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Measles 'must be tackled with jab' to prevent another outbreak

There is a warning that up to 30,000 children in Wales still need urgent protection against measles, despite the epidemic in the Swansea area being brought under control.

The Welsh assembly's health committee said there could be "no room for complacency between outbreaks".

David Rees AM, the chair of the Health and Social Care Committee, told Nellie Bird how important it is that children are immunised.

30,000 children 'need measles jab'

  • 16 Aug 2013