Mother: 'I didn't know anything about MMR'

0:00
3:08
Embed Code
options

One million schoolchildren in England are to be targeted by a measles vaccination plan aimed at curbing the growing threat of outbreaks.
Health officials warn epidemics similar to the one in Swansea, which has seen nearly 900 cases, could occur anywhere.
There are fears that a generation of children have low levels of protection after the MMR scare a decade ago.
The catch-up campaign, run through GPs, schools and community groups, will focus on children aged 10 to 16.
The BBC's Nick Garnett reports from Greater Manchester where he heard from mothers Kim, Rebecca and Joanne outside a primary school in Tameside.
12 months ago