Saturday, August 20, 2005


A lot of effort was put into controlling polio but it's making a comeback:
Indonesia has 220 cases of transmitted polio virus, according to an update on Friday from the WHO’s regional office for south-east Asia. The disease had been eradicated in Indonesia in 1995, but reappeared in April 2005. The strain has been traced to West Africa.

The deadly virus has re-infected several countries since the polio immunisation campaign was suspended by Muslim elders in three regions in northern Nigeria in October 2003 - local rumours suggested the vaccine was laced with reproductive hormones and HIV in a plot to depopulate Africa.
Africans don't need any outside help in their efforts to depopulate Africa.


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