The Greens in the Bundestag distance to demands from the SPD, the vaccination of children against measles for duty.

Instead of coercion and sanctions, the need to strengthen the trust in good advice and to the prevailing uncertainty to respond, said the Green-health expert, Kordula Schulz-ash, the Newspapers of the editorial network Germany (RND/installation). “We need to have an appreciation of the Public health service, and better staffing.”

Schulz-ash emphasized at the same time, Vaccination is an act of social solidarity. “The more people are vaccinated, the greater the protection for the population, especially for those who can’t be vaccinated for health reasons.”

of The SPD parliamentary group Vice-health expert Karl Lauterbach told the RND, he had a vaccination with a Minister of health, Jens Spahn (CDU) in an interview and is “confident that we can soon submit a proposal”. A spokesman for the health Ministry told the German press Agency, was concerned about the rising number of measles infections in Germany, to many people “take lightly”. “A debate on possible measures is welcome,” he said.

given a clustering of cases of disease in several regions of the German society for child and adolescent medicine recently demanded a compulsory vaccination. Measles are extremely contagious and potentially deadly. As a result of a measles disease, it could come years later to an inflammation of the brain, for which there is no treatment and affected patients have lost their lives would be.