• Whooping Cough Outbreaks Continue Nationwide Due to Failed Pertussis Vaccine

    Once blamed on unvaccinated children, few today deny the fact that fully vaccinated children are spreading whooping cough as outbreaks continue across the U.S. One of the latest outbreaks has occurred in North Carolina, where Carteret County health officials have warned parents to be on the lookout for whooping cough. Kim Davis, the Nursing Director for the Carteret County Health Department, was interviewed by WITN and readily admitted that all the cases have been in fully vaccinated children, and that the vaccine does not offer protection: "Every case that we've had, that we've seen so far, has been vaccinated. So you can't take for granted that just because your child's been vaccinated for pertussis that they don't have the capability of contracting it." The pertussis vaccine is supposed to protect against whooping cough, and even though health officials now acknowledge that the vaccine is not effective, it is still required. Stacia Strong of WITN in North Carolina reports: "Health Department officials also tell us that it is required for children to get vaccinated for pertussis..."

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  • Whooping Cough Outbreaks Continue Nationwide Due to Failed Pertussis Vaccine

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    Once blamed on unvaccinated children, few today deny the fact that fully vaccinated children are spreading whooping cough as outbreaks continue across the U.S. One of the latest outbreaks has occurred in North Carolina, where Carteret County health officials have warned parents to be on the lookout for whooping cough. Kim Davis, the Nursing Director for the Carteret County Health Department, was interviewed by WITN and readily admitted that all the cases have been in fully vaccinated children, and that the vaccine does not offer protection: "Every case that we've had, that we've seen so far, has been vaccinated. So you can't take for granted that just because your child's been vaccinated for pertussis that they don't have the capability of contracting it." The pertussis vaccine is supposed to protect against whooping cough, and even though health officials now acknowledge that the vaccine is not effective, it is still required. Stacia Strong of WITN in North Carolina reports: "Health Department officials also tell us that it is required for children to get vaccinated for pertussis..."

    If the unvaccinated children are causing it then why don't they have the illness? The vaccine itself is what causes the illness, and that is what they will not admit.