Terry Nation's survivors 1975 - 2018

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16/8/2018 2:07 pm  #91

Re: Did Terry Nation know where things were heading?


Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington, and Washington D.C.
Measles is an airborne disease. Can be serious in elderly and immunocompromised people ( cancer patients)

05/9/2018 10:01 pm  #92

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The pilot reported two male passengers on board with extremely high fevers and approximately 100 passengers "coughing non-stop."
When CBP--Customs & Border Protection-- was informed that passengers were experiencing flu-like symptoms, an Incident Command Center was activated: "CBP and the CDC have worked with state and local authorities .... develop policies, procedures, and protocols to identify travelers that are known by U.S. public health officials to have a communicable disease and to handle in a manner that minimizes risk to the public. These procedures were utilized to mitigate any health-related concerns on the flight."

Eric Phillips, a spokesman for NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, initially tweeted that the flight stopped in Mecca, which is experiencing a flu outbreak, and "early indications point to that as a possibility."

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30/12/2018 12:14 pm  #93

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New pathogens emerge all the time as the world population increases and humanity encroaches on wild environments. It's becoming easier and easier for individual people or small groups to create weaponised diseases that could spread like wildfire around the globe.
According to Gates, a small non-state actor could build an even deadlier form of smallpox in a lab.
And in our interconnected world, people are always hopping on planes, crossing from cities on one continent to those on another in a matter of hours.

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03/1/2019 12:14 pm  #94

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As for the future, researchers say every year it is likely a small number of healthy people will die from the seasonal flu, but across the world, it is the underprivileged who are most at risk.

"Because most of the world does not have access to the same level of prevention and medical care as developed countries, the greatest burden of any influenza pandemic can be expected to effect those least privileged,” researchers wrote in the journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine.
“Globally, environmental issues such as cold climates, lack of sewage systems, and lack of quality housing with amenities such as central heating are likely to contribute to excess mortality.”

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