UCLA, CAL STATE LA QUARANTINE STUDENTS WHO CANNOT PROVE THEY HAD MEASLES VACCINATION | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


UCLA, CAL STATE LA QUARANTINE STUDENTS WHO CANNOT PROVE THEY HAD MEASLES VACCINATION

A quarantine order has been issued for hundreds of students and staff at two major Los Angeles universities – the University of California, Los Angeles, and California State University Los Angeles — who may have been exposed to measles and either have not been vaccinated or cannot verify that they have immunity.

UCLA reported that, as of Wednesday, there were 119 students and 8 faculty members were ordered to avoid contact with others. However, by Friday morning than number had fallen, with less than 50 staff and students yet to prove their immunization status. One student remained quarantined on campus.

L.A. County Department of Public Health officials hold a news conference to announce quarantines at UCLA and Cal State L.A. due to a measles outbreak. April 25, 2019. (CBS2)

Webmaster's Commentary: 

OK, but how many were vaccinated, and still got the disease anyway?!?

Is it possible that the current round of measles vaccine has a problem?!?

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