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Sure enough...there is a hepatitis A outbreak in GA
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04-23-2019, 07:01 AM #1
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Reorted 5 hours ago: "In a normal year, Dr. Vazquez says Georgia sees 60 to 70 cases of Hepatitis A. This year, they've already seen 190 cases in the past three months."

https://www.wrdw.com/content/news/Lookin...15401.html

Folks, that is a minimum of a 1,085% increase over the average for the wholse state which was also hit hard by the flu this year..

Georgia is not alone! Florida is also getting hammered according to a news stroy from seven hours ago:

"The outbreak of the contagious liver disease began in 2018 and has accelerated this year. As of April 13, the state had 811 cases this year, topping the 548 cases reported in all of 2018.

"By comparison, the state had 122 cases in 2016 and 276 cases in 2017.The outbreak of the contagious liver disease began in 2018 and has accelerated this year. As of April 13, the state had 811 cases this year, topping the 548 cases reported in all of 2018."

https://www.heraldtribune.com/news/20190...ak-spreads

This means FL is seeing a 507% increase over last year and a 2,279% increase since 2016!!

But wait...there is more! New Hampshire has seen a 79 cases since November when they usually only see six or seven cases a year in recent years!!

The Department of Health and Human Services says they've seen 33 hepatitis A diagnoses in March alone. Since November of 2018, 79 people have been diagnosed with hepatitis A, compared to an average of six or seven people annually in recent years.

https://www.necn.com/news/new-england/1-...47311.html

As a reminder, I predicted that hepatitis A would be increasing. Here we are three days later and it turns outr to be true. How is it possible for my predictions to be so uncannily accurate. Maybe it's not a matter of being smart...maybe it's simply a matter of understanding what makes our body vulnerable.

People didn't suddenly stop washing their hands in those three states. As pasteur admitted on his deathbed, it is the host that determines whther a microbe will infact or not. The microbes have ALWAYS been here. But now our bodies are weak due to electronics.
04-23-2019, 02:44 PM #2
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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It is not just a matter of people not washing their hands, but that certainly is a cause.

Quote:Although anyone can get hepatitis A, in the United States, certain groups of people are at higher risk, such as:

People with direct contact with someone who has hepatitis A
Travelers to countries where hepatitis A is common
Men who have sexual contact with men
People who use drugs, both injection and non-injection drugs
Household members or caregivers of a recent adoptee from countries where hepatitis A is common
People with clotting factor disorders, such as hemophilia
People working with nonhuman primates

It may be due to travellers because New Hampshire has a high rate of domestic travellers, while Florida has a high rate of tourism, then, of course, Georgia is right next door.
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-23-2019, 08:44 PM #3
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(04-23-2019, 02:44 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  It is not just a matter of people not washing their hands, but that certainly is a cause.

Quote:Although anyone can get hepatitis A, in the United States, certain groups of people are at higher risk, such as:

   People with direct contact with someone who has hepatitis A
   Travelers to countries where hepatitis A is common
   Men who have sexual contact with men
   People who use drugs, both injection and non-injection drugs
   Household members or caregivers of a recent adoptee from countries where hepatitis A is common
   People with clotting factor disorders, such as hemophilia
   People working with nonhuman primates

It may be due to travellers because New Hampshire has a high rate of domestic travellers, while Florida has a high rate of tourism, then, of course, Georgia is right next door.

Australia wants to blame their triple flu cases this year for the same reason: tourists.

So let's ask ourselves, "Did people just start traveling this year, or have they been travelling every year? Why wasn't Australia wiped out last year by tourists when the US had been hit with a 40-year record flu season in terms of the number of deaths? Australia had a mild flu season last year instead.

We get sick when our biological voltage is down. When our voltage is up, we are impervious to viruses and bacteria, despite those microbes being ever present. This is why tribal areas of Africa, South America and everywhere else in the world with no sanitation have survived year after year for millennia.



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