Five parents and their children, proceeding anonymously, have taken the first steps in challenging New York City’s response to a measles outbreak in a number of Brooklyn neighborhoods that are home to large Orthodox Jewish communities.

In a suit filed Monday in Kings County Supreme Court, the parents claim the city has taken drastic, unnecessary steps over its concerns about the spread of the preventable disease while failing to account for the alleged harm vaccinations can cause.

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