140,000 people from 140 regions around the world are researching, in some areas of low confidence in vaccination, especially in the fight against epidemics, which reveal problems.
According to the BBC, Wellcome Trust research, vaccine insecurity is one of the most important problems in the fight against the diseases revealed.
In a survey of 140,000 people in 140 regions around the world, 21 percent of respondents said they did not believe the vaccine was safe or abstained. The 16% think the vaccine works.
The greatest confidence in the vaccine is up to 95% in the countries of Southeast Asia, while in Europe this rate was slightly higher than 70%.
Confidence in Eastern European countries, such as Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, has fallen to 50%.
THREATENING GLOBAL HEALTH
According to the research, a person's decision not to be vaccinated can affect the health of individuals who prefer vaccination in society.
The manager of the vaccine department at The Wellcome Trust. Charlie Weller, the safety and functionality of people vaccinations have to overcome the lack of confidence, he said.
In addition, the World Health Organization (WHO) individuals cautious approach to the vaccine is one of the ten factors that threaten global health.
It is argued that the low level of social trust in vaccination in some parts of the world causes problems in the fight against vaccine-preventable diseases.
In fact, measles has reached the end of measles in some countries, but the epidemic rate has increased by 30% in 2017 compared to 2016 due to the hesitant approach to vaccination.
It is emphasized that avoiding the vaccine is the most important factor that increases the epidemic due to misleading directions.
Come on We are really worried about the current situation because if measles has less than 95% coverage, this can cause an outbreak, and that is what we are seeing now, said Imran Khan of the Wellcome Trust.
"THE LAST STATUS IS BAD"
WHO Coordinator for the Extended Immunity Program Ann Lindstrand described the recent situation as "very bad and said vaccine insecurity means" turning back in the fight against vaccine-preventable diseases.
Vaccine insecurity has the potential to really establish serious world progress in controlling vaccine-preventable diseases, at least in some areas, Lind says. he said.
Scientific research indicates that the vaccine is the most important protective factor for many diseases that affect millions of people, especially measles. Vaccines, pox completely eradicate, polio, especially some diseases are said to lead to the point of finishing.