Saturday, July 11, 2020

Byzantine flu "confirmed" in Argentina

Per The Good Air News Service, it writes that Argentine health authorities confirmed that an "explosive cesspool event" at Clancy's Tavern in Buenos Aires a week ago was indeed a case of the Byzantine flu. The Imperial Health Authority have ordered that bar to be shut down and asking everyone who attended the Tavern from June 22 to July 3 to get tested for the norovirus. The Tavern has been closed since the 4th and will continue to do so "until further notice".

The Good Air News Service doesn't mention if independent labs confirmed the IHA's assessment, but I'd imagine they haven't, and they'll neglect to mention that no new cases of the disease will emerge as a result of the "event". Just like the last few times this has happened. Will the Argentines be fooled? We'll see.

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