Measles cases triple in 2019, says WHO

Measles cases triple in 2019, says WHO

The WHO said measles cases worldwide rose by 300 per cent during the first three months of 2019 compared with the same period last year. So far this year, 170 countries have reported 112,163 measles cases to the WHO. At this time last year, 163 countries had reported 28,124 cases. The surge comes amid growing concerns over the impact of anti-vaccination campaigns.

Aight Bradley
Aight Bradley 1 year

Vaccinate your kids, people.

Steven Arkin
Steven Arkin 1 year

These people just want to reduce the the overpopulation problem. Would be an honorable goal ..... except for the whole part where they are murdering children .....

Experiment Eks
Experiment Eks 1 year

No thanks to the super mommies and daddies who think avoiding ALL vaccines is a good idea.

Randy Rand
Randy Rand 1 year

More fear porn to sell vaccines and dumb down the population.

dominoeffect 1 year

wow they are pushing the poison hard these days

Raymond M Hein Jr
Raymond M Hein Jr 1 year

Fear propaganda to increase sales

Thomas Watson
Thomas Watson 1 year

And people still not vaccinate because vAcCiNeS cAuSe AuTiSm

Julian 1 year

I like how no one mentions how outbreaks are commonly caused by immigrants and illegals

LeweyDewey 1 year

I'm not a doctor, but IF you contract the measles: take copious amounts of vitamin A and call me in the morning.

Nuclear Jellyfish
Nuclear Jellyfish 1 year

vaccinated people contain the virus and shed it to the unvaccinated. it's an exact science unlike the pseudoscience of herd immunity

stephanie allen
stephanie allen 1 year

maybe this unvetting of people pouring into country's might have something to do with the rise of the diseases?

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