Those who spread anti-vaccine messages have ‘blood on their hands’, says health secretary
The health secretary has said he would not rule out the option of compulsory vaccination, adding that campaigners against jabs for diseases such as measles had “blood on their hands”.
Matt Hancock told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “I do think we need to consider all options. Failure to vaccinate when there isn’t a good reason is wrong. Those people who campaign against vaccination are campaigning against science. The science is settled.”
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