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Corona Virus Updates Part 2

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posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 02:57 AM
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originally posted by: logicsoda
I am so very #ed if I get this virus. I live in Canadaand there have already been confirmed cases in Vancouver.

I have 28% lung function and two types of COPD. I also have to get monthly blood product to level out my immune system.

For the very first time in my life I am coming to terms with the fact that there is a very real possibility of contracting an an epidemic virus and if I do, there is nothing anybody can do to save me. I will die.

I will continue living life as I have been, but I will be spending an extra few minutes with my nieces and nephews and hugging them a little longer.

Most of you have a good fighting chance if you get this virus. It will be overwhelming, but you are (likely) starting off with a baseline of close to 100% lung function and likely have a healthy immune system.

Please take care of yourselves, and your lungs. I only wish I had the lungs and immune system you all have.

Stay safe.


Are you on o2?? I think you can wear a particulate mask or respirator with that if things go pear shaped. Just adhere to personal protocols and watch how it goes in your area. The most wonderful thing to come out of this could be a stronger relationship between you and the kiddos.




posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 03:00 AM
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originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: EnhancedInterrogator
a reply to: Dolby_X
Yeah that helps, thanks.

Just regarding one funeral parlor ...

From this we can see that the Hankou Funeral Parlour currently can burn up to 576 corpses per day, but due to transportation constraints, it currently burns about 225 corpses of new crown patients each day.






576 a day?? I call bull. Can you imagine a crematorium with 550-600 ovens??? Maybe theyre huge ovens and they just pile a bunch of bodies in.. but then again, with multiples it takes longer. Like a turkey at thanksgiving. You have to go by poundage and heat.. and then how many hours you have to cook the turkey. Even if they pile a few in at a time... youd have to adjust the time and heat.. and circulate ( move the half burnt ones around) to make sure they are incinerated. It takes a LOT more to incinerate a body than you think... much less 576 a day. No wonder they have toxic air..


I believe, and could be wrong, that Auschwitz had 48 ovens and could ‘process’ 4400 bodies a day there. A proper death factory in one of the most unforgivable episodes of human evil.



Im aware. Fortunately we dont handle human remains like that anymore. Crematories arent built to exterminate mass undesirables in a fit of genocide. Theyre not comparable.. and were manufactured different for different reasons.


Obviously. However the situation in China is dire, so who knows what extremes they will go to in order to remove the bodies. I personally believe the crematoria are at capacity and some bodies may well now be pit burnt. Anyhow, we need more and accurate information, but we’re unlikely to get it.



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 03:08 AM
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originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: EnhancedInterrogator
a reply to: Dolby_X
Yeah that helps, thanks.

Just regarding one funeral parlor ...

From this we can see that the Hankou Funeral Parlour currently can burn up to 576 corpses per day, but due to transportation constraints, it currently burns about 225 corpses of new crown patients each day.






576 a day?? I call bull. Can you imagine a crematorium with 550-600 ovens??? Maybe theyre huge ovens and they just pile a bunch of bodies in.. but then again, with multiples it takes longer. Like a turkey at thanksgiving. You have to go by poundage and heat.. and then how many hours you have to cook the turkey. Even if they pile a few in at a time... youd have to adjust the time and heat.. and circulate ( move the half burnt ones around) to make sure they are incinerated. It takes a LOT more to incinerate a body than you think... much less 576 a day. No wonder they have toxic air..


I believe, and could be wrong, that Auschwitz had 48 ovens and could ‘process’ 4400 bodies a day there. A proper death factory in one of the most unforgivable episodes of human evil.



Im aware. Fortunately we dont handle human remains like that anymore. Crematories arent built to exterminate mass undesirables in a fit of genocide. Theyre not comparable.. and were manufactured different for different reasons.


Obviously. However the situation in China is dire, so who knows what extremes they will go to in order to remove the bodies. I personally believe the crematoria are at capacity and some bodies may well now be pit burnt. Anyhow, we need more and accurate information, but we’re unlikely to get it.


I think thats a great possibility. Takes a hell of a lot of wood to actually cremate a body though.


My husband and I went to India years ago and I got to see a cremation on the Ganges. It took half a forest and almost 4 hours. Constantly poking and stoking it. It was horrible really. More than one at a time would sure be hard for th govt to hide. Speakig of india.. sometimes youd see a dead body or 2 laying around. Birds and dogs and things gnawing on it. NO ONE would move the body.. not even the police. Some religions believe that the body should lay out and be released in that way. I THINK it was the Zoroastrians.



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 03:19 AM
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originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: EnhancedInterrogator
a reply to: Dolby_X
Yeah that helps, thanks.

Just regarding one funeral parlor ...

From this we can see that the Hankou Funeral Parlour currently can burn up to 576 corpses per day, but due to transportation constraints, it currently burns about 225 corpses of new crown patients each day.






576 a day?? I call bull. Can you imagine a crematorium with 550-600 ovens??? Maybe theyre huge ovens and they just pile a bunch of bodies in.. but then again, with multiples it takes longer. Like a turkey at thanksgiving. You have to go by poundage and heat.. and then how many hours you have to cook the turkey. Even if they pile a few in at a time... youd have to adjust the time and heat.. and circulate ( move the half burnt ones around) to make sure they are incinerated. It takes a LOT more to incinerate a body than you think... much less 576 a day. No wonder they have toxic air..


I believe, and could be wrong, that Auschwitz had 48 ovens and could ‘process’ 4400 bodies a day there. A proper death factory in one of the most unforgivable episodes of human evil.



Im aware. Fortunately we dont handle human remains like that anymore. Crematories arent built to exterminate mass undesirables in a fit of genocide. Theyre not comparable.. and were manufactured different for different reasons.


Obviously. However the situation in China is dire, so who knows what extremes they will go to in order to remove the bodies. I personally believe the crematoria are at capacity and some bodies may well now be pit burnt. Anyhow, we need more and accurate information, but we’re unlikely to get it.


I think thats a great possibility. Takes a hell of a lot of wood to actually cremate a body though.


My husband and I went to India years ago and I got to see a cremation on the Ganges. It took half a forest and almost 4 hours. Constantly poking and stoking it. It was horrible really. More than one at a time would sure be hard for th govt to hide. Speakig of india.. sometimes youd see a dead body or 2 laying around. Birds and dogs and things gnawing on it. NO ONE would move the body.. not even the police. Some religions believe that the body should lay out and be released in that way. I THINK it was the Zoroastrians.


Yeah I know. Spent a lot of time in Tamil Nardu many years ago and driving along most roads you’d see a body or two. My concern with ALL of this is if this virus hits India hard. That will be trouble on an even larger scale.



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 03:56 AM
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originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: EnhancedInterrogator
a reply to: Dolby_X
Yeah that helps, thanks.

Just regarding one funeral parlor ...

From this we can see that the Hankou Funeral Parlour currently can burn up to 576 corpses per day, but due to transportation constraints, it currently burns about 225 corpses of new crown patients each day.






576 a day?? I call bull. Can you imagine a crematorium with 550-600 ovens??? Maybe theyre huge ovens and they just pile a bunch of bodies in.. but then again, with multiples it takes longer. Like a turkey at thanksgiving. You have to go by poundage and heat.. and then how many hours you have to cook the turkey. Even if they pile a few in at a time... youd have to adjust the time and heat.. and circulate ( move the half burnt ones around) to make sure they are incinerated. It takes a LOT more to incinerate a body than you think... much less 576 a day. No wonder they have toxic air..


I believe, and could be wrong, that Auschwitz had 48 ovens and could ‘process’ 4400 bodies a day there. A proper death factory in one of the most unforgivable episodes of human evil.



Im aware. Fortunately we dont handle human remains like that anymore. Crematories arent built to exterminate mass undesirables in a fit of genocide. Theyre not comparable.. and were manufactured different for different reasons.


Obviously. However the situation in China is dire, so who knows what extremes they will go to in order to remove the bodies. I personally believe the crematoria are at capacity and some bodies may well now be pit burnt. Anyhow, we need more and accurate information, but we’re unlikely to get it.


I think thats a great possibility. Takes a hell of a lot of wood to actually cremate a body though.


My husband and I went to India years ago and I got to see a cremation on the Ganges. It took half a forest and almost 4 hours. Constantly poking and stoking it. It was horrible really. More than one at a time would sure be hard for th govt to hide. Speakig of india.. sometimes youd see a dead body or 2 laying around. Birds and dogs and things gnawing on it. NO ONE would move the body.. not even the police. Some religions believe that the body should lay out and be released in that way. I THINK it was the Zoroastrians.


Yeah I know. Spent a lot of time in Tamil Nardu many years ago and driving along most roads you’d see a body or two. My concern with ALL of this is if this virus hits India hard. That will be trouble on an even larger scale.


Yeah, it would RIP though populations like in Mumbai. Theyre so packed in and the community is so close. I mean ( Im sure you know) physically close.. like in your bubble. I didnt want to jinx it, but from teh begining I was wondering abotu India. I linked an article about the coffee and other crops not having workers in a few months when its time to work.. cause so many of the workers came from China. The effects are rippling out.. but we have such a disconnect that we dont see it in the US. Yet anyway.



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 03:57 AM
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Cant Keep up with this thread anymore so unsure if this has been posted

5 Briton nationals tested positive for coronavirus including 1 child in france

www.eagleradio.co.uk...[ editby]edit on 8-2-2020 by Pommer89 because: (no reason given)

edit on 8-2-2020 by Pommer89 because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:07 AM
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originally posted by: Pommer89
Cant Keep up with this thread anymore so unsure if this has been posted

5 Briton nationals tested positive for coronavirus including 1 child in france

www.eagleradio.co.uk...[ /quote]


That's new info as far as I know Pommer. Speaks to me that there are a massive number of cases in Singapore that haven't been announced yet. Both the Brighton case and these new ones being linked to different areas of Singapore.
Said they were there Jan 23rd and only just diagnosed now. Doesn't mention symptoms though.
edit on 2/8/2020 by checkmeout because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:11 AM
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a reply to: Pommer89

I wonder where in the UK they'll be moved too?

Rev



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:12 AM
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Re those new British cases in the ski resort in France. There is also reference to new cases in Majorca, Spain. Possibly from the same family. Very little information. Seems they've been tested because of contact with a Singaporean who tested positive. 9 individuals positive (mild symptoms I think) from one contact? And who have they been skiing with....
www.google.com...



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:12 AM
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Good morning everyone!

Here are this mornings figures from WuFlu.Live

Confirmed: 35008
Deaths: 726
Recovered: 2327

Rev



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:15 AM
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China was on the ropes a little with the ‘Hong Kong Spring’ nightly protests and riots. Funny how that story’s evaporated in the wake of this virus. On one hand the media’s now focused on the virus and on the other there’s probably zero protests, since everyone’s rightly frightened of catching it.

Could China have been dumb enough to initiate this virus as a ‘dead cat on the table’ to distract from the riots and at the same time give the Hong Kong protestors a reason to self impose a lockdown?

If so why would they not have the virus start in Hong Kong, instead of miles away in the mainland? Well, maybe they figured that they wouldn’t be able to control the spread of the virus in the international hub that’s Hong Kong; all they’d want is to create enough fear to shut Hong Kong down, rather than really create a pandemic. If that’s the case, then I’m not sure they succeeded in controlling the spread.

High speculation only.



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:16 AM
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originally posted by: KingDoey
a reply to: FinallyAwake

Where abouts on the South coast? i am in Bournemouth. Gradually getting more and more concerned!

I bought a load of bottled water the other day. Think i Will stock up a little bit this weekend just incase!

Cheers


We are neighbours my friend, I'll PM you



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:19 AM
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a reply to: FinallyAwake

Lived in b'mth myself up till recently now Salisbury sounds like a reason for a few someday



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:25 AM
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a reply to: Advantage

I also watch a Ganges cremation. Not that much wood, but not sure how long it took - didn’t stay to the very end.

The surprising part was how the body burns and crisps, looking ever more horrific, until all of a sudden the blackened skin begins to peel revealing flesh underneath that’s so white in comparison that it seems to glow. It doesn’t last long as this then blackens, but for the briefest time the body metamorphosis into an ‘angel’.



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:25 AM
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a reply to: revmoofoo

You not think they'll be quarantined in france



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:30 AM
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a reply to: johnb

Yeah man, you me and King Doe could be on the cards for a meet up 👍🏻🍻



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:30 AM
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originally posted by: Pommer89
a reply to: revmoofoo

You not think they'll be quarantined in france



No, I think that they'll probably be repatriated like the others.

Rev



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:30 AM
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originally posted by: ARM1968

originally posted by: Advantage

originally posted by: EnhancedInterrogator
a reply to: Dolby_X
Yeah that helps, thanks.

Just regarding one funeral parlor ...

From this we can see that the Hankou Funeral Parlour currently can burn up to 576 corpses per day, but due to transportation constraints, it currently burns about 225 corpses of new crown patients each day.







576 a day?? I call bull. Can you imagine a crematorium with 550-600 ovens??? Maybe theyre huge ovens and they just pile a bunch of bodies in.. but then again, with multiples it takes longer. Like a turkey at thanksgiving. You have to go by poundage and heat.. and then how many hours you have to cook the turkey. Even if they pile a few in at a time... youd have to adjust the time and heat.. and circulate ( move the half burnt ones around) to make sure they are incinerated. It takes a LOT more to incinerate a body than you think... much less 576 a day. No wonder they have toxic air..


I believe, and could be wrong, that Auschwitz had 48 ovens and could ‘process’ 4400 bodies a day there. A proper death factory in one of the most unforgivable episodes of human evil.


My immediate thought when posters here were discussing the 'smoke' over Wuhan was mass cremations.
I am just sitting on the sidelines watching
Rainbows
Jane



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:34 AM
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With regards to new French cases (British group, 4 adults 1 child I believe). I have been told 1 had visited Singapore. My better half tells me that you don't fly to the Alps, I've never thought about it, but makes sense! Point being they have been moving about to get there (shedding). I'd say this counts as local transmission.

Without total lockdown of international travel, I believe this was inevitable. Those in charge probably had a presentation, measuring loss in lives against loss on the markets, the markets were more important. The world could still have functioned. Differently yes. Even limited travel. Travel means quarantine and masses of tests, but still possible, if very expensive. Supply chains still possible, disinfecting both ends. Ride it out. But no, the choice was made to let this happen. With their hoarded supplies bought with our money before we had a chance to prepare ourselves, those same psychopaths probably plan to be in charge of the rebuild once they come out of hiding.
edit on 8-2-2020 by Oppenheimer67 because: typo



posted on Feb, 8 2020 @ 04:39 AM
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All pretty much the same. Down south and basically all over the poverty is still immense. People literally living under scraps of plastic, palm leaves and bits of tin. Hygiene is none existent. It would go horribly wrong horribly quickly.



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