Public health officials say that they have no idea how fast the bird flu is spreading in the United States.  “It’s critical that we are well-positioned to test, treat, prevent this virus from spreading. I think that’s clear in everything we’re saying,” Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra told reporters recently.

The rulers continue to say that the risk to humans is low, while still warning about the fast spread and all of the “unknowns.”

According to a report by The Hill, the rulers say that the outbreak is widespread. Officials have allegedly found the virus in 42 cattle herds across nine states. Dairy farm workers are at risk every time they are exposed to potentially infected cattle and viral mutations could cause an outbreak, experts warn.

The officials further warn that cases of bird flu are potentially being missed, either in people, cattle, or both. In past avian flu outbreaks in other parts of the world, the virus typically kills about half the people it infects.

“There are opportunities that have been missed that we could have absolutely applied from the COVID experience. I think there’s still time. We’re not in trouble yet,” said Erin Sorrell, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security.

So are the rulers admitting the COVID scamdemic was just that? A scam to test the obedience and/or the “vaccines” on the human cattle?

Bird flu was first detected in dairy cows in March, though data from viral samples showed it had been circulating in cattle for at least four months prior. That’s concerning to some experts, who said there could have been widespread human exposure and asymptomatic spread among dairy workers.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is monitoring at least 260 people for symptoms and has tested at least 30 for novel influenza A, the broad category of flu that includes H5N1. Only one positive case has been identified, a farmworker in Texas who has since recovered. –The Hill

“They are socioeconomically vulnerable. … In some circumstances, it kind of requires the buy-in of the employer to engage in surveillance of these workers. And that hasn’t happened in a substantial way to date,” said Jessica Leibler, an environmental epidemiologist at Boston University’s School of Public Health.

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Every new infection in mammals provides the opportunity for the virus to mutate. Since humans regularly have contact with cattle, this provides an opportunity for a jump that could be transmitted human to human.

“Without testing, without surveillance, we have no idea [of the spread],” Sorrell said.  “We are not able to essentially move forward with an improved approach to protecting agricultural workers from occupational exposures if we don’t understand how they were exposed, and the potential risk of additional people being exposed and infected.”

“It is important for the public health officials at the state level, or the state veterinarians, or state ag officials, for us, to essentially communicate that it’s in the long-term best interest of the industry and all of us to make sure that we have as much information as possible,” Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told reporters in a recent briefing.

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