The law, which was passed on Thursday, will make proof of immunization against measles mandatory for all students seeking to attend pre-school, as well as for all children over the age of 6, according to The New York Times.
Medical staff, daycare workers, teachers and workers at community facilities must also be vaccinated under the act, which is due to come into effect in March 2020, a spokesman for the Ministry of Health told CNN. In this case, non-vaccinated children who already attend kindergartens will be excluded, but this does not apply to students already attending school.
Americans who can no longer impart their teens be pleased been vaccinated for measles by August 1, 2021 will face a €2,500 (£2,139) ultimate.
German health minister, Jens Spahn, was of the opinion that the law was passed to protect children and said that he wanted the citizens to support it.
This new regulation is a response to the rising variety of measles circumstances attributable to individuals selecting to not vaccinate.
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So far this year, there are 11 confirmed cases of measles in Georgia - more cases than in the previous decade combined.
Cases of the disease have also been on the rise across Europe.
Nearly 350,000 measles cases were reported globally in 2018, according to the United Nations children's agency UNICEF - more than doubling from 2017.
"Measles is preventable and the way to end this outbreak is to ensure that all children and adults who can get vaccinated, do get vaccinated", CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield said in June.
Measles has seen a wide resurgence around the world - in both high-income countries in the Americas and Europe and lower-income nations in Asia and Africa - fueled in part by fear of and lack of access to vaccines, and complacency. "The larger hazard is the illness the vaccination prevents".