I've been doing a weekly update re the Swine flu, or H1N1 for those wanting to protect the Pork industry (but scientifically, they really did track it back to actual Swine).
" The 2009 influenza pandemic has spread internationally with unprecedented speed. In past pandemics, influenza viruses have needed more than six months to spread as widely as the new H1N1 virus has spread in less than six weeks.
The increasing number of cases in many countries with sustained community transmission is making it extremely difficult, if not impossible, for countries to try and confirm them through laboratory testing. Moreover, the counting of individual cases is now no longer essential in such countries for monitoring either the level or nature of the risk posed by the pandemic virus or to guide implementation of the most appropriate response measures."
Is it just me, or does it seem that the major medical bureaus are both dropping the ball & throwing in the towel?
It sounds like they are gearing up for the fall, when they expect classrooms full of kids will be passing around germs and regular flu season.
The thing that floors me is that the WHO declared this a Level 6 Pandemic.
According to their own Pandemic flow chart.... they are supposed to
CONTINUE PROVIDING UPDATES TO GENERAL PUBLIC & ALL STAKEHOLDERS ON THE STATE OF PANDEMIC AND MEASURES TO MITIGATE RISK.
The WHO is not going with their own FLOW & flew the coop on Swine Flu.