccine – or human papilloma virus – vaccine, marketed as Gardasil which saw 650 girls needing medical treatment after receiving the vaccine.

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