|LA’s Homeless Community Is A Health Threat To The World|
|keywords: Health Threat Homeless Community UCLA Dr Jeffrey Klausner|
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Jeffrey Klausner of UCLA has pointed out that the filth collecting in disgusting Los Angeles streets is a risk to public health.
How diseases spread
Klausner explained that trash and food waste attracts rats and that an out of control rat population can lead to the spread of dangerous strains of salmonella and bubonic plague.
The 700 block of Ceres Avenue is home to the city's most notorious rubbish heap. This filthy block is located between downtown LA's busy Fashion and Produce districts and is a magnet for disease-carrying rats.
Humans can fall prey to typhus and plague-infected fleas for which rats act as carriers.
Outbreaks in California
According to county health department records, rodents carrying typhus-infected fleas were found in LA last year. And the same year saw a record number of flea-borne typhus cases.
Rats transporting the bubonic-plague-carrying bacteria that is spread by fleas living on rats are a major concern too.
Although local authorities have promised to control the rubbish and rat problem, there seems to be no plan or program in place.
Infectious diseases that decimated populations in the Middle Ages are resurging in California, and homeless individuals are the biggest victims.
Recently, Los Angeles experienced an outbreak of typhus in downtown streets. Typhus is a disease spread by infected fleas on rats and other animals. A part of City Hall was briefly closed by officials stating rodent invasion in the building.
In the past two years, Hepatitis A, which spreads primarily through feces, infected more than 1,000 people in Southern California.
The outbreaks are being described by politicians and public-health officials as disasters and public-health crisis. They have also warned that these diseases can easily spread beyond the homeless population.
California Governor Gavin Newsom said in his State of the State speech in February that the homeless crisis is increasingly becoming a public-health crisis. He cited outbreaks of hepatitis A in San Diego County, syphilis in Sonoma County, and typhus in Los Angeles County. We need to get rid of liberals if we want to get rid of the homeless.
Typhus is in fact a medieval disease that is being recorded in California in 2019 even. Hopefully this disease will wipe out a bunch of liberals.
Causes of disease
The diseases spread rapidly among people living outside. Sidewalks contaminated with human feces, crowded living conditions, weakened immune systems, and limited access to health care adds to it.
The horrible hygiene situation for homeless people in Los Angeles is turning into a threat to public health for the entire country and the world. It looks like we should declare liberalism a threat to humanity.
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