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maybe this should be in life after trump thread, but belongs here also...a letter from pocahontas to cdc   

"We write regarding a report earlier this month about "a surge in human infections of a deadly bird flu in China [that] is prompting increasing concern among health officials around the world . . . [and that] poses the greatest risk of a pandemic threat if it evolves to spread readily from human to human.""

"Before leaving the CDC in January 2017, the former Director, Dr. Thomas Frieden, stated his concerns about such a pandemic, noting that the greatest public health threat we face is "always for an influenza pandemic," and that "If the resistant organisms emerge in one part of the world, they will inevitably come to other parts of the world. . . .  "

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this news article is worth a read . short, 13 paragraphs.  u.s. tyson chicken is taking hit right now...e.u. , asia, africa, globally inundated with bird flus which are now endemic in the waterfowl and their GLOBAL migratory pathways. brazils meat scandal was not caused by bird flu, but the potential of its part in a global crisis has been highly potentiated by it . mass monoculture facilities we have come to depend upon. we were warned of the dangers and foolishness of monoculture, water mis-use, overfishing, agri-chemical pollutions, pharma pollutions, all pollutions. the vectors , mosquitos, ticks, fleas et. al losing bats and reptiles and amphibians to keep them in check. bacteria that has become and more each day, not only multi drug resistant but TOTAL drug resistance ...the year of the fire rooster...chicken may have come home to roost....



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japan still having outbreaks....

"In Miyagi, a response unit has been set up and the Self-Defense Forces have been asked to help cull the infected birds."


another commercial farm with bird flu in alabama. tennessee and kentucky also infected...

"An expert at Auburn University says it's too early to say whether the outbreak with worsen or fade away."




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Officials Brace For Possible Cases Of Zika With Outbreak Of New Aggressive Mosquito In SoCal

March 29, 2017


"LAKE BALBOA  (CBSLA.com)  —  Los Angeles residents already have to worry about quakes, mudslides, wild fires and horrible traffic.

But officials worry a new type of mosquito, the Aedes,could soon add Zika to that list.

It only takes a cap full of water  for larva to grow and mosquitoes to breed.

CBS2’s Craig Herrera says that because of all the rain we just had, this season could be especially bad for bites.

Sean Rotramel and his wife are hoping to add to their family.  He says he and his wife have avoided travel particularly to avoid things like Zika, that can cause disabilities, birth defects and neurological problems.

“Yeah, terrified. Me and my wife are trying for another baby and we’ve put tons of vacation plans on hold,” Rotramel said.

Officials say he has a right to be concerned about Aedes.

“They have the potential to spread different viruses like Zika virus, yellow fever and even dengue,” said Levy Sun of the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District.

And unlike the native mosquito that carries the West Nile, aedes are invasive and look different.

They’re black and white,  they’re aggressive and bite during the daytime and they don’t lay their eggs in standing water.

“They lay their eggs on the  stock of plants and on the side of containers which means even if you dump out the water, those eggs could still be present,” said Sun"



What's the real chances? I mean what percentage?  Not only that, did they not determine that it was not the mosquito itself but what the mosquitoes were being sprayed with, that was causing the problems? How about people get the real facts? Don't run around in fear.  

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North Korean Biological Weapons Threatening Japan Now

Not about Bird Flu but Japan is facing with North Korea possibly attacking there with Bio-Weapon right now.(´Д`)

Japan is totally unprepared for, regardless of how much the head of Crisis Management spoke to the government to stock up vaccines.

Japan does carry small pox vaccine stock, not enough for the entire population, but counting on those generations who already got shots being lowered for the risk, the number can be adjusted by thinning available vaccine stock.

Nth K has Anthrax culture brewing in big amount.

(c)Scott Miller (all 3 screen captures below are from Ep 6 of doccos "Vaccines Revealed"---please consider checking them out for they are free to view online. Also the HealthRanger is getting their Vaccines related doccos out very soon. The title: "The Truth About Vaccines" and free views register here---http://naturalnewssummits.com/)

Vaccine Revealed_Anthrax vax_2.jpg

Vaccine Revealed_Anthrax vax_3.jpg

and the Anthrax vaccine shots given to Gulf War soldiers was considered as:

Vaccine Revealed_Anthrax vax_1.jpg

And as you can see above, as far as I learned, what the US military used for their own soldiers as the first Anthrax vaccines were bogus ones, only ended up crippling many soldiers.

Apparently the vaccines available in Japan against Anthrax is a better one, but then the creator of the Weaponised Anthrax was speaking up that he made sure NO VACCINES TO WORK against it. WTF...

So regardless of what Japan came up with, no use for protection, and only causing the public to get crippled like the one before??(´゚д゚`) 

There were number of "balloons" with Korean language printed arrived to Japan recently, consecutively.

The first thought I had was; that must have been used to check on the success rate when Nth K was to spread the virus that way...to see where successfully the balloons landed, and how fast the people in Japan found out, how fast MSM picked up, what's the reaction of the news, etc etc......but then again, Japanese intel peeps might also have done that to check the reaction within Japan. Intel world is very criss crossing and too hard for us to really know what exactly is happening.

The balloons had a Timer-like object, blue liquid, a box sorta things dangling down.

This news is from 1st March 2017, just one of few this year: http://mainichi.jp/articles/20170302/k00/00e/040/166000c

This one is from October 2016: http://mainichi.jp/articles/20161029/k00/00e/040/186000c

Size 9m (length)X 1~2m(width). The photos are on the linked pages.

A guy from Fukushima looked into this alarming situation, in his research, he found those balloons were said to be launched from Imjingak, South Korea.

BUT he also encountered the situation of Sth Korean news stating the balloon release was stopped by Sth K police, HOWEVER STILL SOME BALLOONS WERE DISCOVERED landing in Japan.

Sth K reason of release of them was explained as "distributing flyers for the Nth K peeps to change their mind" etc, but TIMER-like object WITH LIQUID being found numerous occasion basically nullify them being flyer distribution being the reason for the release.

From Japanese point of view, they must had been dispatched by Nth K. ლ(ಠ_ಠ ლ)CRAP....... 


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Brain-invading worm turning up in popular vacation destinations

Marie Aubry      April 10, 2017



"A brain-infesting worm increasingly showing up in Hawaiian vacation destinations has many health officials on high alert and fearing the further spread of infection.

The parasite, Angiostrongylus cantonensis, has reportedly been found in Louisiana, Hawaii, and the Caribbean, but lives primarily in the Pacific Basin and Southeast Asia, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

It lives in the blood vessels of rats’ lungs, but its larvae are expelled in the rats’ feces and infect slugs and snails, which can pass the larvae on to humans when ingesting raw or undercooked snails or contaminated fruits and vegetables.

According to ABC News, health officials in Maui reported that at least six cases of the parasitic infection have been reported in the last three months, which indicates an increase in cases over the past decade.

State epidemiologist Dr. Sarah Park said, “If you could imagine, it’s like having a slow-moving bullet go through your brain and there’s no rhyme or reason why it’s going to hang out in this part of the brain or that part of the brain.”



Tx Reddwolf

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Just for general info:

Last line of article  "Liu said that the Liberian illness “might be food intoxication,” but that more information was needed."  I never heard of "food intoxication",but food poisoning, yes so did a look see. (the following is in regard to the US)  So how could "food intoxication" mimic Ebola?

Differentiate between the major types of foodborne diseases -- infection, intoxication, and toxin-mediated infection.

"Microbiological hazards cause most foodborne diseases in the United States. The three microbiological hazards of concern are bacteria, viruses, and parasites. These microorganisms can cause one of three types of illness -- infection, intoxication, or toxin-mediated infection.


A foodborne disease is when a person eats food containing harmful microorganisms, which then grow in the intestinal tract and cause illness. Some bacteria, all viruses, and all parasites cause foodborne illness via infection. The foodborne bacteria that cause infection are: Salmonella spp., Listeria monocytogenes, Campylobacter jejuni, Vibrio parahaemolyticus, Vibrio vulnificus, and Yersinia enterocolitica. The most common viral agents that cause foodborne disease are: Hepatitis A, norovirus, and rotavirus. The most common foodborne parasites are: Trichinella spiralis, Anisakis simplex, Giaria duodenalis, Toxoplasma gondii, Cryptosporidium parvum, and Cyclospora cayetanensis.


An intoxication results when a person eats food containing toxins that cause illness. Toxins are produced by harmful microorganisms, the result of a chemical contamination, or are naturally part of a plant or seafood. Some bacteria cause an intoxication. Viruses and parasites do not cause foodborne intoxication. The foodborne bacteria that cause intoxication are: Clostridium botulinum, Staphylococcus aureus, Clostridium perfringens, and Bacillus cereus. Chemicals that can cause an intoxication include cleaning products, sanitizers, pesticides and metals (lead, copper, brass, zinc, antimony, and cadmium). Seafood toxins include ciguatera toxin, scombroid toxin, shellfish toxins, and systemic fish toxins. Plants and mushrooms can also cause an intoxication.

Toxin-mediated infection

A toxin-mediated infection is when a person eats food containing harmful bacteria. While in the intestinal tract, the bacteria produce toxins that cause illness. Some bacteria cause toxin-mediated infection. Viruses and parasites do not cause a toxin-mediated infection. The foodborne bacteria that cause toxin-mediated infection are: Shigella spp. And Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli."

American Public Health Association. 2000. Control of Communicable Diseases Manual. J. Chin, Editor. Washington, DC. 624 pp.



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Thanx breezy!! It was hanging in my head, questioning about the exact phrasing!!(・ω・)ノ

Love CHANI....(ノ*'ω'*)ノ~~~~♥) ◜◡‾)

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WHO Backs Investigation in Liberia after Mysterious Deaths

May 11, 2017

By Cholo Brooks

Source:  http://gnnliberia.com

Link:  http://gnnliberia.com/2017/05/11/backs-investigation-liberia-mysterious-deaths/


The World Health Organization (WHO) noted today that it supports epidemiological and laboratory investigations in Liberia to identify the microorganism responsible for an outbreak causing mysterious deaths.

We have been working closely with Liberian health authorities and other partners in surveillance, monitoring, social mobilization, prevention and control, emphasized the United Nations specialized agency.

In a statement circulated here to update on the situation in the African country, WHO recalled that on May 8, the Ministry of Health was informed that four of the samples taken to deceased patients gave positive C meningitis (Neisseria meningitis) .


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State of emergency in Yemen's capital as cholera kills 115 people

May 15, 2017

"Health ministry in Sana’a calls on aid donors to help prevent an ‘unprecedented disaster’, as two-thirds of the population lack safe drinking water.

 Yemeni children wear masks as they visit their cholera-infected mother at a hospital in Sana’a, Yemen

  Yemeni children wear masks as they visit their cholera-infected mother at a hospital in Sana’a, Yemen. Only a few of the country’s medical facilities are still functioning. Photograph: Yahya Arhab/EPA

Cholera has killed at least 115 people in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, the local Saba news agency said, after authorities on Sunday declared a state of emergency over the outbreak and called for international help to avert disaster.

Sana’a is controlled by the armed Houthi movement, which is aligned with Iran and fighting a western-backed, Saudi-led coalition. More than 10,000 people have been killed and millions displaced in more than two years of war, which has also destroyed much of the country’s infrastructure.

Only a few medical facilities are still functioning and two-thirds of the population are without access to safe drinking water, the United Nations has said."




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Rare superbug strain found in U.S. city

Mary Elizabeth Dallas  May 17, 2017

"A type of bacteria that's resistant to many widely used antibiotics is unusually common among people in Houston, new research reveals.

The superbug, known as Klebsiella pneumoniae, is particularly prevalent in this city of 6 million people, according to scientists.

"Finding the otherwise uncommon strain in our city was a very surprising discovery," said the study's senior author, Dr. James Musser. He is chair of pathology and genomic medicine at Houston Methodist Hospital.

"We urgently need to identify potential vaccine targets or other new treatments, and develop new and rapid diagnostic techniques," he said in a hospital news release.

K. pneumoniae normally lives in the human intestines where it doesn't cause any trouble. However, in other parts of the body and outside the body, the bacteria can cause serious infections.

Hospitalized patients are at particularly high risk for serious infections caused by the germ, the study authors explained.

The bacteria can trigger harmful infections -- such as pneumonia, bloodstream or urinary tract infections, and meningitis -- once it moves out of the intestines and into other parts of the body.

This isn't the first time this year that K. pneumoniae has made the news in the United States. Earlier this year, an elderly Nevada woman died from an infection with this type of bacteria. It was resistant to all 26 antibiotics used in the United States, the researchers said.

For the current study, the researchers sequenced the genome of more than 1,700 strains of Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria. These strains caused infections in patients treated in the Houston Methodist hospital system from September 2011 to May 2015.

The most abundant strain was called clone type 307. Over the course of those four years, the investigators found K. pneumoniae clone type 307 in more than one-third of the patients studied."



Hmmm, Houston is how far from the GOM?  (not far) and when was the spill? (2010)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klebsiella_pneumoniae      How interesting, when our organism was hit with calibrators (Bezerk) it receded and it's appearance was likened to spaghetti (rods), until it regrouped.  This particular bacteria is described thusly-----"Klebsiella pneumoniae is a Gram-negative, nonmotile, encapsulated, lactose-fermenting, facultative anaerobic, rod-shaped bacterium."

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2 more plague cases reported in New Mexico's Santa Fe County

June 27, 2017

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"SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The New Mexico Department of Health on Monday confirmed two more human cases of plague.

The recent cases involve a 52-year-old woman and a 62-year-old woman. The first case this year was reported in early June in a 63-year-old man.

All three patients, who live in Santa Fe County, were hospitalized but there have been no deaths.

State public health veterinarian Paul Ettestad said plague can be present in fleas that infest wild rodents in Santa Fe County, including within the city limits of Santa Fe and in other locations around New Mexico.

"Pets that are allowed to roam and hunt can bring infected fleas from dead rodents back into the home, putting you and your children at risk," he said.

Health workers are conducted environmental investigations around the homes of the three patients to look for ongoing risk and to ensure the safety of the immediate family members and neighbors.

Plague generally is transmitted to humans through the bites of infected fleas but can be transmitted by direct contact with infected animals including rodents and pets. Symptoms include sudden onset of fever, chills, headache and weakness."




WHO hopes Yemeni cholera outbreak is half done at 218,000 cases

June 27, 2017   Tom Miles

"A major cholera outbreak in Yemen may have reached the halfway mark at 218,798 cases as a massive emergency response has begun to curb its spread two months into the epidemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.

Two years into a devastating civil war between a Saudi-led coalition and Iran-aligned Houthi rebels, Yemen became a perfect breeding ground for the disease, which spreads by faeces getting into food or water and thrives in places with poor sanitation.

Soon after the outbreak began, the WHO saw a risk that it could affect 300,000 people within six months. But it spread at double that speed, prompting a far-reaching emergency response that may have turned the corner.

"We have never seen something so explosive in Yemen," Ahmed Zouiten, WHO's senior emergency adviser for Yemen, told Reuters.

"We are really scaling up very aggressively our response and we hope that those results will start to show very rapidly."

Although most of Yemen's health infrastructure has broken down and healthworkers have not been paid for more than six months, the WHO is paying "incentives" to doctors, nurses, cleaners and paramedics to staff an emergency cholera network."



I know I read somewhere that Saudi warplanes hit a Yemeni hospital that was treating those with cholera. Disgusting!


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Fire May Be the Only Remedy for a Plague Killing Deer and Elk


Mark D. Zabel wants to set some fires.

Dr. Zabel and his colleagues are developing plans to burn plots of National Park Service land in Arkansas and Colorado. If the experiments turn out as the researchers hope, they will spare some elk and deer a gruesome death.

Across a growing swath of North America, these animals are dying from a mysterious disorder called chronic wasting disease. It’s caused not by a virus or bacterium, but a deformed protein called a prion.

When ingested, prions force normal proteins in the animal’s body to become deformed as well. Over the course of months, prions can gradually wreck the animal’s nervous system, ultimately killing it.

This year is the 50th anniversary of the discovery of chronic wasting disease. In the September issue of Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, Dr. Zabel, an immunologist at Colorado State University, and his former graduate student Aimee Ortega survey what scientists have learned about the slow-spreading plague.



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Confirmed cases of flesh-eating bacteria found in Gulf of Mexico

from July 8, just basically for info if you live in the area

"MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG/WFLA) — Vibrio Vulnificus, also known as flesh-eating bacteria, has reached the Gulf of Mexico.

The Mobile County Health Department in Alabama said they have two cases related to open wounds being exposed to the water around Mobile. A third case is from eating raw oysters in another state.

Vibrio usually shows up in the summer months. It’s a bacteria that is naturally occurring in warmer water. Those exposed to it will see symptoms within 24-72 hours. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, blisters around the wounded areas, swelling and redness.

In extreme cases, the affected area needed to be amputated. There have also been deaths that occur from Vibrio."



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The World 1st Case of SFTS via Mammal to Human: West Japan's case


I  can't even find an entry on this on CDC site. Maybe I'm not searching it right, so if you got some Eng article on this news re: jumping specie story, please update via this thread.


(c) Sankei Shinbun via Yahoo!Japan 2017

Japanese gov released the news on 24th July 2017 that a woman died from catching SFTS AFTER BITTEN BY A STRAY CAT.

She was trying to help the stray cat, got bitten, in about 10 days later, she died.

6 months AFTER the incident, JIDC checked wth had happened, for this woman didn't have any disease that could trigger her death.

Then they came to the conclusion that it looked like a CAT BITE caused transferring of the infection into her.

The world 1st recognised case of SFTS not directly from ticks, but from a mammal.

6 months ago?

That's in the middle of Winter there!!! (´゚д゚`)


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Doctors baffled by mystery bug bite that left Arizona man covered in bruises 

Jessica Schladebeck    July 27, 2017

snip  video  (horrific)

"Doctors have been stumped by a mysterious insect bite that left an Arizona man’s arm covered in a series of painful bruises.

Thomas Jay said he was taking out the trash earlier this month when he came into contact with a type of bug he’d never seen before.

“As I glanced at it really quick, all of a sudden I just felt this excruciating pinch, this pressure, this bite or a sting that happened and occurred,” he told CBS 5. “And I immediately went and swatted the bug off.”

His wife, Dee Petrov — in a GoFundMe page created to cover medical costs — said the bug resembled a Solifugae, a spider-like bug native to warm and arid habits."



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Connecticut man dies from tick-borne illness

Aug. 23, 2017

"Officials say a 55-year-old Connecticut man died after contracting a tick-borne illness.

The state medical examiner's office says Michael Yoder, of New Milford, died Aug. 8 of liver and kidney failure after contracting Babesiosis from a tick bite.

Yoder's wife, Wendy, tells The News-Times her husband had a stomach bug for weeks, but by the time he was diagnosed it was too late.

Babesiosis is a disease caused by a parasite that gives people flu-like symptoms. In severe cases, the disease can cause anemia that leads to organ failure.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported an increase in Babesiosis cases in the state, from 74 in 2011 to 205 in 2014. Still, fatal cases remain low with one death reported in 2015 and in 2016.

The CDC says that Babesiosis is caused by microscopic parasites that infect red blood cells and are spread by certain ticks. In the United States, tickborne transmission is most common in particular regions and seasons: it mainly occurs in parts of the Northeast and upper Midwest and usually peaks during the warm months.

Although many people who are infected with Babesia do not have symptoms, for those who do effective treatment is available. Babesiosis is preventable, if simple steps are taken to reduce exposure to ticks."




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Zombie Trend Alert

Numerous type of "zombie" incidents are noted by MSM lately. Turning humans into somewhat controllable zombies are one of the Cabal agendas as we already know. Insects are already known to have zombie cases, and via toxoplasma, and gut lining bugs, we are probably already biologically zombied. But the agenda-creators want to go further with the alien black goo/AIs etc....let's keep watching what they disclose.

Just recently, an ex-MI6 (apparently...I'm really smelling something dodgy over him, so please be aware of that bit) agent was revealing the plot of mass dumping of a new pandemic disease VIA AIR being carried out against us. We dunno wth that would be. And though it's so plausible, I still have some doubt about the source, and thinking this info may well be a misinfo or disinfo of a sort. It's ever so hard for us to sift the BS pile!(´Д`)

★RT: Zombie Fox Attack in Russia! Check the date of the news release---5th May 2017.... https://sputniknews.com/videoclub/201705051053311285-fox-bites-door/

★RT Jp: https://jp.sputniknews.com/incidents/201708063963759/ Zombie virus among British insects are found. No cause was found....

★RT: The news released at 16:06 06.01.2017(updated 16:09 06.01.2017) https://sputniknews.com/europe/201701061049320902-zombie-apocalypse-world-study/ "If zombies took over the world, in just 100 days, less than 300 humans would be left alive on the planet - that's according to a bunch of scientists who have calculated how long it would take for a zombie apocalypse to strike."

A side reading 1: INDIA 2016. I suspect the guy knew something from some source giving off the warning---the guy maybe a contact with a handler of the info, and though it's not directly the line of warning I want to gather here, but JFYI. https://sputniknews.com/art_living/201609211045541984-india-zombie-alien-fighting-skills/ "Ajay Kumar claims that his real motive in making a Right to Information Act request to assess India's zombie and alien-fighting skills was to draw the government's attention to the real issues of terror and poverty. While mentioning Will Smith, he took a dig at the Indian Government for relying on the US."

Side Reading2: can we survive the Zombie attacks? 2016 article. https://sputniknews.com/art_living/201608201044451363-surviving-zombie-outbreak/


The listed are all from Sputnik this time round. Sputnik releases pretty much the same stuff to RT but got their own flavour of intel messages going through. At least they are written in English so maybe some of you might find worthwhile to check on them daily, together with your usual news sites??

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Hepatitis Emergency: City turns to local Homeland Security for help

Sept. 23, 2017   

video report by Shannon handy   


"SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8 / CNS) - A clinic providing shots to in a bid to contain a deadly hepatitis A outbreak continued Friday inside the community concourse outside San Diego City Hall.

About 880 people received shots Thursday at the clinic, part of an extensive effort to curb the spread of the epidemic that has killed 16 people and sickened more than 400.

The clinic ran through 4 p.m., and was hosted by the city of San Diego, Downtown San Diego Partnership and American Medical Response, which provides the city with ambulance services.

Beyond the local Homeland Security office, Mayor Faulconer said he has no plans right now to ask for federal assistance. He does however, intend to continue working alongside city and county officials - an undertaking that will continue for quite some time. 

The outbreak -- which started in November -- has primarily hit the homeless and drug users.

However, health officials encourage other groups of people to get vaccinated, including first responders, food handlers, health care professionals, service workers who interact with the homeless, workers in substance abuse programs and public transit employees.

More than 22,000 San Diegans have been vaccinated so far.

The city also is offering hepatitis A shots at public libraries."




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