China Has Reported a Third Case Of H3N8 Bird Flu in Humans

A 56-year-old woman in Zhongshan, China has tested positive for the H3N8 bird flu virus after being exposed to live poultry. The rulers still say that transmission risk is “low” to other humans.

The current strain of the bird flu that the mainstream media is using to panic the masses is H5N1.

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This is the third known infection since the virus was first detected in humans in China last year. The Guangdong Provincial Centre for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement on Monday that the woman had underlying illnesses but did not give further details of her condition nor confirm how she became infected. The statement said there were “no anomalies” found among her close contacts. There have been no confirmed cases of the virus being transmitted between humans so far.

“According to the experts’ studies and conclusion, the human infection [with H3N8] is a sporadic case and the risk of transmission of the virus is low at this stage,” the statement said. “The public should try to avoid contact with live birds and sick or dead birds.”

This news comes nearly a year after a four-year-old boy in the central province of Henan became the first known human to be infected with H3N8.

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The China CDC said it was “an episodic avian-to-human interspecies transmission” and that the virus “does not yet have the ability to effectively infect humans”. -SCMP

This is all very interesting considering the ruling classes and their propaganda puppets everywhere have been carefully crafting this bird flu narrative even during the COVID-19 scamdemic hoax.

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Last week, a Texas laboratory confirmed the state’s first mammal to test positive for the H5N1 bird flu strain.

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The bird flu narrative is still being kept alive, and we’ll watch it as closely as we can. There is definitely an effort to keep this in the news, even if it’s just to mention it here and there or report a random animal has become “infected” according to a PCR test.

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