The Alabama Department of Public Health has notified the public at large that it is currently investigating a whooping cough, or pertussis, outbreak near the Georgia and Alabama state line. They have found six cases of confirmed pertussis so far.
They have also noted that vaccinated children are among the confirmed cases.
According to waaytv.com:
“Our concern is that children who have been vaccinated have contracted the disease,” said ADPH Assistant State Health Officer Dr. Karen Landers, “We also want to make sure that we take all the necessary steps to follow up fully with those who have been exposed and educate those who may have come in contact with a person currently ill with the disease.”
The Alabama Department of Public Health is urging more parents to vaccinate their children with the pertussis vaccine. Because, kids who are vaccinated are either spreading it, or the protection is failing at mythical proportions?
In the past, when the vaccinated have spread pertussis, health officials have pushed the concept of “boosters.” There is always a way to profit from failure when it comes to pharmaceutical companies.
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