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IT BEGINS? WHO Announces “First Death From Bird Flu”


The WHO recently announced that the 1st person to die from H5N2 bird flu; it was a man in Mexico.

This isn’t a different strain from the one found in US dairy cows. That’s H5N1.

(Hold for dramatic pause, let the tension build, stoke up the fear)

Funny thing is, the WHO left out some important facts.

He had numerous underlying medical conditions. And his kidneys weren’t working.

Also, Mexico’s Health Secretary, Jorge Alcocer, rejected the WHO’s claim.

He pointed out that he “died from other causes, mainly kidney and respiratory failure.”

Uh-oh. The WHO isn’t going to like this.

Associated Press reports on what the WHO claims:

A man’s death in Mexico was caused by a strain of bird flu called H5N2 that has never before been found in a human, the World Health Organization said Wednesday.

The WHO said it wasn’t clear how the man became infected, although H5N2 has been reported in poultry in Mexico.

There are numerous types of bird flu. H5N2 is not the same strain that has infected multiple dairy cow herds in the U.S. That strain is called H5N1 and three farmworkers have gotten mild infections.

Other bird flu varieties have killed people across the world in previous years, including 18 people in China during an outbreak of H5N6 in 2021, according to a timeline of bird flu outbreaks from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Mexican health officials alerted the WHO that a 59-year-old man who died in a Mexico City hospital had the virus despite no known exposure to poultry or other animals.

According to family members, the WHO release said, the patient had been bedridden for unrelated reasons before developing a fever, shortness of breath and diarrhea on April 17. Mexico’s public health department said in a statement that he had underlying ailments, including chronic kidney failure, diabetes and high blood pressure.

Hospital care was sought on April 24 and the man died the same day.

Initial tests showed an unidentified type of flu that subsequent weeks of lab testing confirmed was H5N2.

Here’s Jorge Alcocer rejecting the WHO’s claim:

Funny how there’s so much concern for the 1 or 2 people with bird flu.

But those 2 MILLION + people with vaccine injuries? Eh, it’s no big deal.

I wonder if this bird flu is also linked to some kind of lab leak like COVID?

Well, whaddya know?

Let’s place some bets.

When do you think they’ll announce the 2nd “victim”?

A. Within 7 days

B. In 10 days

C. In 14 days

D. In 21 days

Leave you answer below.

Let’s bookmark this page and come back as soon as the WHO decides to tell us their next story.



 

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