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Refugees Are Not Health Threat to Host Countries, WHO Study Finds. The Very Opposite Is True.

Refugees Are Not Health Threat to Host Countries, WHO Study Finds. The Very Opposite Is True.

Julia Conley, staff writer

A new international report on the health challenges of migrants and refugees upends the popular belief that people who travel to industrialized countries in Europe and elsewhere pose a public health risk for their host countries—confirming that in fact, the opposite is true.

"As migrants and refugees become more vulnerable than the host population to the risk of developing both noncommunicable and communicable diseases, it is necessary that they receive timely access to quality health services, as everyone else." —Dr. Zsuzsanna Jakab, WHO

But the host countries are a health threat to to refugees? Okay, that would be a good reason for them to stay put.

Sweet!
And welcome to the forum … the CD family welcomes immigrants from Breitbart and wishes you the best of health.

First the European invaders exported their diseases to the native populations … killing millions, perhaps hundred of millions. Who kept count? The invaders stayed and their diseases lived on. It is dangerous to visit them! But there is an up side: They will be a lot more healthy in the future eating our artificial food…

Did commenters read the same headline as I did? Just asking.
Anyway, to paraphrase, “They bring terrible diseases, switchblades in their boot socks, What illegal drugs they can hide in a diaper, and they come here to displace Americans by working cheap, and of course when you are not looking they will sprinkle voo-doo fairy dust on you.”
Instilling fear still works, that’s why they still use it here in the land of the, ahem, brave.

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