Measles Cases Hit Record High Since Being Declared Eliminated In 2000

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Measles cases in the United States have surpassed the highest number on record since the disease was declared eliminated nationwide in 2000.

As of Monday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 626 individual cases of measles confirmed in 22 states. This includes illnesses reported by state health departments to the CDC through April 19 and therefore does not include cases reported since then.

Previously, the highest number of reported cases since elimination was 667 in 2014.

Read more at KMBC.

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  1. GOOD NEWS! People are b”H finally waking up and seeing the fraud of the vaccination as well as its fatal risks and lost their trust in the CDC, the corrupt agent for Big Pharma.

  2. Measles is reappearing across the nation due to poor hygiene (illegal aliens from the South) and from recently vaccinated people. After the MMR, the vaccine has a 21 incubation period in which a person who has direct contact could contract disease even thought the person vaccinated does not show symptoms. In Madagascar, Indonesia, and the Philippines where there is poverty and lack of proper hygiene, Measles is rampant. For prevention, people who don’t have natural immunity or were vaccinated (after 10 to 15 years the mmr loses its effectiveness) to eat fruits and vegetables or take supplements that contain vitamin A and C.

    “Vitamin A deficiency is a recognised risk factor for severe measles. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends administration of an oral dose of 200,000 IU (or 100,000 IU in infants) of vitamin A per day for two days to children with measles in areas where vitamin A deficiency may be present.”

    vitamin c treatment of measles and other viral infections: https://riordanclinic.org/2014/02/high-dose-intravenous-vitamin-c-as-a-successful-treatment-of-viral-infections/

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