Medical mafia calling for gunpoint quarantines of citizens who refuse vaccinationFederal officials want to order a quarantine for a South Pasadena woman and grad student whose sister recently contracted a case of measles at nearby Disneyland, but she is resisting the push because, she says, she doesn’t have the disease. Twenty-six-year-old Ylsa Tellez’s younger sister, 24-year-old Maura Tellez, was one of more than two dozen confirmed cases of measles recently at the renowned amusement part, but Ylsa is not one of them, the local ABC affiliate, ABC7, reports. As of this writing, Ylsa said she feels fine and has no symptoms of the disease. Nevertheless, days after her sister was diagnosed, Ylsa got a call from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and then a visit from the local health department, both of whom sought to convince her to self-quarantine. “(They were) saying I need to get vaccinated and I need to be quarantined, otherwise I’m going to go to jail or something, or I’m going to get a misdemeanor,” Ylsa told the local ABC affiliate, adding that she decided instead against becoming a prisoner insider her own home — though a quarantine order may be in the offing. Ylsa’s mother has come to her daughter’s defense. “It’s not nice when my daughter is threatened like this because she’s not even sick,” Myrna Tellez told ABC7. However, and right on cue, public health officials say there is every reason for people to be concerned. “Measles is one of the most highly communicable infections that we know of, so any susceptible individual who is within close proximity to somebody with measles will probably get infected,” Dr. Jill Hoffman with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles told the local news team. But Ylsa said she was currently taking supplements aimed at boosting her immune system and that she planned to speak to a physician soon to decide whether or not she will get a measles vaccine. More