And then some. Immunological dysfunction, vaccination and Gulf War illness
Think about this?
Doesn't the fact that the ship has not made a port call, will not make a port call, for 3 long months indicate non confidence in the effectiveness of the vaccine?
I would say - It sure does!
|Navy Ship Fort McHenry|
The situation on the US Navy Ship Fort McHenry should have sailors asking about the reality vs the logical fallacies/false assumptions of "Herd Immunity". Or vaccines as some mythical guarantor of disease protection?
From mid March:
Longer then 3 months quarantined already- Only acknowledged that the ship has not made port all this time due to mumps just a short time ago, after CNN inquired?
Mumps outbreak as the Fort McHenry ship stays at sea- Quarantined for months and the quarantine continues..
“A U.S. Navy warship that was deployed to the Persian Gulf has been quarantined at sea for more than two months because of a virus outbreak.
In a CNN report via mySanAntonio, 25 sailors and Marines aboard the USS Fort McHenry have been infected with Parotitis, a viral infection similar to the mumps. Sailors aboard the Whidbey Island-class docking ship starting showing symptoms for the first time in December 2018.
Viral parotitis is an infection of the saliva glands on either side of the face typically caused by the mumps.
“all of the 700 service members received booster shots for measles, mumps and rubella.”Booster shots, which means they were all previously immunized.
Booster shot defined: “In medical terms, a booster dose is an extra administration of a vaccine after an earlier (prime) dose. After initial immunization, a booster injection or booster dose is a re-exposure to the immunizing antigen.”
"None of the cases are life-threatening and all have either already made or are expected to make a full recovery,"FYI : CDC and mumps
This report has them at sea for three months
For the past three months, the crew of the dock landing ship Fort McHenry has been stuck at sea, avoiding port because of an outbreak of disease.But they don't want to call it a "quarantine" even thought that's exactly what it is!
But Navy officials bristle at the mention of a “quarantine.”
Instead, they say that “Fort McHenry’s operational schedule has been modified while the ship’s medical team monitors crew health,” according to a prepared statement by the 5th Fleet that was recirculated by the Navy’s Chief of Information Office at the Pentagon.
The release doesn’t detail how Fort McHenry’s schedule has been modified and sets no deadline for when the crew will be cleared to make a port call but indicated that “out of an abundance of caution” personnel have vaccinated all those on board with "measles, mumps and rubella booster vaccinations.”
Possibly the last round of vaccinations brought on a new round of infections?
Sputnik: March 29/19- Two weeks after the above reports
“The stricken ship has been quarantined at sea for months now as doctors work to control and understand the outbreak.”
According to Vaxopedia, mumps is one of the infectious diseases that members of the US armed forces are vaccinated against when they join a branch of service. The Navy, in an abundance of caution, also gave the more than 700 service members on board booster vaccinations for measles, mumps and rubella, the common triple-vaccine combination. The Fifth Fleet, however, noted that the mumps portion of that vaccine is the least effective, "
It was self evident the service members were 100 percent vaccinated, but I love the admission that the mumps portion of the vaccine is ‘the least effective” Therefore it is very reasonable to question the effectiveness of all vaccines. Because obviously ‘herd immunity’ is a fallacy among 100 percent vaccinated sailors.
"Your body. Your choice"
Today is April 09 and I’ll have to assume that the quarantine that began in December continues. Additionally we should all understand why this news hasn't gotten coverage in among all the vaccine hysteria going on this last little while. It's not flattering for big pharma and the vaccine industry promotion machine.
Let’s read about the influenza vaccines and the US military. This is an older story, but, still worth pointing out due to what’s ongoing present day in the Persian Gulf. CDC
This outbreak demonstrates the potential for rapid spread of influenza A throughout a confined population despite appropriate vaccination. The efficiency of human-to-human transmission is emphasized by the fact that there was no discernible difference in attack rates between various areas of the ship by the end of the outbreak. Although over 95% of the Arkansas crew were appropriately immunized with the 1995-96 influenza vaccine, at least 42% became ill with influenza; when definite and probable cases were included, the attack rate was 54%, for an estimated 46% efficacy of the 1995-96 influenza vaccine against the Wuhan strain.
"Your body. Your choice"
I had measles and chicken pox- Probably mumps but I can't recall with certainty though I know one of my siblings definitely had mumps. Which would mean I was exposed.
And here I am today. Amazing!