Bird Flu Monitor > June 01, 2011
Is bird flu (H5N1 virus) grouped as a pandemic or an epidemic ...
[Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) Blog] s in local areas where birds are infected and authorities have to try and prevent it from spreading even further. An epidemic is not yet here and if biologists are to be believed, it is only a matter of when, not it.
October 07, 2009
President Bush promises “military quarantine” in the event of ...
[Al Cuppett - Intelligence Reports - Make Aliyah!] Today, 4 October 2005, President Bush promised he would use “the military” to quarantine people if we have an epidemic of “Avian Influenza”. That probably will mean a “Red Alert” and martial law!
Posted at 09:05 AM
May 22, 2009
Pandemic Information News: Northwest China province on avian flu alarm
[Pandemic Information News] The epidemic area has been sealed off as of Sunday. Four temporary checkpoints were set up on roads leading to the area to disinfect every passing vehicle and allow only epidemic prevention workers to enter.
Posted at 09:02 AM
March 31, 2008
The Next Plague - Avian Flu (History Channel) DVD Review - Buy The ...
[blood] With the current threat of Avian Flu spreading worldwide, President Bush talked openly about the possibility of an epidemic in the coming years. The Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization say that we are long overdue for a deadly epidemic, and it isn’t a question of if but when.
Posted at 09:01 AM
January 08, 2007
Filipino MD. Picks Life As Nurse in U.S. (Bird flu)
[Home (aboutflu.net)] Washington Post - Gain inspiration from Lean Plate Club readers who have lost weight and kept it off. AIDS/HIV Twenty-five years after the first diagnosis of the first case of AIDS, the world is waking up to the epidemic.
Posted at 12:09 AM
October 21, 2006
AASU Examines Bird Flu Epidemic - WTOC
[Pandemic Virus Facts and Information] AASU Examines Bird Flu Epidemic WTOC, GA - 38 minutes ago Bird flu is an epidemic that's spreading globally, and chances are you don't have a plan. An interdisciplinary faculty group at .
Posted at 12:09 AM
August 21, 2006
Bird Flu In Nepal?, Thousands Of Poultry And 14 People Dead
[Enflu] An unprecedented epidemic of an unidentified disease is responsible for the death of at least 14 people, including seven children, in central Nepal in...
Posted at 12:09 AM
March 25, 2006
Whatever happen to the Bird Flu epidemic?
[Notes - A Personal Journal] Last fall, there was much press on the supposed epidemic of bird flu cascading across the world. Everyone was concerned if there was enough stockpile of Tamiflu to handle the vaccinations required.
Posted at 02:18 AM
November 03, 2005
bird flu - don't believe the hypeSteve McKinlay told me by email that he is a skeptic. He argues the current bird flu scare is just that. All hot air. Read his blog if you are interested. (Ontic.blogspot.com)
Posted at 10:16 PM
August 04, 2005
I am worried!
[RED STAR NEWS» Thoughts, news and small talk mainly concerning China, from a berlin perspective (sorry for my poor English)] The nightmare of a new global flu epidemic makes good headlines and the media is often criticized when speculating about it. While there is a temptation to sex-up reports to attract readers and it is true that a lot of journalists take the bait it is nevertheless also true that all experts agree, that it is not a question if but when it will happen.
Posted at 10:50 AM
June 30, 2005
EU gets ready, US doesn't get it
[Effect Measure] The current avian influenza epidemic in Asia is unprecedented. It is caused by a particular strain of virus that has already caused the death or killing and destruction of more than 125 million birds, major economic losses to the countries concerned which have been estimated at â¬ 8-12 billion and the death of more than 50 people.
Posted at 12:19 AM
June 11, 2005
China installs bird flu warning system
[Pathogen Alert] The system will feature a nationwide virus database, epidemic analysis and information sharing among foreign experts and regular information releases to the public, according to this report.
Posted at 12:51 PM