New York City’s Health Department has shut down an orthodox Jewish day care center for violating a city order amid the measles public health emergency.
The day care center in Williamsburg was shuttered for repeatedly refusing to let health officials inspect its medical records
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Just before the closure on Monday, Orthodox Jewish families in Brooklyn filed a law suit against the city, accusing public health officials of overstepping their authority by ordering all people in Williamsburg to be vaccinated for measles .
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The suit seeks to lift the health department mandate forcing immunization,
23 other daycares and yeshivas have also received violation notices.
RT reports: The United Talmudical Academy in the Haredi neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn failed to “provide access to medical and attendance records,” the health department said, which made it impossible to check whether the school has been excluding staff and students who aren’t vaccinated against measles.
A public health emergency was declared in four areas of Brooklyn last week to deal with the measles outbreak, the worst the city has seen since 1991. The areas affected are largely in Ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities.
All children over six months of age were required to get the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, and parents who didn’t comply could be fined $1,000. Schools were told to only accept vaccinated children and to keep medical and attendance records that authorities can have access to.
There have been 329 confirmed cases of the measles, a highly contagious disease, in New York since October, and 44 new cases since the emergency declaration last week. No deaths have been reported, but 25 have been hospitalized, with six sent to the intensive care unit. The health department is concerned more cases may occur as families gather for the upcoming Passover holiday.
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities are showing resistance to the vaccine drive, with information circulating that the jabs are ineffective or harmful. The Orthodox Jewish anti-vaccine group Parents Educating and Advocating for Children’s Health (PEACH) claims doctors hide evidence that vaccines are linked to swelling, paralysis, and death.