Listen: Polio And Europe discussed on Food for Thought
"Seeing mass mass outbreaks of diseases like measles which were once virtually eradicated for example in two thousand and sixteen we had about five thousand cases of measles across Europe in two thousand eighteen. We had eighty two thousand five hundred seventy six over fifteen fold increase. Now there's different reasons for that. One of the major reasons is complacency. People have become inured to the things that vaccines prevent. We no longer think about people twisted by polio or people dying of smallpox or even people afflicted by measles that is low left our cultural consciousness and so we go we'll disease like measles they can't be that big a deal why do I need to get vaccinated but it is a big deal. For example a single case of measles infection has an aura of twelve to eighteen which means that everyone case leads needs to twelve to eighteen. Secondary cases terrify. Really the other thing. That is a major. Modern"