Not "recommended in UK, and developed countries..!" (Why then in Ghana.., and Africa...?)
Source: starrfmonline.com - Newborn babies in some districts in the Eastern region risk contracting Tuberculosis.
The districts have run out of the Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccines which protect babies from contracting the deadly disease.
The Birim North district is one of the many districts that have not have the vaccines for some time now.
Speaking to Starr News, the district health director, Thomas Azurago said the situation is worrying and must be immediately addressed.
“When a child is born, we vaccinate the child before it leaves the ward but we don’t have the vaccines to give to them and we don’t know who to blame, whether the health service or the ministry of health.
“The top must wake up; the drugs are not there. The children are going out without vaccination and we don’t know what is going to happen to them in the future without that vaccine.
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This is also a sanitation disease and can be caused by vaccination polluting the internal system.The vaccine doesn’t work and never has and( the world’s only ever double-blind controlled trial on vaccination (BCG) in the early 1970s which proved it didn’t work. However, it took almost 30 years of administering useless vaccine to people before they stopped its use.The study stated: ‘The efficacy of the TB vaccine is 0%’ (Bulletin of the WHO, Tuberculosis Prevention Trial, 57 (5); 819-827, 1979).
Now, it is being sold to stupid Ghana and Africa! But not only that: The same "vaccine" claiming, to fight TB, actually causes the disease:
Arch Pediatr. 1996 May;3(5):457-9. French. PMID: 8763716; UI: 96297887.
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Not "recommended in UK, and developed countries..!"
Whilst BCG is currently not recommended for routine immunisation in the UK, it is recommended for infants living in areas with more than 40 cases of TB per 100,000 population per year, as well as those whose parents or grandparents are from countries with at least that incidence.
Newborn babies can get the BCG vaccine soon after birth. Clinical trials have shown that BCG is about 80% effective in preventing the disease when given to newborn babies who have never encountered Mycobacterim tuberculosis.
The BCG vaccine is currently given to about three quarters of infants worldwide, but many developed countries that have a low burden of TB have opted to refrain from giving this vaccination routinely.