37 of 52 children vaccinated are sick and two are dead.
Any time we hear of children getting sick from a disease in which someone along the transmission chain was not vaccinated, we are treated to a flurry of invective about “science-deniers” who endanger everyone because they don’t vaccinate their children.
The fact that these vaccinations themselves might be responsible for the contagion in the first place is ignored.
But how often does getting sick from one of these diseases that allegedly pass through an unvaccinated child actually produce a fatality? I haven’t heard of one in many years.
Yet vaccines have produced fatalities. In fact, an entire group of people were sickened and two died in Mexico recently.
According to Fox News Latino: “2 Babies die, 37 others sickened by vaccines in southern Mexico.”
Two babies from rural communities died and 37 others were hospitalized in the southern state of Chiapas after having an allergic reaction to vaccinations administered by Mexican Social Security Institute, or IMSS, personnel, state officials said.
“The Chiapas Health Secretariat is treating 37 children in the town of La Pimienta, outside the city of Simojovel, after they experienced allergic reactions to a vaccine supposedly administered by IMSS health personnel,” state health officials said.
A total of “14 children are in serious condition, 22 are stable and one is in critical condition,” the Chiapas Health Secretariat said in a statement.
“Two children age 1 died,” the secretariat said.
That sounds like a significant number. Why would they all be clustered around a single area?
If you read to the end of the article you learn some more numbers:
A total of 52 children received the BCG (tuberculosis), rotavirus and hepatitis B vaccines at the hospital in Simojovel as part of the National Vaccination Program, the IMSS said.
Both the Chiapas Health Secretariat and the IMSS are conducting investigations to identify the cause of the allergic reactions that the babies experienced.
The National Human Rights Commission, or CNDH, also said in a statement released Saturday that it was opening an investigation to determine what caused the babies’ deaths.
“Until the investigations are completed, administration of these vaccines has been suspended at the national level as a preventative measure,” the IMSS said. EFE.
So… out of 52 young children in a single hospital, 39 had a serious adverse reaction—including two who died!
Presumably, everyone gets the same vaccines, right? Why would a hospital in southern Mexico get a special batch? But somehow they must have.
Yet we are assured that anyone who doesn’t want to stick a needle in his or her child’s arm on orders of the government must be anti-science.