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The CDC announces the biggest measles outbreak nationwide in 19 years
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04-25-2019, 11:41 PM #1
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"This is the greatest number of cases reported in the United States since measles was eliminated from this country in 2000," says a CDC statement issued late Wednesday."


Measles are really not all that much to worry about. Some cultures hold measle parties as soon as one child shows symptoms in order to get all the children to either contract it or become immune to it.

OTOH, those who get measles shots often end up getting shingles later on. Shingles is extremely painful and can be fatal - much more so than the measles. Children die from the MMR vaccine, too. More than one in one hundred become Autistic, showing signs within a day or two of their shot, or exhibit Autistic Spectrum disorder.

Measles brought on by, or made worse by, 5G could be more problematic if the diseases is extended or intensified by the EMFs. We'll just need to see how this season's measles play out - do the children stay sick a long time? Do they require hospitalization? Do they suffer more complications than is typical with measles?
04-26-2019, 09:46 PM #2
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I suppose getting measles as a child is better than getting shingles as an adult.
04-26-2019, 09:59 PM #3
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We had a measles outbreak here too. It's coming back because people don't have their kids vaccinated and we're located in a vaccine resistance hotspot. During the outbreak (single digit cases) all unvaccinated kids with their families were quarantined a couple of weeks along with all unvaccinated people they had been in touch with. It didn't spread.
04-26-2019, 10:41 PM #4
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Only three provinces here in Canada have mandated that children be vaccinated or they cannot attend school.


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