Black death STAMPEDE: Panic in Madagascar amid plague vaccination FURY

Monday, November 13, 2017
By Paul Martin

PARENTS rushed to schools in the Madagascan capital on Friday to collect their children after rumours emerged that students were being forced into having anti-plague vaccinations.

Mon, Nov 13, 2017

Amid growing concerns about the epidemic which is gripping the country and has already claimed more than 140 lives, parents were left outraged after rumours emerged that their children were being given vaccinations without their consent.

According to The Madagascar Express, they rushed to schools across the capital to collect their children after word spread that health officials had arrived with police officers in order to administer the vaccinations.

While plague is very treatable nowadays, health officials claim there is no efficient vaccine against the plague and the World Health Organisation (WHO) advises against administering vaccinations.

The plague factsheet on the WHO website reads: “WHO does not recommend vaccination, expect for high-risk groups (such as laboratory personnel who are constantly exposed to the risk of contamination, and health care workers).”

According to the Madagascar Express, stones were pelted at teachers and furniture was strewn everywhere as furious parents rushed to collect their children, concerned about the validity of these vaccinations.

One parent allegedly exclaimed: “Are you trying to kill my child or what?”

The director of the CEG Antanimbarinandriana school, Lantoarisoa Ravololomanana, told the parents: “I want to reassure parents that I will not be plotting with so-called plague vaccinators, to endanger the lives of my children. I, too, have two children here.

The Ministry of Public Health has also stated that there is no vaccination against the plague and that people who present themselves as vaccinators are impostors.

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