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    JUVENILE BIOWEAPONS: Federal gov’t released nearly 2,500 illegal immigrant kids with

    JUVENILE BIOWEAPONS: Federal gov’t released nearly 2,500 illegal immigrant kids with latent TB into the US

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    The U.S. government has reportedly released nearly 2,500 illegal immigrant children with latent tuberculosis (TB) infections into 44 states over the past year without providing assurances of treatment. According to a court-ordered report on the treatment of these children, approximately 126,000 children were released and an alarming infection rate of one in 50 migrant children carrying latent TB, or around 2,500 children with the deadly disease.
    This data from 2021 shows that over 85 percent of TB cases were reported among racial and ethnic minority groups, with 71 percent of cases occurring in people born outside the country. (Related: Illegal immigrants in El Paso bringing DISEASES like scabies, measles, bed bugs and COVID-19 with them.)
    Tuberculosis is a contagious bacterial infection of the lungs normally spread through the air. While most TB infections are asymptomatic and not contagious, between five to 10 percent of infected individuals develop active TB – leading to symptoms like cough, fever, decreased appetite and weight loss. If left untreated, TB can be life-threatening and can spread rapidly within confined spaces such as schools, shelters or other communal settings.
    The U.S. government has defended its actions, claiming that the short stay of the immigrant children in custody affects the three-to-nine-month process of treating TB. Consequently, the Department of Health and Human Services has admitted to releasing infected immigrant children to American sponsors while notifying local health authorities in the hope that they can arrange for treatment before the infection becomes active.

    However, the effectiveness of this approach has come into question. Local health officials expressed concerns over the infrequency of notifications and the challenges in tracking down the children after their release. Often, these officials are only informed about a case within their jurisdiction after the child has already arrived in the community.
    "We do not know how often the sponsors follow through on treatment," said a spokesperson for the Virginia Department of Health. "By the time outreach takes place, the child has sometimes moved to another area or state."
    Increase in TB cases far beyond patient's lack of knowledge, gov't negligence

    Tuberculosis is known to be deeply intertwined with social inequalities. Although effective treatments for TB exist, millions of people worldwide continue to suffer from TB due to a lack of access to economic opportunities; limited healthcare; poor sanitation; crowded living conditions; malnutrition and coexisting illnesses like diabetes or HIV.
    The outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) – also affected the increase in TB cases. Before the pandemic, TB was responsible for more deaths worldwide than any other infectious disease, but the prevention efforts against COVID-19 initially helped the decline in TB infections.
    The World Health Organization (WHO) reported a steady decline in total estimated TB infections globally, reaching a low of 10.1 million cases in 2020. However, the number of infections increased to 10.5 million in 2021, signaling the first rise in over a decade.
    While testing efforts improved, TB-confirmed cases rose globally, peaking in 2019. With the disruption caused by COVID-19 in 2020, confirmed cases fell significantly before quickly rising again in 2021. In short, TB numbers climb back up to pre-pandemic levels.
    Moreover, the increase in TB cases is not solely associated with the pandemic. It is also connected to other social and political determinants such as conflicts in regions like Ukraine; energy shortages; "climate change" impacts on food security and more.
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    Illegal Immigrant Children With Tuberculosis Released Across US

    FRIDAY, JUL 21, 2023 - 10:20 PM
    Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),

    Thousands of young illegal immigrants with tuberculosis were released from U.S. government custody across one year, officials have revealed in a new report.

    A doctor examines the x-rays of a tuberculosis patient in a file image. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    The illegal immigrants, all under 18 years of age, were released to family members or other responsible adults despite having latent tuberculosis infection, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said in a recent disclosure.
    The dates of each release were not clear. HHS officials notified state officials from June 1, 2022, to May 31, 2023, of the tuberculosis-positive youth over a web-based system operated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Aurora Miranda-Maese, an HHS official, told a court in the report.
    The CDC, which is part of HHS, declined to comment. HHS did not respond to requests for comment.
    The Washington Times first reported on the report, which runs 35 pages and covers other aspects of managing illegal immigrant youth who are transferred to HHS by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security after crossing the border.
    Ms. Miranda-Maese said that each minor must undergo a medical examination within two business days of entering HHS custody. The examination helps officials assess the minors’ health, enables them to administer vaccines, and allows them to detect communicable diseases such as tuberculosis.
    A person with latent tuberculosis infection, or an infection without symptoms, requires three to nine months of treatment to prevent potential progression to active disease, according to HHS officials. Without treatment, 5 to 10 percent of infected people will develop active tuberculosis, or tubercolosis disease, according to the CDC.
    The CDC says that people with the disease are infectious, can transmit the disease to others, and can die if not treated. If tuberculosis becomes active, that is “a threat to both the individual’s and the public’s health,” according to Ms. Miranda-Maese.
    Minors do not typically receive treatment while in HHS custody because most are released before one month elapses, she said, opening up the possibility of problems such as the development of drug-resistant tuberculosis if treatment is initiated and discontinued before completion.
    To that end, HHS developed in 2018 a system that notifies state officials of illegal immigrant minors who have been sent to live in their states.
    Officials in 44 states received more than 2,450 alerts of illegal immigrant minors with tuberculosis in the year ending May 31, 2023, according to HHS.
    Over that same time, 126,069 minors were released by HHS.

    Some states confirmed that they’ve been told of minors with active tuberculosis, in addition to latent cases.
    “The department, in conjunction with local health departments, coordinates care and appropriate follow-up for anyone with active tuberculosis reported through this mechanism,” a spokeswoman for the New York State Department of Health told The Epoch Times via email.
    And some minors, by the time states are alerted to cases, have already moved elsewhere.
    Some individuals relocate prior to case interviews,” a spokeswoman for the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources told The Epoch Times in an email.
    Even if they haven’t, minors can choose not to undergo offered treatment, according to the spokeswoman for the Indiana Department of Public Health.
    Critics said President Joe Biden was to blame for the situation.
    “Biden’s broken border policies continue to welcome millions of lawbreakers into our country, including countless thousands with infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis,” Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) told The Epoch Times via email. “Rather than protecting Americans, the Biden regime is quite literally bringing disease and death to our doorstep.”
    Ira Mehlman, a spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform, said that the releases of children with tuberculosis and other communicable diseases “is another example of the administration prioritizing the quick release of migrants over all other considerations, including public health, public safety, and national security.”
    Placement With Sponsors

    HHS deals with unaccompanied minors or children who arrive at the border without a responsible adult.
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    That is reason alone for CENTERS OF DISEASE CONTROL to demand that border is shut down.

    Every one of them should be dropped off on Biden, Harris, Mayorkas, Pelosi, and Schumer's doorstep to INFECT them and their families.


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