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Danger !! H5N1 Virus in Large Cities! Attack or Outbreak Survival

Updated on September 9, 2012

H5N1 MUTATED IN THE LAB !!!!!!

News has been released that the H5N1 virus has been mutated in the laboratory for the virus to be airborne. This means that people and animals can spread the deadly virus by water droplets in the air. A sneeze in a airport or shopping center can contaminated thousands. This type of mutated agent could be used in war or to reduce the population in a very short time frame. One infectious person could spread the virus to thousands in a day and this could spread around the world in days, if not hours, thus causing a world wide pandemic.

See the article :http://digitaljournal.com/article/316682

SEAGULLS OR OTHER BIRDS CAN CARRY THE H5N1 VIRUS

H5N1 VIRUS CAN BE CARRIED BY BIRDS, BUT MUTATED VIRUS CAN BE CARRIED BY HUMANS, CAUSING A PANDEMIC
H5N1 VIRUS CAN BE CARRIED BY BIRDS, BUT MUTATED VIRUS CAN BE CARRIED BY HUMANS, CAUSING A PANDEMIC | Source

H5N1 Quarantine

The danger of a large city is getting more dangerous. The H5N1 is breaking out in Llasa and with the modern transportation, the virus could spread literally around the world in just a couple of days, if not hours. What would happen to a large city if a major pandemic of H5N1 broke out?

DANGER DANGER DANGER DANGER

DANGER DANGER DANGER DANGER

The scientist have genetically modified the H5N1 virus into being able to spread though water droplets and by contact FROM person to person. Danger! NOW, IT CAN BE TRANSMITTED FROM HUMAN TO HUMAN ! THIS IS VERY DANGEROUS!!

H5N1 can easily become the next pandemic because up to now, could not easily transmitted from person to person. In the past, it had been transmitted from bird to bird and from people handling birds or bird remains. The scientist have mutated the H5N1 into a very aggressive strain that could easily be transmitted around the world in a matter of days.

THE H5N1 HAS BEEN MUTATED IN THE LAB- IT IS A VERY VERY DANGEROUS STRAIN OF FLU THAT CAN BE TRANSMITTED FROM PERSON TO PERSON- DANGER-DANGER-DANGER

Governments have been warning the citizens for years about a major outbreak of H5N1 virus, which is very likely to change to transmit from human to human by different ways of transmissions. If this virus mutates to this stage, the new mutated virus has the capability to strike almost any place and create havoc in any large city. The Executive Order 13295 has been created to quarantine the city, to keep the virus from spreading and to safeguard the rest of the country. This means that the people MUST stay within the large city.

This E.O. 13295 states that citizens can be held or detained, forced to have vaccinations or be quarantined. FEMA may act to carry out these directives to control the outbreak and virus. This virus, H5N1, could cause 30 percent or more of the people to die, with many more sick and be carriers. To contain an epidemic, the government would have to close off the city, completely, with no means of escape. The people inside the city would have to defend for themselves, have to medically treat themselves and of course, take care of the dead.

With any pandemic, there would be civilian unrest, killings, riots, massive disruptions, lack of medical attention, lack of proper sanitation, lack of doctors and nurses, lack of food and good water, and diseases. The confusion of family, friends and love ones dying would add to the stress and grief. The government, during a pandemic, would cut off the outside world by blocking roads and any transportation. Panic would set into the hearts of all that would be in the city.

If a pandemic breaks out while in a large city, there is hope that a cure could be found, that the pandemic is short lived or that it just mild, without the massive death rate. One avenue that one should take is to build up the immune system to fend off any viruses. The keys to any pandemic are information, wisdom and stamina. Read, research and educate should also be on the top priority list of things to do. Knowledge of any virus is a upper hand and find ways to combat it should be done now and not wait till any crises hits.

ARE YOU READY TO WITHSTAND THE TRIALS OF WHAT COULD HAPPEN? Be prepared to survive from 3 to 7 days with the basic essentials that you would need. What are these items that most people think that they would store in their bug out bag and get out of dodge emergency bag. Follow the link below to see what people are packing in their survival essentials bag:

http://laurenswright.hubpages.com/hub/Answer-to-the-Question-What-Should-be-in-a-Bug-Out-Bag


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