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Homeless Caused Hepatitis Outbreak Spreads from San Diego to Los Angeles

December 07
16:09 2017

In September, we reported how some major metropolitan areas faced an epidemic of AIDs, largely due to the hippie free-love movement, the rise of homosexuality and drug use, especially in some of the larger California communities. San Francisco seemed to be the central focus of the AIDs virus and it radiated out from there.

Today, some of California’s other large cities are facing a new epidemic. Instead of AIDS, hepatitis A is spreading. We reported the outbreak of hepatitis A in the San Diego area in our September report and how the spread of hepatitis A was found to be linked to the number of homeless people in the area.

San Diego and other coastal areas along the California shore has great year-round weather, making it a destination location not only for working people and businesses, but also for the homeless. They don’t have to face the freezing winter cold that they would in more northern and eastern parts of the country. While the summers can get hot, as a rule, it’s not as hot as places like Arizona, so life on the streets are more tolerable.

Just a little over 100 miles to the north of San Diego lies the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles. The LA metro area extends for many miles north, south and east from the heart of the city and is home to millions of people. With such a large population, comes some of the social problems like homelessness.

According to a recent report, the hepatitis A outbreak found in San Diego has reached Los Angeles County and has become a major health concern:

“An outbreak of hepatitis A is spreading through Los Angeles County after leaping from a large homeless contingent in San Diego, threatening thousands of people and fueling criticism that local officials have not done enough to contain the deadly liver disease.”

“Hundreds of cases have turned up in southern California as well as Michigan — but conditions in Los Angeles, where roughly 50,000 people live on the streets, have prompted deeper concerns.”

Volunteer organizations aren’t blaming the homeless, rather they are blaming public officials for the hepatitis A epidemic and say that it was predicted to happen and it’s happening. The problem lies with the fact that for 1,777 unsheltered homeless people, there are only 9 public toilets available during the nighttime hours. The United Nations says that the standard to be used in refugee camps is 1 toilet for ever 20 people. Based on that standard, Los Angeles is about 80 public toilets short.

Consequently, many homeless have no choice but to do their business on the sidewalks and alleys and this is being reported as the cause of the hepatitis A outbreak.

Mind you that these metropolitan areas are run by Democrats who continue to shut down churches and individuals from feeding the homeless for sanitary reasons, and yet they do nothing provide the homeless the sanitary facilities they require.

Based upon the actions of Democrats, it’s unsanitary to hand a sandwich to a hungry homeless person but it’s not unsanitary for hundreds of homeless people to poop on the sidewalks and streets.

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