06/04/2020 / By Ethan Huff
The state of Michigan has seen a dramatic decline in childhood vaccination rates ever since the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) made its appearance. And yet childhood illness is not necessarily increasing as a result.
Less than half of infants five months and younger in Michigan are currently up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Children under the age of two are also “behind” on their vaccinations, though to a lesser degree.
While the CDC study looked specifically at vaccination rates in Michigan, experts estimate that similar trends are occurring all across the nation. Many parents are fearful of potentially exposing their children to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), while others are skeptical about the safety and effectiveness of childhood vaccines.
Michigan’s extreme stay-at-home orders are also keeping parents from vaccinating their children, as Governor Gretchen Whitmer does not want Michiganders leaving their homes for almost any reason, including to go to the doctor for “non-essential” treatments.
Every age category in which children usually get vaccinated is seeing a downward trend in vaccination rates, the CDC says. Compared to previous years, the number of non-influenza vaccine doses given to children two years of age and younger plummeted by more than 15 percent between January and April of this year.
“The observed declines in vaccination coverage might leave young children and communities vulnerable to vaccine preventable diseases such as measles,” CDC scientists claim, using fear to try to reverse this trend. “If measles vaccination coverage of 90%-95% … is not achieved, measles outbreaks can occur.”
The CDC is lying with this statement, of course, as the government’s own Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) fully discloses that more people die from measles vaccines than from measles infection. But in order to keep the illusion going, the CDC has to pretend as though children not getting vaccinated amid the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis is putting even more of them at risk.
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The situation is even worse – or better, depending on your perspective – in Washington state. New data put out by the State Department of Health shows vaccination rates throughout the state have dropped close to half, thanks to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
In March, 30 percent fewer children were vaccinated compared to previous years, the data shows. And in April, that figure reached 40 percent fewer children. By the time May data is compiled, that number could easily reach a full 50 percent fewer children being vaccinated.
This is obviously triggering the vaccine deep state, which probably did not anticipate that ramping up the lockdowns and other draconian measures in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) would inadvertently keep parents from vaccinating their children.
Another perhaps unintended consequence of all the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) hysteria is that some 25 different countries around the world have ended their measles vaccination campaigns entirely, at least temporarily. Most countries with polio vaccination programs have likewise suspended operations.
It would seem as though the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has inadvertently hammered yet another nail in the coffin of mass vaccination. While many parents might simply be trying to protect their children from the novel virus by delaying the schedule, in time a sizable percentage of them could come to the conclusion that childhood vaccination is not even necessary in the first place.
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