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Originally posted by Cloudsinthesky
I remember you bashing me last night for posting info concerning Charleston........and here we are again....... It seems you question everyone and attempt to discredit.........Can I say DISINFO AGENT
Originally posted by 13Etznab
Paranoia... If you want lol. I think I have the right to ask questions. And YES I read the definitions and if I didn't mention them it because they were identical.
The definitions of Phase 5 and Phase 6 are very different from one another. Maybe you should read them again?
Originally posted by Chevalerous
Now I don't even trust WHO
Saturday, May 02, 2009 The state health department is grappling with a huge backlog of flu samples to test in its lab amid an international outbreak of swine flu. So far, 181 of the 2,492 nasal swabs sent from Texas counties have been tested, a spokesman said Friday.
The state lab was doing fine until Wednesday — when it no longer could keep up with just one testing machine, said Doug McBride, spokesman for the Department of State Health Services. Travis County medical providers sent more than 1,500 samples this week, many of which are not believed to be swine flu cases, but were sent in anyway at the urging of state health officials, local and state officials said.
Two new cases of swine flu have been confirmed in the UK, taking the total number of infected people to 15.