1. Young people in England urged to have MMR vaccine following mumps surge  The Guardian
  2. Mumps cases hit decade high in England  BBC News
  3. Resurgence of mumps shows how anti-vaxxers are putting everyone at risk  The Telegraph
  4. Mumps cases in England rise to highest level in a decade  The Guardian
  5. Mumps: Why adults might still need the MMR jab  BBC News
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The disease is one of three protected by the MMR jab - and the fate of the two are closely linked.The disease is one of three protected by the MMR jab - and the fate of the two are closely linked.

Mumps: Why adults might still need the MMR jab - BBC News

Health chiefs are calling on Brits to get vaccinated after England saw its highest number of mumps cases in a decade. Universities and colleges were found to be a hotbed for the viral illness, with 5,042 cases recorded in 2019 – four times the amount in 2018. Most of the sufferers were young adults who missed out on the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) jab when they wereHealth chiefs are calling on Brits to get vaccinated after England saw its highest number of mumps cases in a decade. Universities and colleges were found to be a hotbed for the viral illness, with

Mumps cases in England soar to 10-year high | London Evening Standard

In 1998, doctor Andrew Wakefield led a study that linked the MMR vaccine to autism. His work was subsequently discredited and he was struck off   In 1998, doctor Andrew Wakefield led a study that linked the MMR vaccine to autism. His work was subsequently discredited and he was struck off

Mumps warning after 5,042 cases - highest number in a decade - Wales Online

“5,042 mumps cases in 2019 vs 1066 in 2018 - and five fold increase this Jan too vs last says Government, attributing it to university areas where generation of students whose parents refused their children MMR vaccine in late 90s, now catching the disease https://t.co/hYw6tT4Szy”

Faisal Islam on Twitter: "5,042 mumps cases in 2019 vs 1066 in 2018 - and five fold increase this Jan too vs last says Government, attributing it to university areas where generation of students whose parents refused their children MMR vaccine in late 90s, now catching the disease https://t.co/hYw6tT4Szy"

“A bitter legacy of Wakefield's lies - a generation of young people denied the MMR, and now growing up vulnerable to horrible diseases like mumps. PLEASE seek advice, and VACCINATE! #VaccinesWork https://t.co/yno7PAUYIV”

Stephen McGann on Twitter: "A bitter legacy of Wakefield's lies - a generation of young people denied the MMR, and now growing up vulnerable to horrible diseases like mumps. PLEASE seek advice, and VACCINATE! #VaccinesWork https://t.co/yno7PAUYIV"

“So cases of #mumps soar to the highest number in a decade, especially among students. Shamed medic Andrew Wakefield, whose scaremongering led to parents refusing the MMR vaccine, has a lot to answer for. Great takedown of the fraud here by @AcmeDarryl: https://t.co/odIu3dDytC”

Jo Lake on Twitter: "So cases of #mumps soar to the highest number in a decade, especially among students. Shamed medic Andrew Wakefield, whose scaremongering led to parents refusing the MMR vaccine, has a lot to answer for. Great takedown of the fraud here by @AcmeDarryl: https://t.co/odIu3dDytC"

Read the latest West Country stories, More than 800 children left vulnerable to measles in the Bristol area after not receiving jab on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest West Country newsMore than 800 babies in the Bristol area have been left vulnerable to catching measles because they haven't received the MMR vaccine, according to the latest figures. Almost eight per cent of children didn't receive the jab in 2018/19 in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. Normally parents are offered the chance to have their children vaccinated within a month of their first birthday. They then have a second injection before starting school.

More than 800 children left vulnerable to measles in the Bristol area after not receiving jab | West Country - ITV News

CASES of mumps in the UK have surged to the highest levels in a decade, according to new research. Experts are warning people to ensure they have two doses of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine…

Mumps cases in UK hit 10-year record high as MMR myth blamed – The Irish Sun

There were 5,042 recorded cases of mumps in England in 2019 – four times the number in 2018.There were 5,042 recorded cases of mumps in England in 2019 – four times the number in 2018.

Mumps cases soar to highest number in a decade | Irvine Times

A school near Chesterfield has confirmed a ‘small number of pupils’ are suspected of having mumps.A school near Chesterfield has confirmed a ‘small number of pupils’ are suspected of having mumps.

Mumps outbreak at major school near Chesterfield | Derbyshire Times

An epidemic of mumps is sweeping Britain, with young people in sixth form colleges and universities driving the outbreak.An epidemic of mumps is sweeping Britain, with young people in sixth form colleges and universities driving the outbreak.

Students told to get vaccinated as mumps outbreak sweeps schools and universities 

Matt Hancock said the rise was another example of the 'long-term damage caused by anti-vax information'Matt Hancock said the rise was another example of the 'long-term damage caused by anti-vax information'

Mumps: why UK cases have soared in the wake of the 90s movement against the MMR vaccine | inews

There were 5,042 recorded cases of mumps in England in 2019 - four times the number in 2018. Many of the infected are young adults at university, where outbreaks have become common.There were 5,042 recorded cases of mumps in England in 2019 - four times the number in 2018. Many of the infected are young adults at university, where outbreaks have become common.

Mumps cases hit decade high in England: Four times more cases last year than in 2018 | Daily Mail Online

MUMPS cases have increased exponentially over the last year, with public health officials urging people to get the MMR jab to protect against the viral infection. Mumps cases may be rife but how do you know if you have it? Here are they key warning signs.MUMPS cases have increased exponentially over the last year, with public health officials urging people to get the MMR jab to protect against the viral infection. Mumps cases may be rife but how do you know if you have it? Here are they key warning signs.

Mumps symptoms: Do you know the signs? Officials urge people to get vaccine amid outbreak | Express.co.uk

The viral infection is defined by painful swelling in the side of the face under the ears, leading to a “hamster” appearance.The viral infection is defined by painful swelling in the side of the face under the ears, leading to a “hamster” appearance.

Mumps hits decade high in England

Public Health England and NHS England urge people to ensure they have 2 doses of measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine as mumps cases rise to highest levels in a decade.Public Health England and NHS England urge people to ensure they have 2 doses of measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine as mumps cases rise to highest levels in a decade.