On May 23, 2016, Lachlan Forsyth, a reporter for TV3 news, emailed through the Contact Form on the No Forced Vaccines website asking whether No Forced Vaccines could provide a statement or whether a spokesperson would like to be interviewed for a news item on the recent measles cases.
No Forced Vaccines spokeswoman emailed back indicating her willingness to be interviewed and/or to provide a written statement.
On May 24 Mr. Forsyth asked No Forced Vaccines to provide a written statement in response to a claim made by the Ministry of Health that the recent measles cases “shows the importance of widespread vaccination, and that the virus is currently able to spread due to pockets of the population where vaccination rates are lower.”
You can read the full statement by downloading at the link below:
No Forced Vaccines statement regarding measles cases May 24, 2016
Measles, MMR and Legal Information Update
Website editor’s note: The following information bulletin is designed to help families and school staff affected by the recent cases of measles in schools in the Waikato and Horowhenua given the school closures and concern about the measles cases.
It may also be of interest to other people who are living in an area (such as Northland) where there are currently reported measles cases and would like more information about measles and MMR vaccination.
This information primarily is designed to help the following groups of people:
- People who may have been exposed to measles and are looking for information about measles and measles treatments.
- People who are considering MMR vaccination and would like information about the vaccine.
- People who want information about the legal basis for the exclusion of some unvaccinated people from schools while they are considered to be infectious.
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