The most common argument used by public health officials and the medical community to justify “no exceptions” on mandatory vaccination laws is that unvaccinated people pose a serious health threat to others who “cannot be vaccinated,” such as the immunocompromised. For them, unvaccinated children pose a big danger and even threaten the health of fully vaccinated children. These statements are more opinions than anything else since they are completely unsubstantiated and baseless from a scientific perspective. In reality, vaccination is the driving force behind the propagation of illness, shedding and mutation of viruses.
Can An Unvaccinated or Immune Compromised Child Get Sick From Coming in Contact With a Recently Vaccinated Person?
Absolutely, especially when it comes to live virus vaccines. Contrary to what Doctors tell their patients, during a viral infection, live virus is shed in the body fluids of those who are infected for varying amounts of time and can be transmitted to others. Vaccine strain live viruses also shed for varying amounts of time in the body fluids of vaccinated people and can be transmitted to others.
Although public health officials maintain that live attenuated virus vaccines rarely cause complications in the vaccinated person and that vaccine strain viral shedding rarely causes disease in close contacts of the recently vaccinated, it is important to be aware that vaccine strain live virus infection can sometimes cause serious complications in vaccinated persons and vaccine strain live viruses can be shed and transmitted to others with serious or even fatal consequences.