Australia is now in the midst of a meningococcal outbreak causing many people to wonder if stiffer vaccination laws are the culprit. Another theory is that the outbreak is a false flag being used to lend confirmation to the increased vaccination laws.
Australia has lowered the age that a child can get the meningococcal vaccine from 12 months to two months in age. The GSK Menveo is now available for those two months and up, as approved by Therapeutic Goods administration. Health officials in Australia claim they are confused by the recent uptick in meningococcal, however, some are blaming it on what’s being termed a heavier flu season.
According to KIIS1011.com
Experts have been left baffled by the increase n meningococcal but Sydney University’s infectious disease specialist Professor Robert Booy said it’s believed the horror influenza season is contributing to the problem.
People can carry the meningococcal bacteria in their throat without being sick but the flu can cause the bacteria to invade the bloodstream and develop the disease.
Conveniently, this pushes the idea that more people need to get a flu vaccine. The Australian media is without question, amped up to fear monger the unvaccinated. But for many people, they feel that the media and government is intentionally trying to spawn fear so as to make it appear that harsher vaccine legislations are rightfully in place. It makes it seem as though medical choice shouldn’t be a choice at all.
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