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Many people believe it will never happen, that a Bird Flu Pandemic killing millions of people racing through the country cannot occur. Yet in recent history; the last 400 years there have countless incidents where pandemics have wiped out millions of people and very rapidly too. The United States has the best chance of many people surviving such an incredible pandemic, but we are not without risk.
Many of the customs in the United States, such as shaking hands, kissing, etc can be problematic for spreading the Bird Flu Virus is a notable human strain develops and it very well could too. The 1918 Influenza Pandemic killed millions in Europe and also many in the United States. Some say a viral strain of the Bird Flu could easily kill millions now in the present period due to the closeness of human populations, air-travel and the fact that many cities have very dense populations. Consider some of the major cities in the World Today.
A Bird Flu Pandemic could travel to 5 continents in a few days and end up everywhere in the World in a few more. The CDC is extremely worried and in fact the United States Government has already developed a worstcase scenario plan to deal with such an unfortunate potential eventuality. Is your family safe? Do you have a plan to protect them? Consider this in 2006.
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