H5N1 Bird Flu Effects Downplayed as WHO Calls for Weaponized Strain to Go Public
A new study was released that shows the United Nation’s prediction that the H5N1 bird flu kills nearly 60% of infected people may be overblown and this type of flu may only have a 1% death rate.
The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) counted 586 cases of H5N1 bird flu, and 346 people died. But WHO may have failed to consider millions of people who contracted the H5N1 flu with only mild symptoms. (Continue story)