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Flu cases in Japan have tripled IN ONE WEEK!
01-19-2019, 10:04 PM #1
Me? Incognito Anonymous
The total number of flu patients who were treated at medical institutions across the country during the week is estimated at some 1,635,000, nearly tripling from some 586,000 the previous week."

The prefecture of Aichi has been hit hardest, according to the article. A Google search indicates Aichi started testing driverless cars in November. Unfortunately the link is to a paid subscrition site with no additional info without subscribing. The effects of 5G are cumulative. It's possible that the testing has also intensified.

01-20-2019, 12:45 AM #2
Octo Mother Superior
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Meanwhile in Finland they expect a less severe flu season
01-20-2019, 04:36 AM #3
Me? Incognito Anonymous
(01-20-2019, 12:45 AM)Octo Wrote:  Meanwhile in Finland they expect a less severe flu season

Experts can predict anything (so I'll make one. lol) I'm confident that the flu this season will extend far beyond what has happened in any previous year into April and May. That's because the effects of the ions are cumulative and we are getting increased exposure from both 4G and 5G in many places. It's as simple as one plus one is two.

The CDC is reporting a jump in total flu cases from 7 million to ten million this week. That means there were 3 million additional cases in one week!! IOW, this fire is starting to kick ass and take names. Think about it. The season is about 16 weeks old with 30% of the cases brand new in one week.

That Japan's numbers tripling in a week is just mind boggling.

The industry has said they will roll out 5G cell phone service in the US in June. The timing is always subject to change. If they stay on schedule, expect both a long tail in the total flu cases and then a bump up despite warm weather.

It might be that other health ailments, such as skin problems and a variety of neurological ailments, that become the most prominient since the flu bug prefers cold weather. Let's not forget lots of heart attacks, too. Once the cell phones roll out, heart attacks will go through the roof.



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