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Some teenagers who have been vaccinated against disease similar to the adventure or chicken chicken are questioning the movement anti-vaccine, even as the health officials condemn parents who chose not to vaccinate their children for the outbreak of beliefs in 1
Mayci, a 18 year old person from Augusta, Georgia who went to Reddit to get advice on vaccination after hearing about the outbreak.
Mayci – asked her to not include the last name because she was worried about her mother's upset – he never had a vaccine. The reason? Standing at her mother, there are bad vaccines, we do not do it, leave himself, & # 39; Tell a teenager with NBC News.
"At the time I was born, my parents agreed to anti-vaccine," Mayci said. "Nearly a year and a half ago, I moved out of my mother's house and with my dad. My dad has a nice neutral attitude to vaccines like now, but when I was born, he basically agreed to my mother and his faith. "
Monday, the Disease Control and Prevention Centers declared 101 cases of love. Five of them were in the Washington state, the outbreak of the outbreak. Nearly all of the cases in children younger than 10, whose parents were selected were vaccinated.
Although they were growing up, it could be possible that their mother's negative opinions on vaccines might be normal. Her mother had a religious immunity so Mayci would not have to be vaccinated in school, and he told her friends to do the same.
"When I was 12, I remembered all my class advisers saying," I hated my shots, "Mayci said. "I asked them, & # 39; what do you mean, do you have to get the showboxes to enter the school? & # 39;"
One of 17 states is Georgia that lets immune exemptions from the needs of vaccination in order to go on school, according to the National Conference of State Legislation. Currently, 47 states can allow religious exemptions and since 2009 the number of vaccinations & philosophies & # 39; Statements in 12 of the 18 states that are currently giving this policy are given to state departments.
"We mean pockets of intensive anti-vaccine activity," said Dr Peter Hotez, a pediatrician and at the National Tropical Medical School at Baylor Medical College in Waco, Texas. "In recent years, the social movement of the public health vaccine's opposition to the United States has grown in recent years. Afterwards, the outbreak of the forces has increased."
Experts believe that this is one reason that heat spots anti-vaccination like Clark County, Washington has come up. But doctors and nurses say that the recent guarantee is encouraging people to get a vaccine. Washington State Department of Health says about 530 people immunized against the network in January 2018. In January, there were more than 3,000 immunization.
Since a medical procedure is being vaccinated, in most cases young people must be younger than 18, the consent of a parent, guardian or other adult family member.
When he was 17 years old, she talked with her father about receiving the vaccine when she held 18.
"He honestly said that I am old enough for my own medicine make decisions. It supports my judgment, "said Mayci. "I'm really allowed to really learn the myths and the truths about vaccines."
In 2000, it was declared to have been eliminated in the United States, thanks to the horrible young cowboy that was part of youth routine shots for many years. It is a very rare disease, but people who get appropriate doses are rarely given the vaccine, even if they are exposed.
Two doses of the vaccine – at 1 to 15 months of age and second dose at 4 to 6 years – it provides about 97 percent protection. A little bit of two tozens of antibiotic vaccines leave the toys even if they are exposed to the virus, although the disease is more severe. Experts are not sure why.
The breakdown of the recent crisis is a reminder that there is a herd exemption – when many people are vaccination against infectious disease to protect other people in the community that are not broken in some communities.  So far, Mayci received the TDAP vaccine and flu shot now. She plans to get the MMR vaccine, as well as shots against HPV, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and varicella (cigarette) later this year.
"I graduated from the high school in May and planned for an increase in clinical laboratory science in the college," she said. "Because it's a health science field, I need to have the necessary vaccines in full."