Express the facts about vaccines, not the myths (Commentary)

Express the facts about vaccines, not the myths (Commentary)

Hans Rosling was a brilliant statistician, medical doctor and communicator, who truly understood the value of immunization.

One of the greatest myth-busters working in public health, he once asked an audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos: "What percentage of children today are vaccinated against measles: 30%, 50% or 85%?". Some of the smartest people in the world mostly got it wrong, with just one in five correctly saying 85%.

Link to the full comentary below:

Topic:
Myths
Source:
WHO
Language:
English
Date of issue:
26 April, 2017