Jun 11

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Workers in full protective gear disinfect the interior of a subway train at a Seoul Metro’s railway vehicle base in Goyang, South Korea, June 9, 2015 (Reuters / Kim Hong-Ji)

MERS virus spreading across Asia, South Korea fails to contain outbreak (RT, June 11, 2015):

Hong Kong issued a red alert and advised against traveling to South Korea, where an epidemic of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is gaining pace. The virus is spreading despite attempts to contain the outbreak.

In Korea, the number of infected people passed 100 this week, reaching 122 on Thursday. Tenth patient died from the disease, health officials said on Thursday. Most of the victims are elderly patients with other health problems unrelated to the virus. Over 3,250 people remain in quarantine. Continue reading »

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May 11

The MERS virus: been down this road before? (Jon Rappoport, May 3, 2014):

by Jon Rappoport

We are told the first MERS virus case has now arrived in the US. The CDC and the World Health Organization have a new potential pandemic to hype.

As I’ve documented in past articles, we’ve been down this road before. Swine Flu, West Nile, Bird Flu, SARS. All duds. All hyped to the sky…and then the case numbers are miniscule.

You could take all the deaths from these “epidemics” and put them in one small footnote of the assessment that, every year, between 300,000 and 500,000 people around the world die from ordinary regular seasonal flu.

Yes, seasonal flu, about which there is no hype.

But even, you see, with regular seasonal flu, there are gigantic lies.

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May 02

Your ‘best friends’ are …

– Propolis

– Sage, lemon balm, ginger, ysop, peppermint, olive leaves, lapacho, pelargonium sidoides (Umckaloabo), thyme, kalmegh, cat’s claw, rosemary, horse radish, indian cress, water cress

– Vitamin D

– Vitamin C (Acerola)

– Wheatgrass juice, Jiaogulan juice (Jiaogulan is better & energetically more balanced than ginseng and very easy to grow)

– Onions and garlic

No virus can enter a healthy cell!


First U.S. case of deadly MERS virus confirmed – CDC (Reuters, May 2, 2014):

The first U.S. case of Middle East Respiratory Virus (MERS), a viral respiratory illness, has been confirmed within U.S. borders, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday

A SARS-like virus, MERS was first detected in Saudi Arabia in 2012.

Dr Anne Schuchat, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said on a conference call the first U.S. case of the virus was “of great concern because of its virulence,” noting that it has proven fatal in about a third of the cases of infection.

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Apr 28

MERS outbreak hits 30% death rate as pandemic spreads in Saudi Arabia (Natural News, April 28, 2014):

The MERS outbreak sweeping through Saudi Arabia and Egypt has accelerated yet again with 26 new confirmed cases today. Infections have exploded by 73 percent in just one month, reports Reuters.

What really has virologists alarmed, however, is the 30% death rate currently being observed. As Reuters reports (1) :

Saudi Arabia, where MERS was discovered around two years ago and which remains the country most affected, has now had 339 confirmed cases of MERS, of which 102 have been fatal.

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome

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