Hundreds quarantined amid measles fears at two LA universities

Hundreds quarantined amid measles fears at two LA universities

Hundreds of students and staff at two Los Angeles universities have been impacted by quarantine orders due to possible measles exposure. The University of California and California State University quarantines affect people who either have not been vaccinated or can’t verify that they have immunity.

Scrublife 1 year

goddamn it people. Vaccinate your fucking kids. This shit was supposed to be over with, but you mongs just have to be contrarian.

okawo 1 year

well that's what you get for not vaccinating

Blake Hobba
Blake Hobba 1 year

A lot of drama for a disease with a mortality rate of 0.1% to 0.00017%. It's like the swine flu BS all over again, expect measles is even more harmless. (

Ben B.
Ben B. 1 year

Why are they treating this shit like the black plague or something? Measles barely kills anyone that it infects, it's harmless to the point that people used to get their kids together, solely so that they'll get measles. It's actually better to get it at a young age, it makes you far less likely to get Shingles later in life, which is much worse than ordinary measles. There was a Brady Bunch episode about the measles that has been pulled, because it showed how harmless it is, and the CDC wants to stoke unnecessary fear so that people will sign off on mandatory vaccination, which is a giant power grab, and plays into the hands of big pharma. Please think about how much control you're willing to let these pharmaceutical companies have, we're living in a very important point in history right now. First it's mandatory vaccines, then it's mandatory medication, and I'm calling it now, the last step is to get people chipped. Don't fall for it.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 year

Did they put a wall to keep them safe? Are the Berkeley Antifa all behind a wall with the measles say it ain't true.

KingOfBeds 1 year

do vaccines cause some negative side effects in some individuals? Yes. do vaccines protect the vast majority of the populace to ensure that an outbreak does not occur? Yes. the fact that vaccines affect so few individuals should not take away from its benefits. this is why individuals need to seek medical attention when this occurs. doctors even state that if any negative side effects occur after receiving a vaccine that you contact a doctor immediately so that they can assess the situation. simply stating that you or your child had negative side effects or were hurt by vaccines is troublesome, there should be no argument against the fact that it is very upsetting that you or your child cannot receive a certain vaccine because of its contents and the adverse effect on your body. but that should not mean that you should denounce vaccines and its benefits to the populace - that is irresponsible.

liberty Ann
liberty Ann 1 year

Crazy people who refuse to vaccinate their kids can take the blame for restarting a national epidemic.

Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 1 year

I really hope people realize this is not an issue of who is and is not receiving vaccines. 100% of these outbreaks were traced to traveling abroad and bringing the infection back from elsewhere. Vaccines, even in a 100% vaccinated population, DO NOT come close to protecting against the illness. At minimum 3/100 will become infected and the actual percentage when other medical factors are calculated bring that number over 5/100 as according to the CDC vaccines do not work in the children of naturally immune mothers and immunity fades with time exposing many more to infection. This type of disingenuous reporting can only be attributed to fear-mongering as it flies in the face of factual scientific data and any professional trained in this area would instantly know this is nothing more than propaganda.

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