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Author Topic: Der notorische Hetzer und Lügner Lotus Oak ist eine Gefahr für die Allgemeinheit  (Read 50 times)

Ayumi

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Das verlogene Charakterschwein "Lotus Oak", das lügt und hetzt gegen das Impfen und eine schweinische Reklame für Homöopathie macht, hat eine alte Kamelle ausgegraben, die prompt von deutschen Hirnakrobaten retweetet wird:

https://twitter.com/LotusOak2/status/1313362432262385666

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LotusOak @LotusOak2

Los Angeles County: a private school has been hit with dozens cases of whooping cough

https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2019/02/27/whooping-cough-harvard-westlake/

"None of the 30 students who contracted whooping cough were not vaccinated."
= All 30 students who contracted whooping cough were vaccinated.

#LearnTheRisk #WakeUp
LA Countywide Outbreak Of Whooping Cough Hits Exclusive Harvard-Westlake Hard
Harvard-Westlake, which has campuses in Studio City and Beverly Crest, was hit particularly hard, with 30 students coming down with whooping cough since November.
losangeles.cbslocal.com
8:16 AM · Oct 6, 2020·Vaccines and Homeopathy News
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Das ist der dort angegebene Artikel:

https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2019/02/27/whooping-cough-harvard-westlake/

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CBS Los Angeles

LA Countywide Outbreak Of Whooping Cough Hits Exclusive Harvard-Westlake Hard
February 27, 2019 at 4:04 pm
Filed Under:Harvard Westlake, Outbreak, Whooping Cough

STUDIO CITY (CBSLA) — An exclusive private school has been hit with dozens cases of whooping cough, which has sickened a large number of teenagers across Los Angeles County.

Health officials say they are monitoring three large clusters of highly contagious whooping cough among 11- to 18-year-olds. The county Department of Health issued a health alert to pediatricians and other health care providers about the uptick in whooping cough last week.

Harvard-Westlake’s Studio City campus. (credit: CBS)

Harvard-Westlake, which has campuses in Studio City and Beverly Crest, was hit particularly hard, with 30 students coming down with whooping cough since November, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Of about 1,600 students attend Harvard-Westlake, where tuition is close to $40,000 a year, only 18 opted out of vaccinations for medical reasons. None of the 30 students who contracted whooping cough were not vaccinated.

School officials say they have done all they can to control the outbreak, including sending students home, sanitizing classrooms, and implementing a new protocol that requires students who stay home sick must be tested at a hospital for whooping cough before they can return to class.

Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, gets its name from the distinctive cough that sounds like a whoop. It is highly contagious and can be fatal for infants.

Parents are being urged to take students with flu-like symptoms to get them tested at a hospital before allowing them to return back to school.
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Unter dem Artikel sind einige Kommentare. Der übliche Müll. Aber der folgende Kommentar faßt die Situation bereits am gleichen Tag (27.2.2019) richtig zusammen:


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Shawn Cooper
February 27, 2019 at 9:07 pm

Here’s the thing all you disease-worshiping anti-vaxxers who are so giddy with glee that kids got sick:

(1) It’s not clear if all 30 were up to date on their whooping cough vaccines as “vaccinated” does not mean fully vaccinated

(2) you are still 25 times less likely to get pertussis when exposed if you are vaccinated than are not, and

(3) health experts are well aware that the pertussis vaccine doesn’t work as well as other vaccines and are doing actual research (and not the “believe everything I read on facebook R3S3ARCH you mental dullards do) to develop a more effective vaccine.

So do your disease-loving dance but by next year after a lot more pertussis cases have happened, the epidemiology will clearly the vaccine was protective and un/undervaccinated were much more likely to contract pertussis.

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In zwei anderen Artikeln kommen weitere wesentliche Fakten ans Licht:


https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/431848-officials-deny-lack-of-vaccinations-caused-whooping-cough-outbreak-in

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Officials deny lack of vaccinations caused whooping cough outbreak in Los Angeles
By Chris Mills Rodrigo - 02/27/19 01:45 PM EST

Officials at a Los Angeles high school said Tuesday that a lack of vaccinations does not explain an outbreak of whooping cough.

“We have a really high vaccination rate in our community, which is something we’re very grateful for,” Harvard-Westlake spokesperson Ari Engelberg said, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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Thirty students at the private school have reportedly been diagnosed with whooping cough, also known as pertussis, recently.

Engelberg also told reporters that only 18 of Harvard-Westlake's roughly 1,600 students have medical exemptions allowing them to opt out of immunizations. He added that none of those students have contracted the disease.

Los Angeles County officials warned area doctors in an email last week about three clusters in the county, according to the Times.

“The number of reported clusters of pertussis cases has risen in 11- to 18-year-olds who share classrooms, carpools/transportation, or extracurricular activities,” the Feb. 19 advisory said.

The highly contagious disease is spread by coughing, sneezing or simply breathing air around an infected person. Young children are vaccinated against whooping cough and then given a booster dose around age 11 or 12.
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https://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-ln-whooping-cough-vaccine-20190316-story.html

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California
Harvard-Westlake students were vaccinated. Dozens caught whooping cough anyway
Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, where about 50 students have been diagnosed recently with whooping cough.

(Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
By Soumya KarlamanglaStaff Writer
March 16, 2019
5 AM

Nearly 50 students at Harvard-Westlake School have been recently diagnosed with whooping cough, in an outbreak that has forced school officials to send students home at the first sign of illness.

But all of the sick students had been vaccinated against the disease, according to school officials. In fact, all 90 people who have recently come down with pertussis — the official name for whooping cough — in Los Angeles County this year had been immunized against it, according to county officials.

It turns out that four years after someone receives the booster shot in about the seventh grade, the vaccine’s protection nearly vanishes, endangering high schoolers such as those at Harvard-Westlake, said Dr. James Cherry, a UCLA expert on pediatric infectious diseases.

“It is not surprising at all,” Cherry said of the recent cases.
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The outbreak is a real-life example of something that experts have been noticing since doctors switched to a new form of the pertussis vaccine in 1997: Immunity wanes quickly.

The pertussis outbreak raises questions about how to best administer a vaccine when its protection fades so quickly. People now in high school are one of the first generations to receive only the new, shorter-lived form of the vaccine, making them test cases for these problems.

These recent whooping cough cases also serve as a contrast to the measles outbreaks across the country, which are mostly among people who declined vaccinations. In those cases, immunization probably would have prevented most of the illnesses.
Whooping cough clusters

Los Angeles County officials announced last month that there were three clusters of whooping cough cases among adolescents across the county.

Forty-six students have been diagnosed with pertussis at Harvard-Westlake, where enrollment is about 1,600. Eighteen students there have not been vaccinated against pertussis, but none of them has caught the illness, school spokesman Ari Engelberg said.

Ten students at St. Anastasia Catholic School in Westchester also caught pertussis. All had been vaccinated, according to school officials.

Under California law, children must receive all of their doses of whooping cough vaccine to be allowed to attend school, unless they have a medical reason not to be vaccinated. By the time they turn 6, most children have received five doses of the diphtheria-tetanus-acellular-pertussis vaccine, or DTaP. Then they must get a booster before entering seventh grade.

The immunizations are concentrated in the earliest years of life because babies are the most likely to die from whooping cough, named for the sound people make when they’re gasping for air.

“Deaths virtually all occur in the first two months of life,” Cherry said.

But studies have found that immunity drops quickly after getting the shot. One study from Kaiser Permanente found that protection fell an average of 42% a year after the last childhood dose at about age 6.

The rapidly waning immunity is linked to the kind of vaccine children receive, experts say.

Before 1997, children received a form known as whole cell, which sometimes caused side effects, such as convulsions and severe fevers. So officials switched to the current acellular vaccine, which has fewer side effects but does not provide immunity for as long.

Even the middle school booster, intended to extend immunity, protects about 80% of people who receive it for about a year but mostly stops providing immunity after that, another Kaiser study found.

L.A. County public health officials said the recent cases may be focused in young adults because they are more susceptible to the illness because they received only the acellular vaccine.

“There is no increase in the current overall number of cases compared to past years, but the number of reported clusters has risen in 11- to 18-year-olds,” officials said in a statement to The Times. “Waning immunity is a well-recognized phenomenon … [and] seems to be the most plausible explanation for the recent clusters seen by the department.”

Some scientists have suggested that it would make more sense to administer the vaccine in a targeted fashion, such as before an outbreak or when one has just begun.

But Dr. Armand Dorian, chief medical officer at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, said waiting to administer it when an outbreak has begun doesn’t make sense. At that point, antibiotics are needed.

“It’s too late to do brush clearance. You have to come in with a helicopter and douse a fire,” he said.

Dorian said that even though the vaccine’s immunity wanes, increasing coverage rates in the community would help prevent pertussis outbreaks.

In the 2017-2018 school year, 96% of kindergartners had all their doses of the pertussis vaccine and 98% of seventh-graders had received the booster, according to state data. Both of those percentages dropped slightly from the previous school year.

Doctors recommend that pregnant mothers get an additional dose of the vaccine so they can protect their newborns. But only 52% of new mothers in 2016 were vaccinated, according to a report from the California Department of Public Health.

If vaccination rates were higher, Dorian said, pertussis would not be able to enter a community in the first place. The bacteria is much more likely to spread among people who have not been vaccinated.

People who have been vaccinated and still get pertussis also contract a less severe form of the illness that is likely to be less contagious. So it’s possible that the recent outbreaks originated with someone who had not been immunized, even though the disease is now spreading among people who have been vaccinated, Dorian said.

“Once there’s a chink in the armor and that unvaccinated population grows, then the actual protection of the vaccination significantly drops, even for those who are vaccinated,” he said.

The real concern now is that a baby could contract whooping cough. Pertussis kills about 20 people in the United States each year, almost all of them infants. The last person to die from pertussis in California was a baby in San Bernardino County in 2018.

“It’s a cough, a whooping cough, which means it loves to spread,” Dorian said.

soumya.karlamangla@latimes.com

Twitter: @skarlamangla
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Wenn der Vollidiot Lotus Oak große Zahlen braucht, kann er sich auch die Zahl 50 greifen. Aber leider, leider erklärt der Artikel mit der Zahl 50 die Situation sehr sauber - und das ist dem Vollidioten Lotus Oak natürlich gar nicht recht, weil dann Jeder sehen kann, was für ein hintervotziges Charakterschwein Lotus Oak ist.


Facebook und Twitter löschen Accounts von Hetzern und Lügnern. Warum existiert der Account des gemeingefährlichen notorischen Hetzers und Lügners Lotus Oak immer noch!?
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