posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 01:46 AM
reply to post by Samuarl
This theory doesn't take into account the BBC eyewitness reports from Mexican doctors, who were vaccinated AND still fell ill and (in a few cases)
I'm sure some people would wait until the last minute before seeking medical advice - I certainly would be among those. But do you really think
doctors wouldn't take appropriate precautions, knowing what was at risk?
It is too easy to resort to the conclusion (media doesn't help) that all Mexican swine flu casualties are country bumpkins who don't know any better
- instead of the many students, professionals and medical folk who live there and who have been infected.
While I'm sure there are some poor unlucky ppl who don't have access to decent health care, that doesn't seem to be the case for everyone. Just
trying to point out that the answer to why there are swine flu deaths in Mexico and not elsewhere, may be more complex than we think.
I am thinking possibly a combination of mutated strain and affected numbers.