Swine flu: numbers are falling, WHO warns



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Swine flu: numbers are falling, WHO warns: Despite falling numbers of illnesses caused by the H1N1 virus in Europe and North America, the World Health Organization (WHO) continues to warn against swine flu.

Despite the decreasing number of illnesses caused by the H1N1 virus in Europe and North America, the World Health Organization (WHO) continues to warn against swine flu. According to the WHO, the peak has not yet been reached and the development will continue to be monitored. The status of the pandemic persists as the virus is now spreading in Africa.

Observers accuse the WHO of trying to distract attention from internal problems with their warning.
There are allegations that the declaration of the pandemic in June 2009 and the official vaccination recommendations took place in consideration of the financial interests of pharmaceutical companies and that their content has no basis whatsoever. There has already been a hearing in the Council of Europe on the subject.

Another suspicion by critics is that the willingness of the population to vaccinate is quite poor and that the vaccines could expire without being used. Of the 9.6 million vaccine doses in Germany in 2009, almost half were left at the beginning of 2010 and now another 34 million will be delivered in the next few weeks. A renewed warning from the WHO about the infection with the virus could possibly fuel readiness to vaccinate again, my observer.

A total of 16,000 people worldwide have now died of swine flu. For comparison: in Germany over 11,000 people die every year as a result of suicide and around 5,000 in traffic accidents. Almost 9 million people worldwide die of hunger and almost 4 million of respiratory diseases every year. (Thorsten Fischer, naturopath osteopathy, February 24, 2010)

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