Washington measles outbreak sends vaccine demand soaring, even among the hesitant

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  • Oath / Mgmt Atinlay
    We already solved these problems once
    Feb 7 0
  • It’s just beyond stupid. Anti-vaxxers are worse than climate deniers. And immigrants...please make sure you vaccinate if you didn’t get this done back home. We have an opportunity completely eradicate these diseases. Only stupidity keeps it around.
    Feb 7 0
  • New flippy
    Anti vaxxers caused this. There never would have been an outbreak if they had vaccinated their disease ridden kids.
    Feb 7 0
  • ADP / Sales blindworke
    Enjoy your brain damage I'll take my chances with measels
    Feb 7 3
    • McAfee JohnMcPee
      Your replies in this post kinda suggest you have brain damage already.
      Feb 7
    • ADP / Sales blindworke
      Is it because the facts are backed by evidence Ive presenting And your opinion is based off of conventional knowledge from the government and media propagating you your whole life?
      Feb 7
    • New flippy
      You aren't presenting evidence, you are just fucking stupid. The problem is that your stupidity puts others at risk. Babies can't be vaccinated and by failing to vaccinate your kids because of your ignorant bullshit you have harmed others.

      Congratulations you are an idiot.
      Feb 8
  • Microsoft gfba68
    Vaccinate your children, idiots. You don't know more than doctors and public health experts with PhDs in the subject. The CDC knows more than you.
    Feb 7 0
  • McAfee JohnMcPee
    Anti vaxxers, flat earthers, climate change deniers, moon landing conspiracy theorists, etc.

    Some day, I want to get into the head of one of these and see what it’s actually like. With so much technology and knowledge at our disposal, I fail to understand how these groups exist.
    Feb 7 0
  • ADP / Sales blindworke
    Here you go sheeple this is from cdc's website side effects from vaccines. This one causes seizures. But it's absurd if anyone says it could cause brain damage or autism.
    Feb 7 6
    • New flippy
      Did you look up the effects of measles, idiot?
      Feb 8
    • Microsoft 🐱 🐱 meows
      Feb 8
    • Microsoft 🐱 🐱 meows
      Those are side effects from Vitamin A btw
      You have to point out outliers
      Feb 8
    • New flippy
      As many as one out of every 20 children with measles gets pneumonia, the most common cause of death from measles in young children.

      About one child out of every 1,000 who get measles will develop encephalitis (swelling of the brain) that can lead to convulsions and can leave the child deaf or with intellectual disability.

      For every 1,000 children who get measles, one or two will die from it.
      Feb 8
    • ADP / Other luminesce
      Here you go flippy. Vaccine's aren't the reason measles has declined in recent years
      Feb 9
    • New flippy
      Data above is current you moron. It was EVEN WORSE before and it's still horrific.

      God you guys are fucking dumb.
      Feb 9
  • ADP / Other blindworke
    I did provide evidence. Links for others to see that a whistleblower from the CDC coming out about how harmful vaccines are to children. However the only thing you have provided is your opinion. Flippy
    Feb 8 4
  • New flippy
    Amazed that people this fucking dumb managed to install an app.
    Feb 8 2
    • ADP / Other luminesce
      So surprised you're trolling again why don't you go to Twitter where the other trolls are
      Feb 9
    • New flippy
      You are a fucking idiot. That's not a troll. It's a conclusion.
      Feb 9
  • Microsoft 🐱 🐱 meows
    Never EVER listen to Jim Carrey
    Feb 8 0
  • Uber / Eng nYf6sJ
    Wait. Aren't everyone already vaccined?
    Feb 7 0
  • ADP / Other blindworke
    Everyone knows you are one of the biggest trolls here flippy. All you do is call people names without ever providing evidence of why you believe in your own argument.
    Feb 8 5
    • Microsoft 🐱 🐱 meows
      Psst you are alone on this buddy
      Feb 8
    • ADP / Other blindworke
      That's ok I'm used to being alone on this particular argument. If I can get one person to research this themselves it would be enough to save one child's life
      Feb 8
    • McAfee JohnMcPee
      Save one child. Potentially harm dozens of other people. Sound argument.
      Feb 8
    • ADP / Other blindworke
      So you're saying vaccines are completely safe? Sound argument
      Feb 8
    • ADP / Other blindworke
      See how about that is
      Feb 8
  • ADP / Other luminesce
    All you have is your opinion no facts to back it up obviously you didn't read the article fully.
    Feb 8 1
    • ADP / Other luminesce
      Here I'll cut into small pieces to make easier for you
      Feb 8
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  • ADP / Sales blindworke
    Well I think its easy if you believe everything you're are told by government entities as truth. Then nothing that Drs do is wrong CDC can't possibly be wrong. So then most will take a position of these people are officials and educated we will automatically take their word. It's easy to overlook these things if you have done zero research.
    Feb 7 1
    • New flippy
      If you don't vaccinate you are a moron
      Feb 8
  • ADP / Other blindworke
    Here is a link that works. If your genuinely concerned please look at the statics.
    Feb 8 0
  • ADP / Other blindworke
    Google CDC whistleblower Thompson
    Feb 8 0
  • ADP / Other blindworke
    Congratulations you have done zero research yourself
    Feb 8 0
  • SpaceX uevh5
    Yeah, nothing could go wrong. It's really simple guys - 99% of the population is fine eating peanuts. But there are the 0.001% where a peanut will cause a certain death. Same with vaccines. Google CDC Vaccines Court cases for more info.
    Feb 7 0
  • ADP / Sales blindworke
    Haha exactly what you afraid those vaccines won't work
    Feb 7 0