Message from @ProgrammerVerbatim
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asking for explanations is not debating
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but they should know the truth
fake flat earther
I've seen a lot of those lately
some people have too much free time methinks
a good depression will cure that
i will try to be
just passionate about my views
go to lounge for other chat
It technically started within the timeframe you mentioned
@Jondar02 I looked into it, the original website says nothing about vaccine uptake. It was literally fabricated by someone and put there. Here's the website: http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20140505192926/https://www.hpa.org.uk/web/hpaweb&hpawebstandard/hpaweb_c/1195733835814
@Jondar02 Nvm, I would be dishonest to ignore this. Scroll down to page 15 and you will see the vaccine coverage. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/769970/UK_measles_and_rubella_elimination_strategy.pdf
It's a shame that the guy who did the chart didn't properly add this in his sources. You're right but I would argue that the vaccination coverage was still low (~50% in the 80's) and as you can see in pic related it was already almost gone in that time.
I retract my previous statements. 🤪 If you're gonna make a chart, you should properly include the source and not make the viewer chase it.
"Vaccine coverage remained low until the late 1980s and was
insufficient to interrupt measles transmission. Therefore, annual notifications only
fell to between 50,000 and 100,000 and measles remained a major cause of
morbidity and mortality"
So yes, it wasn't instantly
So vaccines work then
work in what sense?
stop people getting disease which does little harm, making them more susceptible to other illnesses?
wasting time and resources which are in demand
can you specify "other illnesses"
are you only aware of measles?
you think that is the only disease
can u just answer the question