Portland – The outbreak of measles causing emergency health care in Washington is spreading. At least 36 cases have been confirmed in Clark County against Portland, Oregon, and the health authorities said it has now spread to Hawaii. Most of the patients are children who are not vaccinated.
Abigail Eckhart is one of the parents who refuses to vaccinate her youngest son because she says her average child suffers from heavy reactions.
"If I could get back, I would not vaccinate any of my children," says Eckhart.
She blames the shots, although American centers for disease control and prevention insist that the vaccine is safe.
"I think they do not look like the research they have to be," says Eckhart. If a sick child coughs in a room and leaves, another unvaccinated person has a 90% chance of catching the disease. Parents with infected children are said to avoid public places, even doctors' offices and the Washington Governor. Jay Insela declared a state of emergency.
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"We want people to be diagnosed in their homes and not go to  Eckhart said: "She does not think there is anything that would change her mind about vaccinating her child."
"I think we have thought a lot about our children the way we raise them and that's our right parents, "she said.
Thousands have been exposed when measles patients have appeared in public places where portuguese princes play, and public health experts say that science does not support the claims of anti-vaccination groups, and some describe these outbreaks as self-growing in communities where they are emerging
Washington has introduced legislation that will no longer allow personally
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