Proposal to combat anti-vaccination trend criticised
Ljubljana, 13 February - Debates about the negative effects of vaccination, though disproved by science, have resulted in a slow but steady decline of the immunisation rate in Slovenia. To counter the trend, the Health Ministry has proposed that illnesses stemming from non-vaccination would not be covered by health insurance. The proposal has been met with criticism.
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