Could the Zetas say something more about this Zika Virus? It's not a new virus according to wikepedia.   And now there is the news that it could turn into a pandemic. Warning pregnant woman not to travel to South America etc. It seems there is more to meet the eye with this virus? [and from another]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zika_virus  In humans, it initially causes a mild illness known as Zika fever, Zika, or Zika disease, which since the 1950s has been known to occur within a narrow equatorial belt from Africa to Asia. In 2014, the virus spread eastward across the Pacific Ocean to French Polynesia, then to Easter Island and in 2015 to Central America, the Caribbean, and South America, where the Zika outbreak has reached pandemic levels. Zika virus is related to dengue, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, and West Nile viruses. There is a possible link between Zika fever and microcephaly in newborn babies of infected mothers. [and from another]http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3420598/Zika-explosive-pa... [and from another] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3417032/Don-t-South-Ameri...

When we first wrote about anticipating increasing illness – in man, animals, and all fauna and flora – we stressed that the spread of germs new to mankind should not be interpreted as a deliberate act, genocide of some kind. Extinctions occur during Pole Shifts, in the animal kingdom and in all life forms, due to the extensive die-off that a sudden and radical climate change brings about. Then there is the issue of a depressed immune system, which is not the issue with the spread of Zika, but will certainly be a factor as mankind becomes depressed about their changing lot in life. Zika has marched across the globe due to mankind’s desire to travel to tropical locations while on vacation.  

The spread of Zika is quite logical, given that man is traveling about via airplane regularly. They assume this as their right. We have explained that Ebola used to infect a village in Africa, an infection from the local creatures that crawled out from the swamps or were bushmeat eaten as food, and the entire village would die. That promptly stopped the epidemic.  Nowadays the villagers go into town, infect a waste swath of the populace, and sell the infected meat to the town’s butcher. Man’s lifestyle will spread more than the horrific Zika virus, as the Earth changes progress, with horrors greater than the deformed brains of the unborn. These babies will die, rather quickly, but some infections linger and are painful.

Source: ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for January 30, 2016

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Comment by M. Difato on April 6, 2017 at 5:40pm

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) shows 1 in 10 women in the U.S. with a

confirmed Zika virus infection have been diagnosed with visible birth defects

https://www.fatherly.com/kids-health-and-development/birth-defects-...

“Although we’re still learning about the full range of birth defects that can occur when a woman is infected with Zika during pregnancy, we have seen that it can cause brain abnormalities, vision problems, hearing problems, and other consequences of brain damage that might require lifelong specialized care,” explains Schuchat.

CDC officials say that families should continue to take precautions to avoid Zika infection. The biggest precaution being to avoid travel to areas with Zika. That includes South Florida, Mexico, South America, portions of Africa and India. Other precautions include the use of safe mosquito repellents. The CDC also recommends avoiding sex during pregnancy since a father can sexually transmit Zika to his partner..."

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http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/watch/43485-cases-of-zika-virus-in-u...

Prevention that overall, in all 50 US States, there have been 43,485 laboratory confirmed cases of the Zika virus. Two species of invasive mosquitos have entered the states, and are traveling past states in warmer climates. In Florida there are 1,114 cases of Zika, in California there are 529, and in New York there are 1,016. It has also been documented that 363 people with the Zika virus donated their blood. The Zika virus first entered the US in Houston, TX in March of 2016.

 

Comment by M. Difato on April 5, 2017 at 9:12am

ZIKA MOSQUITOS IN 129 CALIFORNIA CITIES!
http://www.joy105.com/zika-mosquitos-in-129-california-cities/
According to Breitbart.com, the mosquitos that can carry the Zika virus have reportedly appeared in 129 California cities. With cold winter weather the only major obstacle to the Zika virus becoming America’s first pandemic since the 1957 Asian Flu, ground zero for a potential pandemic is now the West Coast.

The California Department of Public Health released an emergency warning on March 31 that two invasive (non-native) mosquito species named Aedes aegypti (the yellow fever mosquito) and Aedes albopictus (the Asian tiger mosquito), which are known to carry Zika, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever, have now been found in 10 California counties including Fresno, Kern, Imperial, Los Angeles, Madera, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Mateo and Tulare.

Unlike most of California’s native mosquito species, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus only bite during the daytime. They are distinguished by their small size, and by their black and white stripes on their back and legs.

Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus are now common in Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Asia. But the only documented U.S. cases of viral transmission from a mosquito to a human took place in South Florida and Brownsville, Texas last year.

The Center for Disease Control’s computer models correctly predicted that virus transmission would almost stop during winter due to the Zika vector mosquito populations drastically shrinking. They may, however, resurface in late next spring.

Those same simulation models expect California to be the ideal petri dish for a Zika virus pandemic, thanks to the combination of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitos’ ability to lay their eggs in any small natural or artificial container holding water, plus historically heavy California rainfall and snowpack runoff expected to last until the end of summer.

The California Department of Public Health’s Division of Communicable Disease Control has “laboratory confirmed” a total of 529 cases of Zika infections in the state as of March 31. There were 2 new Zika infections reported in the last week, and officials expect the warming weather to accelerate the spread of the virus.

California has confirmed that 104 pregnant women contracted Zika, and 5 babies were born in the state with the virus. Birth defects directly related to Zika include microcephaly; brain damage from cranial calcium deposits; excess fluid in the brain cavities; brain damage affecting nerves and hearing; and inflexible muscles and bone deformations.

Although researchers have not confirmed any transmissions of Zika virus from mosquitos within the state, the virus is only symptomatic for only 18 percent of cases. Although Zika can cause severe sickness and death in adults, most infected individuals only suffer from mild flu-like fever, joint pain, muscle pain, headache and red eyes. Consequently, the Zika virus infection rate is drastically underreported.

But in an alarming development, there are six confirmed Zika infections in California women who acquired the virus through sexual transmission from an individual that traveled to nations where the World Health Organization already declared a Zika virus pandemic.

Hot zones for California Zika cases appear to be areas known for heavy tech immigration flows, with 155 in Silicon Valley and 150 in Silicon Beach.

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