A surge in measles cases in Queensland is triggering some parents to consider vaccinating their babies earlier, or keeping them home until they’re immunised.
Health authorities admit the State is experiencing it’s worst outbreak in more than 20 years, but say it doesn’t warrant getting the injection before the recommended age.
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