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Swine Flu H1N1 - It's back 110 Confirmed Cases Mexico! 333 Cases Nation Wide!!

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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:16 AM
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This sounds pretty scary - but I wonder will it be like the last one when they warned of a Global outbreak of the Swine Flu? Or is this scare tactics to get everyone to rush for the vaccine?

I must admit - reading the article - I didn't realize there were so many deaths at the last outbreak.



TextJanuary 22, 2012 – MEXICO – An outbreak of A(H1N1) swine flu claimed the lives of two people — 19 and 21 years old — in Mexico’s capital in the first weeks of the year, health authorities said Saturday. The health secretary of Mexico’s Federal District, Armando Ahued, said there were 138 confirmed cases of the flu, including 110 cases of A(H1N1), a novel strain of the swine flu that was first detected in 2009. Nationwide, 333 cases of the virus have been confirmed, the federal


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Greece has also confirmed cases - read more at the above link.




posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:20 AM
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Same here. That 17k number surprised me quite a bit. I'm wondering if people will even pay attention to it this time. I wonder if it will turn into something nastier this time.

Also, to have it show up in two different places on different continents at the same time is as funky as a 3 dollar bill.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:22 AM
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Surely they must have kept those number quiet last time - I was under the impression that globally there were only about one hundred cases but can't remember properly???

Yes jumping continents is a frightening scenario!!!



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:33 AM
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I don't think its scary swine flu is or at least was the predominate strain of flu if you get flu you probably have swine flu.
www.thisishullandeastriding.co.uk...

If you've got flu, it's probably swine flu
Saturday, January 01, 2011
SWINE flu is the predominant strain of flu this year.

It is normal for the strain that caused a pandemic to become the predominant strain during the next winter flu season.

Swine flu caused a flu pandemic in 2009-2010.

It has now been included in the 2010-11 seasonal flu vaccine.

People with swine flu typically have a fever or high temperature of more than 38C and may also have aching muscles, sore throat or a dry cough.

As it is now classed as part of seasonal flu, the symptoms are very similar.
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:53 AM
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This is where I think we should be keeping a close eye. www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:55 AM
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I remember all the scare about it but it didn't materialize hence, there wasn't a Pandemic after all.

Yet they're talking in the article about the Pandemic so - I'm not sure what to think??



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 05:29 AM
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 06:49 AM
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Well, i remember here in Australia, they were trying to freak out the public with mass scare campaigns and stuff saying that it would return in 2011 with significat deaths, no such Flu materialised last year.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 07:50 AM
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11? 333? Really?

Somebody has got their favorite occult numbers going on



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 09:41 AM
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Well, I tallied it by posted articles for each state-province in Mexico (although not all states have articles, nor stats reported for H1N1). I'm 2 days off from the original article for the thread, but counting ....

399 confirmed H1N1 cases, additional 214 cases suspected H1N1 (but not confirmed) total of 613 cases

Mexico State-by-State H1N1 based off articles are as follows:

15 cases Baya California Sur 1-18-2012, additional suspected case 1-17-2012
14 suspected cases Chihuahua 1-21-2012
1 cases Coahuila 1-23-2012
5 cases (2 deaths, 3 suspected) Colima 1-13-2012
111 cases Distrito Federal 1-20-2012, 4 deaths, 1 case in nephew of President
35 cases (all verified) Hidalgo 1-21-2012, 2 deaths (1-12-2012)
36 cases, 1 death Jalisco 1-23-2012
7 cases, 2 deaths in Mexico State (Toluca) 1-14-2012
8 cases, 1 death Michoacan 1-20-2012
19 cases confirmed, additional 49 cases suspected Morelos 1-23-2012
9 cases Nuevo Leon 1-22-2012
57 cases confirmed, 1 death Oaxaca 1-19-2012
68 cases confirmed Puebla 1-23-2012
19 cases confirmed, 90 additional suspected cases Queretaro 1-23-2012
2 suspected cases Sinaloa 1-3-2012
3 cases confirmed Sonora 1-22-2012
2 cases Tabasco 1-15-2012
7 cases confirmed (12-29-2011), 2 deaths, 45 suspected cases Tlaxcala 1-19-2012
10 suspected cases, not confirmed Yucatan 1-7-2012

Mexico H1N1 Tracking of Articles



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 10:40 PM
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Nice work, but you miss the point. The numbers always shift, but the first numbers reported usually have occult significance like 333.



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:50 PM
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Originally posted by tarifa37
This is where I think we should be keeping a close eye. www.abovetopsecret.com...


Erm. H5N1 bird flu is endemic in Indonesia, Egypt, Vietnam and Cambodia - and it's co-infecting hosts with H1N1 swine flu. Egypt and Indonesia are launching major efforts to stop H5N1 - India's getting onboard too. But the World Health Organization says, "Problem, what problem? There's no problem."


INDONESIA: Bird flu deaths raise red flags

...WHO said so far, transmission of H5N1 viruses from animals to humans had only resulted in sporadic human cases or small clusters among close contacts, with no evidence of community-level spread.

"These sporadic human cases and small clusters of human infection with variant influenza viruses are expected and are not considered unusual, and do not change WHO's current assessment of pandemic risk," WHO said in a statement released in December.


Check out Flu Watch 2012. Feel free to post any updates you have.






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