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Virus “Expert” Says It’s A Very “High Likelihood” Of Bird Flu Spreading Amongst Humans

Be ready for anything. A virus “expert” is now saying that there is a very “high likelihood” that the bird flu virus spreading among dairy cows will spread among humans too. Once this happens, we will be in another plandemic era, only this time, the mRNA “vaccines” are already ready.

U.S. Ruling Class Is Close To A “Deal” To Fund Moderna’s Bird Flu “Vaccine” TrialCurrently, there has been no known person-to-person spread of avian flu, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). But more humans have become infected in recent months, which makes human-to-human transmission more likely, according to Best Life Online. 

The first confirmed human case of H5 bird flu in the U.S. was reported back in April 2022. The case involved a Colorado worker who had direct exposure to poultry that was presumed to be infected with the H5N1 bird flu strain.

The next case didn’t occur until nearly two years later when a person who had been exposed to dairy cows in Texas that were believed to be infected tested positive for H5N1. Notably, that transmission was not from birds.

“This is thought to be the first instance of likely mammal to human spread of HPAI A(H5N1) virus,” the CDC states on its website. –Best Life Online

In a recent interview with Yahoo News, Jenna Guthmiller, PhD, who has been studying the virus for years at the Department of Immunology and Microbiology at The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, said that she’s worried about avian influenza becoming an increasing threat to both animals and humans. “We are just seeing the tip of the iceberg,” she told the news outlet. “The number of people who are at risk of being exposed to this is really very high.”

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Guthmiller said that we should expect this virus to continue to mutate and spread while preparing for a jump and transmission to humans.

“The virus is going to jump from cows to another animal, then jump back into dairy cows again. It’s really just trying to figure out how it can keep going and infect the most amount of things,” Guthmiller continued. “And I think at some point, it has a very high likelihood of gaining that capacity to make humans one of those hosts. If we really do not get this under control, I see those odds increasing further.”

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