How to contain Bird Flu

Most people dun understand, that Tamiflu only acts as a deterent, against very specific types of threats, and if a mutation occurs, there is a certain percentage of chance it might not be able to stop the spread depending on its signature, how viral is it, and how destructive is the payload. This percentage is very small, with a very small window of exposure, and the risk of it hitting all the right ingredients is very negligible. So the most important way to control an unknown virus is containment, and pure isolation, like the most dangerous viral outbreak, not manufacturing a whole lot of 1-1 for the population. First line of defence is your health workers and those who are in contact with birds, which must be quickly vacinated. You dun have to vacinate the entire population. Next line of defence is to vacinate all people within a radius of all outbreaks. That will somewhat contain 95% of the risks.

“How to effectively contain a dangerous virus”
Create a room, where everything is isolated. Airconditioning is recycled and filtered and the air is clensed by special chemicals. Drainage and containment of human waste is just as important. Not a single drop must be allowed out of the isolation ward, and everything must be treated as the most dangerous biohazard waste materials . Every hospital in affected areas must quickly setup such an isolation ward, nothing must be left to chance. And if it mutates to a highly contagious and deadly form, even a decontamination room needs to be setup, for interim access, before getting to the isolation ward. This is very critical to contain an outbreak, not a whole lot of anti-viral drugs.

When an outbreak occurs, and a suspected patient is identified, first thing to do and the most critical is to bring him into the isolation ward, “NOTHING ELSE IS MORE IMPORTANT”. And the speed u bring him there without him passing on to someone is just as critical. All those who you suspect has contact with him must also be quarantined straight away with at least a days stay to find out if he is also affected. If you follow my instructions, the risk is already minimised.

There is no danger in eating live poultry affected by H5N1 virus. Just properly cook it. Make sure the poultry is not a dead carcass. The authorities are afraid of risks cause the live poultry will pass the H5N1 virus to anyone who comes in contain with it. “That is the real risk.”

The most important, do not eat half cook poultry where the meat still contain blood, or the blood of chicken and ducks where most chinese consider a delicacy. Other than that, there is totally no risk.

No building in the world is equiped to handle Bird Flu, the reason is the airconditioning system, which will facilitate the spread of the virus. If you do not solve this problem, no amount of money, is able to help anybody, when a pandemic strike.

Firstly, Bird to Bird transmission needs to be monitored. The next stage is Bird to Human transmission, at this point, proper care and quarantine procedures will need to be implimented. And the last stage, Human to Human transmission, which must be stopped at all costs. 
– Contributed by Oogle.


Author: Gilbert Tan TS

IT expert with more than 20 years experience in Multiple OS, Security, Data & Internet , Interests include AI and Big Data, Internet and multimedia. An experienced Real Estate agent, Insurance agent, and a Futures trader. I am capable of finding any answers in the world you want as long as there are reports available online for me to do my own research to bring you closest to all the unsolved mysteries in this world, because I can find all the paths to the Truth, and what the Future holds. All I need is to observe, test and probe to research on anything I want, what you need to do will take months to achieve, all I need is a few hours.​

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