1996 : Wuhan Flu Can Be Deadly To Elderly

Remarkable how many elderly killing viruses get their start in Wuhan.

”The more viruses like Wuhan, the more people die.”’

  • New York Times    Sept. 27, 1996

New Flu Strain Is Out – The New York Times

“If the elderly or others who are chronically ill get the harsh Wuhan strain, they are more likely to get pneumonia or other life threatening illnesses”

27 Sep 1996, Page 6 – The Springfield News-Leader at Newspapers.com

Governors didn’t send sick people to nursing homes in 1996.

In 2009, the Wuhan Virus lab was working on a vaccine for the H1N1 virus which “starts like the regular flu, then causes the lungs to stop functioningshowing signs that it can move outside the respiratory tract to other parts of the body.”

08 Jul 2009, 10 – National Post at Newspapers.com

The difference between the 2009 pandemic and the current one, was that it killed mostly working age people.  Yet Democrats did not shut the country down.

Globally, 80 percent of (H1N1)pdm09 virus-related deaths were estimated to have occurred in people younger than 65 years of age.

2009 H1N1 Pandemic (H1N1pdm09 virus) | Pandemic Influenza (Flu) | CDC

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One Response to 1996 : Wuhan Flu Can Be Deadly To Elderly

  1. tom0mason says:

    From the wiki entry —

    The name “Wuhan” is a portmanteau of the two major cities on the northern and southern banks of the Yangtze River that make up the Wuhan metropolis: “Wu” refers to the city of Wuchang (Chinese: 武昌), which lies on the southern bank of the Yangtze, while “Han” refers to the city of Hankou (Chinese: 汉口), which lies on the northern bank of the Yangtze.

    The WHO should have recognized Wuhan as a bio-hazard many years ago as this area of China leaks material that is so often deadly to humans and animals.
    Unfortunately China has no plans to change the name of Wuhan to City of Death which would be more apt.

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