Legionnaire's Disease - Flint Michigan

Legionnaire’s and Shigellosis Outbreaks in Flint, Michigan

FLINT/DETROIT, MI (Naked Departure) — LEGIONNAIRE’S DISEASE OUTBREAK IN FLINT, MI.  There appears to be an outbreak of Legionnaire’s disease, along with Shigellosis disease, in Flint.  This is even more reason why we need to help ourselves and never depend on government again, particularly as it relates to our water.

This should be an outrage!  Mainstream media has managed not to report on this matter.  A bait and switch has been implemented to turn more focus on Dakota pipeline but Dakota’s water is not contaminated!  Dakota’s children don’t look like this child from Flint, MI displayed here on the photo.

The government failed Flint and Detroit!  Their first priority should have been Flint and Detroit.  The water source is contaminated/poisoned.  Sadly, the government and the State of Michigan have known about Flint and Detroit’s water contaminated supply since 2014, yet they have turned a blind eye on urban communities, as they continue to blame lack of financing as a legal excuse to kill, while at the same time, granting a green light toward bottled water corporate profit.  Facebook Post

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*Legionnaires’ disease is a severe form of pneumonia — lung inflammation usually caused by infection. Legionnaires’ disease is caused by a bacterium known as legionella. You can’t catch legionnaires’ disease from person-to-person contact. Instead, most people get legionnaires’ disease from inhaling the bacteria.

**Shigellosis is an infectious disease caused by a group of bacteria called Shigella (shih-GEHL-uh). Most who are infected with Shigella develop diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps starting a day or two after they are exposed to the bacteria.  Shigellosis usually resolves in 5 to 7 days

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