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European health officials say there are signs that the outbreak of a deadly strain of E. coli is stabilising.
They said that despite nearly 200 new cases in Germany - the centre of the outbreak - in the first two days of June, infection rates were dropping.
However, one doctor cautioned: "It may be less, but it's not over yet."
Originally posted by RizeorDie
you are entitled to your own opinion as far as the origin of the E. coli bacterium goes as you cant prove if its natural or man made as of yet.
as far as stability goes, the german national disease center themselves said that it will take 3 months for them to be sure on how far the disease will go, whether it will decrease or increase, it needs 3 months for them to be sure.
its still way too early to make claims.