China fights spread of deadly bird flu virus
Experts worry that the virus could eventually mutate into one that passes easily between people.
My initial reaction was what have they let loose now followed by wondering if it is another vaccine $cam in waiting. There are, of course, many layers to the mind-manipulations surrounding vaccines of which I will elaborate on later.
The mutation thing has been called into question in other places; however, I am not a scientist -- although, most times you don't need to be. Look at the lame excuse they give for the beginning of AIDS (most likely developed at Ft. Detrick and then released in Africa, imho), and what's the cure?
Now let me take you back to last Saturday:
"Mysterious illness kills 11 in Liberia, where Ebola raged" by Washington Post April 28, 2017
WASHINGTON — World Health Organization officials said Friday that they are investigating a troubling report out of Liberia of a ‘‘cluster of unexplained illnesses and deaths’’ in an area several hours from Monrovia.
Since April 24, at least 17 people have fallen ill with fever, vomiting, headache, diarrhea. Eleven have died and the five are still hospitalized at the Francis Grant Hospital in Greenville, which is about four-and-a-half hours southeast of the capital.
Most of the victims are younger than 21. While the symptoms appear to mimic those of Ebola in the early stages, specimens analyzed from seven of the people who died came back negative for the virus.
The WHO said rapid-response teams from the WHO, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other groups have been sent to the area and are looking into reports that the victims may have attended the funeral of a religious leader.
WHO officials said investigators will try to determine whether the victims consumed the same food or drink, or if they if came in contact with a germ or environmental toxin.
Ebola stayed in the semen of one man for 565 days, raising new public health concerns
The Ebola outbreak may have been bigger than believed, with ‘invisible’ infection
Latest Ebola vaccine is deemed effective
Sex is always a good excuse to get the needle in 'em. People just can't help themselves.
Before moving on, there were three scenarios sketched out at the time of the first Ebola outbreak. One was that it was another in a long line of scares and a hoax, with that viewpoint backed up by some CNN footage showing the kid coming out the house and lying down in the street and then their cameras rolled. A second was a U.S. biological weapons release due to the fact that they have research centers there (I'm sure they are working in conjunction with the pharmaceuticals in using Africans as guinea pigs, think Constant Gardner), and a third was the crisis was exactly as reported by ma$$ media (you kind of laugh that off nowadays no matter what the issue). You will have to come to your own conclusions regarding what you think is happening over there.
Btw, it's not the only vaccine they are testing over there:
"3 African countries chosen to test first malaria vaccine" by Associated Press April 25, 2017
JOHANNESBURG — Three African countries have been chosen to test the world’s first malaria vaccine, the World Health Organization said Monday.
Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi will begin piloting the injectable vaccine next year with hundreds of thousands of young children, who have been at highest risk of death.
The vaccine, which has partial effectiveness, has the potential to save tens of thousands of lives if used with existing measures, the WHO regional director for Africa, Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, said in a statement. The challenge is whether impoverished countries can deliver the required four doses of the vaccine for each child.
Malaria remains one of the world’s most stubborn health challenges, infecting more than 200 million people every year and killing about half a million, most of them children in Africa. Bed netting and insecticides are the chief protection.
Sub-Saharan Africa is hardest hit by the disease, with about 90 percent of the world’s cases in 2015. Malaria spreads when a mosquito bites someone already infected, sucks up blood and parasites, and then bites another person.
A global effort to counter malaria has led to a 62 percent cut in deaths between 2000 and 2015, WHO said. But the UN agency has said in the past that such estimates are based mostly on modeling and that data is so bad for 31 countries in Africa that it couldn’t tell if cases have been rising or falling in the last 15 years.
They basically just told you they know nothing. The numbers are all made up.
Now roll up your sleeve and be a good te$t $ubject (inflicted on poverty-stricken and undereducated populations).
The vaccine will be tested on children five to 17 months old to see whether its protective effects shown so far in clinical trials can hold up under real-life conditions. At least 120,000 children in each of the three countries will receive the vaccine.
Of course, you have to "volunteer" for it:
"Volunteers get bit to test new strategy for malaria vaccine" Associated Press January 04, 2017
WASHINGTON — Researchers infected lab mosquitoes with genetically weakened malaria parasites, and then recruited volunteers willing to be bitten — a lot — to test a possible new strategy for a vaccine.
That looks like some form of genetic modification, and didn't they do that to fight Zika, too?
The idea: Vaccinate using living malaria parasites that are too weak to make people sick. It’s a huge challenge, and while Wednesday’s study is a small step, it illustrates the urgent quest for a powerful malaria vaccine.
For the u$ual rea$ons, I'm sure. I'm not saying malaria is not a problem, and I don't know what to do about it; however, the same $elf-$erving an$wer of roll up your sleeve please isn't working for me.
Mosquito-borne malaria infects more than 200 million people worldwide every year, and kills about half a million, most of them children in Africa. Bed netting and insecticides are the chief protection.
The most advanced malaria vaccine candidate, made with pieces of the parasite, protects only about a third of children. Still, the World Health Organization plans pilot projects in Africa in 2018 to test whether the partial protection offers enough benefit for widespread use.
Hoping for better protection, a Seattle team is creating a vaccine with whole living but weakened parasites, an approach that has long worked with viruses.
None of the volunteers became sick with malaria, researchers reported in the journal Science Translational Medicine — although the bites caused swelling and itching. Missing key genes, the parasites couldn’t multiply in the liver in order to spread. But they did spark immune system defenses capable of completely protecting mice from malaria.
Gonna need another shot:
"Huge yellow fever vaccination campaign begins in Africa amid fears of global spread" The Washington Post News Service August 17, 2016
The World Health Organization is embarking on a massive vaccination campaign to stem a deadly yellow fever outbreak in Angola and Congo that public health experts say threatens to expand beyond Africa.
The disease has killed more than 400 people and sickened thousands in the two countries, according to an alert that the WHO issued Tuesday.
The organization announced that it needs to vaccinate more than 14 million people in more than 8,000 locations around Congo’s capital, Kinshasa, and along its border with Angola.
The disease, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, is not highly contagious and is preventable through vaccination. Most people who are infected experience mild muscle pain and fever but recover. The
virus can, however, lead to organ failure ending in death.
Related: US facing shortage of yellow fever vaccine for travelers
I'd say you better just stay home but....
Five new non-travel cases of Zika found in Florida
Zika virus can affect babies’ brains in ways beyond microcephaly
The odd thing there is Zika has been around decades and wasn't shrinking babies skulls; however, the areas effected were subjected to Tdap inoculations.
FDA expands Zika screening to all US blood centers
UN says Zika remains global emergency, virus still spreading
Study Finds Increase in Temporary Paralysis Accompanied Zika Outbreaks
Florida targets flower after Zika found in mosquitoes
Don’t count on winter to save us from Zika
UN changes guidance for travelers to Zika zones
Spraying to help curb Zika brings Miami Beach outcry
Who knows what they sprayed on you.
And soon after:
No new local Zika transmissions in Florida, governor says
Zika is no longer global emergency, WHO Says
Zika vaccine progress is fast, but will there be a market for it?
Should You Still Be Worried About Zika?
They got good news and bad news.
Birth defects seen in 6 percent of US pregnancies with Zika
Birth defects in Zika pregnancies 20 times higher than in pre-Zika years, CDC says
Doctors tie Zika virus to heart problems in some adults
For Brazil’s Zika families, struggles and scares
US enrolls volunteers in large test of possible Zika vaccine
The message is pretty clear, no?
Cambridge biotech firm Moderna wins Zika vaccine grant
Takeda to develop Zika vaccine in Mass.
Theranos withdraws application for Zika blood test
That's because they are shutting down amidst the lawsuit.
And now look who needs more money:
"CDC head says US ‘essentially out of money’ to fight Zika" by Andrew Taylor Associated Press September 09, 2016
WASHINGTON — The head of the government’s fight against the Zika virus said that ‘‘we are now essentially out of money’’ and warned that the country is ‘‘about to see a bunch of kids born with microcephaly’’ in the coming months.
Friday’s warning from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Thomas Frieden came as lawmakers start to sort out a stopgap government funding bill that is being targeted to also carry long-delayed money to battle Zika.
Zika is spreading more widely in the United States and can not only cause microcephaly — in which babies are born with grave brain defects — but other problems that the country will face for decades. And 671 pregnant women in the states and Washington, D.C., have the virus, leading to the birth of 17 babies with microcephaly so far.
Frieden said funding delays have slowed long-term studies of the disease and production of new tests for it. ‘‘We haven’t been able to get a running start’’ on a long-term battle against Zika, he said.
President Obama in February requested $1.9 billion to fight Zika, but Republicans controlling Congress acted slowly on the request. A Capitol Hill fight this summer stalled the Zika aid. Republicans attached restrictions on any of the money going to affiliates of Planned Parenthood in Puerto Rico. Democrats objected and blocked the $1.1 billion measure.
In the interim, the administration has shifted about $650 million from other accounts to battle Zika, most of it unused money approved two years ago to fight Ebola. That money is almost gone.
Maybe someone should do an audit first.
"The mouse results show the virus attacks the anatomical structure where sperm are made and reach maturity. In a separate development, Vietnam reported its first case...."
Zika in Vietnam? What, a mosquito fly across the ocean?
The Zika Virus and the NWO Depopulation Agenda
Right out of the globalists’ population control playbook comes this year’s Zika virus. What the elite don’t want you to know is that the Zika virus has been around for 69 years. Until this year it was always known to be a relatively harmless virus with typical flu-like symptoms rarely if ever lethal. Yet in January 2016 all that changed overnight when the medical establishment and New World Order controllers unleashed Zika-mania hype as their latest fearmongering strategy designed to cause panic amongst the global population. It’s clearly another classic example of the Hegelian Dialectic at work where the ruling elite fictitiously identifies another enemy as the latest global problem threatening humanity, then reports false narrative lies as the reaction to said problem, in this case that the Zika virus is causing an epidemic of microcephaly – a medical condition that develops while in utero resulting in babies born with undersized heads and underdeveloped brains.
Getting kind of zick of this.
My view is that the $ickne$$ $cares serve several purposes. The first effect is simple fear, followed by certain large health conglomerates profiting from such. They also establish a narrative for martial law and mandatory vaccinations if needed. Harder to argue with a hazmat suit than it is law enforcement. It also reserves at the last a potential for global genocide; however, I think this unlikely. Yes, thousands, maybe even millions can be dispatched with tainted vaccines, but when all these scares boil down they are $imply $upplying an excu$e for vaccine makers to receive a pile of money. The epidemic passes, is dispatched down the memory hole, and is available for mental triggering later if needed. Murdering millions with vaccines will give them a bad name and make it that much harder to get you to roll up your sleeve. That's my humble opinion on the matter and agenda.
"Influenza remains a major health hazard in the United States, accounting for up to 49,000 deaths and 200,000 hospital visits a year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Eventually, vaccine makers like Sanofi Pasteur and GSK hope to develop and market so-called universal vaccines providing lifelong protection...."
And don't worry, I'm sure there is another superbug coming along the way now that the tropical weather is arriving.
Hey, WHO, how about that organ harvesting investigation, how's that going?