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San Diego: Flu Season Still Going Strong, Hepatitis A Outbreak NOT CONTAINED

It’s shaping up to be a rough year for those living in San Diego.  With the flu season still going strong in the area, their Hepatitis A outbreak is also not yet contained. This flu season was especially hard on the city of San Diego. The city boasted a record 20,131 influenza cases and 326 deaths all […]

Humanity’s WIPEOUT Foreshadowed? World Health Chief: Global Pandemic Imminent

According to a World Health Organization doctor, a global pandemic is imminent, and no one will be prepared for it when it hits. Dr. Tedros Adhanom, director-general for WHO, has said that the next outbreak that will hit us will be a “terrible” one, causing a large death all over the world. “Humanity is more vulnerable in […]

What Everyone Should Know About the New Quarantine Regulation

Via The Daily Bell Imagine men in bleach white bio suits with medical masks show up at your door. You are suspected of carrying a communicable disease. You will now be arrested and held without due process, indefinitely. The government could do this any day. They have the “authority”. They have the personnel. They have […]

Manhattan in darkness, 14ft flooding and infrastructure grinds to a halt… and now come the rats

dailymail.co.uk / By Louise Boyle / October 30, 2012 Rats scurrying to escape rising floodwaters in New York could spread diseases as they infest new areas, according to a nature expert. A 13ft wall of water caused by the storm surge and high tides have caused severe flooding to subways and road tunnels in the city […]