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At least 11 Measles cases were confirmed this week in Pinal County Arizona

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This is all they need to start pushing their freaking vaccine!!!

 

At least 11 Measles cases were confirmed this week in Pinal County Arizona.
The outbreak was traced back to an immigrant shelter.

In the not too distant past the US would check immigrants for disease before they were allowed to enter the country.
That no longer is the case with our open borders.

 

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I was just thinking yesterday there is something strange about Pinal County, it's in the news an awful lot lately. And yep, they will use that as an excuse to make sure everyone gets a measles shot. Wait for it. 

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"Many are wondering why despite Harvard students having been vaccinated, they still suffered from the mumps outbreak.

Dr. Amesh Adalja, a highly respected infectious-disease specialist, states MMR vaccination may be sufficient to protect vaccinated individuals from low-level exposure to the virus. However, if one is exposed to high levels of the virus, vaccination may not be enough."

http://www.parentherald.com/articles/41264/20160505/find-out-why-mumps-vaccination-protect-harvard-students.htm

Translation: your vaccination will work as long as you are not exposed to the virus.

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