Cambodia Records 2 More Cases Of Avian Influenza, and A Death

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    Two more confirmed cases of human infection with avian influenza A(H5N1) occurred in Cambodia. Both cases were in the same village in Kampot Province, according to the Ministry of Health of Cambodia. In total, six cases of avian influenza have been reported in the country this year, according to the World Health Organization.

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    Bird flu is back in the United States too, but so far, only birds have been infected and culled.

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    According to a report by Infectious Disease Special Edition (IDSE), the cases were both reported in November, and both were in females. One of the females was in the 20- to 25-year-old age group and the other was younger, less than 5 years old. The first reported case visited a public hospital four days after having symptoms of fever, shortness of breath, and a cough. Samples were collected, which tested positive for H5N1, and the case died while in the hospital. The second reported case was detected during enhanced surveillance by the public health authorities in response to the confirmation of the first reported case. The case had a fever, cough, and rash, and is currently being treated in the hospital.

    Epidemiological investigation shows both cases had exposure to backyard birds, which were reported to be sick, with some having died, over the prior month. The Ministry of Health’s national and subnational rapid response teams are investigating the source of the infection and coordinating response activities, including but not limited to active surveillance for additional cases, identifying close contacts for monitoring, and conducting health education campaigns to prevent transmission in the community. – Infectious Disease Special Edition

    Bird flu is slowly creeping its way back into headlines, along with “upticks” in COVID-19 infections. Based on how Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci have spent money in the past, it could be all a planned situation, but this time, with a real and noticeable death toll.

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    The first reported case of avian influenza in Cambodia developed a fever, cough, and shortness of breath on November 19th. She was treated at home for several days; and then visited a hospital on November 23rd.. The patient died in the ICU on November 26th. The second reported case was detected during active surveillance in response to the first reported case. She reported symptoms such as a fever, cough, and rash. The case was transported to the hospital on November 25 for testing with samples returning positive for H5Ni. The case was admitted to an isolation room in the respiratory ward of the hospital and is undergoing treatment.

    Big pharma companies and the ruling classes have already created “vaccines” too, just in case avian influenza jumps to humans.

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