Health ministry warns public against approaching stray dogs in their neighbourhood.
The WHO called on national health authorities across the region to focus efforts on ensuring all population groups have access to vaccines.
The judge sided with municipal health officials who defended the order as a rare but necessary.
Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye says these are not an organised group.
The current Ebola crisis in DR Congo is already the second deadliest on record, after the epidemic that struck West Africa in 2014-16.
The health minister says elements of exemption and a compensation mechanism also need to be considered in making vaccination compulsory.
Health minister Dzulkefly Ahmad hopes to bring this proposal to July’s Parliament sitting to prevent spread of diseases.
However, its secretary-general Harry Tan disagrees that children who are not vaccinated should be barred from attending school.
They say vaccine rejection by anti-vaccine groups is based on unfounded allegations.
Individual rights don't triumph over public good.
Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad says the government is committed to preventing any further deaths from these diseases.
He says it is a crime to falsify such forms and action will be taken against the travel agents and doctors involved if there is evidence.
Philippine justice department prosecutors found grounds to hold Sanofi officials criminally liable for 'reckless imprudence resulting in homicide'.
Unicef says there is little evidence that mandatory laws improve vaccination coverage.
Many issues, including the legal aspects, will be taken into consideration.
Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad says it is difficult to implement compulsory vaccination when anti-vaccination groups influence others.
Minister says a fatwa already exists on their continued use to protect children.
He says he has 'found other better financial instruments' to develop and improve ministry facilities.
The Medical Mythbusters Malaysia address claims that vaccines contain questionable ingredients and are part of a conspiracy to skim a profit from the people.
Malaysians are also developing heart disease at a much younger age than people in other countries including Thailand, Singapore and Canada.
The Galen Centre for Health and Social Policy says parents who refuse to vaccinate their children are putting others at risk of contracting preventable diseases.
Sharmila Sekaran says there should be court intervention if parents refuse to bring their children for regular check-ups.
The Sarawak state disaster management committee secretariat advises the public to have their dogs vaccinated against rabies.
Johor exco says there is concern that more people will support parents who refuse to have their children vaccinated.
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