Is the necro mortosis virus real and is the goverment testing humans with it?
No, although a lot of hoax web sites have popped-up with official-looking titles such as World Health Authority, they are all bogus.
In fact if you go to the site using that title, you'll first see that the domain name is "zombieworldnews," and if that didn't make it clear that it is not a legit news organization, all one needs to do is scroll to the bottom of the page where they clearly state "This site is for entertainment purposes only. All information is fictional"
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made an official statement on Thursday, May 31, 2012 that Zombies do not exist.
CDC spokesman David Daigle emailed the Huffington post stating that the "CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms)."
The sudden jump in Zombie worries seem to stem from an event in Miami, Florida in which a man in what is being called a drug induced psychosis (suggestions were raised of "Bath Salts" being the drugs that were used), viciously attacked and chewed the face of another man.
An eyewitness to the scene described it in the New York Daily News as "The guy, he was like a zombie, blood dripping, it was intense. The closest thing I've seen to it? 'The Walking Dead'."
This was a case of drug abuse, though, not a Zombie-Creating virus.
Another reason for all the recent fuss is that the CDC has done some quirky tongue-in-cheek disaster-preparedness stunts using Zombies as the disaster.
These were done as a way to engage new audiences, and a younger demographic, suggesting that if one is prepared for a Zombie Apocalypse, then one is prepared for real emergencies such as a hurricanes, pandemics, earthquakes, or terrorist attacks.