So I know there was a child or two at my son's preschool (they wouldnt give me more info) Friday that had Chicken Pox. Man, I hope that my son gets it but its unlikely!!
I read a news article about the measles "outbreak." It talked about how there were 5 confirmed cases, and that the students had been sent home for a fews days, and they were all well and back in school.It went on to say that "this is a classic example of what can haapen when people don't immunize." I though to myself, "What? That 5 teenagers get mildly ill and then return to school? Scary stuff..."
Even further, with this measles "outbreak". There have been 3 different outbreaks that I know of effecting even several adults. How did these people get the measles? Don't the immunizations work? Isn't that the whole point of immunization?
The other option is that they simply were not immunized, which is their own choice to make.