Anti-vaxxers identified by area-SEE


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These uninformed, mentally challenged people are spread all over the U.S., unfortunately, but NBC has nailed down the most prolific geography. Nassau-Suffolk is the highest concentration with 14.2% with at least one parental vaccination refusal. The national refusal rate is 3.3 percent. Bloomington, IL. is the lowest with 5.3%. In between are Texas, Colorado, Michigan, New Jersey, more New York, Washington state, Arizona and Oregon.

It would be horrendous if a regional epidemic of measles, mumps and chickenpox broke out in the northeast with the density of its population. As an example, there are 26,403 people per square mile in New York City compared to 3,165 people per square mile in Phoenix. AZ. In New York, they are continuously bumping into each other spreading germs, which would also apply to New Jersey and up and down the East coast.

The CDC reports that more than 310 cases of measles have been reported in the U.S. so far this year, compared with 372 for all of 2018. If you crunch the numbers, based on the results so far, we could have 1,240 total. Crude but possible when you consider the stupidity of these parents that refuse to immunize their children. The most terrifying part of this whole scenario is, the science community had virtually wiped out all these diseases.

Until a gang of idiots saw fit to reintroduce them to the world. Pathetic!These uninformed, mentally challenged people are spread all over the U.S., unfortunately, but NBC has nailed down the most prolific geography. Nassau-Suffolk is the highest concentration with 14.2% with at least one parental vaccination refusal. The national refusal rate is 3.3 percent. Bloomington, IL. is the lowest with 5.3%. In between are Texas, Colorado, Michigan, New Jersey, more New York, Washington state, Arizona and Oregon.

It would be horrendous if a regional epidemic of measles, mumps and chickenpox broke out in the northeast with the density of its population. As an example, there are 26,403 people per square mile in New York City compared to 3,165 people per square mile in Phoenix. AZ. In New York, they are continuously bumping into each other spreading germs, which would also apply to New Jersey and up and down the East coast.

The CDC reports that more than 310 cases of measles have been reported in the U.S. so far this year, compared with 372 for all of 2018. If you crunch the numbers, based on the results so far, we could have 1,240 total. Crude but possible when you consider the stupidity of these parents that refuse to immunize their children. The most terrifying part of this whole scenario is, the science community had virtually wiped out all these diseases.

Until a gang of idiots saw fit to reintroduce them to the world. Pathetic!

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