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Pneumonic plague in Phoenix-AZ-USA ???

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    Posted: December 04 2017 at 12:59am
http://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/news/u-s-national-news/1714-breaking-news-pneumonic-plague-fears-in-phoenix-as-young-mom-dies-within-8-hours-fleas-in-2-az-counties-tested-positive-for-plague and http://www.wsbtv.com/news/trending-now/mother-of-2-dies-just-day-after-flu-diagnosis/657538643 From Hal Turner:Now, test results allegedly show that Murrieta's "Flu" may have actually been PNEUMONIC PLAGUE; a highly contagious and usually fatal disease spread by infected fleas.  Worse, the tests also allegedly indicate this may be the same ANITBIOTIC-RESISTANT strain killing hundreds in Madagascar over the past few weeks.

Already in august fleas in Arizona tested positive for the pneumonic plague. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/plague-arizona-bubonic-fleas-carrying-disease-deadly-us-cdc-any-other-key-locations-names-orgs-and-a7892011.html (DJ; Many others had that news when you google it.)

No other confirmation yet- so a lot of ?????! see also http://www.azdhs.gov/documents/preparedness/epidemiology-disease-control/flu/surveillance/2017-2018/influenza-2017-18-week47.pdf Flu can kill fast-worse cases of flu can be just as bad as the plague.
Que sera, sera, Whatever will be, will be, The future is not ours to see, Que sera, sera !
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http://www.thebigwobble.org/2017/12/it-killed-200-million-europeans-in.html?spref=fb

-Two black bears exposed to the plague was found in Paradise, according to the California Department of Public Health.If caught early, it's treatable in the modern age with antibiotics.
Predators like bears often prey on rodents, which are the primary carriers of plague, according to the state Public Health Department.
Historically, about 12 percent of bear samples have tested positive for plague antibodies, according to California Department of Public Health.
Positive bear samples have been found in 32 counties in California.
-In June, July and August this year, the plague showed up in the U.S. Canada and Russia!
In early August 2017, The Apache County Health Department recently notified the public about a new prairie dog die-off in Concho, Arizona.
A previous die-off was reported in early July.
The notice bluntly states that "Old Concho is now considered a plague-positive area."
The die-off occurred earlier in July.
-In June this year, two more cases of human plague were confirmed in New Mexico.
The New Mexico Department of Health said a 52-year-old woman and a 62-year-old woman were recently diagnosed with the plague. According to health officials, the first confirmed case of the plague this year occurred in June when a 63-year-old man contracted the plague.
All three patients, who live in Santa Fe County, were hospitalized but there were no deaths.
-In July this year, Parks Canada closed off a Saskatchewan national park's remote prairie dog colony to the public after two rodents from the area tested positive for sylvatic plague — the same bacteria that causes the bubonic and pneumonic plagues in humans.

Also in July, The notorious bubonic plague, infected a Siberian youngster.
A ten-year-old boy in Siberia's Altai Republic contracted bubonic plague, local medics told TASS news agency.
"The boy was hospitalized with a high fever and tested positive for bubonic plague.
His condition is not known.
All the 17 people, including six children, with whom the boy had contact, were quarantined.

According to the World Health Organization, more than 13,000 people contracted bubonic plague in Asia, Africa and America between 2004 and 2013.
Roughly 900 of them died from the disease.
250 have died in Madagascar this year in just two and a half months, which is thought to be the biggest outbreak in 50 years.
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Alani Murrieta, the mother of two-year-old "AJ" and 6-month-old "Jr.," was very healthy. Her family says she hardly ever got sick except for maybe the common cold every now and then.  The 20-year-old mother of two was diagnosed with the flu on Monday but died one day later. "She checked into the hospital at 7:30 and by 3:25 she was gone," said Stephanie Gonzales, her aunt. 

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