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HONG KONG H7N9 OUTBREAK! Thousands of Birds Culled Over H7N9 Discovery

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SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest Updates - http://www.youtube.com/user/elitenwoagenda?sub_confirmation=1 HONG KONG H7N9 OUTBREAK! Thousands of Birds Culled Over H7N9 Discovery Hong Kong culled 4,500 birds on Tuesday after the deadly H7N9 bird flu virus was discovered in a chicken at a local market. Health officials in white hazmat suits and masks dumped the chickens into green plastic bins at a wholesale poultry market in central Hong Kong Tuesday morning. The bins were then pumped with carbon dioxide to kill the birds. Hong Kong culls thousands of birds over avian flu scare By Afp Published: 08:28, 7 June 2016 | Updated: 08:28, 7 June 2016 Hong Kong culled 4,500 birds on Tuesday after the deadly H7N9 bird flu virus was discovered in a chicken at a local market. Health officials in white hazmat suits and masks dumped the chickens into green plastic bins at a wholesale poultry market in central Hong Kong Tuesday morning. The bins were then pumped with carbon dioxide to kill the birds. Bird flu scares in the past two years have seen mass culls of up 20,000 birds in Hong Kong +1 Bird flu scares in the past two years have seen mass culls of up 20,000 birds in Hong Kong ©Isaac Lawrence (AFP/File) Hong Kong is particularly alert to the spread of viruses after an outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) swept through the city in 2003, killing 299 people and infecting around 1,800. Bird flu scares in the past two years have seen mass culls of up 20,000 birds in Hong Kong. A spokeswoman for the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department said the latest cull included chickens and pigeons. Trade of live poultry has also been suspended after authorities said Saturday the avian flu virus was found in a fecal sample collected from a chicken at a market in the Tuen Mun, a neighbourhood in the west of Hong Kong. The city's health minister Ko Wing-man said the city was staying "stringent" against infectious diseases when he announced the cull late Monday. H7N9 is a particular worry for authorities as it does not kill infected chickens or cause them to develop symptoms, which allows it to spread undetected until contact is made with humans. The majority of human cases of H7N9 infection have been associated with direct or indirect contact with infected live or dead poultry, according to the World Health Organisation. Human infections from the H7N9 strain were first reported in China in 2013. "Hong Kong" HK Asia Bird Chicken Organic "Carbon Dioxide" Market Safety hygiene virus clean asian "Clean Food" China Chinese "Chinese Food" Media News Trends Trendy "Avian Flu" wholesale trade trading transmission authority germs 2016 2017 humanity world global disease risk people population life lifestyle travel "elite nwo agenda" collapse false flag end game alex jones infowars prepper prepare survival emergency supplies coast to coast am bilderberg 2016 The virus can cause serious respiratory illness and has led to deaths. The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department took the stringent measures after holding a meeting on Monday to discuss the sample of bird droppings gathered on May 16 from a market stall in Yan Oi market of Tuen Mun, in Hong Kong's New Territories region, which had tested positive for aviation influenza. When it does, the CDC and Homeland Security will likely announce a number of precautions that we need to take. Those precautions are going to include supply lists and strategies. Emergency services professional Tess Pennington, author of The Prepper’s Blueprint, explains that the government will have specific protocols to follow on local, state and federal levels, and they’ll include widespread shutdowns: When the pandemic begins, many will remain in a state of denial about any approaching epidemics and not want to think of the long lasting repercussions of such a disaster. Being prepared before the mass come out of their daze will ensure that you are better prepared before the hoard...