The mainstream media and virologists are reigniting fresh pandemic fears as they claim to have discovered that the bird flu spreads “efficiently” in ferrets. The experts are now warning that this mutated strain of avian influenza could be 100 times worse than COVID if it ever jumps to humans.
Considering COVID was a scam and nothing more than a common cold used to push an injection on the more naive in the population, anything is going to be “worse than COVID.” But this bird flu narrative has been building slowly and even during the COVID-19 scamdemic, the ruling class was “concerned” about the bird flu and culling them.
Experts called the discovery that bid fly is efficient in ferrets “very concerning”, claiming it shows that the pathogen is one step closer to spilling over into humans. It’s the first known study to clearly confirm that mammals can not only catch the disease individually but spread it to others as well.
As of right now, H5N1, the avian influenza strain behind the current outbreak sweeping the world, does not transmit easily between humans, but it is also said to be the biggest outbreak in history.
New research, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, found that H5N1 could “cause lethal disease in multiple mammalian species.”
Canadian researchers, including some from Government health bodies, infected ferrets with one of four strains of H5N1. Ferrets were chosen for the study as they have a similar respiratory makeup to humans, providing experts with an idea of how a virus would interact in people. They found that “direct contact” with one strain of H5N1 isolated from an infected bird, resulted “in lethal outcomes”, the paper added. -The Daily Mail
We should also all fear the “dog flu.” Apparently, humans could one day be struck down by “dog flu”, which is a mutated form of avian influenza that is slowly evolving. H3N2 seeded itself in dogs almost two decades ago. It can cause pooches to suffer from a runny nose and cough and be deadly in extreme cases.
Chinese researchers have uncovered signs that the same pathogen infecting dogs may now be better suited to infecting humans. Tests of virus samples taken from dogs infected recently were better able to recognize human cell receptors, compared to those from a decade ago, according to a separate report by The Daily Mail.
Just recently, a pet dog died of bird flu in Canada too.
This narrative has several angles to it.
This could be the “next one” that we will actually see do some real world to people. Stay alert and prepared. This could jump to humans at any time. After all, the vaccine is already made for it.