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<<Advancing Bird Flu-H5N1...Now following MERS and Ebola approaching PANDEMICS>>>
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[quote:arkay:MV8xNzc2Mjk3XzMzOTE0OTU1XzE3MTVBNTdE] On the 5th of October we reported this news of an outbreak of H1N1 in Nepal. [quote:arkay:MV8xNzc2Mjk3XzMzNzQ5NDI5XzU5QkFEQTFG] It appears that Nepal is having to deal with a new and serious outbreak of H1N1, the first since 2009. To date there have been 24 deaths from this outbreak. [i][b]Swine flu virus, called pandemic influenza A(H1N1)pdm9, has been detected in the Nepali capital and 3 other districts outside the capital, doctors at the Sukraraj Tropical & Infectious Disease Hospital in Kathmandu said Wednesday [3 Oct 2012]. Doctors confirmed the outbreak of swine flu virus [infection] after the virus was detected in blood samples collected in the capital and the country's mid-western districts of Chitwan, Sindhuli and Khotang. Prior to this outbreak, H1N1 virus was seen in Nepal in 2009. Doctor Gita Shakya, director of the National Public Health Laboratory of Kathmandu, said that people don't have to be worried about the disease as it can be cured if found in the preliminary stage. Dr. Shakya said the reason behind the resurgence of the virus in Nepal is that several districts of the country have recently been suffering from [an unidentified] viral fever. Doctors said so far over a dozen people died due to viral fever outbreaks in Nepal. "Of the total 24 deaths from viral fever, some of them might have died due to late diagnosis of the swine flu virus," Dr. Shakya said.[/b][/i] Link here... http://www.promedmail.org/ In the left menu under the heading... 03 Oct 2012 Influenza (96): Nepal (KT) H1N1pdm9 [/quote] Now we are seeing an fresh outbreak of H5N1 in the same region after a significant period of being free of this virus, which now appears to have been positively identified as H5N1. [i][b]Chickens culled in Nepal bird flu outbreakPosted 15 October 2012, 23:04 AEST Health workers in Nepal on Monday culled hundreds of chickens and destroyed eggs following an outbreak of bird flu in the capital Kathmandu, a government official said. Officials found the H5N1 strain of bird flu at a poultry farm on the outskirts of the city, where it was first detected 10 months ago.[/b][/i] Link here... http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/international/2012-10-15/chickens-culled-in-nepal-bird-flu-outbreak/1030896 [/quote]
I previously engaged in several threads regarding the potentially devestating potential of H5N1.
Some readers who havent even attempted to gain any sort of education have downvoted my thread to the point that no-one got the chance to read and learn, on a topic that I have been closely monitoring for several years, ever since the World Health Organization announced their concerns for it to go pandemic.
Now the following link is showing its steady but relentless advance and in all probability its eventual final evolutionary mutation to become an airborne dissease that will readily spread throughout humanity with devistating effects.
link to hisz.rsoe.hu
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