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MicroKillers: Superflu
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MicroKillers: Superflu
The full programme is available for viewing by requesting clip. Some footage may be subject to third party restrictions. Duration 47 minutes This program follows a hypothetical superflu pandemic outbreak that has the potential to wreak havoc all around the world, Hong Kong, streets, buses, crossing, skyscrapers, crowds, CGI flu virus, pig pens, London streets, buses, rain, John Oxford, tomb, graveyard, tomb stone, headstone, gravestone, CGI Globe, Guang dong province, China, ducks, chicken, poultry factories, village, pig, CGI mucus, slaughtered pig, chopping knife, sneeze, women eating, influenza, macrophagus, airport, luggage, airport, night, air filter, passengers sleeping, motorbike in china village, Princess Margaret Hospital, sliding hospital door, isolation critical wards, Dr.Lily Chu, lady putting on make up in plane, pigeons, london roads, buses, bustling city, Union Jack, Big Ben, double decker bus, presentation, projector, cough, infected person tosses and turns in bed, t cells, doctor inspecting patient, injection, syringe, chicken cages, domesticated ducks in China, roasted duck, woman coughs up blood, man in protective gear inspects dead woman, coprse being bagged, John Watson, National Geographic
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