Hemorrhagic Fever, meningitis and encephalitis
TLR go brrrr !
First, I have been absent because I had a formal event to attend yesterday, and a very dear, close friend's birthday today. Today is a short one, tomorrow I hit the ground running, be prepared.
For a long time, one of my efforts has been tracking down different outbreaks and seeing if they fit my (weird) models, taking into account the different mechanics of a certain genetic product injected into a couple of billion people.
Japanese Encephalitis has become more critical in Assam post floods
A total of 274 cases of Japanese Encephalitis have been detected in the state in the last 26 days.
A total of 135 people died of Japanese Encephalitis in Assam in 2015, while 92 people died in 2016, 87 in 2017, 94 in 2018, 161 in 2019, 51 in 2020 and 40 in 2021.
Mosquito-borne disease Japanese Encephalitis has claimed 44 lives across Assam so far, according to the state branch of the National Health Mission (NHM).
Japanese Encephalitis has become more critical in Assam post floods, ANI reported
Japanese encephalitis has been growing in other parts of the world too, at a perceptible rate, and clearly, the shift in weather has much to blame, but I still find it odd. Since earlier this year and as recent as today there has been warning about it, especially in Australia where they found the disease in wild pigs, and while it was expected a surge in mosquito-borne diseases, still, the “math doesn’t add up”.
A meningitis outbreak in south central Kansas is cited as the culprit to several hospitalizations among area infants. Pediatricians at Wesley Medical Center report noticing the increase over the past several weeks.
One pediatrician at Wesley discussed doctors recently seeing a rare virus in infants, leading to meningitis.
“The last few weeks, we’ve seen an increase rise in cases of viral meningitis in our young, infant populations, specifically in infants about three months of age,” Dr. Kuhlmann said. “We’ve had probably close to about a dozen or so cases hospitalized in the last three weeks or so.”
The virus primarily has been affecting infants younger than six weeks old. Meningitis can lead to blood infections and infections in and around the brain, doctors warn.
Florida has been experiencing an (uncommon) outbreak of meningitis, so I went to check and other areas of the US are also suffering outbreaks. Wichita and most likely other places going unreported are experiencing a surge of viral meningitis, which while I expected, is odd.
And now we go into one of my pet interests. Hemorrhagic Fever.
Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever is a tick-borne disease, and both Iraq and Afghanistan have been experiencing outbreaks of this nasty form of HF, but the real oddity is some strain of HF in Argentina, and it Crimean-Congo jumping thousands of miles away in Spain, and a few weeks ago Russian scientists finding a new strain of CCHF.
I find myself obligated to leave the following screenshot from a PDF that I got earlier in the Russia-Ukrainian war. In one of my pieces covering the subject of multiple outbreaks, you will find a list of diseases Gates and company fear might become pandemics. And half of them were being researched in the only BSL-3 lab in Ukraine.
And since I covered Typhoid Fever, a paper was recently published about how new strains of TF (that are spreading fast) became antibiotic-resistant.
Over-prescription of antibiotics is and will be a massive problem, because, again the low-hanging fruits have already been picked up. And when you downregulate the Toll-Like Receptors of a few hundred million, you might want to have working antibiotics in the near future.
I would also like to add, as the last note for future sake, one I mentioned previously, when millions of starving African migrants go to Europe out of despair, bear this in mind. Something that the UN itself said it will be a massive problem in a 2018 book on bioterrorism and possible vectors.
According to data from the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the continent has reported cases of polio, marburg, monkeypox, Lassa fever, yellow fever, dengue, measles, leptospirosis, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, bacterial meningitis and cholera.
Latency and immune shift won’t be the only problem…
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