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Rising Threats of Emerging Infectious Diseases, Part 1 of 2

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It’s been noted that COVID-19 cases have recently surged in several countries, often presenting with mild symptoms. However, research indicates that even ‘mild’ cases of COVID-19 can have lasting detrimental effects on heart health. MRI scans have revealed abnormal findings in the lungs, brain, and kidneys of COVID-19 patients compared to a group of people without the virus. Researchers have found that COVID-19 contributed to approximately one in every six sepsis cases within the initial two-and-a-half years of the pandemic. The emergence of highly mutated strains, such as BA.2.86 (also known as Pirola) and the newer variant JN.1, has raised concerns. “So, your symptoms are going to be very similar cold-like symptoms, upper respiratory, congestion, cough, maybe in some patients, nausea, weakness.” In the United States, the virus is causing approximately 15,000 hospitalizations and 1,000deaths weekly, remaining a primary cause of new respiratory virus hospitalizations. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has expressed concerns about the potential for a‘tripledemic.’ This scenario involves the concurrent circulation of COVID-19, influenza, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) which could significantly disrupt urgent care centers and hospitals. In the UK, the flu poses a significant health threat, leading to over 14,000 excess deaths and more than 10,000 pediatric hospitalizations last winter alone. In China, an outbreak of respiratory illness is flooding the hospitals. Simultaneously, norovirus cases are rising in the United States during the winter season. The World Health Organization emphasizes the need for preparedness, indicating that this new pandemic could strike at any moment. Efforts to address the global pandemic issue have resulted in temporary and expensive solutions. Our Most Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) says that a permanent solution to end all of the world's problems is to move away from the animal-people livestock industry and return to our loving nature. “The most important is that humans have to return to their original loving nature, not just rely on medicine and inventions and stuff like that. And then killing animal-people, it’s the number one cause of war and famine and disaster and disease in the world. ( Yes, Master.)”
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