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Chapman Students will be getting the Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccines in an effort to stop the spread
Blue cross Blue Shield. The number of parents is refusing to be vaccinated, according to 2018 data from Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Doctors say vaccines are the best way to protect against dangerous deadly diseases like measles and tetanus.
Some parents cite religious reasons or inaccurate safety concerns that claim vaccines cause autism to refuse vaccinating their children. Public health officials are increasingly anti-vaxxers, "special amid."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified six measures outbreaks in the country right now, with two in New York state. More than 310 cases have been reported in the U.S. so far this year, compared with 372 for all of 2018, the CDC said.
Here are the top 10 metro areas where parents refuse to vaccinate their children: