Topic: Strange how the flu has disappeared.
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Several news articles on the subject, noting this phenomenon.


Articles full of questions and speculation, but few answers.

Yet they still take care to warn the goyim not to entertain any un-approved thoughts, despite the lack of a scientific consensus.

Is the flu gone forever?   Was it displaced by "COVID"?  Or maybe it was just re-branded as "COVID".

Time will tell.



ABC News: Amid COVID-19 pandemic, flu has disappeared in the US
abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory/amid-covid-19-pandemic-flu-disappeared-us-76102895

Scientific American: Flu Has Disappeared for More Than a Year
www.scientificamerican.com/article/flu-has-disappeared-worldwide-during-the-covid-pandemic1/

New York Times: The Flu Vanished during COVID
www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/04/22/science/flu-season-coronavirus-pandemic.html


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Displaced by covid. The simplest explanation is usually right.


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The Flu is still here.  Not politically correct to mention the Flu.


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. said: Displaced by covid. The simplest explanation is usually right.

Unfortunately you can get covid and influenza so your explanation is wrong. RSV is another virus which is still doing the rounds.

Why has influenza died off? Because of wearing masks, social distancing and washing hands etc. It's that simple.

Here in New Zealand we didn't have covid for 17 months but influenza pretty much died off as well.


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No shit. If someone even mentions the word "flu" today, they are immediately branded as non-Woke, conspiracist, racist, ignorant of "science", hard canceled, etc

Flu will return and we'll be allowed to talk about it again, when the government says so.

The End.


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IT MUST MEAN THAT TRUMP IS PRESIDENT AND ABORTION IS WRONG AND MUST BE OUTLAWED!!!!
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Here in New Zealand...

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:stfu:

:bullshit:


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. said:
. said: Displaced by covid. The simplest explanation is usually right.

Unfortunately you can get covid and influenza so your explanation is wrong. RSV is another virus which is still doing the rounds.

Why has influenza died off? Because of wearing masks, social distancing and washing hands etc. It's that simple.

Here in New Zealand we didn't have covid for 17 months but influenza pretty much died off as well.

­but the same masks, social distancing, etc had no effect on Covid :lol:

fuck off Kiwi filth


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­but the same masks, social distancing, etc had no effect on Covid :lol:

fuck off Kiwi filth

­Well there were pretty much zero cases so technically your comment is correct. 1/2 of zero is still zero.


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Listening to FAGGERS attempt to explain where the flu went is almost as funny as listening to them explain why sub-Saharan Africa pretty much spaced COVID.

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They have homespun grain wisdom that allowed them to evade it completely


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Seriously though, what happened to the flu?


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. said: Seriously though, what happened to the flu?

­It's coming back, and with a vengeance apparently, because of the lack of immunity.


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­It's coming back, and with a vengeance apparently, because of the lack of immunity.

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Link?


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. said: Seriously though, what happened to the flu?

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Masks work.


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. said: Seriously though, what happened to the flu?

­why is my local health agency pushing influenza vax if it is not an issue? This is a media issue, possibly a government statistics gathering/reporting issue.


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Link?

­https://fortune.com/2021/10/13/flu-season-2021-2022-covid-viruses/

“Because there were fewer flu cases in the U.S. last year, we should be expecting a reduced population immunity due to the lack of flu virus activity,” said Dr. William Checkley, who works as both a pulmonary and critical care physician at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and associate professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University. “It could result in an earlier and possibly more severe flu season.”


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­why is my local health agency pushing influenza vax if it is not an issue? This is a media issue, possibly a government statistics gathering/reporting issue.

­Because covid and influenza at the same time could kill you.  Plus the lack of influenza immunity.


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400,000 people U.S. DEAD from Le'Grip. and not a word about how it was a BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS ATTACK BY CHINA...


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Covid is "the flu".

Let's give the flu a new name and make it real scary!
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­Because covid and influenza at the same time could kill you.  Plus the lack of influenza immunity.

­so flu has not disappeared contrary to MSM narrative.


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Katalyst said:
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Masks work.

­Every mask study done disagrees with your reply.

MUH MASKS!
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­so flu has not disappeared contrary to MSM narrative.

­its still around but 99% less common.


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Katalyst said:
. said: Seriously though, what happened to the flu?

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Masks work.

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What happened to the flu?
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Masks work, you fucking bagger!!
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So why is "COVID" still spreading?
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Because nobody is wearing masks, you fucking bagger!
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Posted by Katalyst
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­Every mask study done disagrees with your reply.

MUH MASKS!
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:crybaby:


Link?


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­https://fortune.com/2021/10/13/flu-season-2021-2022-covid-viruses/

“Because there were fewer flu cases in the U.S. last year, we should be expecting a reduced population immunity due to the lack of flu virus activity,” said Dr. William Checkley, who works as both a pulmonary and critical care physician at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and associate professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University. “It could result in an earlier and possibly more severe flu season.”

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So basically he's just guessing.



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