If it didn't happen, then who was the prime minister visiting?
There's no possibility of conspiracy on the vaccine side, but the others are creating news out of context?
oh please. Forty plus kids out of 500 who recieved this vaccine vomited, complained of headaches and then collapsed to the floor with uncontrollable convulsions while saliva came out of their mouths and then became paralyzed. And in your opinion that doesn't point to the vaccine????????
From your constant stumping for the vaccine industry, I would have to say its you who isn't concerned. They are somebody's children, brothers sisters, cousins, friends......
What facts point to it not being the vaccine? Were there any cases in unvaccinated individuals? Yes, strictly speaking it could have been something else, or it could have been something related to the vaccinations that wasn't the vaccine exactly (like a problem with the syringes, or alcohol wipes, or whatever), but the information available indicates that it was something related to the vaccinations that happened that day, so dismissing the vaccine as a possible culprit seems a bit weird.
Perhaps. But logical assumptions based on incomplete data (how sure are we that no adults were affected for example?) are not exactly how science is done.
I'm sure this is being investigated seriously as a possible vaccine reaction. I suggest we wait for the results of that investigation. And keep our fingers crossed these children recover whatever the cause of their illness. :)
You really should read the article, then you wouldn't have to post quesitons like the above. It was in the first paragraph.
Well, you would think they would have used the word "people" if adults were vaccinated that day. How many more smokescreens are you going to throw up? Bottom line, 40 or more kids out of 500 vaccinated were injured by the MenAfriVac in that region of Chad.