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Flu DEATHS up 65% in ONE week!
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01-10-2020, 10:36 PM #1
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Button up your overcoat...

US Flu deaths have soared - as a minimum - more than 65%, according to the Centers for Disease Control. This translates into 40% of all flu deaths taking place in a single week of the 13 week season thus far.

The CDC reports that between 4,800 and 12,500 deaths have been due to the flu and flu related causes.

In addition, 50% of all flu medical visits for this season occurred in the last week alone. (Week ending Jan. 4., 2020)


https://abc7news.com/flu-deaths-up-6525-in-I'm a spamming loser that can't afford advertising and posts on thenew-year-cdc-/5834888/
Whirling Bliss Machine Show this Post
01-11-2020, 05:42 AM #2
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In addition to flu deaths, physicians are seeing an increase in other types of viral infections. Of course this is sthe case because when 5G lowers biological voltage , we become vulnerable to every kind of infection including bacterial infections.

https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2020/0...lu-season/
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01-11-2020, 05:52 AM #3
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BTW, I predicted that these increases in viral infections would happen and went further that that. I guaranteed they would happen.

Not because I'm smart, but because physical law will NOT be denied. Two negatively charged bodies will repel each other. But take away the negative charge from the host and the negatively charged virus has a chance. Sometimes our cell will go all the way to being positively charged. When this happens the virus is attracted to that cell. BOOM! Our secondary immune system tries to fix it.

But when too many of our cells become positively charged, our secondary immune system can't keep up. BOOM! You've just got yourself a viral infection! It might be the flu or it could be a could or sinus infection.



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