Antivaccine groups warned
The Jakarta Post
People’s reluctance to get their newborns vaccinated has been blamed as one of the main causes of the recent diphtheria outbreaks in 30 provinces across Indonesia.
Some communities question whether the vaccine is halal, while others reject the vaccination due to prevailing doubts about the effectiveness of vaccination as campaigned by antivaccine groups in the country.
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