Vaccinations for measles have dropped significantly since January, according to the latest study from the CDC. Part of that is due to concerns about COVID-19, but co-author of the study and HealthPartners Dr. Malini DeSilva cautions…

“Postponing well-child checkups puts millions of children at risk for these vaccine-preventable diseases and could result in outbreaks of these diseases.”

The report also notes a steep decline in purchase orders for routine vaccines used to protect publicly insured and uninsured children, along with other groups.