For the second consecutive week, US health officials added dozens of new reports to the list of confirmed cases of measles per year, bringing their total number to 465, which is already the highest in recent years. Some years. This is another significant post on the path to what is likely to be a record flash since vaccines have led to the "elimination" of illness in the United States
. to 78 in the first week of April, as four more states reported their first cases in 2019. Now measles has been found in more than one third of the US states – up and down on both shores, across the plains, the Midwest, and the South – with most of the illnesses that occur in children
In 2000, officials announced that they have destroyed measles in the United States . But since then, there have been many years when the number of cases has increased, especially in 2014, when it was registered 667 – the highest annual rate since the beginning of the century. This year the disease was reported at 1.83 cases per day. In 2019, however, the rate increased to 4.84 cases per day. If this pace continues, this year may exceed 2014 until June.
According to The Washington Post, health experts are shocking with the pockets of unvaccinated children throughout the country whose populations are considered vulnerable as their parents hesitated or refused to immunize. One of the main reasons is the anti-vaccine movement, which spread misinformation around the world.
"More bad news," said Peter Hosez, an expert on infectious diseases at Bailor College of Medicine at Twitter . about new CDCs. "Absolutely unnecessary and self-inflicted wounds, and is a direct consequence of the aggressive anti-wil campaign of misinformation."
Gates and his colleagues from other Texas academic centers predicted a burst of measles and other vaccine-defected childhood illnesses in a study last year. This report identified 18 states that allowed parents to waive the requirement for immunization in schools for reasons of religion or philosophy.
Now, Hortex told The Post last week, out of 15 districts with the most non-medical vaccination exemptions, half report cortex
In a loud disassembly in Rockland County, the epicenter of the worst outbreak of New York's cortex for decades, the judge has delayed contradictory efforts local officials to ban unvaccinated children from public places.
The judge's ruling, issued on Thursday, canceled the ban, which would remain for another 20 days. When he announced a ban last month, Ed Day County Governor stated that his goal was to stop the flow of reported cases of measles, which numbered 167 from September 2018.
"We will not sit idly by while the children in our community are in danger. "On the day that passed, the parents of a private Waldorf school sued, calling the ban" arbitrary "and" capricious. " Parents claimed that district officials had exceeded their legal authority and that the ban "actually banned their movement and refused them to collect and collect in public places."
The Orthodox Jewish community was particularly badly affected elsewhere in New York, especially in Brooklyn and Queens. On Monday, the New York City Department of Health confirmed its December order for ISJ Williamsburg, instructing them to exclude unvaccinated children from school and day-care facilities.
"This outbreak is fueled by a small group of anti-dopers in these areas, Oksisris Barbot, Health Commissioner, said in a statement. "They disseminate dangerous disinformation based on fake science." League and Memorial and Museum in Auschwitz . Many state legislatures are taking measures to strengthen vaccination requirements or eliminate non-medical exceptions that have allowed parents to avoid the vaccination of their children.
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The legislator, advocating anti-vax bill proposes to bark be treated with antibiotics. (This is not possible.)