Bill de Blasio is an American politician currently serving as the 109th mayor of New York City.
The Legionnaires Disease outbreak in New York City has now claimed the lives of 10 people, prompting health officials to order that cooling towers throughout the city be tested for the bacteria that causes the disease.
According to The Associated Press, since its appearance late last month in the South Bronx, 100 people have been diagnosed with the Legionnaires Disease, a form of pneumonia caused by breathing in mist contaminated with the Legionella bacteria.
Legionnaires Disease is a respiratory bacterial infection usually spread through mist that comes from a water source, such as cooling towers, air conditioning or showers. It is not transmitted person to person. Two sites in the city have tested positive so far, the mayor said: Lincoln Hospital in the South Bronx and a commercial complex.
Despite a surge in cases and a couple of deaths, Mayor Bill de Blasio said this afternoon that New Yorkers have “no reason for alarm” over an outbreak of Legionnaires Disease in the South Bronx.
What Does NASA Know That Mr. de Blasio Does Not?
Throughout the history of the Space Shuttle program, NASA has been using colloidal silver for decades to purify water and kill pathogens such as Legionella. Today, colloidal silver has been used exclusively to purify drinking water on the International Space Station.
Independent in-vitro lab tests prove that high quality colloidal silver kills Legionella quite easily. Applying even a small amount of colloidal silver would not only clear up the offending air coolers that are the known cause of legionella in New York, it might have even saved the lives of those who die from this airborne infection.
So it could happen in your town anytime soon. The cost of naturally clearing a towns water supply from legionalla are minimal, the results are great and save lives. We ask every mayor in the world, to apply NASA’s little trick and therefore to be on the safe side.