The bark spreads through Washington DC, known for having decided not to vaccinate its children, and health officials have declared a health emergency.
Texas State Representative Bill Sedler says that the revival of the bark in the United States does not bother him.
Zedler, R-Arlington, promotes legislation that will allow Texas to abandon childhood immunizations.
"They want to say that people are dying of bark. So, in third world countries, they die of bark, "said Zedler, reports Texas Observer. "Today, with antibiotics and similar materials, they do not die in America."
There is currently no treatment for measles, which is a highly contagious virus that can be fatal. Antibiotics treat bacterial infections and can not kill viruses.
Currently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention track six outbreaks of bark throughout the country, including one in Texas.
Texas State Secretary Bill Zedler supports a bill that would make schoolchildren in a state relinquish vaccine (Photo: Paul Moosey, Star-Telegram via AP )
Before the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine in America, 450 to 500 people died annually from measles. CDC reports that there has been at least one case of death from measles in the past ninety years. National and global health workers are worried that the trend towards the fight against waxes may increase this number. More: Anointed letter by Roald Dahl about the death of the daughter's cortex
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The CDC acknowledged that the number of children not vaccinated by the 24-month-old age is gradually increasing. People who decide not to vaccinate have become a global health threat in 2019, according to the World Health Organization.
Some parents have decided not to vaccinate, since vaccines with a discredited belief are autistic. The CDC said there was no reference and that there were no vaccine ingredients that could cause autism.
Alan Miller, Clark County Public Health Director, Washington, told USA TODAY if pockets of unvaccinated people in the United States are growing, death from measles. Clark County, an anti-vaxx hot spot, is currently fighting the public health emergency, since over 60 people, mostly unvaccinated children, have measles in the area.
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so contagious that 90% of unvaccinated people , who come in contact with an infected person, will get a virus. Two doses of measles vaccine are effective against the virus by 97%, reports the CDC. More: Pinterest blocks all vaccine searches to stop the spread of misinformation
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