by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:
Avian influenza, also known as “bird flu” is back and it’s allegedly in California, affecting poultry populations there. Avian influenza is a “highly pathogenic” viral disease that infects poultry and birds, and it is potentially transmissible to humans.
Cases have been detected by health “authorities” in San Benito County, according to local public health officials. The mainstream media and “officials” are still saying the risk to the public is low. However, the county’s Health and Human Services Agency is warning residents of the potential danger of handling or coming into close contact with a diseased or dead bird, the county said in a press release. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Bird flu viruses do not normally infect humans. However, sporadic human infections with bird flu viruses have occurred.”
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Bird flu could be a big deal, considering Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci funded research that claims the next “deadly pandemic” could be a bird flu virus.
But not to worry; because they are already putting together a “vaccine” for this one.
the recent avian influenza outbreak occurred at a commercial farm that deals with ducks and geese, San Benito County Epidemiologist Mallory Schmitt said. The disease is so contagious among birds, that a single detected case is considered an outbreak within the flock. “Multiple birds were noted to have a drop in egg production, and was an indicator that something might be wrong with the birds at this particular site,” Schmitt said. The sickly birds were tested, and tests came back positive for bird flu, according to a report by San Benito.
The ruling class is also going to preemptively take to destroying the food supply to “be safe.” They claim that killing all birds even if they aren’t sick is the only way to protect the birds from getting sick. All birds that came into contact with the infected animals at the site must be euthanized. “Otherwise, it will continue to spread throughout that population,” Schmitt said.
Transmission may occur directly from bird to bird or indirectly through people, animals, or contaminated objects. “Although rare, symptoms to be aware of include fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, conjunctivitis, headaches, runny or stuffy nose, muscle or body aches, or diarrhea. If you develop symptoms within 10 days of exposure to an infected animal, call your healthcare provider,” says a press release.