We have seen a lot of fake stories since the measles outbreaks started.
And they are all from the usual suspects.
Did CNN Apologize for Using a Fake Measles Photo?
And no, I’m not talking about the photo from CNN.
So what’s up with the photo?
The child in the photo doesn’t actually have measles, although he does have a rash that looks like measles.
“This 1968 image depicted the face and back of a young child after receiving a smallpox vaccination in the right shoulder region. Note the erythematous halo surrounding the vaccination site, which can also be seen in PHIL 13321 and 13323, as well as a morbilliform skin rash, i.e., resembling measles, consisting of numerous flattened erythematous, amorphous macules. This child was subsequently diagnosed with roseola vaccinia.”Public Health Image Library (PHIL)
And it is a photo of a child of a vaccine reaction, a reaction to his smallpox vaccine.
Why did CDC use that photo?
Who knows, but there aren’t a lot of photos of kids with measles out there. They likely found a stock photo of a kid with a rash that looked like measles and used it.
Still, while they didn’t use a photo of a child with measles, they also didn’t use a photo of a child that got measles from the vaccine, as Brandy Vaughan claims.
And of course, the rest of the story about Washington being under a state of emergency still stands, as measles cases continue to rise.
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