As the United Australia Party dithers on its position on the benefits of immunisation Australian Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi says vaccination of children is a force for good.
After one of the UAP's candidates was sacked for saying that the 9/11 terrorist attacks were the work of "globalist forces", another said parents should question vaccine advice given by doctors and Clive Palmer's Party says it remains undecided on the merits of immunisation.
With a worrying trend of increasing cases of the potentially fatal measles virus on the rise around the world, medical authorities say children don't need to suffer through preventable infectious diseases and urge parents to ensure their kids are protected.
Senator Bernardi has told Tom Connell on Sky News the anti-vax movement is very vocal, especially towards the minor parties.
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