Germany Considers Fining Parents Over $2,700 If They Don’t Vaccinate Children


Germany may soon fine parents over $2,700 if they don’t vaccinate their children, Germany’s Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn told a regional newspaper over the weekend.

In an interview with German newspaper Bild am Sonntag, Spahn said the country may fine parents 2,500 euros ($2,790) if they cannot prove their children have been vaccinated for measles, ABC News reported on Sunday. He also said the country is considering banning unvaccinated children from daycare facilities.

Sphan’s proposal has not yet been discussed by the country’s cabinet, but it comes as measles outbreaks emerge in areas around the world where the disease had previously been eradicated.

Read more at The Hill.



  1. Fake news. Germany allows Muslim’s from 3rd world countries to invade their putrid country full of the worst kind of germs and diseases. Forced medical procedures is nothing new for Germany though. Does Dr. Josef Mengele ym”s ring a bell?

  2. That’s Germany. They know quite well that these vaccinations are a scam and their elites don’t vaccinate. Since it’s Deutschland Iber Alles, either they want to see your children dead or severely injured or they want your money.

  3. The Germans should be asked 1 question: If vaccination is so good why are vaxxers who are exposed to measles getting the measles, while those who got the actual measles are not getting the measles again?

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