Afghans being brought into the United States by the Biden Administration are carrying viruses such as measles, malaria, tuberculosis, and the Chinese coronavirus, according to the Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention (CDC).
On Monday, the CDC announced that the thousands of Afghans that continue to flow into the U.S. for permanent resettlement by the Biden administration would be required to be vaccinated against measles there are, however, no indications that they are mandated to take the coronavirus jab.
The release from CDC officials:
As of September 20, 2021, CDC has been notified by public health departments of 16 measles cases among the evacuees. All patients confirmed to have measles have been isolated and provided care, and their contacts have been quarantined. Contacts who were not immune were given the MMR vaccine or, if not vaccine-eligible, immunoglobulin. [Emphasis added]
Evacuees who are in the United States are required to be vaccinated with MMR and complete a 21-day quarantine from the time of vaccination at U.S. ‘Safe Haven’ designated locations, such as military bases. [Emphasis added]
The CDC move follows the measles outbreaks at many U.S. military bases where the Biden administration houses tens of thousands of Afghans. The military bases used to temporarily house Afghans are:
- Marine Corps Base in Quantico, Virginia
- Fort Pickett in Virginia
- Fort Lee in Virginia
- Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico
- Fort McCoy in Wisconsin
- Fort Bliss in Texas
- Fort Dix in New Jersey
- Camp Atterbury in Indiana
The CDD officials also revealed that some Afghans had brought a surge of other viruses such as varicella, mumps, tuberculosis, malaria, leishmaniasis, hepatitis A, and coronavirus.
The thousands of Afghans remaining at overseas military bases must take the measles vaccine and wait 21 days before the Biden administration will bring them to the United States.
The plan of the Biden administration is to permanently resettle Afghans in 46 states across the nation — including Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Texas, as reported by Breitbart News.
Biden declared he hopes to resettle about 95,000 Afghans across the United States in the next year. Biden has already brought more than 48,000 Afghans to the U.S for resettlement.
The resettlement operation is being funded by the American taxpayer, several refugee contractors, and multinational corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) backed by former Presidents Clinton, GW Bush, and Obama.