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Data from Pakistan and South Africa highlight advantages of vaccination early in life.
The rate of kindergartners not up to date on their vaccines dropped from 9.8% before the laws to 4.9% afterward.
Skepticism remains in some high-income nations, with France having the lowest trust in vaccines.
Children were 5 times more likely to have pertussis if it had been more than 3 years since their last vaccine dose.
"Measles is an incredibly contagious and dangerous disease," HHS Secretary Azar says.
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