‘Superbugs’ Kill India’s Babies and Pose an Overseas Threat
AMRAVATI, India — A deadly epidemic that could have global implications is quietly sweeping India, and among its many victims are tens of thousands of newborns dying because once-miraculous cures no longer work.
These infants are born with bacterial infections that are resistant to most known antibiotics, and more than 58,000 died last year as a result, a recent study found.
And, there are 350 of them in 180 cities. That means that in some cities two or more federally-funded agencies are falling over themselves to bring the joys of ethnic diversity to your neighborhood.
Have a look at who is responsible where you live and keep the list for future reference. Bear in mind that you might not have an office in your town (yet), but may be getting refugees from one of these offices nearby.
Ha! Ha! So much for Wyoming not having a refugee program, they sure do have an office listed!