How come we don’t have to wear masks to stop measles?

Bad promo: Members of the PM’s fully ‘vaccinated’ entourage don’t trust the product he’s selling.
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3 Responses to How come we don’t have to wear masks to stop measles?

  1. FlyingPigs says:

    It’s not man made.

  2. Shy Ted says:

    Measles is real.

  3. Old School Conservative says:

    From the text below the picture, more evidence of the changing nature of “the science”:
    Another difference between kids COVID vaccines and everyone older is the length between a first and second dose.

    For anyone over 11, the advice is to wait three weeks between Pfizer doses (if that’s the jab you’re getting).

    But for kids the advice is that it should be eight weeks apart instead.

    ATAGI has made it clear though that this window can be shortened to three weeks if it’s really needed — like if there were a big outbreak,

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