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RiskMap&#8207; @riskmap_ · 45s46 seconds ago


Saudi Arabia Reports 7 New Hospital Mers Cases
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Ethics community in the DRC has approved the use of the experimental vaccine. Once the DRC government approves it, its ready to go!

Interesting timing, as the reports are decreasing for suspected cases. Almost seems like part of a plan?
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Saudi Arabia Reports 7 New Hospital Mers Cases
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Is it still cases that they can't trace to a source?
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Ian M Mackay, PhD&#8207;&#61490;Verified account&#61593; @MackayIM · 16m16 minutes ago


Infectious #Ebola virus "penetrated through saturated coupons of Tyvek Micro Clean, Tychem QC, whole surgical masks and N95 respirators"
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Infectious #Ebola virus "penetrated through saturated coupons of Tyvek Micro Clean, Tychem QC, whole surgical masks and N95 respirators"
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Shit. I just saw this. This is NOT good. Not good at all.
If you don't solve the biology, the economy won't recover.

“Everything we do before a pandemic will seem alarmist. Everything we do after a pandemic will seem inadequate”— Michael O. Leavitt, 2007 Stanford Biophysicist

Because everything is under control.

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Russia Sends 'World's First' Ebola Vaccine to Guinea
The first 1,000 doses of the Russian-made Ebola vaccine are on their way to the Republic of Guinea
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Scientists say 3% of Ebola victims caused 61% of cases

Scientists have concluded that if they could have appropriately quarantined about 840 people infected with Ebola in the 2014-15 epidemic that originated in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, they might have prevented more than 17,000 cases and saved thousands of lives.

The findings are prompting a new look at quarantine of disease “superspreaders” in such situations.

The results come from the study “Spatial and temporal dynamics of superspreading events in the 2014-2015 West Africa Ebola epidemic.”

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During the Ebola outbreak a few years ago, it seemed the progression of the disease didn't fit normal viral outbreaks at all. Perhaps this is a clue.
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Indeed. Will update models.
And a little birdy tells me that it's time for another oubreak of Big E in west Africa...
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Ian M Mackay, PhD&#8207;&#61490;Verified account&#61593; @MackayIM · 16m16 minutes ago


Infectious #Ebola virus "penetrated through saturated coupons of Tyvek Micro Clean, Tychem QC, whole surgical masks and N95 respirators"
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Shit. I just saw this. This is NOT good. Not good at all.
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Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable.
When using our forces, we must appear inactive.
When we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away.
When far away, we must make him believe we are near.
 Quoting: Sun Tzu


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Scientists say 3% of Ebola victims caused 61% of cases

Scientists have concluded that if they could have appropriately quarantined about 840 people infected with Ebola in the 2014-15 epidemic that originated in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, they might have prevented more than 17,000 cases and saved thousands of lives.

The findings are prompting a new look at quarantine of disease “superspreaders” in such situations.

The results come from the study “Spatial and temporal dynamics of superspreading events in the 2014-2015 West Africa Ebola epidemic.”

[link to www.wnd.com]

During the Ebola outbreak a few years ago, it seemed the progression of the disease didn't fit normal viral outbreaks at all. Perhaps this is a clue.
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bumpbumpbump
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Over 1,000 volunteers to be vaccinated against Ebola in Guinea

The first batch of the vaccine was sent to Guinea on July 12


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No clue could be a gas leak, but weird all the same
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Deadly Bird Flu In China Evolves, Spreads To New Regions

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This past year China had the largest outbreak of a deadly bird flu since the virus was first detected in March 2013.

For the past five years, China has had annual waves of H7N9 outbreaks that peak around January and February.

During the 2017 season, the country reported nearly the same number of cases as all four previous years combined, researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report Thursday. The virus cropped up in more geographic regions. And it showed signs of evolving in ways that cause concern.

As NPR reported in April, the virus has picked up mutations that make it more deadly in poultry and less susceptible to antiviral treatments. "Our research shows it can kill all the chickens in our lab within 24 hours," virologist Guan Yi told NPR.

H7N9 isn't your run-of-the-mill bird flu. H7N9 is "the influenza virus with the highest potential pandemic risk,"
the CDC writes in the journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
If you don't solve the biology, the economy won't recover.

“Everything we do before a pandemic will seem alarmist. Everything we do after a pandemic will seem inadequate”— Michael O. Leavitt, 2007 Stanford Biophysicist

Because everything is under control.

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"If it's wet and not yours, don't touch it." Oregon H1N1 Summit speaker
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Deadly Bird Flu In China Evolves, Spreads To New Regions

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This past year China had the largest outbreak of a deadly bird flu since the virus was first detected in March 2013.

For the past five years, China has had annual waves of H7N9 outbreaks that peak around January and February.

During the 2017 season, the country reported nearly the same number of cases as all four previous years combined, researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report Thursday. The virus cropped up in more geographic regions. And it showed signs of evolving in ways that cause concern.

As NPR reported in April, the virus has picked up mutations that make it more deadly in poultry and less susceptible to antiviral treatments. "Our research shows it can kill all the chickens in our lab within 24 hours," virologist Guan Yi told NPR.

H7N9 isn't your run-of-the-mill bird flu. H7N9 is "the influenza virus with the highest potential pandemic risk,"
the CDC writes in the journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
 Quoting: NawtyBits


Damn, I've been watching this one for years and it had fallen off my radar.
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Getting to be that time if they year, eh?
If you don't solve the biology, the economy won't recover.

“Everything we do before a pandemic will seem alarmist. Everything we do after a pandemic will seem inadequate”— Michael O. Leavitt, 2007 Stanford Biophysicist

Because everything is under control.

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Two confirmed cases of swine flu in humans at Frederick Memorial Hospital

[link to www.fredericknewspost.com (secure)]


Two pediatric patients were admitted to Frederick Memorial Hospital this week with mild cases of swine influenza, spokeswoman Kelsey Shupe confirmed Wednesday.

The patients were treated at the hospital's pediatric emergency department, Shupe said. She could not immediately say if the two people were still patients.

An outbreak of swine flu among pigs at The Great Frederick Fair spurred the closure of both swine barns and the birthing center on Saturday.
Officials identified a pig with a 106-degree temperature — four degrees higher than normal.
If you don't solve the biology, the economy won't recover.

“Everything we do before a pandemic will seem alarmist. Everything we do after a pandemic will seem inadequate”— Michael O. Leavitt, 2007 Stanford Biophysicist

Because everything is under control.

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"If it's wet and not yours, don't touch it." Oregon H1N1 Summit speaker
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Just wait...few more days now
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[link to www.afro.who.int]

Possible spread of Marburg into Kenya. Note the report mentions the case tested negative after close encounter with a confirmed individual. Yet the negative case died with symptoms consistent with Marburg virus. False negatives anyone? This virus is extremely rare, I will be doing some digging on testing assay methods and see what I can find. We know from experience with Ebola that false negatives are rather likely at certain stages of the virus and given poor sample handling, hot temperatures, and long time or distance traveled you can expect to see some degradation of the samples. Also don't forget that the Ebola transport plane n173pa was in Kenya, just across the border from Uganda cases one day before the index case was admitted to the hospital and several days before results were released. They had pre knowledge. The flights also are hidden and do not show the complete path, only that they land in Nairobi. Since the plane arrived it has made several trips back and forth.

03 NOVEMBER 2017 | NAIROBI – The World Health Organization is helping the Kenyan Ministry of Health guard against the spread of Marburg Virus Disease from neighbouring Uganda.

Health authorities are strengthening preparedness measures in Trans Nzoia and West Pokot counties along the border with Uganda, where an outbreak was officially declared on 19 October.

Although no MVD cases have been confirmed in Kenya, the Ministry of Health has set up a national task force to coordinate all rapid response activities, including WHO, the Kenya Red Cross Society, the the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and UNICEF. Several joint teams have been deployed to conduct risk assessments and initiate contact tracing and surveillance in Trans Nzoia and West Pokot.

WHO is supporting enhanced surveillance and lab testing, an active search for potential cases and their contacts, community engagement, and isolation and treatment units.
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Check out flight aware for tail number tracking. Often following the planes gives us a heads up on activity.

N163pa
N173pa
N186pa

They have all made numerous I'm talking dozens of trips long after Ebola disappeared. Who knows what or who they are moving all over the globe?
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Checking in at the in laws on my tablet.... Marburgs? Shit.
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^ Red Cross: $6 million for Ebola fight stolen through fraud
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^ Red Cross: $6 million for Ebola fight stolen through fraud
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disappeared in their pockets. shhhhhhh
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165 deaths from new, incurable plague.

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I wonder why the issue of racial inequality wasn’t fixed when we had a half black president for 8 years?
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165 deaths from new, incurable plague.

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r has been experiencing a large
outbreak of plague. As of [Fri 10 Nov 2017], a total of 2119
confirmed, probable and suspected cases of plague, including 171
deaths (case fatality rate: 8 percent), have been reported by the
Ministry of Health of Madagascar to WHO.

From 1 Aug through 10 Nov 2017, 1618 (76 percent) cases and 72 deaths
have been clinically classified as pneumonic plague, including 365 (23
percent) confirmed, 573 (35 percent) probable and 680 (42 percent)
suspected cases. In addition to the pneumonic cases, 324 (15 percent)
cases of bubonic plague, one case of septicemic plague, and 176
unspecified cases (8 percent), have been reported to WHO (Figure 1
[for Figures, see original URL - Mod.LL]). Up to 82 healthcare workers
have had illness compatible with plague, none of whom have died.

From 1 Aug through 10 Nov, 16 (out of 22) regions of Madagascar have
reported cases. Analamanga Region has been the most affected,
reporting 72 percent of the overall cases (Figures 2 and 3).

As of [Fri 10 Nov 2017], 218 out of 243 (90 percent) contacts under
follow-up were reached and provided with prophylactic antimicrobials.
Since the beginning of the outbreak, a total of 7122 contacts were
identified, 6729 (95 percent) of whom have completed their 7-day
follow up and a course of prophylactic antimicrobials. Only 9 contacts
developed symptoms and became suspected cases.

Laboratory confirmation of plague is being conducted by the Institut
Pasteur of Madagascar, National WHO Collaborating Center for plague in
Madagascar. Up to 25 isolates of _Yersinia pestis_ have been cultured
and all are sensitive to antimicrobials recommended by the National
Program for the Control of Plague.

The number of new cases and hospitalizations of patients due to plague
is declining in Madagascar. The last confirmed bubonic case was
reported on [Tue 24 Oct 2017] and the last confirmed pneumonic case
was reported on [Sat 28 Oct 2017].

Since plague is endemic to parts of Madagascar, WHO expects more cases
to be reported until the end of the typical plague season in April
2018. It is therefore important that control measures continue through
to the end of the plague season.
Is anybody out there?bump
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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r has been experiencing a large
outbreak of plague. As of [Fri 10 Nov 2017], a total of 2119
confirmed, probable and suspected cases of plague, including 171
deaths (case fatality rate: 8 percent), have been reported by the
Ministry of Health of Madagascar to WHO.

From 1 Aug through 10 Nov 2017, 1618 (76 percent) cases and 72 deaths
have been clinically classified as pneumonic plague, including 365 (23
percent) confirmed, 573 (35 percent) probable and 680 (42 percent)
suspected cases. In addition to the pneumonic cases, 324 (15 percent)
cases of bubonic plague, one case of septicemic plague, and 176
unspecified cases (8 percent), have been reported to WHO (Figure 1
[for Figures, see original URL - Mod.LL]). Up to 82 healthcare workers
have had illness compatible with plague, none of whom have died.

From 1 Aug through 10 Nov, 16 (out of 22) regions of Madagascar have
reported cases. Analamanga Region has been the most affected,
reporting 72 percent of the overall cases (Figures 2 and 3).

As of [Fri 10 Nov 2017], 218 out of 243 (90 percent) contacts under
follow-up were reached and provided with prophylactic antimicrobials.
Since the beginning of the outbreak, a total of 7122 contacts were
identified, 6729 (95 percent) of whom have completed their 7-day
follow up and a course of prophylactic antimicrobials. Only 9 contacts
developed symptoms and became suspected cases.

Laboratory confirmation of plague is being conducted by the Institut
Pasteur of Madagascar, National WHO Collaborating Center for plague in
Madagascar. Up to 25 isolates of _Yersinia pestis_ have been cultured
and all are sensitive to antimicrobials recommended by the National
Program for the Control of Plague.

The number of new cases and hospitalizations of patients due to plague
is declining in Madagascar. The last confirmed bubonic case was
reported on [Tue 24 Oct 2017] and the last confirmed pneumonic case
was reported on [Sat 28 Oct 2017].

Since plague is endemic to parts of Madagascar, WHO expects more cases
to be reported until the end of the typical plague season in April
2018. It is therefore important that control measures continue through
to the end of the plague season.
Is anybody out there?bump
 Quoting: silvervega


I haven't seen a lot reported about this except in "tabloids." Not that I expect the MSM to get it right, but,
you'd think there'd be something.
If you don't solve the biology, the economy won't recover.

“Everything we do before a pandemic will seem alarmist. Everything we do after a pandemic will seem inadequate”— Michael O. Leavitt, 2007 Stanford Biophysicist

Because everything is under control.

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This is a distraction if anything at all to beeper use about. Flu is and has been the worry on the radar. One day the mixing bowl in China will sprout an effective variant of bird flu...that is to say if humans do not intentionally try something. Time will tell, season is just about to begin.
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