AlertsUSA: Rabies in Lula, Georgia, Yall Be Safe!

Lula and surrounding areas are still on alert after a cat that tested positive for rabies was found to have bitten five people, perhaps more. “I was out working on my yard and the cat came on my property, it just came directly on the property,” Lula resident Mere Barbee said. “It bit me and then went across the road and bit my neighbors.” Barbee said that the cat continually tried to lunge at her every time she tried to get near it. She was worried about catching the cat because the school was only six blocks away. “You know people’s children could handle the cat and then get scratched and not even be aware of it,” Barbee said. “That’s my main concern.” The Georgia Public Health Lab, Virology Section in Decatur determined the cat tested positive for rabies, and alerted Hall County Animal Control on Monday. The five reported people infected by the animal include three senior citizens, one woman and a 10-year-old boy. Barbee and her neighbors both started treatment Tuesday. The rabies vaccine consists of four shots. Barbee said each visit so far has taken her two hours from the time she checks in until she leaves. Animal Control officers assessed the situation, telling Barbee they’d return in a few weeks with a cage. Two more people were bitten before the animal was caught. Lula city officials distributed fliers in the area alerting residents of the potential danger. Positive alert signs will be posted in the area where the rabid cat was located. Anyone who sees an animal acting abnormally in the area is asked to contact Hall County Animal Services at 770-531-6830 or Hall County Dispatch at 770-536-8812 during nonworking hours. Animal owners are encouraged to vaccinate their pets and livestock for rabies. Vaccines are available for $10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday at the Hall County Animal Shelter at 1688 Barber Road in Gainesville and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia at 845 W. Ridge Road in Gainesville.

The name of Hazard: Rabies (cat to human)
Species: Spread
Status: Confirmed

Posted:2015-01-17 05:34:38 [UTC]

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Stop the Flights? Not a Chance, Not Till 90% of America is Infected!

Man Dies Vomiting On Plane To US! CDC Let’s Everyone Go Home To Spread Ebola To Their Loved Ones?

Friday, October 17, 2014 5:28
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A man from Nigeria has died after vomiting on a plane to the US and the ‘CDC lie squad’ immediately declares that Ebola is not a possibility, sending US Congressman Peter King into a frenzy and Americans home to their loved ones, possibly now infected with Ebola to spread amongst their friends and family as warned in these brand new videos from splashnaijaNG and KafkaWinstonWorld.

 While this NY Post story clearly stated the CDC is saying this man is NOT INFECTED with the Ebola virus, some virologists are warning Ebola may NEVER be stopped and not all Ebola cases exhibit the same symptoms. How did the CDC KNOW that this man wasn’t suffering from Ebola within seconds of examining him? Is THIS how they let the virus spread across America? Is the CDC purposely infecting America with Ebola or is this just another ‘keystone cops’ episode with our lives at stake?

Please contact your Congressional Representatives here to demand that they put the health and lives of Americans ahead of the financial interests of airlines and foreign nations before they ALL are held responsible for the deaths of potentially millions of Americans due to an Ebola pandemic that could have been stopped.

 

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