[…] In 2000, the Centers for Disease Control had thought that measles were eliminated in the US, but starting in 2008, cases began to climb. In 2014, the number of cases exploded to over 600, more than all reported cases between 2009 and 2013. The CDC also reported that cases reached a 20-year high in 2014.
The CDC determined that the number of cases grew in the US due to an influx of foreign immigrants.
There is no treatment for measles once it is contracted. Patients should stay hydrated as they ride the illness out. Authorities say the only prevention is widespread vaccination. (link)
♦ These kids/families, each with 90% no-show rates for the very first immigration hearing, then join public schools and daycare centers without consequence. After all, there is a three year backlog of cases to find.
♦ Then, not coincidentally, a big surprise – Enterovirus and Measles outbreaks occur almost immediately along a pattern of immigration flow.
♦ In 2015, there are now 98 cases reported in eight states and Mexico, including 82 in California.