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UPDATE UPDATE !

The Zika virus is likely to spread across nearly all of the Americas, the World Health Organization has warned.
The infection, which causes symptoms including mild fever, conjunctivitis and headache, has already been found in 21 countries in the Caribbean, North and South America.
It has been linked to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains and some countries have advised women not to get pregnant.
No treatment or vaccine is available.

[link to www.bbc.com]


Brazil says the number of babies born with suspected microcephaly or abnormally small heads since October has now reached nearly 4,000.
In the worst affected area, about 1% of newborns have suspected microcephaly.
The Brazilian authorities believe the increase is caused by an outbreak of Zika virus. Just 150 babies were born with microcephaly in 2014.
The brain condition can be deadly or cause intellectual disability and developmental delays.

Colombia's health minister has advised women there to delay pregnancy.
Brazil's health ministry says there have been 3,893 suspected cases of microcephaly since October, when the authorities first noticed a surge, up from 3,500 in last week's report.

The link with Zika has not been confirmed, but a small number of babies who died had the virus in their brain and no other explanation for the surge in microcephaly has been suggested.

Zika is generally mild and only causes symptoms in one in five people. It is spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which also spreads dengue and chikungunya.

[link to www.bbc.com]

UPDATE :

Officials in four Latin American and Caribbean nations have warned women to avoid pregnancy amid concerns over an illness causing severe birth defects.
Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador and Jamaica recommended to delay pregnancies until more was known about the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

This followed an outbreak in Brazil.

Brazil said the number of babies born with suspected microcephaly - or abnormally small heads - had reached nearly 4,000 since October.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]



Zika’s alarming spread: CDC investigates link to paralyzing condition, adds 8 countries to travel warning


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which reported this week that a dozen cases of Zika virus have been confirmed in the United States, is expanding its advisory that pregnant women should avoid travel to countries currently seeing high rates of infection.

The agency's initial list contained 14 countries, but the CDC on Friday added eight more -- in South America, the Caribbean and Polynesia -- as places where the reach of the virus is growing.

The CDC now is working with authorities in Brazil to study a potential link between the mosquito-borne virus and a rare syndrome known as Guillain-Barré that can lead to paralysis. In Brazil, which is currently the epicenter of Zika, public health officials were already investigating a link between the virus and a rare birth condition called microcephaly. That country has seen nearly 3,900 suspected cases since October, with the babies involved suffering serious brain damage.

In recent days, several countries have taken drastic measures to try to combat the virus. Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador and Jamaica are all calling on women to consider delaying becoming pregnant.

So far, the known U.S. cases are of people who were traveling and likely bitten by mosquitoes while abroad -- but infectious disease experts say the rapid spread of the tropical virus in the Americas may mean an outbreak here.

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Holy shit....
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Wouldn't it be great if Bill Gates and all TPTB got bit!!!!
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I think this is total BS to some degree, but you gotta admit that getting bit by mosquitos is something probably 99.99999999% of humans share as an experience.
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Sweet Mother of Tiny Baby Heads! I'm glad I'm out of the baby making business.
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I think this is total BS to some degree, but you gotta admit that getting bit by mosquitos is something probably 99.99999999% of humans share as an experience.
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They took my arms in Puerto Rico. They also have another mosquito spreading ailment called Chikungunya virus. It's a nasty one too.
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I think this is total BS to some degree, but you gotta admit that getting bit by mosquitos is something probably 99.99999999% of humans share as an experience.
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BS and mind control indeed! More of this psy-op to come until the end of 2022. The global herd will be directed towards the south/southern hemisphere for the harvest. Do NOT follow the diaspora to the South!
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"Children of Men" comes to mind here.

Great movie, shot very well..I need to watch it again. In it, all women can not give birth. If you haven't seen it, it's a great look into how the world would turn out in a situation like this.
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Not to get off mosquito virus topic. But a lot of women that have kids, should not. Take a trip to any Walmart, trailer park, section eight housing apartment building or Hollywood. You have to have a permit to cut hair in America. But any cracked out woman can pop kids out her ass like Taco Bell.
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Visit Detroit, Chicago, or DC for even more acute examples of females who should receive free and/or mandatory sterilization.

buckwheat
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On the flip side. Visit Seattle or Portland and see examples of men who should receive mandatory sterilization. Though more then likely college educated and gainfully employed. Any male with a man bun, a drawer full of skinny jeans, is Hipster and has a "Feminism Is Being A Strong Man" bumper sticker should not breed.
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Oh fucking THIS in spades.

I mean, yes.
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New Tom Clancy game The Division out in a couple weeks is about a catastrophic pandemic that wipes out much of the population.
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see what happens when y'all when you people keep popping out kid's, now keep popping them out........
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Easy cure with a frequency..but the "system of idiots" won't allow that.
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The end of the Olympics and the end of modern humans.
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The end of the Olympics and the end of modern humans.
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the special Olympics will have a lot to work with . on the bright side.
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The end of the Olympics and the end of modern humans.
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the special Olympics will have a lot to work with . on the bright side.
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There will be only ''special'' people left to run the world.
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The end of the Olympics and the end of modern humans.
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the special Olympics will have a lot to work with . on the bright side.
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There will be only ''special'' people left to run the world.
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the world of the small head's. rofl
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The end of the Olympics and the end of modern humans.
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the special Olympics will have a lot to work with . on the bright side.
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There will be only ''special'' people left to run the world.
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the world of the small head's. rofl
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Like ""The Cone Heads""
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New Tom Clancy game The Division out in a couple weeks is about a catastrophic pandemic that wipes out much of the population.
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Creepy huh? And you have the "I am Legend" thread that has weird connections.
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VOTE TRUMP SO WE CAN SHUT DOWN THE BORDERS!!!
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Easy cure with a frequency..but the "system of idiots" won't allow that.
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If one doesn't have the genes and proper receiver capability - frequency won't make a bit of difference. Billions are going under. Accept it. Embrace it. It will make things easier than trying to fight a natural process of cleansing.
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The end of the Olympics and the end of modern humans.
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the special Olympics will have a lot to work with . on the bright side.
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There will be only ''special'' people left to run the world.
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the world of the small head's. rofl
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They won't even make it to age 10 without round the clock care and professional maintenance.

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im sure "They" will do whatever its possible to Spread it in North America. How convenient to tell woman to avoid getting pregnant for 2 years. Depopulation plan started
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they need something to use as an excuse to import more terrorist.
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UPDATE UPDATE !

The Zika virus is likely to spread across nearly all of the Americas, the World Health Organization has warned.
The infection, which causes symptoms including mild fever, conjunctivitis and headache, has already been found in 21 countries in the Caribbean, North and South America.
It has been linked to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains and some countries have advised women not to get pregnant.
No treatment or vaccine is available.

[link to www.bbc.com]


Brazil says the number of babies born with suspected microcephaly or abnormally small heads since October has now reached nearly 4,000.
In the worst affected area, about 1% of newborns have suspected microcephaly.
The Brazilian authorities believe the increase is caused by an outbreak of Zika virus. Just 150 babies were born with microcephaly in 2014.
The brain condition can be deadly or cause intellectual disability and developmental delays.

Colombia's health minister has advised women there to delay pregnancy.
Brazil's health ministry says there have been 3,893 suspected cases of microcephaly since October, when the authorities first noticed a surge, up from 3,500 in last week's report.

The link with Zika has not been confirmed, but a small number of babies who died had the virus in their brain and no other explanation for the surge in microcephaly has been suggested.

Zika is generally mild and only causes symptoms in one in five people. It is spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which also spreads dengue and chikungunya.

[link to www.bbc.com]

UPDATE :

Officials in four Latin American and Caribbean nations have warned women to avoid pregnancy amid concerns over an illness causing severe birth defects.
Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador and Jamaica recommended to delay pregnancies until more was known about the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

This followed an outbreak in Brazil.

Brazil said the number of babies born with suspected microcephaly - or abnormally small heads - had reached nearly 4,000 since October.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]



Zika’s alarming spread: CDC investigates link to paralyzing condition, adds 8 countries to travel warning


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which reported this week that a dozen cases of Zika virus have been confirmed in the United States, is expanding its advisory that pregnant women should avoid travel to countries currently seeing high rates of infection.

The agency's initial list contained 14 countries, but the CDC on Friday added eight more -- in South America, the Caribbean and Polynesia -- as places where the reach of the virus is growing.

The CDC now is working with authorities in Brazil to study a potential link between the mosquito-borne virus and a rare syndrome known as Guillain-Barré that can lead to paralysis. In Brazil, which is currently the epicenter of Zika, public health officials were already investigating a link between the virus and a rare birth condition called microcephaly. That country has seen nearly 3,900 suspected cases since October, with the babies involved suffering serious brain damage.

In recent days, several countries have taken drastic measures to try to combat the virus. Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador and Jamaica are all calling on women to consider delaying becoming pregnant.

So far, the known U.S. cases are of people who were traveling and likely bitten by mosquitoes while abroad -- but infectious disease experts say the rapid spread of the tropical virus in the Americas may mean an outbreak here.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com (secure)]

Holy shit....
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Wouldn't it be great if Bill Gates and all TPTB got bit!!!!
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did any of these travelers have to get special vaccine's or inoculations to travel to these area's?
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Hey OP, a few years ago there was a scientist from, I think, South Florida University that was working on the GM Mosquitos and she was found dead under suspicious circumstances.
Florida is our entry way for this stuff, they have had Dengue, Rabies and all sorts of other 3rd world diseases popping up down there. I graduated from Grad School down there and did my residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, I saw some stuff that was wild.
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Hey OP, a few years ago there was a scientist from, I think, South Florida University that was working on the GM Mosquitos and she was found dead under suspicious circumstances.
Florida is our entry way for this stuff, they have had Dengue, Rabies and all sorts of other 3rd world diseases popping up down there. I graduated from Grad School down there and did my residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, I saw some stuff that was wild.
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Yep, I can't say Miami is too high on my list of places to visit

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UPDATE UPDATE !

The Zika virus is likely to spread across nearly all of the Americas, the World Health Organization has warned.
The infection, which causes symptoms including mild fever, conjunctivitis and headache, has already been found in 21 countries in the Caribbean, North and South America.
It has been linked to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains and some countries have advised women not to get pregnant.
No treatment or vaccine is available.

[link to www.bbc.com]


Brazil says the number of babies born with suspected microcephaly or abnormally small heads since October has now reached nearly 4,000.
In the worst affected area, about 1% of newborns have suspected microcephaly.
The Brazilian authorities believe the increase is caused by an outbreak of Zika virus. Just 150 babies were born with microcephaly in 2014.
The brain condition can be deadly or cause intellectual disability and developmental delays.

Colombia's health minister has advised women there to delay pregnancy.
Brazil's health ministry says there have been 3,893 suspected cases of microcephaly since October, when the authorities first noticed a surge, up from 3,500 in last week's report.

The link with Zika has not been confirmed, but a small number of babies who died had the virus in their brain and no other explanation for the surge in microcephaly has been suggested.

Zika is generally mild and only causes symptoms in one in five people. It is spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which also spreads dengue and chikungunya.

[link to www.bbc.com]

UPDATE :

Officials in four Latin American and Caribbean nations have warned women to avoid pregnancy amid concerns over an illness causing severe birth defects.
Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador and Jamaica recommended to delay pregnancies until more was known about the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

This followed an outbreak in Brazil.

Brazil said the number of babies born with suspected microcephaly - or abnormally small heads - had reached nearly 4,000 since October.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]



Zika’s alarming spread: CDC investigates link to paralyzing condition, adds 8 countries to travel warning


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which reported this week that a dozen cases of Zika virus have been confirmed in the United States, is expanding its advisory that pregnant women should avoid travel to countries currently seeing high rates of infection.

The agency's initial list contained 14 countries, but the CDC on Friday added eight more -- in South America, the Caribbean and Polynesia -- as places where the reach of the virus is growing.

The CDC now is working with authorities in Brazil to study a potential link between the mosquito-borne virus and a rare syndrome known as Guillain-Barré that can lead to paralysis. In Brazil, which is currently the epicenter of Zika, public health officials were already investigating a link between the virus and a rare birth condition called microcephaly. That country has seen nearly 3,900 suspected cases since October, with the babies involved suffering serious brain damage.

In recent days, several countries have taken drastic measures to try to combat the virus. Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador and Jamaica are all calling on women to consider delaying becoming pregnant.

So far, the known U.S. cases are of people who were traveling and likely bitten by mosquitoes while abroad -- but infectious disease experts say the rapid spread of the tropical virus in the Americas may mean an outbreak here.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com (secure)]

Holy shit....
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ohlook
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The Arkansas Department of Health has just confirmed a resident has tested positive for Zika Virus.
The US Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC) told the department late yesterday afternoon that the infected resident recently traveled out of the country and had “a mild case of Zika”.

Originally discovered in Africa in the 1940s, the relatively-new disease first appeared in Brazil in May 2005.

According to the Arkansas health department's statement, the virus has since spread to at least 20 countries in Central and South America and the Caribbean.


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The Zika virus that is believed to cause brain damage in infants is spreading worldwide after its outbreak in Brazil. WHO says it is likely to spread across the Americas, and the first cases have also been detected in Europe.

15:17 GMT
Russian President Vladimir Putin has tasked the Health Ministry with developing a vaccine against the Zika virus and increasing cooperation with transport companies and air carriers top prevent its distribution around the globe.

“There's some other stuff that’s moving from Latin America; another virus, which is spread by mosquitoes. Mosquitoes, of course, won’t be able to fly over the ocean, but infected people can. The virus has already appeared in Europe,” the president said.

Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova assured the head of state that the situation around Zika virus has been “kept under scrutiny” since the start of the current outbreak.

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A total of 19 people have tested positive for Zika virus in Puerto Rico, although none were pregnant women, according to the island's health secretary.

“An infected person must have come, who infected a population of mosquitoes, which in turn infected a local population, permitting the spread of the disease,” Puerto Rico’s Health Secretary Ana Rius said, as quoted by France 24.
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Not to get off mosquito virus topic. But a lot of women that have kids, should not. Take a trip to any Walmart, trailer park, section eight housing apartment building or Hollywood. You have to have a permit to cut hair in America. But any cracked out woman can pop kids out her ass like Taco Bell.
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Visit Detroit, Chicago, or DC for even more acute examples of females who should receive free and/or mandatory sterilization.

:buckwheat:
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On the flip side. Visit Seattle or Portland and see examples of men who should receive mandatory sterilization. Though more then likely college educated and gainfully employed. Any male with a man bun, a drawer full of skinny jeans, is Hipster and has a "Feminism Is Being A Strong Man" bumper sticker should not breed.
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Oh fucking THIS in spades.

I mean, yes.
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Thankfully skinny jeans lower sperm count.
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Will this finally keep hispanics from having so many kids!?!?
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You have to get bitten for it to effect you right?
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For informed people .... Sometimes people's inability to use common sense baffles me. Cases in US are from people traveling, the virus hasn't spread to the US stop spreading non sense.





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