Health ministry warns of rubella vaccine shortage due to outbreak
The ministry this week announced that 359 new cases of rubella were reported throughout Japan in the week ending June 30, according to figures provided by the Infectious Disease Surveillance Center. Fuji TV reported Thursday that the figures bring the total number of cases reported nationwide this year to 11,991. The number of infections reported this year so far is already over five times the annual total for 2012.
As a result, it is expected that a vaccine shortage will occur in August, the ministry said. However, a spokesperson said that production of the drug is being ramped up in an attempt to make supplies last until October.
In an attempt to alleviate the impending shortage, the ministry is urging the public to apply for vaccinations only if they are pregnant or are living with a pregnant woman.
Please be aware!
This disease was eradicated long ago. Even if there is a lack of immunization, it can only be contracted from a carrier.
This is a false flag for many things to come.
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