Study shows low trust in vaccination as debate rages on
Ljubljana, 23 April - Vaccination rates in Slovenia have dropped significantly in recent years on the back of a wave of scepticism about vaccination fuelled by scientifically unsupported claims about the effects of vaccines. A study recently done by the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) shows less than half of Slovenian mothers trust vaccines.
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