By David G. McAfee
A judge in New York has ruled against anti-vaxxer parents who want to send their unvaccinated kids to school during a measles outbreak.
More than 40 unvaccinated students were banned from the private Green Meadow Waldorf School in Rockland County, where local residents are currently experiencing a measles outbreak. Several parents attempted to overturn the ban in court, but the judge ruled with the county health commissioner (and with public safety).
The students were banned because of the high risk of contracting and spreading the measles at the school, where there is only a 70% vaccination rate due to religious objections.
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