From Zen Gardner (link): “Call me paranoid but color me suspicious. You can’t help but wonder if this isn’t the case. A localized area experiencing mass respiratory illness, targeting America’s “heartland”. We don’t need to know the full on “facts” to assume such actions, we’ve been following their plans and activities for decades.
Hospital sets patient record as virus spreads
Medical officials admitted a record number of children to a local hospital over the weekend because of what they believe to be a rare respiratory virus spreading throughout the country.
Although there’s been no confirmed cases of the enterovirus at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, officials admitted 540 patients Friday, said Dr. Derek Wheeler, associate chief of staff at the hospital.
The previous record was around 515, Wheeler said.
Some reports out of Missouri and Colorado suggest the virus, with symptoms similar to the common cold, brought sicker patients to hospitals, Wheeler said.
“We’re just seeing the (increased) volumes, we haven’t seen (patients) sicker than usual yet,” he said.
Hospitals from other states have placed restrictions on visitations, but Wheeler said there are no plans to do that in Cincinnati.
The virus is similar to what doctors treat during cold and flu season. That means nothing really changes if a child comes down with the rare virus, he said.
“The bottom line is this is a virus you wouldn’t treat with antibiotics, so other than the (high-level of) interest, there’s no reason we would need to know it’s an enterovirus,” Wheeler said. (Source)
This isn’t the only report by any means. CNN of course is running with it and as usual whipping up a frenzy of fear regarding this “unknown” virus, another extension of this “test” on an unsuspecting public.
(CNN) — A respiratory virus is sending hundreds of children to hospitals throughout the Midwest and beyond, health officials say.
The unusually high number of hospitalizations reported could be “just the tip of the iceberg in terms of severe cases,” said Mark Pallansch, a virologist and director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Division of Viral Diseases.
Twelve states have contacted the CDC for assistance in investigating clusters of enterovirus: Alabama, Colorado, Michigan, Georgia, Ohio, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Utah. Four — Colorado, Illinois, Missouri and Iowa — have confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68, also known as EV-D68.
There You Have It
The amount of disease laboratories around the US is staggering. They’re not looking for answers, but cultivating bioweapons. That the current powers that would be weaponize anything and everything is a common fact. Add chemtrailing to the equation and you have the ultimate delivery system. Those of us who are awake and aware have been virtually expecting this. We don’t want to bring it on via intention, but this is a reality staring us in the face.
But this is only a test. There have been many, as well as hundreds of other documented “experimentations” by the mad ruling elite.
On the grand scale they are likely to unleash something much more lethal and diabolical, which is why I’ve said to keep protective masks on hand at all times. We’re up against a monstrous force and cannot remain naive to their intentions.
Stay healthy, eating fresh, green and living consciously, and beware these mechanisms. Respiratory problems are already off the charts yet we’ll never hear about that unless you dig for that info. Besides the air, the plants, ground and water are being contaminated relentlessly as long as this aerosol program persists.
Make your stand, and make it known.
Awakened responsiveness is what turns the tide. It’s the loving thing to do no matter the reaction from others.
The truth is to be shared. Just do it.
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