Vaccinated child still caught “Whooping Cough”

The Dan River Middle School student diagnosed with whooping cough this week is recovering at UVa Medical Center and is improving, said an epidemiologist with the Pittsylvania-Danville Health District.
Though health officials are not sure where the victim caught the bacteria, the student had been vaccinated against the condition, Verna Burnette, epidemiologist with the Health District, said Thursday. The highly contagious whooping cough, or pertussis, is spread among humans via droplets released from coughing and sneezing, Burnette said.

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Yes, you read that correctly, a child who was vaccinated for pertussus, or whooping cough, still caught it. I’m surprised the media actually printed it. Most of the time they change the story or lead you to believe it is the unvaccinated who are the disease spreaders. Here is proof vaccines do not always work, especially ones for bacterial illnesses like whooping cough, and that vaccinated children spread disease.

Parents are under the assumption that vaccines are 100% effective, which is false,  and doctors aren’t telling parents all the facts.




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