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Here We Go Again: China Reports First Human Case of H10N3 Bird Flu

Here we go. A week after evidence mounted that SARS-CoV-2 — better known as COVID-19 — may have originated from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology, and the country may have then covered it up, China now reports the world’s first-know human case of the H10N3 strain of bird flu. “The government said Tuesday that large-scale spread is low,” the AP reports. That means absolutely nothing. I’m not even sure whether the AP is citing the US or the Chinese government. One lies and the other, based on COVID-19, is close to incompetent. The man who contracted H10N3 is 41 years old and based in Jiangsu province, northwest of Shanghai. He was hospitalized on April 28 and is now in stable condition. It is nice to find out now, on June 1. “This infection is an accidental cross-species transmission,” said the National Health Commission. Again, these words don’t mean anything. I wonder what the NHC said last year about the origins of COVID? According to the Hindustan Times, “The Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted a genome sequence on a blood sample from the patient last week and confirmed that it was the H10N3 strain.” Because China reported […]

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Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers any news story that deserves attention but focuses on media. His interests include reading Stephen King novels, avoiding traffic on the road, and pretending to solve true-crime mysteries. He still believes Cersei should've won and encourages everyone to always question the news.