Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 19 April 2024

The psychopaths are at it again: Fresh bird flu pandemic fears as WHO warns outbreak is of ‘enormous concern’ and would have ‘extraordinarily high’ death rates

The increasing spread of bird flu to humans is an ‘enormous concern’, the World Health Organization has warned.

The virus, an extremely deadly H5N1 subtype, has caused devastating declines in bird populations following its emergence in Europe in 2020.

It has since jumped to mammals such as cows, cats, seals and now people, raising the risk of the virus mutating to become more transmissible.

Experts at the WHO said humans face an ‘extraordinarily high’ mortality rate if the strain were to take hold, currently killing more than half of those infected.

Jeremy Farrar, the UN health agency’s chief scientist, said: ‘This remains I think an enormous concern’.

Describing it as ‘a global zoonotic animal pandemic’, the former SAGE advisor told reporters: ‘The great concern of course is that in… infecting ducks and chickens and then increasingly mammals, that virus now evolves and develops the ability to infect humans and then critically the ability to go from human to human.’

He added: ‘When you come into the mammalian population, then you’re getting closer to humans… this virus is just looking for new, novel hosts.

‘It’s a real concern.’

There is so far no evidence that the virus, responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of poultry and wild birds, is spreading between humans.

But its evolution to infect more species, is what is most concerning to scientists.

In the hundreds of cases where humans have been infected through contact with animals, ‘the mortality rate is extraordinarily high’, Sir Jeremy said.

Official data shows between 2003 and April 1, 2024, there have been 463 deaths recorded from 889 human cases across 23 countries. This puts the case fatality rate at 52 per cent.

US authorities earlier this month said a person in Texas was recovering from bird flu after being exposed to dairy cattle.

It was only the second case of a human testing positive for bird flu in the country and came after the virus sickened herds that were apparently exposed to wild birds in Texas, Kansas and other states.

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