Friday, 6 January 2017

The Avian Flu Epidemic: Massive Impact! Catastrophy waiting to happen as the disease explodes in Europe and Asia

Bird flu is exploding in Europe, each yellow square signifies an outbreak in Europe on the RSOE disaster map

You might have to be an avid reader of medical journals—or a poultry farmer—to notice that the World is in the midst of a slow-motion disease disaster and like a snow ball rolling down a hill it is on disaster course for the planet.
The disease is avian influenza, and though it has not, as yet, affected many people (mostly in China), it is wreaking havoc nonetheless.
And it is increasing at an alarming rate and is under the radar as far as the main stream media are concerned.
Yesterday, 350,000 birds were killed due to avian flu in Quilpue Chile, it’s the first known report of avian flu in South America there have been two more reports in North America but the disease is spreading like wildfire in Europe and Asia, see maps above and below.
Also yesterday - 20,000+ chickens were killed due to avian flu in Yunlin, Taiwan.
On the 4th of January - Hundreds of thousands of ducks where killed due to avian flu across France, and further south  hundreds of dead sea birds were found washed up in the Bay of Gibraltar, Spain with avian flu.
Dozens of birds fell dead from sky in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, America after a similar thing happened in South New Jersey a couple of weeks ago, probably due to avian flu.
Last week 1,000 wild geese found were found dead, and 700,000+ birds killed due to avian flu across Iran.
In December, 200,000 chickens were killed due to avian flu in Hokkaido, Japan along with 5,000 turkeys killed due to avian flu in Lincolnshire, England and an incredible 16 MILLION birds were killed due to avian flu in various areas of South Korea.

Bird flu is exploding in Asia, each yellow square signifies an outbreak in Asia, the red ones are outbreakes which have spread to humans.

The last major outbreak of high-pathogenic bird flu in the U.S. 32 years ago: There was a multi-state outbreak in 1983-84, when 17 million birds died or were killed. Before that, the last large U.S. outbreak was in 1929; however a global outbreak would be catastrophic!

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