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GermtraX - Tracking disease around the world

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    Posted: June 27 2018 at 5:37pm
To my fellow germ trackers after we lost GoogleTrends and as the CDC gives us very little information or maps during the summer - I know something is out there and some of my best search engines no longer exist. It is time to get current and we have the technology for real time disease reporting across the U.S.

Isn't this amazing. I am now search on some new search engines and know what - the content on Google is controlled. Yes, there are little data sifters keeping you away from don't want to tell sites.

We are on the verge of a Pandemic - and many people are very ill.

I continue to say the next Pandemic will be a single virus or group of viruses you get at the same time which attack lungs, stomach and intestines, and the brain.  Picture this as coughing up blood - throwing up until you can't anymore and have a blinding headache. Just got off the phone with some near and dear to I went and searched on GermtraX - sure enough circles - darker circles in California near my area and in Pennsylvania.

We need new tools and new sources of information.


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This is really cool! But I do not think that one can tell how much illness there is in each area. Some respiratory but they do not give numbers so it is hard to tell how bad it is in that area.

Going with my theory, lots of illness south of the Mason Dixon line and on the coasts. My theory heat and damp just not good for your health and great for growing germs!
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