As the US vaccination calendar for young children expands, parental resistance is growing. Because with increased vaccinations, rates of autism are also increasing, along with other diseases. The public is becoming increasingly aware about this.
As the US health authority, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reports, there has been a significant increase in the rate of parents able to provide exemptions (for religious and other reasons) from vaccination programs in the 2022/2023 school year. While it was 2.6 percent last school year, this school year the rate was already 3 percent — an increase of more than a seventh. The overall vaccination rate in kindergarten last school year was 93 percent, according to the CDC, down from the pre-pandemic level of 95 percent. Health officials are already warning that low vaccination rates could lead to outbreaks of already existing viruses like measles. However, data suggests (see our report here) that measles vaccination does not appear to be as effective or long-lasting as people claim.
However, people’s concerns about the safety of vaccination are also increasing. Also as vaccinations for children from early infancy expand, the number of autism, autoimmune diseases, allergies, etc. is also increasing. coincidence? Many people became skeptical after becoming aware of more and more dangers of corona vaccines.
A particular problem with vaccines appears to be the use of harmful adjuvants. Study results also show that over-vaccination in newborns increases the risk of death (“sudden infant death syndrome”). This information, which is becoming known to the general public mainly due to critical and independent media (both in the United States and in German-speaking countries), is increasingly contributing to a questioning attitude among parents. What are the benefits of such vaccines and why should they be administered at such a young age?
Vaccination in itself is not a bad idea, but like all medicines, it is important to analyze the pros and cons. How effective are the available vaccines really? Wouldn’t it perhaps be safer to start vaccinations later (if they work)? Shouldn’t some ingredients possibly be replaced by other (safer) reagents? Is it possibly not safe to leave longer gaps between individual vaccinations? These and other important questions need to be answered. But till then the trend of refusing the vaccine will continue to increase.
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