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Vaccine will not be enough to stop Pandemic: WHO CHIEF
@Pankaj Mishra – Washing hands not enough. Social distancing not enough. Now, vaccine not enough. Are you WHO or a WIFE? 🙁
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease has taken hold in the U.S. There are vaccines, but not widely available in the U.S. For lots more information on this, check out this page on The House Rabbit Society’s website.
Some people on this planet are very incredibly ridiculous that it makes this jaw drop to the floor. And unfortunately it often almost seems in its entirety impossible to try to instill any wisdom onto these people – like this darling in particular, who obviously isn’t signing up for change her mind on vaccines any time soon. The only thing we can do may be offer her thoughts and hopes, or… something.
HBO’s Game of Thrones may be off the air, but the memes the epic fantasy show inspired are still going strong. These trending memes feature Bran Stark, the show’s wheelchair-bound psychic. The image of Bran saying “You’re a good man. Thank you.” comes from the show’s final season, after it becomes clear that Theon Greyjoy is about to die to protect the young Stark. In memes, the quote holds a less dramatic, but still complimentary meaning.
We’re not going to take sides on the political spectrum here, but we are absolutely going to take sides when it comes to whether vaccines should be mandatory or not (hint: they should be).
Ms. Marianne Williamson, a democratic 2020 presidential hopeful, may have lost her chance at ever seeing the inside of the White House when she stated that required vaccines are “Orwellian” and that US government should have no right to tell anyone what to do with their bodies.
The flawed logic here is astounding.
Luckily Twitter wasn’t having it either!
This delightful assortment of memes is just what you need to quench your thirst forprocrastination. They’re more fun than cleaning your room, and slightly less fun than playing video games or watching television, so you don’t have to be terribly guilty about your choices.
Oh look, a completely preventable disease is on the rise once again, and this time it’s reared its ugly face in New York City. Come on, WTF people…it’s kind of surreal that in 2019 we’re still having to convince some that the measles vaccine is safe, effective and doesn’t cause autism. Accordingly, the city of New York will require unvaccinated individuals to get the MMR vaccine or pay a $1,000 fine.
Many outraged individuals have taken to Twitter to express their frustration with the anti-vax movement, and we’re here for the sass that’s ensued.
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We don’t know for sure, but we’d wager a bet that working in the medical field is incredibly difficult. From performing life-saving procedures on patients, to helping relieve patients of their chronic pain, to trying to administer necessary vaccinations to stubborn anti-vaxxers, it’s gotta be a lot of stress! That’s why we salute you with these medical memes!
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We sincerely hoped that we’d never have to remind you the importance of getting vaccinated, but here we are. Washington state declared a state of emergency yesterday in light of 35 recently confirmed cases of measles, a highly infectious disease that can be fatal in young children – and easily prevented with the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine. News reports cite anti-vaxx communities as a major catalyst in the spread of the disease.
While most of us are high-key freaking out about the epidemic, many anti-vaxxers are remaining calm about the ordeal, claiming that refusal to get the vaccine can improve their child’s immune system. We hope we don’t need to explain why this logic is completely insane, but for anyone in your life who does in fact need a little refresher on the importance of vaccines, be sure to direct them toward this educational comic!
Anti-vaxxers aren’t exactly known for being the most logical people in the world, and the rise of the anti-vaxx movement has turned out to be quite detrimental to society at large. Luckily there are those warriors that come through in the comments sections to deliver cold hard facts!