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In January 2015, a teacher in a Hidayatullah Islamic Boarding School in Sleman, Indonesia holds a child affected by measles. Indonesia FETP’s measles outbreak investigation revealed that most teachers and parents in the community did not immunize their children due to the belief that the measles vaccine is unclean and forbidden. The low rate of immunization contributed to the rapid spread of the infection. Submitted by Edy Purba - Indonesia.
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