Happiness isn't the only contagious thing at Disneyland in California.
There's an outbreak of measles linked to the theme park, and one of California's top public health officials recommended that children under 12 months and people who've never had a measles vaccination stay away from the park while the disease event continues.
In a recent measles outbreak at the Disneyland amusement park in California, five theme park employees and 39 total patients have been reported as contracting the disease.
Seven individuals infected by the measles, who were fully vaccinated with the MMR vaccine, received the illness. Which means that even people who are fully vaccinated can carry the disease and spread it to others.
Two former Merck virologists, Stephen Krahling and Joan Wlochowski, claim they witnessed first-hand the improper testing and falsification of data that was done to hide the fact that the vaccine has significantly declined in effectiveness.
By artificially inflating the efficacy, Merck was able to hold onto its control over the mumps vaccine market and that …
“Merck has known for a decade that its mumps vaccine is “far less effective” than it tells the government, and it falsified test results and sold millions of doses of “questionable efficacy,” flooding and monopolizing the market… Chatom says in its antitrust complaint that Merck falsely claims its mumps vaccine is 95 percent effective. That claim “deterred and excluded competing manufacturers,” who would enter the risky and expensive vaccine market only if they believed they could craft a better product…
Merck is the only manufacturer licensed by the FDA to sell the mumps vaccine in United States, and if it could not show that the vaccine was 95 percent effective, it risked losing its lucrative monopoly…
That’s why Merck found it critically important to keep claiming such a high efficacy rate, the complaint states. And, Chatom claims, that’s why Merck went to great lengths, including “manipulating its test procedures and falsifying the test results,” to prop up the bogus figure, though it knew that the attenuated virus from which it created the vaccine had been altered over the years during the manufacturing process, and that the quality of the vaccine had degraded as a result.”
“Chatom claims that the falsification of test results occurred” with the knowledge, authority and approval of Merck’s senior management.”
So what could be the dangers of administering a vaccine into your body?
Adverse reactions caused by the vaccine according to the manufacturers own vaccine insert are as following:
Panniculitis; atypical measles; fever; syncope; headache; dizziness; malaise; irritability;Vasculitis; Pancreatitis; diarrhea; vomiting; parotitis; nausea; Diabetes mellitus; Thrombocytopenia (see WARNINGS,Thrombocytopenia); purpura; regional lymphadenopathy; leukocytosis; Anaphylaxis andanaphylactoid reactions have been reported as well as related phenomena suchasangioneurotic edema (including peripheral or facial edema) and bronchial spasm in individuals with or without an allergic history. Arthritis; arthralgia; myalgia; Arthralgia and/or arthritis; Pneumonia; pneumonitis (see CONTRAINDICATIONS); sore throat; cough; rhinitis.Stevens-Johnson syndrome; erythemamultiforme; urticaria; rash;measles-like rash; pruritis.
Local reactions including burning/stinging at injection site; wheal and flare; redness (erythema); swelling; induration; tenderness; vesiculation at injection site; Ear Nerve deafness; otitis media; Retinitis; optic neuritis; papillitis; retrobulbar neuritis; conjunctivitis.Urogenital System
…and the list goes on and on.
However authorities are using this opportunity to encourage vaccination. Dr. Gil Chavez, the state epidemiologist said, “it is absolutely safe for you to go to Disneyland if you’re vaccinated.”
Disneyland has requested its employees get vaccinated. All theme park employees who could have been in contact with the infected have been asked to provide vaccination records or do a blood test that shows they have built immunity to the disease.
Following the Disneyland outbreak a call to force vaccinate people by big pharma lobbyists and doctors once again made its ways into mainstream news. Denver FM talk radio show personality Popeye asked the pro-vaccine crowd “How is an un-vaccinated kid a threat to your vaccinated kid if vaccines work?”
Last year there was a large outbreak of 380 cases in an Ohio religious community that doesn't usually vaccinate, said Dr. Mark Papania, medical epidemiologist with the CDC's Division of Viral Diseases. That outbreak drove up the numbers for 2014, he said.
More than half of the 23 outbreaks in 2014 had five or less cases, he said. Other than Ohio, only two outbreaks had more than 20 cases.
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