Will a Weaponized Bird Flu Become the Next Pandemic?
1 month ago - By Mercola
As news of the COVID pandemic winds down around the world, we're suddenly seeing warnings of another pandemic brewing - bird flu, aka avian influenza. In a March 30, 2022, CenterPoint interview, former Director for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Robert Redfield, stated: 1
“I believe the great pandemic still in the future, and that's going to be a bird flu pandemic for man. It's going to have significant mortality in the 10 to 50% range. It's going to be trouble.”
Anyone who knows a little about bird flu is likely to wonder where Redfield and other “experts” are...
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