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Your statistics page shows that 3,540 people were compensated for vaccine-related injuries or deaths since 1988. That's 136 people per year. For reference, over 300 people get struck by lightning in the US per year - 51 die. 150-200 people are killed - not merely injured - by food allergies in the US per year.Another fact that being ignored is vaccines are not 100% safe. That's a lie.
Every year, a significant amount of money is paid to people, by the US, for reported vaccine injuries.
It's a risk vs reward balance.
The later table puts it into even bigger perspective. Over the last 8 years, only 1,300 claims have been compensated from a grand total of almost 2 billion vaccinations.
It is indeed a risk vs reward balance. Practically zero risk, for an enormous reward.
The truth may be out there, but lies are in your head. ~Terry Pratchett
Nobody finds it odd that the outbreak began in an area that is among the highest vaccination rates?
The government should never dictate to its populace how it is supposed to live. I'm an exercise fanatic and seldom get sick, but if others don't want to exercise and think me a bit eccentric, that is their prerogative. If you force people to exercise, they will resist and get little from it. If citizens want to eat fatty, sugary foods, then let them. The government needs to butt out.I also think that the government should provide a robust public health awareness program that includes regulation of the food industry and promotion of healthy lifestyles, so you're close.