Rappler's latest stories on measles vaccine
Children will only be admitted to kindergarten or school if they have had the vaccinations. These vaccinations will also be compulsory for staff in day-care centers, educational institutions, medical facilities and refugee shelters.
The company responds to pressure in recent weeks to tackle the problem, amid outbreaks of measles
Some mothers choose to get their children vaccinated against measles even as their husbands remain wary of immunization
There are fewer measles cases recorded in January 2019 compared to the same period last year in President Duterte's home city
The Department of health will hold supplemental measles vaccination drives for children 4 years old and below in Metro Manila and parts of Mindanao from April to June
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III appeals to parents to allow their children to get the 'very safe' and 'protective' vaccine against measles offered by the government
(UPDATED) A total of 7 areas in the province are reporting cases of measles. The exact number of cases has yet to be announced.
(UPDATED) Health Undersecretary Enrique Domingo explains they declared an outbreak even with only 7 cases because measles is a vaccine-preventable disease
The President says a 95 vaccination coverage has to be achieved Health centers will administer vaccines the entire September to children under 5 years old
Parents can bring their children to health centers January 23 February 3 in Metro Manila Cavite Laguna Batangas Rizal Quezon Bulacan and Pampanga
England aims to inject a million youngsters with measles vaccine following a surge in cases of the potentially fatal disease public health authorities said