French plan for mandatory 11-vaccine shot meets with public mistrust

The French parliament will later this year debate a health ministry proposal to make compulsory the vaccination of young children against 11 different ingectious diseases, only three of which are currently mandatory, but the move divides public opinion of which, opinion surveys show, a large minority consider vaccines unsafe.

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France, the birthplace of vaccine pioneer Louis Pasteur, has a major problem with vaccines, reports The Verge.