Ohio USA Mumps Outbreaks Hit Adults – Vaccine “Herd” Immunity Failure – Safer to Get Lifetime Immunity Contracting Mumps As A Child

There is a mumps “outbreak” reported in Ohio USA spreading in adults so far across 24 counties with 423 reported cases since March 6 in adults and children from 4 months to 80 years of age, despite high vaccination uptake.  The majority of the cases are in the vaccinated: Mumps Outbreak Rises To 423 Cases In Central Ohio Friday, June 13, 2014 NBC4i By: Denise Yost. 

MMR vaccine herd immunity is failing.  Mumps in children is a mild self-limiting disease which is over in a matter of days routinely with extremely rarely any long-term consequence.  It confers lifetime immunity.  So it is much safer and far more beneficial for a child to contract natural mumps.  If the opportunity to contract natural mumps as a child is lost, for example because of vaccination campaigns, mumps in adults can be more serious leading for example to atrophy of a testicle in males with a risk of sterility.  Vaccine failure is now being reported routinely with large outbreaks of various supposedly “vaccine preventable” diseases occurring in highly vaccinated populations. 

The geographical spread of the Ohio outbreaks covers cases reported in Athens, Belmont, Clark, Cuyahoga, Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Hamilton, Licking, Madison, Morrow, Muskingum, Pickaway, Ross, and Warren counties with the Ohio Department of Health reporting additional cases, unrelated to Ohio State, in Ashland, Butler, Coshocton, Delaware, Lucas, Medina, Pickaway, Pike and Richland counties.

The theory of vaccine herd immunity predicts this kind of thing should not happen but it is happening with MMR and DTP vaccines.  So the theory appears a failure. 

An early NBC4i report records: “Health officials said they average about one case of mumps in Columbus per year.”  So how come suddenly there is an “outbreak”?  And health officials are not blaming the unvaccinated being quoted in news reports stating:

Anyone who is not immune from either previous mumps infections or from vaccination can contract the mumps virus.

And confirming in other reports the majority of cases are in the vaccinated:

… for the majority of the cases that we’ve seen the majority have been vaccinated with at least one dose of the MMR vaccine. Some have received two doses.”

CHS has previously reported the phenomenon of MMR vaccine failures: Adults To Get Routine Booster MMR As Studies Prove MMR Vaccine Is Failing

And DTP vaccine failures: Ever Continuing Worldwide Vaccine Failures – Australia Joins UK & USA In the Whooping Cough Vaccine Fail Club [Again].

With polio having been reclassified since the 1940s and 1950s in one year there were in India 47,500 cases of paralysis following polio vaccination from the clinically identical non polio acute flaccid paralysis.  NPAFP has twice the fatality rate of polio and occurs in line with numbers of polio vaccines administered: “Mysterious” polio-like illness affecting Calfornian kids

And of course to that can be added the useless flu vaccine which kills and injures children whilst government officials and the media busily cover it up: Health Officials, Press & Police – Caught Covering Up Vaccine Death of Child Aged 2 – Officials Continued Vaccinations Harming Many More Children With Dangerous Known Useless Flu Vaccine.

It is also remarkable to have so many news stories for an outbreak of mumps.  There are more than 50 from NBC4i covering the period 6th March to 13 June.  Over 50 stories in 3 months from which news of the outbreaks can be tracked.

9 OSU Students Diagnosed With Mumps
13 Confirmed Mumps Cases At OSU, Health Officials Say
16 Confirmed Cases Of Mumps At OSU, Columbus Health Department Says
Mumps Cases Linked To Ohio State Increases To 19
Mumps Cases Linked To Ohio State Increases To 23
28 Confirmed Mumps Cases Linked To OSU
32 Confirmed Mumps Cases Linked To OSU
Mumps Cases Linked To Ohio State Now At 37
Mumps Outbreak Spreads To Franklin County, Includes 63 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Increases To 69 Cases, Includes Delaware
Mumps Outbreak Increases To 82 Cases
Mumps Cases Increase To 87; 6 Suspected In Delaware
Mumps Outbreak Now Spreads To More Than 100 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Grows To 111 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Increases to 116 Cases
New Case Of Mumps Includes 2-Year-Old Boy
4 More People Diagnosed With Mumps In Central Ohio
Central Ohio Mumps Cases Grows To 150 Patients
Siblings Warned About Mumps In Advance Of OSU Sibs Weekend
Mumps Outbreak Grows To 163 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Now Includes 175 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Grows To 189 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Now Includes 199 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Rises To More Than 200 Patients
Mumps Outbreak Grows To 224 Patients
Mumps Outbreak Now Includes 230 Cases
Mumps Spreads To Columbus State; Complications Include Deafness
Mumps Outbreak Grows To 253 Cases
Central Ohio Mumps Outbreak Increases to 263 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Grows To 269 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Rises To 273 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Rises To 278 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Rises To 287 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Nears 300 Cases, Spreads to Ross County
Mumps Outbreak Now At 299 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Includes More Than 300 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Rises To 309 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Grows To 317 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Continues Steady Rise, 328 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Reaches 333 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Increases To 339 Cases
Hilliard Schools Confirm 3 Suspected Mumps Cases
Mumps Outbreak Reaches 353 Cases
Central Ohio Mumps Outbreak Includes 361 Cases
Central Ohio Mumps Outbreak Grows To 366 Cases
Mumps Outbreak Now Includes 376 Cases
Mumps Cases Rises To 396 In Central Ohio
Central Ohio Mumps Outbreak Nears 400 Cases
Mumps Cases Rises To 404 In Central Ohio
Mumps Cases Rises To 411 In Central Ohio
Mumps Outbreak Rises To 417 In Central Ohio
Mumps Outbreak Rises To 419 Cases In Central Ohio

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