Take a look at this article about a mumps outbreak among Orthodox Jews in the U.S. To me it clearly demonstrated that vaccines at best are unreliable and worst just don’t work.
Out of just over 3,500, 1,648 were studied. Of these 89% were fully vaccinated against mumps (2 doses).
What made me chuckle was the following: The researchers wrote that “chavrusa study, with its prolonged, face-to-face contact,” probably resulted in high exposures to the virus, and these “overcame vaccine-induced protection in individual students.”
Hold on a minute! I thought the idea of a vaccine was to introduce your body to a particular virus/bacteria so that when you come into contact with the real thing your body is able to fight it off! Not so it seems.
Apparently the source of the outbreak was a young lad (who was vaccinated) who visited the UK “where fears about vaccination had led to a large mumps outbreak.”