A flu epidemic in Ukraine has been traced back to an artificial strain of flu, deliberately released from a U.S. bacteriologic lab in Kramatorsk, Ukraine.
Medical expert Viktor Pehkov spoke to local doctors, and recently wrote on his blog:
“In the area of Kramatorsk there is bacteriologic laboratory belonging to the USA. There was a leak, of the virus H1N1, so-called Swine flu, but it has menacing potential, as there was a leak of the virus causing fulminant of severe pneumonia.
Very often the carriers of virus have them both. In the beginning it affected Ukrainian soldiers en masse, DPR intelligence reported that bodies were just left in the snow and nearly 40 bodies were taken from a single unit. Then it spreaded to the front line. The situation is very difficult“.
Fort Russ reports:
“All the doctors are aware of what they are facing. These are artificially derived viruses!
Now the specifics. I recommend right now to take a double dosage of vitamin C and ‘ингавирин’ for prevention – 1 dose per week. When your temperature rises above 38 degrees, start taking a dose of ‘ингавирин’ per day. If on the third day your temperature drops – URGENTLY GO TO THE DOCTOR.
With this disease it is impossible to recover from it without treatment from powerful anti-virus drugs. 4 – 6 days without treatment, the individual falls into a delusional state, fluid fills the lungs and they collapse, the agony, a corpse.
A lot of deaths in Novorossia, and a decent amount in St. Petersburg, for example, one hospital I know has about 6 dead bodies. Humans burnt out. The weaker the immune system the faster the process, there were cases of disease to death in only three days” – said Viktor.
Recall, as was previously reported by Novorosinform, similar assumptions were made by the Deputy of the state Duma and the Deputy commander of the DPR corps, Eduard Basurin.
One of the first reports about the use of this strain of the virus as a biological weapon was our own investigation, “Geopolitics of the flu. Russian field experiments”, said our editor of publications – Ruslan Lyapin.