Meanwhile, Louisville was having a mild flu season up until Dec. 21st when a taste of 5G was added to their menu. Since then, confirmed cases of the flu has exploded. Within weeks they had four times the number of confirmed flu cases as the previous record setting year nationwide.
In the next two weeks, Louisville recorded more than a doubling from 881 cases to over 2,000. Three weeks after that, their flu cases have doubled again to over 4,000 cases.
It is often difficult to get information about particular cities, with Austin being a prime example. Last year Austin had triple to 10 times as many flu deaths as any of the previous 12 years. I was tracking their week to week data at the Travis County Health Department website. Austin is by far the largest city in Travis County. Week after week, they dutifully reported their updates - until March. Theat's when their information changed greatly in two separate weeks. Their mid April report hid the death toll!
Sacramento is another location that reveals nothing about their flu situation. Verizon installed six towers in Sacramento in a city of about two million.
Austin got it's first bit of 5G in 2017, far ahead of almost everywhere.
The pattern looks pretty clear: add 5G in the least way, and you'll see a big increase iin the flu. Can we really afford to find out what will happen when families are exposed to far more 5G in place?