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Originally posted by observer
Originally posted by skitzspiricy
Originally posted by IamNow
reply to post by captiva
Yea I'm with you on this one, 36.000 people die a year from garden flu, why no "Breaking News" on that one. Something isn't right and I don't see the need for all this panic.
There's either an ultria motive or we are not being told the full story in regards to spread and deaths.
To add to this I am worried because I feel we are not being told everything (which could be partially good, seeing how humans like to run wild with panic). What causes alarm for me even more, however, is something I heard Sec. Nepolitano (DHS, U.S.) say last night... that being that "35,000 people die from regular flu in the U.S. every year... and this is not regular flu." So what? This is gonna be a lot worse? I don't like being in the dark!
Everyone be safe and cautious but DON'T PANIC [Douglas Adams]
In fact I could give a rats about Scotland because hundreds are dying right now in Mexico.
Originally posted by TheCoffinman
Australia has toughened rules so authorities can detain people suspected of being infected.
The world has no vaccine to prevent infection but U.S. health officials aim to have a key ingredient for one ready in early May, the big step that vaccine manufacturers are awaiting.
But even if the World Health Organization ordered up emergency vaccine supplies — and that decision hasn't been made yet — it would take at least two more months to produce the initial shots needed for human safety testing.