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2017-02-04 09:27:35 UTC
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Romania: Anti-vaxxer movement results in huge measles surge in 2016
by Robert Herriman

Romania saw 15 measles cases in 2015. Since 2016, this number has
blown-up to 2,165, including 13 fatalities. This is largely due to
bogus claims from anti-vaccination campaigns in the country, according
to a La Vanguardia report (computer translated).

President of the Romanian Society of Microbiology, Alexandru Rafila
directly points the finger at the anti-vaxx movement and says,
“Incorrect information, often tendentious, not based on scientific
methods or real data should end so that they do not affect the health
of our children”.

Mercury in vaccines, vaccines introduce foreign elements and vaccines
cause asthma are some of the arguments made by the anti-vaccination

This misinformation has resulted in vaccination rates in the
measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine falling from 95% of children in
2013 to 80% in 2016, and it continues to drop.

Campaigns led by the Christian Orthodox Pro Vita Federation, author of
the 2012 book “Vaccines: Prevention or Illness” Christei Todea-Gross
and the Coalition for the Family have spread the anti-vaccination
message through a number of outlets.

The Ministry of Health has been denouncing “the irresponsible campaigns
against the vaccination of children” for months; however, there are
many parents who do not vaccinate their children for lack of confidence
towards the authorities.


Measles outbreak, 3 children have died

Posted by: Victor Lupu in HEALTH, SOCIETY & PEOPLE, TOP NEWS September
21, 2016 4 Comments

Measles epidemic in Romania has made victims, as three children have
died, the latest case was recorded in the past few days. Moreover,
according to the Ministry of Health, in the past eight months there
were 675 confirmed cases of measles, against only 7 last year,
digi24.ro informs.

“In the first eight months in Romania were recorded 675 confirmed cases
of measles in 23 counties. Two children have died. A third death
suspect of measles was recorded in last few days, but a final
confirmation is awaited. As compared to 2015, the increase is more than
alarming. Last year there were only 7 confirmed cases and no deaths
from measles,” a press release from the Ministry of Health reads.

“The Health Ministry condemns in the strongest terms the irresponsible
campaigns against vaccination of children. Their results are seen, for
example, in the increase in measles dozen times in one year. In
Romania, in the last two years, there were no major problems in the
supply of the MMR vaccine. The three deaths occurred for children
younger than 1 year, i.e. under the age of vaccination against measles.
These children died useless and meaningless. In a community with
optimum vaccination coverage, all children under 1 year are protected
by the so-called group protective effect. Put simply, the three
deceased children could have been protected by the non-appearance of
measles at older children, over the age of vaccination, if they had
been vaccinated,” the release reads.

In the affected areas, the National Institute of Public Health
recommends children vaccination at the age of 7 months, with the normal
vaccine at the age of one year.

Distribution of cases by county:

– At the border between the counties of Cluj and Bistrita Nasaud (219

– Mures County (145 cases)

– Arad County (113 cases including 2 deaths of children under 1 year)

– Timis County (71 cases including 1 death of child under 1 year)

– Suceava County (27 cases)

– Brasov County (33 cases)

– Salaj County (7 cases)

– Hunedoara County (14 cases)

– In Caras – Severin (13 cases)

– Alba County (3 cases)

Sporadic cases of measles were confirmed in unvaccinated individuals.

Apparently the measles pest holes woud have been tracked down at the
border of Bistrita and Cluj counties in Transylvania in the some Roma
migrant communities that hadn’t vaccinated their children. Over 200
childred in these two counties have been identified with measles.

“We tried to establish the outbreak route, the Roma communities have
also been abroad where other measles cases had been reported, but we
couldn’t identify the initial source,” said the deputy director of the
Public Health Direction in Bistrita Nasaud.

The social workers in the county explain that there are Roma
communities in the area and they didn’t have their children vaccinated
as they have been migrating this year, they have been in Italy.
Tra il rosso ed il nero,
vince sempre lo zero.
LoStaff .
2017-02-04 14:21:38 UTC
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Romania: Anti-vaxxer movement results in huge measles surge in 2016
by Robert Herriman
A parte le solite cazzate copincollate da siti spazzatura , ci sai dire con
parole tue perche'gli antivaccinisti sono assasini?
LO Staff - www.curenaturalicancro.com
2017-02-05 14:14:06 UTC
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Post by LoStaff .
A parte le solite cazzate copincollate da siti spazzatura

sei un geGno del male! :P