An unusual article will be on the menu at Indianapolis 500 on Sunday – Measles Vaccines.
IndyCar Medical Director Geoffrey Billows told the Associated Press on Thursday that "only a very limited supply of vaccines will be available in the medical building near the hospital" Museum of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Response to the resurgence of measles
Why does a racetrack offer vaccinations for a disease that has been largely dormant for decades? Because some people were falsely convinced of lies, frightening and pseudo-sciences that vaccines are harmful, although the reputable medical experts believe that this is not the case.
Measles have thus made a comeback and endangered parts of the population in danger.
Indiana experienced its first confirmed case of measles in April, when the country is in the midst of the largest rash of the disease, which was thought to have been eradicated.
So if you seek refuge If you have not been vaccinated and are at the Indy 500 on Sunday, you have a great opportunity to do yourself and society a favor.
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