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A disease that slowly develops from the parasite, trypanosoma cruzi.
Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (VEE) is found in the Americas, and is spread by mosquitos. The alphavirus is highly contagious with a low fatality rate, and can be aerosolized for airborne transmission. All of the equine alphaviruses have similar signs, these include Eastern Equine Encephalitis(EEE), and Western Equine Encephalitis(WEE).
VEE has been used as a vector in viral vector vaccination experiments, which use a vector virus to kill the infecting virus, within the host. Used as a replicon that auto-replicates after entering the host, which can produce a number of possible outcomes. These ouutcomes are limited in understanding being a lack of data from minimal human testing. This has not stopped the current actions of the CDC, FDA, and World governments from imposing a joint effort to risk the safety of the entire planet.
It appears highly similar to influenza, expressing the same symptoms, and can be easily passed as the flu.
This creates a dangerous combination in the wrong hands. It has been tested, and used as a biological weapon, and currently has found its place in the experimental viral vector "vaccines" for SARS-CoVid.
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