Health Alert! 12 States Hit With Deadly Swine Flu In Just Two Weeks

Before It’s News – by Susan Duclos

Accoding to a report in Hispanic Business the flu season has taken off but the “main strain” named is the deadly H1N1 Swine flu, which has claimed multiple lives, and four of them were children who died from flu complications.

The H1N1 flu was responsible for the pandemic of 2009- 2010 which final totals in deaths were in the hundreds of thousands and now cases arebeing found in New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Kansas, Wyoming and Alaska and according to the latest reports, now California, where half the patients are already in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).  

[Update] Add Tennessee to the list, bringing the total states to 12.

According to WBIR, from a report before the news of California and Tennessee’s cases, all this when just two weeks ago, no states had reported H1N1.

In the second video below, Mary Greeley goes over previous reports on testing which first came up negative, then positive, and wonders if the H1N1 virus hasn’t mutated.

5 thoughts on “Health Alert! 12 States Hit With Deadly Swine Flu In Just Two Weeks

  1. It would be interesting to know 1. how many of these people received the flu shot with the H1N1 included in the shot. 2. how many were close to the people who received the flu shot. Just like with the Wooping cough, the majority of cases were recently immunized. 3. It is very suspicious that all these cases just popped up within two weeks in twelve different states. Injecting poison into your body just seems like a very bad idea.

  2. Chemtrails, flu, pneumonia, fake vaccines, theft, murder, drones and on and on and on and on…..
    Will you ever have enough?

  3. H1N1 virus is a combination of Mammalian flu and Avian flu. Now how to you suppose this mixture came about and who released it into the population? It’s not a naturally occurring flu virus.

    The Mammalian flu virus infects the upper respiratory (nasal/sinus), and the Avian flu infects the lower respiratory (lungs).
    . . .

  4. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.” Bill Gates

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