Insight for Sunday 15 January 2012
Amid warnings to holiday makers to ensure they're vaccinated against measles before they take off on their summer trip, Insight looks at why New Zealand immunisation rates are low by OECD standards.
There have been more than 400 cases of measles nationwide this year - the highest number since 1997.
The vaccination levels in this country for measles fall below those required for the global eradication of disease.
In this programme, first broadcast last year, Philippa Tolley looked at why some parents don't immunise and some of the recommended solutions as the government prepared to report back on the findings of the Health Select Committee.