Georgia melioidosis death: No travel history



In a follow-up to a report about one month ago about melioidosis cases reported in the US with no travel history
The CDC announced a 4th such case, a fatal case, in the state of Georgia.

In addition, I briefly discuss the background and history of Burkholderia pseudomallei and the disease, melioidosis.

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4 Responses

  1. Hunter Biden says:

    Another imported Bio weapon

  2. Sarah Rueff says:

    IVE HAD THIS IN FL FOR THE PAST 2 YEARS AND NO ONE BELIEVES ME OR GOES BEYOND TAKING MY BLOOD AND SEEING ELEVATED WBC LYMPHS. My mom died because she caught this when I tried to tell everyone in 2019 and 2020… she just died in january 2021… IT WAS THIS.

  3. Paradox says:

    EHS is my old field. Because I left years ago to pursue other dreams, I don't have as much time to keep up like I used to. You've always done an excellent job AND it's greatly appreciated!!!!!

  4. J H says:

    Thanks! Very interesting. Don't hear about this in the news

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