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    First Sexually Transmitted Zika Virus Case Reported in Dallas

    Placed in News. Immigration is bringing Zika. I wonder how many of those already pregnant unaccompanied minors are infected with Zika. How many children with microcephaly will the US be caring for through Medicaid and welfare for life?

    First Sexually Transmitted Zika Virus Case Reported in Dallas

    by Edgar Walters
    Feb. 2, 2016

    Public health officials in Dallas County have confirmed the first sexually transmitted case of the Zika virus, which is said to be linked to birth defects.

    The virus is typically transmitted by mosquitoes, but Dallas County Health and Human Services said Tuesday that an unidentified person had been infected by sexual transmission — the first confirmed case of a person acquiring the virus in the continental United States. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the transmission Tuesday.

    Researchers have warned Zika could be linked with microcephaly, a condition causing children to be born with abnormally small brains and skulls. The World Health Organization called Zika virus a public health emergency on Monday, and the federal government has listed more than 20 Latin American countries, including Brazil, where public health officials say there have been roughly 4,000 reported cases of microcephaly since October and to which they are urging pregnant women not to travel.

    "Now that we know Zika virus can be transmitted through sex, this increases our awareness campaign in educating the public about protecting themselves and others," Dallas County Health and Human Services director Zachary Thompson said in a news release. "Next to abstinence, condoms are the best prevention method against any sexually transmitted infections."
    The most common symptoms of the Zika virus are fever, rash, joint pain and red eyes, according to Dallas County public health officials.

    There have been no documented cases of the Zika virus infection by mosquito bite in the continental United States, but such infections have been reported in Puerto Rico. In addition, U.S. travelers returning from affected tropical regions in Latin America have been diagnosed with Zika virus linked to their travel. In Texas, there are seven confirmed Zika cases linked to travel, according to the Department of State Health Services.

    U.S. Rep. Gene Green, D-Houston, on Tuesday called for a congressional briefing from public health officials about the virus.

    "Houston is a gateway to Central and South America, and because of this, we have a unique role and interest in confronting threats like the Zika virus," he said in a prepared statement.

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    Zika Virus For Sale Online

    Posted on January 30, 2016 by
    Carol Adl in Health

    The Zika virus is for sale online courtesy of the Rockefeller Foundation.

    Here is a link to the site: Zika virus (ATCC® VR-84™)

    Apparently the zika virus started in Uganda back in 1947 where is was found in monkeys..
    Blood samples were taken from the monkeys and freeze-dried and are now on sale… presumably for researchers to use in vaccine testing.

    General Information
    Culture Method

    According to Aangirfan: The Uganda/East African Virus Research Institute, in Entebbe, Uganda, was established in 1936 by the Rockefeller Foundation.

    The institute has a field station at the Zika Forest near Entebbe.

    In 1947 scientists placed a rhesus macaque in a cage in the Zika Forest, near the institute in Entebbe, Uganda.

    The monkey developed a fever, and researchers isolated from its serum a transmissible agent that was first described as Zika virus in 1952.

    Zika virus (ATCC® VR-84)

    Classification: Flaviviridae, Flavivirus / Product Format: freeze-dried

    Zika virusATCC® VR-84
    or-Profit: $516.00
    Non-Profit: $430.00

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    Name of Depositor J. Casals, Rockefeller Foundation
    Source Blood from experimental forest sentinel rhesus monkey, Uganda, 1947
    Year of Origin 1947
    References Dick GW. Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg. 46: 509, 1952.

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    Zika virus strain (ATCC®VR-84™) – $516.00

    January 29, 2016

    Note: Thanks to a post on WRH, posting this for archival purposes. Of interest is the depositor, Rockefeller Foundation. Interesting, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) share the same interest in viruses and their manipulation. An interest in continuing the rockefeller allopathic eugenicists policies.

    Zika virus search link on ATCC Site

    Zika virus (ATCC® VR-84™)
    ATCC® Number: VR-84™
    Classification: Flaviviridae, Flavivirus
    Strain: MR 766 (Original)
    Product Format: freeze-dried
    Biosafety Level: 2
    Source: Blood from experimental forest sentinel rhesus monkey, Uganda, 1947
    Effect on Host: Paralysis and death
    Updated 31/1/2016

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    Concerning Correlation: GMO Mosquitoes Caused Zika Virus Outbreak?

    FEBRUARY 1, 2016


    21st Century Wire says…

    If there was ever an event that could have the GMO industry really worried – this could be it.
    Watch a video of this report here:

    The massive outbreak of the Zika Virus is causing a global panic, but some keen observers may have just found the source of the problem.

    In 2012, British biotech company Oxitec released genetically modified mosquitoes (GMMs) with the aim of reducing the overall mosquito population that spreads diseases like dengue fever and the Zika Virus in northeast Brazil – ground zero of the current outbreak of Zika.

    Dr Helen Wallace, director of GeneWatch, told the Guardian in 2012, “It’s a very experimental approach which has not yet been successful and may cause more harm than good.”

    Oxitec’s program aimed to release only male Aedes mosquitoes into the wild, so they would in turn produce offspring with virus-carrying female counterparts. This offspring would then die off, hopefully, before breeding age due to the GM coding in their genes.

    This die-off would only happen as long as the antibiotic tetracycline wasn’t present, which would override the GM DNA.

    Point of release, and center of the outbreak. Coincidence?

    RT reports that the known survival rate of the GMMs was already at 5%, and the antibiotic can be found in nature, showing up in soil, surface water, and food, with some research stating that the GMM survival rate could potentially increase to 15 percent. So, there would be an extra 15% more disease-spreading mosquitoes than there were before the release of the GMMs.

    Jaydee Hanson, a senior policy analyst at the US-based Center for Food Safety, told Bloomberg News:

    “They’re introducing into the ecosystem some genetic constructs that have never been there before,” and that, “it doesn’t solve the problem”, because other species of mosquito could still carry the Zika virus anyway.

    The Zika outbreak has already been interpreted as a sort of eugenics WMD, as it has promoted a disturbing call for a no-child policy throughout many South American countries, so this concerning correlation between Zika’s ground zero and the release site of the GMMs must be adequately investigated.

    Is the survival rate of the GMMs perhaps even higher than 15%? How can we prove that the GMMs have been responsible for the disastrous spread of the disease? If that is proven, how do we begin to hold Oxitec accountable?

    How much money is now being pumped into private pharmaceutical companies to produce a vaccine for Zika? What will that mean for their share prices?

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