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WHO Caught Lying About Bird Flu

Mexico set the record straight and said that the person who died of bird flu had several other complicating factors, including obesity, kidney, and respiratory failure.

So why did the World Health Organization say that the man died OF bird flu when in fact he died WITH bird flu and many other health co-morbidities? Are we doing this again? Really?

After the WHO tried to pass of the death as caused by bird flu last Wednesday, they turned around and corrected themselves on Friday saying that the death was “multifactorial.” They now say that they assess “the current risk to the general population posed by this virus as low.” They did not apologize for the mis-assessment though but they should have.

Mexican Health Secretary Jorge Alcocer on Thursday said this about the WHO’s diagnosis: “I can point out that the statement made by the World Health Organization is pretty bad, since it speaks of a fatal case (of bird flu), which was not the case.” He added: “So far, there is no evidence of human-to-human transmission.”

How do we even know that the man had bird flu? He was reportedly diagnosed based on a PCR test. Oh the same PCR test that was ruled “unfit for purpose” during the Covid pandemic you mean? Great.

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