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Federal Government Response to Japanese Encephalitis.

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Federal minister for Health and Aged care Greg Hunt has announced a $69m package to combat the Japanese Encephalitis virus. (JEV)

A multi portfolio response will implement control and public health measures designed to prevent exposure through vaccinations and mosquito management systems.

The elements of this package include $28.18m to purchase additional vaccines which will be available from late March or early April.

$17.5m in support to jurisdictions with mosquito surveillance and control activities.

$5m in public health communication. In other words, advertising.

$3.5m for essential supplies to ensure sustained laboratory capacity and capability to test for JEV in humans.

$4m to support enhance surveillance activities, such as modelling, geospatial analysis and conducting a serosurvey to better understand and map areas with higher risk of a JEV outbreak.

$10m for DAWE will enable support to state and territory agriculture departments in their response to this emergency including surveillance. Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.

JEV was declared a Communicable Disease Incident of National Significance on 4 March 2022 by the Chief Medical Officer.

There are currently 15 confirmed human cases of JEV in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, and Victoria.

AFIPN have covered the JEV in a previous article disputing the fear mongering around this being a communicable disease.

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  1. Great way to cover up vaccine injuries. I suspect more and more strange and unusual ‘diseases’ popping up. Won’t be long before aids (Vaids) makes a comeback. Can’t wait for the new mRNA aids vaccine to get pushed 😳

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