The disgraced World Health Organization convened on Tuesday to discuss the Marburg virus outbreak.
According to sources, the Marburg virus has a fatality rate of roughly 90% and has no current known cures; the group met to discuss vaccine development and contingencies for the virus.
Despite the WHO’s abysmal performance regarding Covid-19, the organization is attempting to provide ‘solutions’ for this purported outbreak:
WHO convenes 'urgent' meeting over outbreak of deadly Marburg virus 🤡
The highly-infectious pathogen which causes some sufferers to bleed from their eyes has been touted as the next big pandemic threat, with the WHO describing it as 'epidemic-prone' pic.twitter.com/qthkqvNxHp
— Janebond (@Janebon34813396) February 17, 2023
Others were not so convinced by the WHO’s posturing and proposed alternative theories.
One of the most popular notions is that they have completely fabricated this Marburg outbreak in order to cover for the mass amount of vaccine-related deaths currently taking place:
They will try to blame this new “Marburg Virus” on why so many people are dying from these injections. Don’t fall for it. Stay vigilant. There’s no “Marburg Virus”. These are (direct effects) from the Covid vaccines. That’s all I can tell you at this point in time. 🦠👂🏾 pic.twitter.com/cH541g0JHK
— Luther ‘Cyrus’🕳️🐇💨 (@Censored4sure) February 16, 2023
BORIS JOHNSONS FATHER (Stanley Johnson) WROTE A BOOK IN 1982, CALLED "the marburg virus"
Take a listen to what he says
This should tell you all you need to know about them pic.twitter.com/dCvqTRNYQv
— Janebond (@Janebon34813396) February 18, 2023
So who thinks they are pumping the Marburg virus to cover for the coming peak in vax deaths?
Ya I was thinking the same thing..
— The Architect. (@TheMarcitect) February 17, 2023
The New York Post provided more information on the virus:
The fatality ratio of the Marburg virus, which is “in the same family as the virus that causes Ebola,” ranges from 24% to 88% depending on case severity, according to WHO.
The first human cases were identified in 1967 in laboratory outbreaks in Marburg, Germany, and Belgrade, Serbia.
At the time, seven people died. An Angola outbreak in 2004 claimed the lives of 90% of the 252 confirmed infections, according to reports.
There has now been an outbreak of Marburg virus and the WHO has held an emergency meeting.
They are also racing to test new experimental vaccines already.
Is this the "next pandemic" that Bill Gates talked about🤔
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) February 17, 2023
The Hill continued:
According to the CDC, supportive hospital therapy can improve survival rates, such as rehydration with oral or intravenous fluids, maintaining oxygen levels, using drug therapies and treating specific symptoms as they arise.
Some “experimental treatments” for Marburg have been tested in animals but not in humans, the CDC said.
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