H5N1 Avian Flu News: Woman In Jiangsu Province, China Found Infected With H1N5 Bird Flu!
H5N1 Avian Flu News
: Health authorities in Jiangsu, an eastern province in China have confirmed that a 53-year woman has tested positive for bird flu after developing symptoms for a few days as a result of exposure to dead chickens in her farm.
According to Chinese health officials, the woman developed symptoms of fever and severe body pains on the 31st
of January after removing carcasses of dead chickens on her farm. She tested positive on the 3rd of February 2023 and has been hospitalized since but her condition has been described as stable.
Though the case only came to light now despite Chinese officials reporting the case to WHO much earlier, this H5N1 bird flu infection in China occurred earlier than the case of the 11-year-old girl who died from H5N1 in Cambodia. Her father also tested positive of the virus but did not display any disease severity.
Certain media have been reporting wrong on the time frame and claiming that the China case occurred after the Cambodian incident when in fact it had occurred earlier.
Also, genetic sequencing conducted in China revealed that the Chinese woman was infected with the H5N1 Avian Flu virus that belonged to the clade 184.108.40.206b strain unlike the case in Cambodia that involved the infection by an older variant known as clade 220.127.116.11c.
However, scientists and researchers are worried as the clade 18.104.22.168b strain is the strain that is currently wreaking havoc around the world and is infecting and killing millions of wild birds, poultry and also mammals. The fact that million animals are getting infected along with this China’s infection case highlights a possible threat to humans.
An incident has also been reported in latest H5N1 Avian Flu News
coverages about military cadets in the region of Valparaíso in Chile developing an unknown respiratory illness that required many of them to be hospitalized. Earlier, the region was also affected by H5N1 outbreak among wild birds, poultry and also sea lions and some of these cadets had been involved in assisting in clean-up operations involving removing these infected carcasses.
To date, despite WHO also being involved in this ‘strange’ respiratory disease outbreak, there has been no official statements if the H5N1 bird flu is also involved
Meanwhile, beside the H5N1 bird flu infection in Jiangsu, there has also been a 49-year-old man in Guangdong province in China who contracted the H5N6 Avian Flu virus in late December 2022 and was initially in serious condition but his condition has since stabilized as well and is currently almost recovered.
China also reported two cases of H9N2 Avian Flu infections last year, one involving a 6-year-old girl in Sichuan province in late October 2022 and another involving a 9-month-old girl from Hunan province in mid-November 2022. Both have since recovered from their infections.
In reality, it is believed that there are actually more cases of human getting infected with the various Avian flu viruses in countries in Asia, Africa, South America and also parts of Europe but either there has not be proper testing done or cases have not been reported or are being concealed deliberately. There are two possibly reasons for this…one.. the concerned parties want the situation to get far more worse and the spread more extensive as it will serve what they have in mind in terms of getting certain resolutions done and two..there are powerful groups ie the same ones that have been controlling the COVID-19 narratives…that are testing out the various lab crafted versions of the Avian Flu and testing vaccines and antivirals at the same time in an actual setting before they actually release the right chosen strains to the masses. For those who want answers, they should direct the questions to the U.S agencies DARPA and U.S.NIH and also to Obama, Gates, Fauci, Ecohealth, the WEF, WHO and the GAVI alliance and also to BBC’s Trusted News Initiative members!
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