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We already have one vaccine in clinical trial and two more in the pipe line. You can't compare one vaccine development time frame to another, until both are actually complete. One is a fact and the other under development. You're trying to sow discord.

What is the CDC lacking? Share some facts, we're all interested.

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The facts:

It looks like a vaccine was developed in under 9 months and distributed, which is under the timelines now given which are 12-18 months. Plus, we had an operational CDC and Health Departments which are lacking during this crisis. 

And what were the symptoms of swine flu versus other strains which were around at that time? 

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The ignoble donald supporters either don't know the facts or they are ignoring them.   It is certainly not wasting time attempting to explain the problem with their factoids....they trust all the lies coming from the current WH regime.  


Please do educate me.  If you have a different set of facts that refute the information I posted from the CDC please do post it...  

 

I posted facts from the CDC website on H1N1, just exactly what do you disagree with?

 

 

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The ignoble donald supporters either don't know the facts or they are ignoring them.   It is certainly not wasting time attempting to explain the problem with their factoids....they trust all the lies coming from the current WH regime.  

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All true but you are only protected 30% from the "regular" flu since the shot you and I got is protecting you from last years strain of flu!

 

https://bnonews.com/index.php/2020/03/the-latest-coronavirus-cases/ 

 

Look at the new cases and new deaths in Italy after they went into lock down.

 

That's what can be done, if we do it.

 

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that swine flu infected nearly 61 million people in the United States and caused 12,469 deaths. Worldwide, up to 575,400 people died from pandemic swine flu.

 

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Perspective...  Let's keep it real folks...

 

I65 million Americans get vaccinated from the seasonal flu, and still 800k or 900k are hospitalized and  60 or 80K die in a regular flu season.

 

There is no vaccine for this flu, and there is no human immune system resistance to this flu.

 

The flu you had in the past, the flu shots from previous seasons, won't protect you.

 

If you get this flu, and if you have to be hospitalized, it's going to cost your family 40K per person that is infected.

 

Members of your family may die.

 

Right now the infection rate in the populated regions of the USA is doubling every three days.

 

So yeah, lets keep it real, don't try to blow smoke because Trump wants America back to work in two weeks.

 

 

 


All true but you are only protected 30% from the "regular" flu since the shot you and I got is protecting you from last years strain of flu!

 

https://www.webmd.com/vaccines/how-effective-is-flu-vaccine#1

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that swine flu infected nearly 61 million people in the United States and caused 12,469 deaths. Worldwide, up to 575,400 people died from pandemic swine flu.

 

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Perspective...  Let's keep it real folks...

 

I65 million Americans get vaccinated from the seasonal flu, and still 800k or 900k are hospitalized and  60 or 80K die in a regular flu season.

 

There is no vaccine for this flu, and there is no human immune system resistance to this flu.

 

The flu you had in the past, the flu shots from previous seasons, won't protect you.

 

If you get this flu, and if you have to be hospitalized, it's going to cost your family 40K per person that is infected.

 

Members of your family may die.

 

Right now the infection rate in the populated regions of the USA is doubling every three days.

 

So yeah, lets keep it real, don't try to blow smoke because Trump wants America back to work in two weeks.

 

 

 

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Again... math is the science of logic. However once fear is manufactured you can't put it back, it's out running around saying the sky is falling.

We'll get through this because we are Americans. Fear not...

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United States: 12,469 deaths from H1N1

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2009 H1N1 Pandemic Timeline

In 2009, a new H1N1 influenza virus emerged, causing the first global flu pandemic in 40 years. Below is a timeline of major events that took place during the 2009 H1N1 pandemic.

 

April 17 2009
  • Second human infection with the new influenza A H1N1 virus detected in California about 130 miles away from first infection, with no known connection to previous patient.

 

June 11
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a pandemic and raised the worldwide pandemic alert level to phase 6, which means the virus was spreading to other parts of the world.
  • CDC held its first press conference with former CDC Director Thomas Frieden, MD, MPH. The press conference had 2,355 participants.
July 22
  • Clinical trials testing the 2009 H1N1 flu vaccine began.
September 1
  • More than 1,000 test kits shipped to 120 domestic and 250 international laboratories in 140 countries since May 1, 2009.
September 3
  • CDC published a study that analyzed data related to H1N1 influenza pediatric deaths reported to CDC from April to August 2009 in MMWR. Data showed 477 deaths with lab-confirmed 2009 H1N1 flu in the U.S. had been reported to CDC as of August 8, 2009.
September 30
  • U.S. states placed first orders of 2009 H1N1 vaccine.
October 5
  • First doses of H1N1 vaccine were given in the U.S.
November 16
  • FDA announced its approval of a fifth 2009 H1N1 vaccine.
December 4
  • CDC published preliminary safety results for the 2009 H1N1 vaccines for the first months of reports received through the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERSexternal icon).
December 18
  • First 100 million doses of 2009 H1N1 vaccine were available for ordering.
Late December
  • 2009 H1N1 vaccination had been opened up to anyone who wanted it.
  January 10-16. 2010
  • President of the United States proclaimed National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) and encouraged all Americans to observe the week by getting vaccinated with the 2009 H1N1 flu vaccine.
  February
  • FDA’s VRBPAC selected 2009 H1N1 virus for inclusion in 2010-2011 seasonal flu vaccine

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that swine flu infected nearly 61 million people in the United States and caused 12,469 deaths. Worldwide, up to 575,400 people died from pandemic swine flu.

 

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Perspective...  Let's keep it real folks...

 

 

 

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