Seven mumps cases confirmed at Houston ICE detention facility
Seven adult detainees at a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility in Houston have been diagnosed with mumps, but the contagious disease is contained, the city's health department said on Saturday.
Mumps-containing vaccine is currently not a component of the national immunization schedule in Lao People ’s Democratic Republic (PDR). Mumps itself is not a notifiable disease in the country and the seropreval...
In conclusion, advice from a public health center given by phone based on information from (N)SASSy will be helpful for reducing the number of clusters of infectious diseases, except for HFMD and influenza. PMID: 30867342 [PubMed - in process]
Conclusions: Most patients with a history of mild or moderate AEFI can be safely reimmunized. Additional studies are needed in patients with serious AEFIs who are less likely to be reimmunized.
WEDNESDAY, March 13, 2019 -- More than 2,200 people exposed to a mumps outbreak in two U.S. immigrant detention facilities have been quarantined, federal officials say. The 25-day quarantine began March 7 at facilities in Pine Prairie, Louisiana,...
CONCLUSIONS: Parotiditis behavior is characterised by fluctuations, changes in presentation and a decrease in VE. PMID: 30857795 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Immigration authorities say more than 2,200 people who were exposed to a mumps outbreak in at least two detention facilities have been quarantined
A spokesman said 236 detainees have had confirmed or probable cases of mumps in 51 facilities in the past year
Christian Mejia thought he had a shot at getting out of immigration detention in rural Louisiana after he found a lawyer to help him seek asylum.Reuters Health Information
More than 2,000 people in Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody are being quarantined amid an outbreak of mumps and other diseases.
(Natural News) The number of vaccinations mandated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has risen sharply in recent decades. These medical interventions are touted as full-proof solutions to many previously common “childhood” illnesses, including measles, mumps and chicken pox, as well as more serious diseases like polio and smallpox. As dependence on...