The Vaccinated children are carriers of live viruses that they were injected with, could ‘shed’ the virus to others

Parents who are worried about infectious diseases regularly argue that anytime there is an outbreak of measles, flu or chicken pox at their kids’ school all of the non-vaccinated kids are the culprits, and therefore should be banished from school until they are inoculated.

But ironically, it’s the vaccinated kids who are actually the “carriers” or “shedders” of live viruses that they were recently injected with. So who, really, should we avoid?

Most of us know that anyone who has been injected with a live virus – even one that has been weakened or is “inactive” – can nevertheless shed that virus via saliva or mucus to anyone they come in contact with, whether or not they have been vaccinated.

Read more at:
http://www.vaccines.news/2016-05-26-attention-vaccine-fanatics-your-shedders-should-stay-home-from-school-for-2-weeks-after-every-live-virus-inoculation.html

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