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Richardson says state prepared to battle outbreak

There are 65 comments on the The Santa Fe New Mexican story from Apr 26, 2009, titled Richardson says state prepared to battle outbreak. In it, The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that:

New Mexico is prepared if swine flu strikes the state, Gov. Bill Richardson said in a news release Sunday.

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chatterbox87501

Los Alamos, NM

#74 Apr 28, 2009
OMG LOL wrote:
Wow Ambro you are so stupid. Like I am totally blown away. Maybe you should turn off the X files.
Ambro doesn't watch the X files, he lives them.
santos

Santa Fe, NM

#76 Apr 29, 2009
The key guy in the NM DoH is Johnny Miller, he runs Emergency Planning & Preparedness, and is responsible for hiding the public medicines from the public, in case of riots.

Doesn't that make you conspiracy theorists happy?

I have his cell number somewhere.
Mister Pickles

Albuquerque, NM

#77 Apr 29, 2009
It was discovered today that a special enzyme was discovered that battles and defeats the latest strain of the "Swine Flu' Surprisingly enough, this sweat also comes from a pair of swines, located here in the state of NM. Sweat from Gov. Bill Richardson and Manny Aragon has undergone laboratory testing and has proven to be resistent to Swine Flu. All NM residents are asked to report to their local state office of Healt to be injected and innoculated with what is being called " **** Innoculation Uno" or BIo.
phaedrus

Santa Fe, NM

#78 Apr 29, 2009
santos wrote:
The key guy in the NM DoH is Johnny Miller, he runs Emergency Planning & Preparedness, and is responsible for hiding the public medicines from the public, in case of riots.
Doesn't that make you conspiracy theorists happy?
I have his cell number somewhere.
As of late night April 28- there has not been a single diagnosed case of swine flu in NM. This despite teams of CDC doctors descending on NM to look for it.
Honest Abe

Danville, WV

#80 May 27, 2011
santos wrote:
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Well it is apparently a human-human transfer of the disease.
So one would want to control the vector, in this case, infected humans.
That is not racist, just acknowledging reality.
Quarantines, limited social contact, and travel restrictions well may be warranted.
The "Nutrimedical" brand of supplements that Dr. Deagle sells are made by Xymogen and can be ordered online at lower prices.

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