It’s highly likely that a pandemic is forming (or is already well under way) and is undetected because the reporting mechanisms the hospitals use to local health departments and ultimately the CDC are grossly underestimating the problem.

Friday, December 27, 2013
By Paul Martin

SteveQuayle.com
Dec 27, 2013

Hi Steve, I’m a paramedic in a large southern city. I was remarking to
a coworker early this morning about this year’s flu season being one
of the harshest in my experience so far. One of the nurses told me
that although they have had thousands come to the hospital with flu
symptoms, they were tested for influenza and tested negative.

It seems this bug is transmitted primarily via droplet contact (cough,
sneeze, etc) and evades the widely available flu test the hospitals
use. It’s highly likely that a pandemic is forming (or is already well
under way) and is undetected because the reporting mechanisms the
hospitals use to local health departments and ultimately the CDC are
grossly underestimating the problem.

It’s being kept hush-hush in order to avoid panic (I was passed
information by several nurses and doctors who started the intel with
“you didn’t hear this from me but…”) so preppers and patriots should
heed the warning now.

God Bless

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