Saturday, September 20, 2014

Respiratory Virus maybe a Mole Planted in America.

Could this come home to
a school near you?
Conspiracies and theories lurk in every news tale. ***While the nation is sending troops to Liberia ( about 3000 estimated ) to "combat" the Ebola virus , right at our door steps is a serious puzzle .The rapid explosion of (1) > mystery virus (3)>  EV-D68 is sending hundreds of children to hospitals across Missouri, Colorado, Kansas, Utah and eight other states. "In Kansas City, about 475 children were recently treated at Children's Mercy Hospital, and at least 60 of them received intensive hospitalization," reports CNN. (1) Officials aren't sure why we're seeing such a rapid spread of Enterovirus D68 right now, or why it's so widespread. BUT the MYSTERY may have something to do with in other words, as of 2013, one year prior to the Obama administration encouraging and facilitating an influx of children from Latin America (primarily Central America) across the border, the U.S. government was well aware that when these children arrived they would be carrying with them a pathogen that accounts for a “substantial proportion of respiratory viruses identified in young people” living in Latin America, as well as a whole host of other viral maladies. Dr. Jane Orient, Executive Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, reported that the government has been “real tight-lipped” about the mysterious respiratory illness that has struck children in the United States, expressed concern that the illegal immigrant minors from Central America could be the source, and argued that the government should devote more resources to border security to combat the spread of disease on Wednesday’s “Laura Ingraham Show.” When asked whether illegal immigrant children who have been sent to various locations around the country could be the cause of the virus, she responded “Yes, they could be. We don’t know for sure the government is being real tight-lipped about this, and it only takes one infected child to infect the whole classroom.” HOW CONTAGIOUS is THIS? . (2)>  If you remember the H1N1 virus of a few years ago and SARS doctors at Columbus Public Health in Ohio said respiratory symptoms that typify this virus were the chief complaint of an average of 52 patients per da the hospital's emergency department.A good deal of the children hospitalized in the past few weeks due to this virus have tended to be those who have a history of asthma or wheezing. That's not true in all cases.The chief symptom of the virus is trouble breathing. If your child ever experiences difficulty breathing, it is urgent to get them to a hospital immediately.Though there is no anti-viralmedicine forEnterovirus-D68 and no vaccine, doctors across the country have said it is effectively treated in most cases through supportive care, including the administration of oxygen. Calling it a "rare" virus and a "mystery" virus", might be a good propaganda as in fear mongering , when it is neither. It was identified in 1968, which does not mean it was new then, only that it was identified then. It's probably been around in one form or another practically forever. This new "invasion" is most likely a little mutation, something viruses seem to do now and then, It is transmitted the same way that colds are – through droplets of fluids from infected persons and surfaces they touch.This virus, which has no vaccination. No antiviral medications have been shown effective in its control. Chances for severe illness increase if the person has other respiratory illnesses or conditions, such as asthma, tuberculosis, or others.The virus can be contagious before the infected person realizes that they are sick!

***This corrupt gov't thinks we are too stupid to figure this out on our own! I mean who wouldn't think of this first thing? Now our military is going to be exposed too EBOLA. What could possibly go wrong? How much more will we take???? (1) >As the Ebola outbreak rampages through Africa scientists are privately concerned the virus could mutate to become airborne, one expert has warned.So far 2,300 people have lost their lives to the disease with more than 4,300 cases recorded in West Africa in the last six months - the worst outbreak since the disease was discovered in 1976. The World Health Organisation has warned there may be thousands of new cases each week in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria by early October.Fifteen countries could be hit by the outbreak - putting the lives of 22 million people at risk, a new study has revealed.But behind closed doors, virologists fear what we have seen so far may be just the tip of the iceberg. (2)> Looking back I found another "curious" reference of another similar respiratory virus that was lurking in the Middle-east like Saudi Arabia : MERS is the viral respiratory illness caused by MERS-CoV. It was first reported in Saudi Arabia in 2012, and CDC, along with global health partners, has been closely monitoring it ever since.In May 2014, the first 2 imported cases of MERS-CoV were confirmed in the United States.[1] These cases were not linked, but both were healthcare workers who traveled to the United States from Saudi Arabia, where they are believed to have been infected.All reported cases to date have been directly or indirectly linked through residence or travel to countries in and near the Arabian Peninsula. Given the level of international travel, and based on the incidence of MERS-CoV in the Arabian Peninsula, imported cases in this country are not surprising! (3)> First, some simple facts. The “EV” in EV-D68 stands for “enterovirus.” The “D” signifies that this particular strain is in the enterovirus D genus, and the 68 means it’s the 68th such virus identified. So the scary sounding name is really just an identifier for what exactly we’re dealing with, not some super-secret code name or government designation.

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