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Measles Cases Drop as Vaccination Drops in Ukraine
There was a shortage of the measles vaccine in Ukraine. Vaccination rates had dropped to 31% in 2016. There were only 90 cases confirmed by a laboratory.
In 2017 the vaccines became available, and 90% of the children in Ukraine received the MMR Vaccine. Since then, there has been an explosion of cases of measles. The number has already surpassed 12,000.
2016 – 31% vaccination rate – 90 cases of measles – Vaccine Shortage
2017 – 90% vaccination rate – 1200 cases of measles
There were 20,000+ cases of measles and 35 deaths in 2017 in Europe in total. 4,782 measles cases came from Ukraine. This was after the “catch up campaign when the shortage of the measles vaccination was over and 90% were vaccinated.
We wonder why? Is there an explanation?
The World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) states that Ukraine had 54,000+ cases in 2018, with 16 deaths. They also state, “which is easily prevented with a vaccine.” But they say 90% of Ukrainian children had been vaccinated the year before.
2008 – Senior pupil Anton Tishchenko died in intensive care in a hospital in the city of Kramatorsk in Donetsk Region after he’d been given the vaccine against measles and rubella (Tresivac ZA 26-X). Later, dozens of more teenagers who’d received the same medication were rushed to the Kramatorsk hospital alone. Similar situations were reported in the cities of Donetsk, Kharkiv, and Kremenchug, amongst others. By Friday night, a total of 87 people had been admitted to the hospital with the same symptoms: high blood pressure, splitting headache, high temperature, and sore throat.
This incident in 2008 had opened the parent’s eyes, and vaccination rates dropped. The school apparently told the children the vaccination was an urgent matter, and the parents were not advised. This boy had already been vaccinated twice. The third vaccination killed him, yet the WHO refuses to associate his death with the vaccination he received hours before dying.
Ukraine reported Measles chart
Measles and Vaccination
We wanted to look at both sides of the story and open up with some basic measles information. We went to this site to research facts and current information. Vox.com said that there were four million cases a year before the vaccine became available. Let’s look into this further. Is this an exaggerated hype to fuel the fire of the vaccination industry? or is it really a fact? They state this as if it was a fact. We only saw one study that so many referenced to this number, but it was as an estimate, not a fact as they stated. There is no more information out there. We searched for quite a while and could not back up with any other factual reporting.
By the way, The World Health Organization Reports: Vox.com’s website’s sponsorship policy
The portal is sponsored by Vaccines Europe, a trade association of vaccine manufacturers.
See our chart below. This is the information obtained from The World Health Organization website says about half a million per year on average pre-vaccine. Not four million per year. But is the CDC really telling us the truth in the numbers? Read on.
Vaccinated People Still Get Sick – Vaccine Failure
We found this answer and comments from the first website we looked at. The first line is accurate. The rest is nonsense.
This is a question we come across a lot. The short answer is that no vaccine is 100% effective.
They go on to say, “Immunity is not like flicking a light switch; there is no simple on/off button. Sometimes an individual’s immune system doesn’t respond to the vaccine. Or perhaps the vaccine has lost potency because it is out of date or has not been stored correctly. In the real world, these things can happen. And mild disease can occur despite successful vaccination.”
This information from this website makes no sense. This is how they distort reality. They state: “During an outbreak, the number of vaccinated individuals who get sick will often outnumber the unvaccinated people who get sick. This, however, is not because vaccines are ineffective, but because there are so few people who avoid vaccination in the first place. Look at the numbers for a hypothetical outbreak. Vaccines Today. We can’t even repeat the nonsense.
That article makes no sense. They then skew the perspective and tell you a different story. They then translate that into percentages and try to make you believe the percentages instead of the statement they just said. This is the kind of nonsense that fuels this fire of inaccurate information and the twisting of the truth.
Measles Cases among U.S. residents 2016
• 56% unvaccinated
• 18% unknown vaccination status
• 26% vaccinated
70% of The Children were Vaccinated – Vaccine Failure
Let’s look at the science of how many people who have been vaccinated actually get the disease they have been vaccinated for. One study showed a 48% failure rate, and one study reports a 45% failure rate. In Florida, 25 out of 28 were immunized and became ill.
Vaccine failures among apparently adequately vaccinated individuals were sources of infection for at least 48 percent of the cases in the outbreak. Am J Public Health. 1987 April; 77(4): 434–438.
An outbreak of measles occurred in a high school with a documented vaccination level of 98 per cent. Nineteen (70 per cent) of the cases were students who had histories of measles vaccination at 12 months of age or older and are therefore considered vaccine failures
25 out of 28 Immunized Children get the Measles –Vaccine Failure
Within a 3-month countywide epidemic of measles in Jacksonville, Florida, 28 cases occurring among a kindergarten enrollment of 145 were carefully studied since 25 of these children had been previously immunized with a live, attenuated measles virus vaccine and immune globulin.
Yet below, you will see that the CDC reports up to 18% of those with measles were vaccinated. Quite a large difference between what the CDC tells us and what BMJ 2005; 330 DOI: (Published 10 March 2005) Cite this as BMJ 2005;330:552 tells us. We examine the possible cause.
Here is one fact: Dr. Julie Gerberding, who was the director of the CDC (who oversees vaccines) from 2002-2009, — is now the president of Merck’s vaccine division.
The most influential information we have obtained to date is this story:
Editor In Chief Of World’s Best Known Medical Journal: Half Of All The Literature Is False
Please take a look at the deception by following that link later, and let’s get back to our topic.
There have been no reported deaths from 2012 – 2015.
There were 2 reported deaths in 2012, 0 in 2013, 0 in 2014(667 cases) and 0 in 2015 per the Our World in Data chart. They do not show 2016 to 2018 numbers.
Zero Measles Cases Among the Amish Between 1970-1987
During this time two to three epidemics per year took place among the highly vaccinated population.
The Amish, a religious group living right across the United States, claim religious exemption to vaccination. Between 1970 and 1987 the Amish did not report a single case of measles. This was also the time when the well-vaccinated outside communities claimed success of vaccination by reducing measles numbers, even though regular two-three yearly epidemics continued to occur in the highly vaccinated populations.
Post-elimination era 2001 – 2014 between 8% and 18% of measle cases were in those with vaccinations.
During 2001–2008, There were a total of 557 reported measles cases and 232 (42%) were importations. 37–140 cases/year of measles were reported per year. 18% of the cases were in those who were vaccinated, and 16% unknown vaccination.
During 2009–2014, There were 1,264 measles cases were reported in the United States and 275 (22%) were importations. 10% of the cases were in those who were vaccinated and 16% unknown vaccination.
Measles incidence has remained below one case per million since 1997, except in 2014, when 667 measles cases were reported, representing a reported incidence of 2.08 cases per million.
It is interesting that The CDC does not break down the unknown vaccination numbers in those 667 cases and groups it in with the unvaccinated category. So they say, 8% were vaccinated but the unvaccinated group contains the unknown group combined for 92 %. We question why they do this? If we went by what the prior 14 years look like, 16% unknown, The numbers would read, 16% unknown vaccination, 76% unvaccinated and 8% vaccinated were infected.
Yet the CDC website reads, “a high proportion (92%) of cases among U.S. residents who were unvaccinated or who had unknown vaccination status.” We view this as, 76% unvaccinated by factoring out the unknown into its own category.
Measles in the United States 2016 according to the CDC:
Cases among U.S. residents 2016 (N=55)
• 56% unvaccinated
• 18% unknown vaccination status
• 26% vaccinated
The majority of the 159 patients with reported measles in the 2015 outbreaks were either unvaccinated (71 [45%]) or had unknown vaccination status (60 [38%]); 28 (18%) had received measles vaccine. Twenty-two patients (14%) were hospitalized, including five with pneumonia. No other complications and no deaths have been reported.
Why are so many parents opting out of the MMR Vaccination
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