Monday, November 30, 2009

WHO to monitor Flu In Vancouver Before and During Olympics - Request ALL Athletes Be Vaccinated 11/30/09 7:38am

WHO to monitor Flu In Vancouver Before and During Olympics - Request ALL Athletes Be Vaccinated

Why doesn't this make me feel better, knowing WHO will be in charge of watching the athletes, officials, spectators and media in Vancouver before and during the Olympics? Maybe, it is because they are not honest about what is happening in the world and how many people have had adverse side effects and ALL the deaths from the Swine Flu (that is just a coincidence in their opinion). Also, they have connections and are on the payroll of vaccine makers!


The World Health Organisation is sending a representative to the 2010 Winter Olympics to monitor for potential disease outbreaks, and organisers and health experts have taken steps to protect against the H1N1 virus.

Planning for any impact swine flu could have on the games has been underway since April, when British Columbia health officials increased the stockpile of antiviral drugs available in the province.

The WHO declared an official global pandemic in June.

Most athletes, officials and spectators are expected to be vaccinated against H1N1 by the time the Winter Olympics begin in February.

"If the vaccination rate is high enough, I don't think H1N1 is going to be a risk," said Dr Patricia Daly, chief medical health officer for Vancouver Coastal Health, the agency overseeing health services for the Olympics.

British Columbia's provincial health officer said the original supply was boosted by three million doses, bringing the total amount available to 10 million.

About 250,000 spectators are expected at the games, and there will be about 10,000 media members, and 5,000 athletes and officials.

Vancouver organisers and the International Olympic Committee have recommended to all of the national Olympic committees that their athletes and officials be vaccinated against both H1N1 and seasonal influenza.

Daly said international athletes will be offered the vaccine when they get to Canada, with some teams arriving as early as January to begin training.

Public health nurses at the athletes village will conduct tests and monitor for illness at venues, including hotels where officials and sponsors are staying.

Seasonal flu is always a risk at a Winter Olympics, but monitoring done during prior games has shown little danger of a major outbreak.

At the Olympic village during the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, 188 cases of influenza were diagnosed.

During the 2006 Olympics in Turin the incidence of influenza-like illness was less than that recorded during the same period a year earlier, according to Italian researchers.

I will also say - The New Web bot report is suppose to be coming out this week (Clif, has mentioned it most likely will be the last one, due to the expected shut down of the internet- IP Addresses use only - within the next few months). The report is ONLY $10.00 and the last report mentioned the Olympics being a place where a disease will be launched/sprayed/started and spread around the world from those at the Olympics. That disease will be a killer. Once something is mentioned, Clif normally does not include it in the next report, so we will see if this report has anything more about the Olympics and disease. But for those interested in getting the coming report, please go to

UPDATE Half Past Human has the scheduled release for the next Web bot report for Dec. 21st. - But watch for it at the site, many times it has been earlier than date stated. Also you can do what I have done - I have already paid for mine - via Pay pal -with a note saying it is for the December Report.

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  1. HalfpastHuman website: Next publication date (scheduled) December 21, 2009.