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LE VIRUS EBOLA EST DE RETOUR - CORONAVIRUS MERS - LA PESTE BUBONIQUE (PARTIE 2)
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MessagePosté le: Mar 15 Sep - 06:33 (2015)    Sujet du message: BUBONIC PLAGUE REPORTED IN MICHIGAN! ANOTHER BIO-TERROR LAB 'MISHAP' ??? Répondre en citant

BUBONIC PLAGUE REPORTED IN MICHIGAN! ANOTHER BIO-TERROR LAB 'MISHAP' ???



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MessagePosté le: Lun 26 Oct - 03:09 (2015)    Sujet du message: WHY IS IDAHO QUIETLY SEEKING AN ‘EBOLA COORDINATOR'? Répondre en citant

WHY IS IDAHO QUIETLY SEEKING AN ‘EBOLA COORDINATOR'?



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Ebola Coordinator
 

 Program Specialist - DHW Health and Welfare
Open for Recruitment: October 15, 2015 - October 29, 2015
Announcement # 09058072858
Salary Range: $23.38 per hour -Plus Competitive Benefits! Location(s): Boise


The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare’s (IDHW) Public Health Preparedness Program is currently recruiting for an Ebola Coordinator in the Bureau of EMS and Preparedness. We are seeking someone who has familiarity with Idaho’s healthcare system, project and grants managements experience, critical thinking skills, developed interpersonal skills, and excellent written and verbal communications skills.
The Bureau of EMS and Preparedness has received funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response through 2016.  The bureau is seeking a part-time, benefited temp to work approximately 26 hours per week.  
Potential for travel around the state up to 5% of time.



Responsibilities:
  • Coordinate and oversee that state and federal requirements associated with the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program and Healthcare Preparedness Program Ebola grants are met while coordinating all subgrant activities with the local Public Health Districts (PHDs).
  • Coordinate, manage, and provide technical information and guidance on Ebola public health and healthcare supplemental grants to internal and external staff and multiple levels of government across various disciplines.
  • Identify statewide Ebola training needs and coordinate Ebola education with the PHDs, healthcare system partners, and EMS agencies.
  • As needed, coordinate site visits between IDHW, PHDs, and prospective Ebola assessment hospitals; assist in reviewing Ebola readiness plans of these hospitals, as needed, to determine gaps in readiness.
  • Update the statewide Ebola concept of operations (CONOPS) plan outlining Idaho’s comprehensive public health and healthcare system approach for a person under monitoring showing symptoms of Ebola virus disease.
  • Coordinate with the PHDs to develop capabilities of Regional Healthcare Coalitions to enable their members to care for Ebola patients.
  • Collaborate with the PHDs to ensure state and regional exercises test coordination of appropriate partners and address transport, emergency public information and warning, information sharing, patient referral, and laboratories to meet the subgrant deliverables.
  • Assist State Healthcare Associated Infections Plan workgroup, as needed.
  • Assist in development of statewide transport and referral plans for an Idaho Ebola patient to be transported to the Region 10 treatment center.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Experience developing; recommending, and evaluating operating procedures and recommending changes;
  • Experience developing technical written materials such as policies, technical manuals or rules/regulations;
  • Experience providing technical program assistance to staff.

Additional Qualifications:  Are not required; however, having the minimum qualifications plus the education, licensure, and/or experience below is desirable.
  1. Experience working with and analyzing information provided by partner agencies related to Public Health Preparedness. Typically gained by at least two years of experience working in a public health setting, working in public health emergency management at the local and/or regional level
  2. Education from an accredited college or university in a public health field. Typically gained by a Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences, public health, nursing (current RN license) or a closely related field
  3. Licensure as a Registered Nurse in Idaho or state licensure as a Registered Nurse pursuant to the Nurse Licensure Compact, Idaho Code 54-1418. For licensure information, please contact the Idaho Board of Nursing at www.ibn.idaho.gov.
  4. Experience managing grants. Typically gained by at least one year of professional experience in project or grants management where a primary duty was budget and grant compliance reporting

Exam: 
There is an exam for this position to determine an applicant's eligibility. Click the "Preview Exam" button below to review the exam. You must receive a score of 63 to pass this exam. If at any time during the screening/testing process your responses or resume do not support the answers you provided; your name will be removed from the register.
How to Apply:
Click on any Apply Online button and follow the instructions provided to complete the Application Checklist and Exam for this position. When updating your online application information, please select Health and Welfare under "Agencies," part-time under "Job Type/Shift" and Boise under "Cities".
 
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Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. In addition, preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources.

 https://labor.idaho.gov/dhr/ats/statejobs/jobannouncement.aspx?announcement_no=09058072858


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 10 Déc - 02:54 (2015)    Sujet du message: EPIDEMICS FEARS IN EU : HIV, POLIO, CHOLERA, & MORE DETECTED IN REFUGEE CAMPS Répondre en citant

EPIDEMICS FEARS IN EU : HIV, POLIO, CHOLERA, & MORE DETECTED IN REFUGEE CAMPS

So, now it's about biological warfare too, as always in refugee camp. Can we say health care vaccination???



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJdcB7jDW8A&feature=youtu.be

The influx of asylum seekers has brought health concerns to Europe. About 15% of newly arriving migrants (approx. 200 000 people) require immediate treatment. Doctors admit some of the illnesses have been transmitted by refugees and the EU is not ready to provide its citizents with appropriate treatment. Several diseases represent a real people's life threat: cholera, HIV, Hepatitis A, B, C, E, polio, malaria, leishmaniasis, etc.


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MessagePosté le: Mer 13 Jan - 17:16 (2016)    Sujet du message: POUTINE : LA RUSSIE A DEVELOPPE UN VACCIN CONTRE EBOLA, LE PLUS EFFICACE JAMAIS CONCU Répondre en citant

POUTINE : LA RUSSIE A DEVELOPPE UN VACCIN CONTRE EBOLA, LE PLUS EFFICACE JAMAIS CONCU

Attention, ne tombez pas dans le piège. Ils mangent tous à la même table, tous ses petits dieux.

13 janv. 2016, 15:29


  Source: Sputnik

La Russie a découvert un vaccin contre le virus Ebola, a annoncé le président Vladimir Poutine mercredi lors de sa rencontre avec les membres du Parlement.

«Nous avons une bonne nouvelle, je vais demander au ministre de la Santé d’en parler. Nous avons déposé le brevet d’un vaccin contre Ebola, qui après de nombreux tests, ont montré une efficacité élevée, plus élevé que les produits utilisés jusque maintenant», a conclu le dirigeant russe.

La plus récente épidémie d’Ebola a éclaté en mars 2014, la zone la plus durement frappée a été l’Afrique de l'Ouest : la Guinée, le Libéria et le Sierra Leone en particulier. Selon l’Organisation mondiale de Santé, plus de 10 000 personnes ont perdu la vie dans une des pires épidémies virales qu’ait connu l’Afrique de l’Ouest.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 31 Jan - 05:44 (2016)    Sujet du message: WOMEN TOLD TO STOP HAVING BABIES AS ZIKA VIRUS / MICROCEPHALY PANIC SPREADS Répondre en citant

WOMEN TOLD TO STOP HAVING BABIES AS ZIKA VIRUS / MICROCEPHALY PANIC SPREADS
 



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Is the Zika virus causing an epidemic of microcephaly?
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MessagePosté le: Mar 2 Fév - 06:10 (2016)    Sujet du message: ZIKA: WHO DECLARES 'GLOBAL EMERGENCY' IN RESPONSE TO SPREAD OF THE VIRUS / WHO DIRECTOR-GENERAL SUMMARIZES THE OUTCOME OF THE EMERGENCY COMMITTEE ON ZIKA Répondre en citant





ZIKA: WHO DECLARES 'GLOBAL EMERGENCY' IN RESPONSE TO SPREAD OF THE VIRUS




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WHO DIRECTOR-GENERAL SUMMARIZES THE OUTCOME OF THE EMERGENCY COMMITTEE ON ZIKA

WHO statement on the first meeting of the International Health Regulations (2005) Emergency Committee on Zika virus and observed increase in neurological disorders and neonatal malformations

1 February 2016


I convened an Emergency Committee, under the International Health Regulations, to gather advice on the severity of the health threat associated with the continuing spread of Zika virus disease in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Committee met today by teleconference.

In assessing the level of threat, the 18 experts and advisers looked in particular at the strong association, in time and place, between infection with the Zika virus and a rise in detected cases of congenital malformations and neurological complications.

The experts agreed that a causal relationship between Zika infection during pregnancy and microcephaly is strongly suspected, though not yet scientifically proven. All agreed on the urgent need to coordinate international efforts to investigate and understand this relationship better.

The experts also considered patterns of recent spread and the broad geographical distribution of mosquito species that can transmit the virus.

The lack of vaccines and rapid and reliable diagnostic tests, and the absence of population immunity in newly affected countries were cited as further causes for concern.

After a review of the evidence, the Committee advised that the recent cluster of microcephaly cases and other neurological disorders reported in Brazil, following a similar cluster in French Polynesia in 2014, constitutes an “extraordinary event” and a public health threat to other parts of the world.

In their view, a coordinated international response is needed to minimize the threat in affected countries and reduce the risk of further international spread.

Members of the Committee agreed that the situation meets the conditions for a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.

I have accepted this advice.

I am now declaring that the recent cluster of microcephaly cases and other neurological disorders reported in Brazil, following a similar cluster in French Polynesia in 2014, constitutes a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.

A coordinated international response is needed to improve surveillance, the detection of infections, congenital malformations, and neurological complications, to intensify the control of mosquito populations, and to expedite the development of diagnostic tests and vaccines to protect people at risk, especially during pregnancy.

The Committee found no public health justification for restrictions on travel or trade to prevent the spread of Zika virus.

At present, the most important protective measures are the control of mosquito populations and the prevention of mosquito bites in at-risk individuals, especially pregnant women.

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/statements/2016/emergency-committee-zika-microcephaly/en/

Frequently asked questions on IHR Emergency Committee

http://www.who.int/ihr/procedures/en_ihr_ec_faq.pdf


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MessagePosté le: Mar 2 Fév - 06:25 (2016)    Sujet du message: ZIKA: URGENCE DE PORTEE "MONDIALE" ALERTE L'OMS Répondre en citant








ZIKA: URGENCE DE PORTEE "MONDIALE" ALERTE L'OMS




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MessagePosté le: Mer 9 Mar - 05:56 (2016)    Sujet du message: ARMED FORCES ACROSS THE AMERICAS DEPLOY TO PREVENT SPREAD OF ZIKA VIRUS Répondre en citant


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ARMED FORCES ACROSS THE AMERICAS DEPLOY TO PREVENT SPREAD OF ZIKA VIRUS

2016-02-17 | Health


Salvadoran Armed Forces Private Santos Marroquín fumigates the area around a park in the neighborhood of Las Palmeras, municipality of Santa Tecla, on February 4th as part of the fight against the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which transmits the Zika virus.  [Photo: Gloria Cañas]

By Eduardo Szklarz and Lorena Baires

 
The Armed Forces of several countries in the Americas are providing crucial support to public health authorities fighting the Zika virus, and are playing a key role in preventing the spread of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, a carrier of the Zika, dengue and chikungunya viruses.

The Pan-American Health Organization said the Zika virus has spread so rapidly throughout the region because the populace had no previous exposure to it and therefore lacks immunity, and because the Aedes aegypti mosquito is present in all countries of the Americas, except Canada and continental Chile.

Regional cooperation between partner nations is a key component of the strategy to stop the spread of the Zika virus. On February 2nd, the Central American Integration System (SICA), which comprises the governments of Central America and the Dominican Republic, held an extraordinary meeting of heads of state to implement a regional action plan to combat the virus.

“Since there still is no cure or treatment, it is necessary to look for solutions that let us halt the spread of this terrible disease, and at the same time, allow us to control it and improve our capabilities to treat those suffering from it,” said SICA Secretary General Victoria de Avilés during the meeting.
Educating the people


The Monte 12 Engineering Battalion uses trucks to remove barrels and containers that could hold eggs and larvae for the Aedes aegypti mosquito in the municipality of Goya in the province of Corrientes, Argentina, one of the provinces most afflicted by the mosquito. [Photo: Argentine Army]

On February 1st, after 4,473 cases of Zika were recorded in the country, Honduras declared a national alert, and members of the Honduran Armed Forces deployed nationwide to help the population take steps to control the mosquito.

“The Military units received instructions to aid Hondurans in different regions by setting up emergency operation centers,” explained Honduran Army spokesperson Colonel Jorge Cerrato. “This brings them closer to the population and [helps] stop this public health threat.”

In El Salvador, the Ministry of Health has treated 3,302 cases of Zika since January 1st, and about 7,000 instances of the virus since November 26th, when authorities recorded the first infection. To support the nation's fight against the Zika virus, the Salvadoran Armed Forces (FAES, for its Spanish acronym) sent members of the Military Health Battalion to join the national seminar on the vector mosquito on January 21st.

“Our service members have been trained and taught how to combat the Aedes aegypti mosquito and we work hard to provide guidance to the population about controlling nests. Our mission is to protect the people from the health threats brought on by the Zika virus,” explained First Lieutenant Franco Zelaya, coordinator of the FAES Fumigation and Cleaning Brigades, during a visit to the neighborhood of Las Palmeras in the municipality of Santa Tecla.

Citizens have expressed gratefulness to the Salvadoran service members because of their attention to detail in checking places where mosquitoes might reproduce, such as unused tires, barrels, patios, and yards. “We are relieved that these Soldiers have come to fumigate all the houses in the neighborhood and teach us how terrible it is to catch Zika,” stated Zoila Marroquín, a 48-year-old housewife and resident of Las Palmeras. “I think that now we will be more aware and destroy nests.”

The Dominican Republic's Armed Forces are responding to the advance of the Zika virus by deploying service members to intensify support for epidemiological surveillance in coordination with the Ministry of Public Health, provincial governors, and local mayoral offices.

“Our service members are providing guidance to our citizens to raise awareness about how dangerous these diseases are, their characteristics, their symptoms, and the procedures to follow if they suspect they have contracted the Zika virus,” stated Major General José Matos, Chief of Staff of the Dominican Army, during the launch of the national seminar on Zika on January 29th.

Dominican service members have been deployed to the provinces of San Cristóbal, Azua, Pedernales, Independencia, Elías Piña, Dajabón, and Monte Cristi. Dominican authorities confirmed the first 10 cases of Zika on January 23rd. Since then, service members and Ministry of Public Heath Brigades have visited 56,216 homes and eliminated 8,506 mosquito nests, sprayed larvicide on 31,896 containers, and delivered 59,881 educational speeches.
South American action
 
While 220,000 Brazilian service members took to the streets to provide guidance to the populace starting on February 13th, the Argentine Army is combating the insect in provinces that have been most severely affected by the epidemic, such as Misiones and Corrientes.

The efforts of service members are coordinated by the Ministry of Defense’s Department of Logistics, Emergency Cooperation, Culture, and Community. “The tasks carried out by the Army include cleaning property, removing containers, assisting in preventive medicine control measures, and giving informational talks,” the Argentine Ministry of Defense Social Communications Office told Diálogo.
 
In Misiones, for example, the Monte 12 Army Brigade works with a health team providing support at the René Favaloro Hospital in Posadas. The Monte 12 Engineering Battalion and the 1st Armored Brigade are removing barrels from several neighborhoods in conjunction with local authorities in the municipalities of Goya, in Corrientes, and Tandil, in the province of Buenos Aires, reported the Army.

On January 25th, the Corrientes government declared an epidemiological alert due to the spread of dengue in the province, which has so far resulted in 31 recorded cases. In Misiones, the recent rains created favorable conditions for virus outbreaks in several municipalities.

“The governments of Misiones and Corrientes are working together with the forces to prevent and control the spread of the virus afflicting the country’s coast,” the Army stated, adding that informational talks are being organized for Military and civilian personnel and their families about the ongoing situation.

For its part, the Colombian National Army’s Health Bureau is providing training to residents on how to prevent the Zika virus. The Andean country is already the second-most severely impacted by Zika in South America after Brazil, with 20,297 recorded infections as of the third week in January, according to the Colombian National Health Institute.

“In Military units, homes, and in the community at large, we must eliminate all mosquito nesting sites, such as in bushes and flower pots,” the Colombian Army stated on its website. “Also, once a week, we must wash tanks and reservoirs used to store water for household use.”

In response to the accelerating spread of the Zika virus, the World Health Organization’s Emergency Committee declared an international public health emergency on February 1st. The Zika virus is associated with microcephaly, a serious birth defect in which a newborn’s head is abnormally small, resulting in an underdeveloped brain and other complications. Among the most common symptoms of Zika are fever, rash, joint pain, conjunctivitis (red eyes), muscle pain, and headaches. Medical authorities believe the Zika virus’s incubation period – the time between a victim being infected and showing symptoms – is probably a few days to a week.

http://dialogo-americas.com/en_GB/articles/rmisa/features/2016/02/17/feature-01?source=most_viewed


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MessagePosté le: Ven 15 Avr - 14:54 (2016)    Sujet du message: ‘EPIDEMIC ALERT’ AS DOCTORS DIAGNOSE OUTBREAK OF HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS, DEADLY DISEASE AMONG MIGRANTS Répondre en citant

‘EPIDEMIC ALERT’ AS DOCTORS DIAGNOSE OUTBREAK OF HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS, DEADLY DISEASE AMONG MIGRANTS

Among migrants or by some occult scientists working for the satanic elites to achieve their evil goal?



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by Oliver JJ Lane14 Apr 2016

A former luxury hotel-turned migrant centre in Austria is the site of an outbreak of a deadly bacterial disease which has seen at least one migrant put into intensive care.

 
The outbreak of louse-born relapsing fever is just the latest re-emergence of diseases long thought exterminated in Europe, carried back to the continent by a great migratory movement of millions of people from Africa and Asia. Particularly associated with Ethiopia, Sudan, Eritrea, and Somalia, the extremely contagious bacteria causes severe illness and can be fatal in 30 to 70 per cent of cases, according to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.

If untreated, the disease has a similar fatality rate to that of the 2015 West African Ebola outbreak.

Health authorities in Austria reacted immediately to the outbreak, reports Kronen Zeitung. Salzburg chief of public order Dr. Michael Haybäck said of the urgent measures taken to contain the infection: “According to Article 6 of the Law on Epidemics, we take all necessary measures without delay to meet a suspected case”.

The luxurious alpine country resort hotel Kobenzl was placed under quarantine, with rooms placed in lock-down and completely disinfected. Given that body lice are the main vector for the disease, the cleaning of mattresses and clothes was given especial priority.

Now all migrants living at the hotel will be required to wash their clothes at 60 degrees for the next six weeks, two weeks beyond the approximate life span of an infected louse. The other residents of the hotel are presently being examined to determine whether there are more cases to come, reports Salzburg24, but it is not presently known how many cases have been detected in total.

All staff at the centre have been issued with protective disposable clothing for their work with the migrants.

Borrelia recurrentis, the bacteria transferred from infected lice to humans which causes Relapsing Fever was a global disease a century ago until it was eradicated in Europe. It ravaged eastern Europe in the immediate aftermath of the Great War and during the Russian revolution, killing five million people from 13 million known cases between 1919 and 1923.

Migrants have been credited with a host of other diseases appearing in Europe again, in some cases for the first time in decades. As reported by Breitbart London, European hospitals have seen Diphtheria, Tuberculosis, And Malaria cases in historic numbers in the past year.

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/04/14/doctors-diagnose-sudden-outbreak-highly-contagious-deadly-disease-among-migrants/http://marialeroux1.clicforum.fr/images/wysiwyg.html?5#


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HOMELAND SECURITY TO RELEASE HARMLESS GAS IN NYC SUBWAY SYSTEM FOR BIOTERRORISM DRILL

BY Chris Sommerfeldt, Denis Slattery
 
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Friday, May 6, 2016, 11:02 PM



  Susan Watts/New York Daily News Subway riders have no need to panic over the gas — it’s only a test.

Don't hold your breath, it’s only a test. Exclamation Question Question Question

The Department of Homeland Security will release “harmless particle materials” in the city’s subway system next week.

The “non-toxic, safe gas material” will be released at subway stations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens in order to understand where hazardous material would travel in the event of a biological terrorist attack.

“This is important information to help local authorities to enhance their emergency preparedness,” DHS Program Manager Dr. Donald Bansleben said Friday.
Officials said there is currently no credible threat against either New York City or the subway system.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 22 Mai - 13:38 (2016)    Sujet du message: ZIKA : FEU VERT DE PRINCIPE POUR LÂCHER DES MOUSTIQUES OGM Répondre en citant

ZIKA : FEU VERT DE PRINCIPE POUR LÂCHER DES MOUSTIQUES OGM

 
Début février, l'OMS a élevé l'épidémie de virus Zika au rang d'«urgence de santé publique de portée internationale».
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L'agence américaine des médicaments, la Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a donné son feu vert de principe vendredi à un lâcher expérimental de moustiques génétiquement modifiés en Floride qui pourraient permettre de limiter la propagation du virus Zika.

Dans un document publié sur son site internet, la FDA explique avoir déterminé que ces moustiques mâles baptisé «OX513A» ne présentent probablement pas de risque d'allergie pour les humains, les animaux ou l'environnement.

Mais la décision de la FDA ne sera pas finalisée avant plusieurs mois, période durant laquelle l'agence entendra les évaluations des différentes parties prenantes.

Ces moustiques «Aedes aegypti» OGM produits par la firme britannique Oxitec, sont porteurs d'un gène qui écourte nettement leur vie et celle de leurs progénitures qui meurent avant l'âge adulte.

Cela a pour effet d'éliminer les populations de moustiques sauvages qui sont les principaux vecteurs de maladies infectieuses comme le Zika, la dengue, le chikungunya ou le virus du Nil Occidental.

Ces moustiques OGM ont déjà montré une certaine efficacité à réduire les populations de moustiques sauvages dans de petits tests effectués au Brésil et d'autres pays d'Amérique du sud.

La FDA a décidé de soumettre sans attendre cette décision aux avis des différentes parties dans le public pour la finaliser au plus vite alors qu'avec l'arrivée des beaux jours aux États-Unis les moustiques vont éclore et se multiplier, avait récemment expliqué devant le Congrès un responsable de la FDA.

L'agence des médicaments s'est essentiellement appuyée sur une évaluation d'impact environnemental soumis par Oxitec qui est devenue une filiale de la firme américaine de biotechnologie Intrexon.

Les documents d'Oxitec et de la FDA concluent que ces moustiques OGM ne pourront probablement pas «s'échapper» pour établir de larges populations dans la nature par le fait qu'ils sont programmés pour mourir jeunes.

En outre, ils ne présentent aucun danger pour les humains et les autres animaux car ils ne piquent pas étant donné qu'il ne s'agit pour la plupart de mâles. Seules les femelles piquent pour se nourrir de sang.

Et même s'il est aussi prévu de lâcher un très petit nombre de moustiques femelles OGM, les protéines qu'elles portent, résultant de leur modification génétique, ne paraissent pas être toxiques ou allergènes, selon la FDA.

Dans son document l'agence conclut que «la probabilité qu'un lâcher de moustiques OX513A mâles ait des effets toxiques ou allergènes chez les humains ou les autres animaux est négligeable...».

Une autre raison incitant les autorités américaines à accélérer le processus d'approbation est la résistance que développe les moustiques aux insecticides.

Les autorités sanitaires se mobilisent pour protéger surtout les femmes enceintes d'une infection par le virus Zika, fortement soupçonné de provoquer la microcéphalie, une malformation grave et irréversible qui se caractérise par une taille anormalement petite du crâne et du cerveau des nouveau-nés.

http://www.lapresse.ca/international/etats-unis/201603/11/01-4959821-zika-f…


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MessagePosté le: Dim 22 Mai - 13:53 (2016)    Sujet du message: NYC TO BEGIN SRAYING FOR ZIKA OVER BROOKLYN, AND STATEN ISLAND (AUDIO) / ZIKA VIRUS SPRAYING FOR MOSQUITOES IN CUBA Répondre en citant

NYC TO BEGIN SRAYING FOR ZIKA OVER BROOKLYN, AND STATEN ISLAND (AUDIO)

By: Martin Mavis
Date: May 17, 2016
in: Audio, Culture & Society, Current Events, Health

New York’s Department of Health is launching an all-out assault against mosquitoes amid growing concern about the Zika Virus.

While assuring residents that the virus is not spreading in the city, it says local mosquitoes are spreading other diseases like the West Nile Virus.

With mosquito season upon us, the city is going to begin a three day aerial bombardment of marsh and other non-residential areas at some two dozen sites in the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island and Brooklyn.

Source – http://pix11.com/2016/05/11/nyc-to-begin-spraying-for-zika-over-brooklyn-br…

+ AUDIO : http://www.talknetwork.com/2016-05-17-nyc-to-begin-spraying-for-zika-over-b…


CRAZY! CUBA SPRAYS POISON ON ITS PEOPLE IN ALLEGED FIGHT AGAINST ZIKA



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 26 Mai - 04:06 (2016)    Sujet du message: VIRUS ZIKA EN EUROPE : L'OMS ANNONCE UN RISQUE DE PROPAGATION FAIBLE A MODERE JUSQU'A LA FIN DE L'ETE Répondre en citant

VIRUS ZIKA EN EUROPE : L'OMS ANNONCE UN RISQUE DE PROPAGATION FAIBLE A MODERE JUSQU'A LA FIN DE L'ETE


Des moustiques de l’espèce Aedes aegypti responsables de la transmission du Zika, de la dengue et du chikungunya. Photo : AIEA / Dean Calma

18 mai 2016 – Une nouvelle étude concernant le virus Zika, publiée mercredi par l'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS), évalue le risque de propagation de l'épidémie dans la région européenne de l'OMS comme étant faible à modéré pour la période allant de la fin du printemps à l'été.

« D'après les données factuelles publiées aujourd'hui, nous pouvons constater qu'il existe un risque de propagation de la maladie à virus Zika dans la région européenne, et que ce risque est variable d'un pays à l'autre », a déclaré la Directrice régionale de l'OMS pour l'Europe, le Docteur Zsuzsanna Jakab, ajoutant que ce risque est plus élevé dans les pays de la région où les moustiques de type Aedes, responsables de la propagation du virus, sont présents.

La Directrice régionale a exhorté les pays qui courent un risque plus important à renforcer leurs capacités nationales et à donner la priorité aux activités permettant de prévenir une « flambée épidémique de grande envergure ».

L'étude l'OMS a évalué le risque de flambée épidémique en fonction de deux facteurs : la probabilité d'une propagation du virus Zika et les capacités nationales existantes pour prévenir ou maîtriser rapidement une transmission locale.

Selon l'étude, la probabilité d'une transmission locale du virus Zika faute de mesures destinées à atténuer la menace est modérée dans 18 pays de la région européenne et élevée dans certaines zones géographiques limitées : l'île de Madère et la côte nord-est de la Mer noire.

En tenant compte des capacités à répondre à l'épidémie, les résultats de l'étude indiquent que, dans toute la région européenne de l'OMS, le risque est faible à modéré pour la période allant de la fin du printemps à l'été.

Pour les pays où la probabilité d'une transmission locale de la maladie est élevée ou modérée, l'OMS recommande de renforcer les activités de lutte antivectorielle pour éviter l'introduction et la propagation de moustiques et réduire leur densité ; de donner aux professionnels de la santé les moyens de détecter rapidement une transmission locale de la maladie et de signaler le premier cas de transmission locale, ainsi que les complications résultant des infections, dans les 24 heures suivant le diagnostic ; de vérifier que les compétences et capacités requises pour dépister le virus Zika, ou des protocoles pour expédier des échantillons sanguins à l'étranger, sont en place ; d'encourager les communautés locales à limiter le nombre de sites de reproduction des moustiques ; de permettre aux personnes exposées à un risque, en particulier aux femmes enceintes, de se protéger d'une infection, y compris d'une transmission par voie sexuelle ; d'atténuer les effets de la maladie à virus Zika et de limiter ses complications.

Du 22 au 24 juin 2016, l'OMS organisera une consultation régionale au Portugal afin d'examiner les conclusions de l'évaluation des risques et de déterminer les besoins, les atouts et les lacunes des pays en matière de prévention et de riposte à la maladie.

http://www.un.org/apps/newsFr/storyF.asp?NewsID=37248


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MessagePosté le: Sam 25 Juin - 01:35 (2016)    Sujet du message: NAVY MEDICINE RELEASES VIDEO WITH HELPFUL TIPS FOR MOSQUITO SEASON Répondre en citant

NAVY MEDICINE RELEASES VIDEO WITH HELPFUL TIPS FOR MOSQUITO SEASON

Story Number: NNS160624-23Release Date: 6/24/2016 3:18:00 PM 

By Jazmine Wise, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs


The aedes albopictus mosquito is the primary carrier for the chikungunya virus, also known as CHIK, in the temperate climates of the United States. While Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall officials test regularly for the presence of West Nile Virus in local mosquitoes, joint base residents can take a number of preventative steps to help stem mosquito breeding and activity near residences on the joint base. (U.S. Army photo)

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (NNS) -- Navy Medicine released a mosquito awareness video for Sailors, Marines and their families, June 24.

Although the Zika virus has not been spread by mosquitoes in the United States, it could occur. Rolling Eyes = We know who created Zika and why!

The new video demonstrates how to take extra protective measures during mosquito season, including measures to safeguard your home such as avoiding the use of mosquito attraction devices.

"The Navy is actively conducting mosquito surveillance and testing on board installations along the U.S. Gulf and Atlantic coasts," said Cmdr. Alan Lam, deputy associate director, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Public Health, Emergency Preparedness and Response. "Being educated and aware of preventive measures is vital in avoiding the transmission of the virus."

Female mosquitoes lay eggs in small pools of water. To reduce mosquito breeding, eliminate standing water in flower pots, clogged rain gutters, children's pools, tarps and abandoned tires. Install screens on windows and doors and ensure they are in good condition to keep mosquitoes outside.

Look for insect repellants that contain 20-35 percent DEET, the most common active ingredient in insect repellant, or 20 percent picaridin. Repellants containing permethrin can be used to treat clothing and are safe for pregnant or nursing mothers and their children. These repellants can be purchased through online retailers and local sporting goods stores.

Additionally, long sleeve, light-colored shirts protect from mosquito bites and sun exposure. Mosquito netting should be placed over infant carriers to prevent contact.

Zika virus is transmitted to humans by Aedes mosquitos and blood transfusions. Infected males can also pass the virus on to partners through unprotected sex.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 4 in 5 people infected do not develop symptoms of the virus. Symptoms include fever, rash, headaches, joint and muscle aches, and conjunctivitis.

"Avoiding mosquito bites is the best way to prevent infection," Lam said. "Mosquitos carrying Zika bite mostly during the day. There is currently no specific antiviral treatment, vaccine or drug for the virus."

The Zika mosquito awareness video can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyR1uBepw60/.

For the most current information about the Zika virus, please visit the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center's website at http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmcphc/Pages/Home.aspx/.

Navy Medicine is a global health care network of 63,000 personnel that provide health care support to the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, their families and veterans in high operational tempo environments, at expeditionary medical facilities, medical treatment facilities, hospitals, clinics, hospital ships and research units around the world.

For more information, visit http://www.navy.mil/, http://www.facebook.com/usnavy/, or http://www.twitter.com/usnavy/.

For more news from Navy Medicine, visit http://www.navy.mil/local/mednews/.


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=95380



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Aoû - 06:19 (2016)    Sujet du message: ZIKA VIRUS / ALL THINGS MOSQUITO / FLORIDA TO SPRAY TODAY: RESIDENTS WITH CHEMICAL REDUCING "FETAL BRAIN .SIZE" - ZIKA / ZIKA : UN VACCIN EXPERIMENTE SUR L'HOMME Répondre en citant

ZIKA VIRUS (NAVY)

August 3, 2016
 
How to reduce mosquito population to protect against the Zika virus.

VIDEO : http://www.navy.mil/viewVideo.asp?id=21617



ALL THINGS MOSQUITO  (TRICARE)



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8PaV37vyC8&feature=youtu.be

FLORIDA TO SPRAY TODAY: RESIDENTS WITH CHEMICAL REDUCING "FETAL BRAIN .SIZE" - ZIKA

This fetal brain size could come from vaccination. We can't trust what's coming from the medical scientists connect to the WHO.



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPsLxdHCYng

Links:
1) http://www.thedailysheeple.com/florid...
2) Thumbnail image - Microcephaly Zika baby by AP, Felipe Dana, Wikimedia commons images
https://www.google.gr/search?q=Microc...

ZIKA : UN VACCIN EXPERIMENTE SUR L'HOMME



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MessagePosté le: Sam 20 Aoû - 04:18 (2016)    Sujet du message: ETATS-UNIS : DES CAS DE TRANSMISSION LOCALE DU ZIKA DANS LA TOURISTIQUE MIAMI BEACH Répondre en citant

ETATS-UNIS : DES CAS DE TRANSMISSION LOCALE DU ZIKA DANS LA TOURISTIQUE MIAMI BEACH

Problème qui survient juste quelques jours après un épandange chimique massif pour lutter contre Zika, en Floride

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Plusieurs cas de transmission locale du virus du Zika ont été répertoriés dans la destination très touristique de Miami Beach, ont rapporté jeudi plusieurs médias américains, évoquant ainsi une propagation du virus en Floride. Le journal local Miami Herald a rapporté, faisant référence à des sources sanitaires locales non identifiées, qu' »une nouvelle zone de transmission active du Zika a été identifiée à Miami Beach ».

De son côté, le quotidien The New York Times a également indiqué qu' »un groupe de cas de Zika très probablement inoculé par des moustiques locaux a été identifié à Miami Beach ». Le journal se réfère à un responsable sanitaire non identifié.

« Les autorités sanitaires essaient de décider de déclarer ou non une partie de la bouillonnante ville touristique comme zone de transmission active du Zika, et de conseiller ou non aux femmes enceintes d’éviter cette zone », a poursuivi le NYT. Il s’agirait selon la source du journal d’une « poignée de cas » ayant été « en étroite proximité les uns avec les autres ».

La Floride (sud-est) a annoncé le mois dernier ses premiers cas de transmission locale du virus dans le comté de Miami-Dade, dans une zone de moins de 2 km2 du quartier tendance de Wynwood.

http://www.bvoltaire.fr/breves/etats-unis-des-cas-de-transmission-locale-du…


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