Violent riots begin to break out across the country between those that are pro and anti vaccination. Many people are injured, killed, and even infected with Danum Adfectus.
Dr. Adams realizes that she has caused mass debate. She flies to a riot in Los Angeles in hopes of speaking about the importance of vaccination and spreading unity among the two conflicted groups.
Dr. Adams gives her speech to a large crowd, urging them to continue to get vaccinated and to advocate for stricter vaccination laws to help protect the health of the country. Suddenly, an enraged man rushed the stage and pushes Dr. Adams off.
Dr. Adams endures a strong hit to the head from the hall, and suffers a stroke. The doctors work tirelessly to try to save her, but she does not end up surviving
Scientist and Public Health Advocate Dr. Quinn Adams dies after violent attack
The American public mourns her tragic death and celebrates her heroic work and dedication. Her attacker is sent to prison, and the government establishes stricter laws for those who refuse to get vaccinated.
Citizens continue to get vaccinated. The No Vaccines for Me! movement dies out, with many supporters facing harsh penalties for putting public health at risk or dying of the Danum Adfectus virus themselves. The Adams amendment is eventually passed, making vaccinations mandatory in order to be considered an American citizen.