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BREAKING UPDATE April 21st, 2014 / 421st case / 145 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 228 Cases, 92 deaths

 
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Hundreds of pigs and dozens of dogs died overnight in central China's Henan Province, apparently victims of a chemical gas leak from an under-fire factory after local authorities excluded the possibility of H7N9 infection, local media reported.

A total of 238 pigs and 89 dogs have been confirmed dead after local villagers found the carcasses and reported the deaths on Monday morning, a government official in Shanhua Town in Yanshi City said.
[link to www.whatsonxiamen.com]
Everything's dropping dead very worrying
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this makes me think bubonic plague many people died of hunger as animals also died during that plague bump
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the only thing to do is get your self in the best position you can , fill up your tank ,a reserve and get prepared to hunker down when it hits , almost impossible as most people need to work ,
Though saying that ...hopefully they will ban gatherings as soon as it hits europe ,
Schools will close and probably most government offices,I think a lot of people do not realise how much this could impact there lives
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Yep, very true. We stocked masks/gloves/hand sanitizer for our employees years ago as a "just in case". I bet this isn't even on the radar for most employers.


sorry typo thankfully not thank fully






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Unless you pull your kids out of school, don't go to work, don't go shopping, stay home and live on supplies you already have, there is no way to avoid a pandemic flu outbreak, no way, you will be exposed sooner or later.
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Thank fully my children have been out of school for some time now ,
as we tend to relocate quite ofton
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This thing will burn its self out, it is not stable, as it mutates 8 times faster than normal. Before you know it it will have mutated so far from its original form that it only infects flamingos and giraffes.
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This thing will burn its self out, it is not stable, as it mutates 8 times faster than normal. Before you know it it will have mutated so far from its original form that it only infects flamingos and giraffes.
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I really hope so ....but believe it will pay humans a visit before then
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If i see positive moves to see the international spread of this virus I would e more inclined to relax , how ever the last minute closing the door after the horse has bolted is alarming
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Exactly. This is the very thing that worries me.
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the only thing to do is get your self in the best position you can , fill up your tank ,a reserve and get prepared to hunker down when it hits , almost impossible as most people need to work ,
Though saying that ...hopefully they will ban gatherings as soon as it hits europe ,
Schools will close and probably most government offices,I think a lot of people do not realise how much this could impact there lives
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If it goes human to human it will travel everywhere planes do- Europe and the US will get it at the same time.
Sorry to be so negative, but they don't call it pandemic for nothing.
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I managed to avoid the h1n1 in fact I have only had flu once in 10 years
and i don't take vaccines I think staying positive is an important part of survival
along with preparation , when it breaks here in uk we have plans to move out of the city thankfully family in countryside ....
nearest neighbours 1 mile away
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Updated: Monday, 29 April, 2013 at 02:10 UTC
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The number of confirmed H7N9 bird flu cases in mainland China stood at 120 as of yesterday at 7 p.m. Beijing time, according to China National Radio. The number of dead was 23. The latest case of the deadly new flu includes the first illness in Hunan Province. Cases continued to rise after World Health Organization officials this week concluded a trip to China and lauded the country's efforts to control the deadly new flu. Consumers have been wary of chicken, even though the government says cooked meat is safe. Yum!, the U.S. operator of the KFC fried chicken chain that has relied on China for much of its growth in recent years, has been hit with a decline in KFC sales in the country. The disease has continued to spread from the eastern China area where it was first discovered. Taiwan also reported its first case this week. China's government claims sovereignty over Taiwan, and mainland media have combined Taiwan with the mainland's H7N9 total number of cases.
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"The biggest technical obstacle for prevention is that we don't know where the virus-carrying birds are or where they will go," Xu said, adding that the epidemic is not likely to disappear soon.

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Hong Kong Scrambles To Stop Bird Flu As 4 Million Mainland Tourists Visit by @qz [link to read.bi]
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Taiwan reinforces H7N9 prevention measures
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China reports 24th death (?) from h7n9
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Hundreds of pigs and dozens of dogs died overnight in central China's Henan Province, apparently victims of a chemical gas leak from an under-fire factory after local authorities excluded the possibility of H7N9 infection, local media reported.

A total of 238 pigs and 89 dogs have been confirmed dead after local villagers found the carcasses and reported the deaths on Monday morning, a government official in Shanhua Town in Yanshi City said.
[link to www.whatsonxiamen.com]
Everything's dropping dead very worrying
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this makes me think bubonic plague many people died of hunger as animals also died during that plague bump
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I never thought of food shortage in this way before.
I read somewhere today that they found a bird that tested positive for h7n9 in Hong Kong, so there will be another massive kull there I suppose.
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China reports 24th death (?) from h7n9
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Huh?...I'm sure we hit 24 already.
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As of 9pm today, a total of 125 cases have been laboratory confirmed with avian influenza A (H7N9) in the Mainland, which included Zhejiang (46 cases), Shanghai (33 cases), Jiangsu (27 cases), Anhui (four cases), Henan (four cases), Jiangxi (five cases), Fujian (two cases), Shandong (two cases), Beijing (one case) and Hunan (one case).

Members of the public should remain vigilant and are reminded to take heed of the following preventive advice against avian influenza:

* Poultry and eggs should be thoroughly cooked before eating;
* Wash hands frequently with soap, especially before touching the mouth, nose or eyes, handling food or eating, after going to toilet, touching public installations or equipment such as escalator handrails, elevator control panels or door knobs, or when hands are dirtied by respiratory secretions after coughing or sneezing;
* Cover the nose and mouth while sneezing or coughing, hold the spit with tissue and put it into covered dustbins;
* Avoid crowded places and contact with fever patients; and
* Wear a mask when respiratory symptoms develop or you need to take care of fever patients.
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China reports 24th death (?) from h7n9
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Huh?...I'm sure we hit 24 already.
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On Sunday there were reports of 126 infected, it's getting harder to find info on correct numbers.
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China reports 24th death (?) from h7n9
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Huh?...I'm sure we hit 24 already.
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I know, that's what I thought too.
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"The biggest technical obstacle for prevention is that we don't know where the virus-carrying birds are or where they will go," Xu said, adding that the epidemic is not likely to disappear soon.

[link to www.scmp.com]
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I think it very weird that a lot of the infected first report fever and diarrhea, so maybe it doesn't enter in the lungs first maybe it is on food, greens not cooked or not cooked enough??? Maybe they are test swabbing the wrong end!dribble
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China reports 24th death (?) from h7n9
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Huh?...I'm sure we hit 24 already.
 Quoting: Wash


On Sunday there were reports of 126 infected, it's getting harder to find info on correct numbers.
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Hey, I think someone has slowed the flow of info. One case a day from each province?????wtf
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By the way- good morning everyone.
I have enjoyed particapating in this thread, but I have an old girlfriend coming to live w/ me tomorrow. She has cancer and has to do chemo for 12 wks.So I will take care of her during this hellish time, I will try to keep an eye here, but will be very busy w/ her. I am esp. worried about this flu, because she will be immune compromised, so everything I know about infection control will be played out here at my home even before this flu goes H2H ( if it does).Gloves, mask, gown, goggles wash hands until they just about fall off.
Anyway, wish her luck for me. and I will see you all when I can, thanks!hiflower
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Frightening evolution: China reports new bird flu case spreads to Hunan province: 23 dead

'...Flu mutating 8 times faster than any flu virus known: The new bird flu could be mutating up to eight times faster than an average flu virus around a protein that binds it to humans, a team of research scientists in Shenzhen says. Dr .He Jiankui, an associate professor at South University of Science and Technology of China, said yesterday that the authorities should be alarmed by the results of their research and step up monitoring and control efforts to prevent a possible pandemic. With genetic code of the virus obtained from mainland authorities, the team scrutinized haemagglutinin, a protein that plays a crucial rule in the process of infection...'

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

World’s leading virologist warns of potential human-to-human transmission of H7N9

'April 29, 2013 – CHINA – There is no evidence that the deadly H7N9 bird flu has yet spread between humans in China but health authorities must be ready for the virus to mutate at any time, a top US virologist has warned. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), said officials in China had studied more than 1,000 close contacts of confirmed cases and not found any evidence of human-to-human transmission. “That is powerful evidence because if you had a thousand contacts with someone with the flu you would be pretty sure some of them would have been infected,” Fauci said in an interview with AFP. Nevertheless, Fauci cautioned that authorities needed to be ready for the possibility of the virus mutating and spreading between humans. “It’s unpredictable as are all the influenza. One of the things we need to be concerned about is this might gain the capability of going human-to-human which up to this point has not happened and is somewhat encouraging news,” Fauci said. “But we still need to be very prepared for the eventuality of that happening.”'

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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By the way- good morning everyone.
I have enjoyed particapating in this thread, but I have an old girlfriend coming to live w/ me tomorrow. She has cancer and has to do chemo for 12 wks.So I will take care of her during this hellish time, I will try to keep an eye here, but will be very busy w/ her. I am esp. worried about this flu, because she will be immune compromised, so everything I know about infection control will be played out here at my home even before this flu goes H2H ( if it does).Gloves, mask, gown, goggles wash hands until they just about fall off.
Anyway, wish her luck for me. and I will see you all when I can, thanks!hiflower
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Best of luck to both of you!! Sounds like she'll be in excellent hands.
My prayers will be with you both.
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By the way- good morning everyone.
I have enjoyed particapating in this thread, but I have an old girlfriend coming to live w/ me tomorrow. She has cancer and has to do chemo for 12 wks.So I will take care of her during this hellish time, I will try to keep an eye here, but will be very busy w/ her. I am esp. worried about this flu, because she will be immune compromised, so everything I know about infection control will be played out here at my home even before this flu goes H2H ( if it does).Gloves, mask, gown, goggles wash hands until they just about fall off.
Anyway, wish her luck for me. and I will see you all when I can, thanks!hiflower
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spider your a really great guy really hope all goes well for this young lady and yourself , let us now how things go smile_kisshugs
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Chinese health officials say the 4-year-old son of a man infected with a new strain of bird flu has also caught the virus.
The H7N9 virus has infected 126 people in China.
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World’s leading virologist warns of potential human-to-human transmission of H7N9

Posted on April 29, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

The next pandemic? The Spanish Flu Influenza killed 50 to 100 million people in the 1918 outbreak and it only had a mortality rate of 2%. H7N9 arrives with a mortality rate of 20%. Scientists are already calling the virus one of the most lethal ever seen. The consequences for the human race of human-to-human transmission and further mutations of the virus are ‘unthinkable.’

April 29, 2013 – CHINA – There is no evidence that the deadly H7N9 bird flu has yet spread between humans in China but health authorities must be ready for the virus to mutate at any time, a top US virologist has warned. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), said officials in China had studied more than 1,000 close contacts of confirmed cases and not found any evidence of human-to-human transmission. “That is powerful evidence because if you had a thousand contacts with someone with the flu you would be pretty sure some of them would have been infected,” Fauci said in an interview with AFP. Nevertheless, Fauci cautioned that authorities needed to be ready for the possibility of the virus mutating and spreading between humans. “It’s unpredictable as are all the influenza. One of the things we need to be concerned about is this might gain the capability of going human-to-human which up to this point has not happened and is somewhat encouraging news,” Fauci said. “But we still need to be very prepared for the eventuality of that happening.” Researchers are already developing a diagnostic test to identify H7N9, along with a vaccine, with clinical trials due in July or August. “Work is under way on making a diagnostic test to be able to pick it up quickly,” Fauci said. “We have already started on an early development of a vaccine as we did with H5N1 years ago… Hopefully, we will never have to use it.” More than 110 people in mainland China have been confirmed to be infected with H7N9, with 23 deaths, since Beijing announced on March 31 that the virus had been found in humans. Most of the cases have been located in eastern China, although Taiwan has reported one case. Another case has been found in southern China, while Chinese officials confirmed a further outbreak in the central province of Hunan. Chinese authorities have identified poultry as the source of the virus and have confirmed that patients became sick from contact with infected live fowl. A visiting team from the World Health Organization, which wrapped up a week-long visit to China on Wednesday, said there had been no human-to-human transmission but warned H7N9 was “one of the most lethal” influenza viruses ever seen. Fauci praised Beijing for its handling of the current crisis, contrasting it to the response of the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome in 2002-2003, when China stood accused of covering-up the scale of the crisis. “It was not the case with SARS in 2003 but the transparency has been excellent,” Fauci said. “I am quite satisfied with the Chinese response.” Fauci likened the current H7N9 strain of bird flu “in some respects” to the H5N1 bird flu strain of several years ago. “The similarities are that it is fundamentally a chicken or bird flu that jumps from chicken to humans and is quite severe when it infects humans,” he said. However, Fauci added: “The difference between H7N9 and H5N1, is that H5N1 kills chickens very rapidly so it is easy to identify where the infected flocks of chickens are. H7N9 doesn’t make the chicken sick, so it has been difficult to pinpoint where the infected chickens are.” There have been 566 confirmed cases of the H5N1 strain of bird flu, which killed 332 people in the world — a mortality rate of 58 percent, compared to 20 percent for the H7N9 bird flu strain. The H1N1 “swine flu” pandemic in 2009, which appeared in Mexico at the same time of year as the H7N9, eventually infected 60 million people throughout the world and killed more than 12,000. The 1918 Spanish flu, which has been called one of the deadliest plagues in human history (killing 5% of the world’s population), had a mortality rate of only two percent. –France 24 [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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World’s leading virologist warns of potential human-to-human transmission of H7N9

Posted on April 29, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

The next pandemic? The Spanish Flu Influenza killed 50 to 100 million people in the 1918 outbreak and it only had a mortality rate of 2%. H7N9 arrives with a mortality rate of 20%. Scientists are already calling the virus one of the most lethal ever seen. The consequences for the human race of human-to-human transmission and further mutations of the virus are ‘unthinkable.’

April 29, 2013 – CHINA – There is no evidence that the deadly H7N9 bird flu has yet spread between humans in China but health authorities must be ready for the virus to mutate at any time, a top US virologist has warned. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), said officials in China had studied more than 1,000 close contacts of confirmed cases and not found any evidence of human-to-human transmission. “That is powerful evidence because if you had a thousand contacts with someone with the flu you would be pretty sure some of them would have been infected,” Fauci said in an interview with AFP. Nevertheless, Fauci cautioned that authorities needed to be ready for the possibility of the virus mutating and spreading between humans. “It’s unpredictable as are all the influenza. One of the things we need to be concerned about is this might gain the capability of going human-to-human which up to this point has not happened and is somewhat encouraging news,” Fauci said. “But we still need to be very prepared for the eventuality of that happening.” Researchers are already developing a diagnostic test to identify H7N9, along with a vaccine, with clinical trials due in July or August. “Work is under way on making a diagnostic test to be able to pick it up quickly,” Fauci said. “We have already started on an early development of a vaccine as we did with H5N1 years ago… Hopefully, we will never have to use it.” More than 110 people in mainland China have been confirmed to be infected with H7N9, with 23 deaths, since Beijing announced on March 31 that the virus had been found in humans. Most of the cases have been located in eastern China, although Taiwan has reported one case. Another case has been found in southern China, while Chinese officials confirmed a further outbreak in the central province of Hunan. Chinese authorities have identified poultry as the source of the virus and have confirmed that patients became sick from contact with infected live fowl. A visiting team from the World Health Organization, which wrapped up a week-long visit to China on Wednesday, said there had been no human-to-human transmission but warned H7N9 was “one of the most lethal” influenza viruses ever seen. Fauci praised Beijing for its handling of the current crisis, contrasting it to the response of the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome in 2002-2003, when China stood accused of covering-up the scale of the crisis. “It was not the case with SARS in 2003 but the transparency has been excellent,” Fauci said. “I am quite satisfied with the Chinese response.” Fauci likened the current H7N9 strain of bird flu “in some respects” to the H5N1 bird flu strain of several years ago. “The similarities are that it is fundamentally a chicken or bird flu that jumps from chicken to humans and is quite severe when it infects humans,” he said. However, Fauci added: “The difference between H7N9 and H5N1, is that H5N1 kills chickens very rapidly so it is easy to identify where the infected flocks of chickens are. H7N9 doesn’t make the chicken sick, so it has been difficult to pinpoint where the infected chickens are.” There have been 566 confirmed cases of the H5N1 strain of bird flu, which killed 332 people in the world — a mortality rate of 58 percent, compared to 20 percent for the H7N9 bird flu strain. The H1N1 “swine flu” pandemic in 2009, which appeared in Mexico at the same time of year as the H7N9, eventually infected 60 million people throughout the world and killed more than 12,000. The 1918 Spanish flu, which has been called one of the deadliest plagues in human history (killing 5% of the world’s population), had a mortality rate of only two percent. –France 24 [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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If it mutates enough to easily go H2H, I have to wonder how the world will react? How will Govts react?
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I have not read this whole thread... so I do not know if this has been mentioned yet.

There is a thread today about "Ed Dames Killshot update." You can locate it by searching the word "killshot".

Ed Dames begins speaking around One hour and sixteen minute into the two hour video from coast-coast. Ed Danes is a world renown remote viewer and he specifically talks about this virus in which it becomes a global pandemic.

He also states that this virus will die by taking "12 drops of oil of oregano" and putting it into a one gallon jug of water. He says to shake it up and the drink only this water until well.
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By the way- good morning everyone.
I have enjoyed particapating in this thread, but I have an old girlfriend coming to live w/ me tomorrow. She has cancer and has to do chemo for 12 wks.So I will take care of her during this hellish time, I will try to keep an eye here, but will be very busy w/ her. I am esp. worried about this flu, because she will be immune compromised, so everything I know about infection control will be played out here at my home even before this flu goes H2H ( if it does).Gloves, mask, gown, goggles wash hands until they just about fall off.
Anyway, wish her luck for me. and I will see you all when I can, thanks!hiflower
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The very best of luck to your friend from the bottom of my heart.
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To date, a total of 126 laboratory-confirmed cases of human infection with avian influenza A(H7N9) virus including 24 deaths have been reported to WHO. Contacts of the confirmed cases are being closely monitored.

The authorities in the affected locations continue to implement prevention and control measures.

Investigations into the possible sources of infection and reservoirs of the virus are ongoing. Until the source of infection has been identified and controlled, it is expected that there will be further cases of human infection with the virus.
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their still effective ...[se if they have charcoal in them]but to really "fight a virus you must know its transmission characteristics ans survival range .. temp chemicals ..ect. spray sanitizer .. find out about the counties policy on quarantine and emergency home schooling.. stock up on grain meals ect..

I couldn't imagine dying that way. I know when I have had asthma attacks, it is a frightening feeling of drowning and gasping for air... this would be ten fold, to say it lightly.

Is it too early to start ordering new face masks? As well as a slew load of other shit? Better to do now, then wait until everything is unavailable?
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get prepared as much as you can , try to avoid public transport , stock up on food , try looking at a site millennium ark for food water storage ideas good luck
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I am as prepared as a freakoid mother can be, with out her husband wanting to push her into a "helpful environment".

I already have N95 masks.. but it shows an expiration date??? how good are they actually, past the expiration?
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