Message from @rivenator12113

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2019-12-22 22:07:21 UTC  
2019-12-22 22:07:22 UTC  

2019-12-22 22:07:26 UTC  

idiot

2019-12-22 22:07:47 UTC  

<:snapsnap:484956825863585792>

2019-12-22 22:08:01 UTC  

fake flat earther

2019-12-22 22:08:54 UTC  

I've seen a lot of those lately

2019-12-22 22:09:07 UTC  

some people have too much free time methinks

2019-12-22 22:09:21 UTC  

a good depression will cure that

2019-12-22 22:11:02 UTC  
2019-12-22 22:11:03 UTC  

2019-12-22 22:11:13 UTC  

ok cheers

2019-12-22 22:11:28 UTC  
2019-12-22 22:11:34 UTC  

i will try to be

2019-12-22 22:11:42 UTC  

just passionate about my views

2019-12-22 22:11:48 UTC  

go to lounge for other chat

2019-12-22 22:11:53 UTC  

ok

2019-12-23 10:33:01 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/538929818834698260/658618057031155742/1_JK7SzoIcwSYgKP_3EgxLbg.png

2019-12-23 10:33:53 UTC  

It technically started within the timeframe you mentioned

2019-12-23 10:44:43 UTC  

@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

2019-12-23 11:04:30 UTC  

@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.

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/538929818834698260/658625978662125588/Screen_Shot_2019-05-24_at_4.09.45_PM.1558728638140.png

2019-12-23 11:07:35 UTC  

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.

2019-12-23 11:10:34 UTC  

"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"

2019-12-23 13:27:19 UTC  

So yes, it wasn't instantly

2019-12-23 15:48:52 UTC  

So vaccines work then

2019-12-23 15:50:04 UTC  

work in what sense?

2019-12-23 15:51:35 UTC  

stop people getting disease which does little harm, making them more susceptible to other illnesses?

2019-12-23 15:52:06 UTC  

wasting time and resources which are in demand

2019-12-23 16:22:35 UTC  

can you specify "other illnesses"

2019-12-23 16:24:05 UTC  
2019-12-23 16:24:11 UTC  

not measles

2019-12-23 16:24:22 UTC  

what than?

2019-12-23 16:24:37 UTC  

are you only aware of measles?

2019-12-23 16:24:57 UTC  

you think that is the only disease

2019-12-23 16:25:19 UTC  

can u just answer the question

2019-12-23 16:25:32 UTC  

can you

2019-12-23 16:26:12 UTC  

I don't think you have an idea of what the other illnesses are, do you?

2019-12-23 16:43:03 UTC  

Do you think the only illness is measels? @!Link You are guilty of the same shit you are saying chad is.

2019-12-23 16:43:45 UTC  

I am completely aware that there are more illnesses

2019-12-23 16:48:16 UTC  

but do you think the only illness is measels?