Recent Study Shows ‘More Than Half’ Of Measles Outbreak Cases Had Been Vaccinated

According to the Irish independent this week, the Health Service Executive in Ireland is warning of a measles outbreak whereby the blame is laid on visits to Europe by children.

They claim that 1 in 5 cases, that they ‘had visited Europe or been in contact with someone who had travelled here from the continent in the weeks before they fell ill.

They go on to state that apparently 42 cases were reported in Ireland this year. Of these, 8 were too young for ‘vaccination’ with ‘almost half’ of the remainder of cases, ‘almost’ half of 34, in children who were ‘unvaccinated’ with the MMR ‘vaccine’.