The most recent batch of data released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that, between September 2018 and August 2019, health authorities identified nearly 1,000 cases of mumps at 57 different Customs and Border Protection (CBP) detention facilities in 19 different states – and this is just one of many infectious diseases that these border-rushers are reportedly carrying.
While the CDC insists that the best way to combat mumps is to administer the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella to everyone, this controversial vaccine is not being offered to detainees, according to reports. This means that even as schoolchildren in places like California are being forced to receive the MMR jab in order to attend classes, illegal invaders are entering our country unvaccinated and spreading disease via migrant holding facilities.
"In general, due to the short-term nature of CBP holding and the complexities of operating vaccination programs, neither CBP nor its medical contractors administer vaccinations to those in our custody," a spokeswoman from CBP is quoted as saying.
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Speaking to the media recently, Dr. Todd Ellerin, Director of Infectious Diseases and Vice Chair of Medicine at Southshore Health in Massachusetts, told it like it is. He warned that migrant detention centers are "a perfect storm for mumps to spread" – which makes them far more high-risk than public school classrooms where some unvaccinated children might be present.
"Individuals have to be within 3-6 feet of each other to spread this virus," Dr. Ellerin explained. "Sneezing, coughing on someone, or sharing a drink can spread the virus."
Based on the data released by the CDC, migrant detainees have a roughly 4,000-fold greater risk of contracting mumps than non-detainees – which makes illegal alien invaders, and not unvaccinated individuals, the highest risk group of people when it comes to contracting and spreading infectious disease.
MMR vaccines aren't the only jabs not administered to detainees, by the way. According to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), no vaccines are given to migrant invaders except those that are deemed "medically necessary."
"Flu and other common vaccinations are offered by request only and are not routinely mandated unless deemed medically necessary, in that doing so would prevent a wider outbreak," an ICE spokesperson said in a statement.
Dr. Ellerin, however, believes that vaccines should be forcibly administered to detainees which, while Natural News is opposed to any and all forms of mandatory vaccination, would at least be consistent with the unconstitutional requirements now being forced on American citizens in many areas of the country.
"From a public health perspective, I feel strongly that the benefits of vaccinating detainees against the flu and mumps outweighs the risks," Dr. Ellerin told the media. "It is important that the staff receive maximal vaccination to avoid spreading the virus to their families, children, and communities."
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