WHO Switching Attention From China to Saudi Arabia & Beyond

posted by Dr. Ad Versery Bored @ 23:27 PM
May 30, 2013

coronavirus        If one chooses to believe Chinese officials, no new cases of H7N9 Flu Virus there have have been reported in the last two weeks.  So World Health Organization (WHO) officials now turn their epidemic sights to‘coronavirus’––a SARS-like disease that has killed 27 victims in Saudi Arabia and other countries.

Yet WHO officials admit they know little about this upcoming disease.  Called MERS-CoV for Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, the disease’s source remains unknown.

Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO and a native of China, said recently:  “We understand too little about this virus when viewed against the magnitude of its potential threat.  We do not know where the virus hides in nature.

“We do not know how people are getting infected. Until we answer these questions, we are empty-handed when it comes to prevention. These are alarm bells. And we must respond.” Of course, the same ‘unknowns’ apply to H7N9 Flu.

London’s Daily Mail says of the coronavirus: “Saudi Arabia accounts for the majority of confirmed cases, which stands at 33, according to WHO officials. Tunisia last week became the ninth country in which the virus has been confirmed.

“It is believed the disease is transmitted mainly from person-to-person contact, but so far does not spread easily germy-mouthamong larger communities. Authorities believe initial transmission of the virus was from animal to human but have yet to identify the animal sources.”  Cases have also been found in Britain and France.

According to ABC News, “The majority of the country’s [Saudi Arabia] cases stemmed from an outbreak at an Al-Ahsa health care facility, where 22 patients have been sickened by the virus and 10 have died.”

In ‘WHO calls new coronavirus ‘threat to the entire world’ as death toll rises to 27,’ The Extinction Protocol claims French officials advice travelers to Saudi Arabia to wash hand often and limit contact with animals.’

When attention was on China’s H7N9 Bird Flu, The Extinction Protocol and AFP News also reported: 1) The virus could be transferred by airborne exposure; 2) It had developed resistance to the medicine Tamiflu; and 3) It is spreading throughout the animal kingdom in China.

Regardless of which pandemic takes hold, WHO officials also told Agence France-Press that the world is not ready for any kind of mass pandemic.  That press quotes Keiji Fukuda, WHO Assistant Director-General:  “Even though work has been done . . . , the world is not ready for a large, severe outbreak.”

Resounding Christian messages make clear that believers must rely on God for protection from disease and for healing.  As The LORD Jesus promised in the first communion supper:  “And he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake it, and gave unto them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me. Likewise also the cup after supper, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood, which is shed for you (Luke 22: 19 – 20).”

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