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Corona Virus Updates Part 2

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posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:10 AM
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originally posted by: Adphil28
a reply to: TickettyBoo

NHS haven’t done anything like that in a long time, and generally don’t “over react” I’m thinking that like china at the start people thought they were over reacting but as said before “actions speak louder than words”


I think that's why I'm so wound up over this ..... the reactions of people who really do know more than us




posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:10 AM
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www.foxnews.com...
RIP!
Seems all to coincidental much like the official that “jumped out the window” tbh
Doesn’t seem very believable that either didn’t meet with some outside interference ( but I’m only speculating on that)
And who believes we had 3 plane crashes and a train wreck in a week from apparently no major causes?, linked? I don’t know but seems a lot going on atm imo



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:11 AM
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So I found this article while I was surfing. It talks about how Tennessee is being battered by storms and that got me thinking...could storms like this help spread the so called WuFlu by causing a secondary disaster alongside it?

Just a thought...

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Rev



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:13 AM
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a reply to: jhn7537

He had the virus. He was interviewed by CNN the other day and he was having trouble breathing. I didn't think he would make it and I think he knew he wasn't going to make it. You can view his interview on YouTube. Just google "whistleblower doctor coronavirus" and it will pop up



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:13 AM
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originally posted by: jhn7537
Doctor who sounded alarm on coronavirus died

Can someone help me out here, as i cant sift through 93 pages... but did this guy die in a mysterious way or did he just get the virus & die? Something feels off here.. 34 years old? I thought this was affecting old people and children... not healthy adults?


I know one of the first docs to be on the front lines did die of the virus.

Understand, if this is a novel strain, our immune systems have not seen it before, and they will react very, very strongly. In some cases, that reaction will kill us, not the virus itself. That can happen in those who are young and healthy with strong immune systems whom you would otherwise expect to survive just fine.

The other thing to consider is that when you have a medical staff who are overwhelmed and horribly overworked like these are, they will be weakened too. Their natural immunities will be low. It will be easier for them to get ill, and they won't be as healthy or ready to fight off infection when/if it does happen.

I mean really, we're talking about medical staff that is so tired they're collapsing in the hallways.



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:13 AM
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a reply to: jhn7537

He had the virus. He even posted a couple of videos from isolation room.

It is truly sad.



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:13 AM
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a reply to: TickettyBoo

Isn’t any point getting wound up or stressed about it, by the time we all know it will be to late, best you can do is stay calm, wash hands like you’ve ocd, Ovid planes (if possible) and don’t be going to big crowded public events for a months or so if it all blows over

Stay chilled and drink beer (or wine)



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:15 AM
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a reply to: ketsuko

Do you think he was medically treated as best possible or not?, given he was made to sign a confession ( sorry “apology”)?



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:15 AM
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Update about the possible case at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.

The student is in isolation, and being treated. The CDC has done a test, but the results will not be in for a full week. County health department is putting the risk at "low".

If I went there to school, you can bet I would not be in class until this student gets the all clear. They should close the school till then.

What is up with the test taking a week? I don't buy it. Stalling tactic so people forget about it, and not cause panic.



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:16 AM
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originally posted by: revmoofoo
So I found this article while I was surfing. It talks about how Tennessee is being battered by storms and that got me thinking...could storms like this help spread the so called WuFlu by causing a secondary disaster alongside it?

Just a thought...

LINK

Rev



IF tennis guy is on the up and up.... humidity slows the spread so rain might be a good thing. I doubt that's something we'd ever be able to figure out though.



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:17 AM
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originally posted by: Adphil28
a reply to: TickettyBoo

Isn’t any point getting wound up or stressed about it, by the time we all know it will be to late, best you can do is stay calm, wash hands like you’ve ocd, Ovid planes (if possible) and don’t be going to big crowded public events for a months or so if it all blows over

Stay chilled and drink beer (or wine)


Well, a great suggestion. Though, how about some beer and wine. And... I'll leave it at that!



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:18 AM
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Updates but not great

wuflu.live...




posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:19 AM
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a reply to: Adphil28

At this point, I'm not sure there are very many people at all in China getting the best possible care. I think they are simply overwhelmed and their resources are stretched to the limit or beyond.

China is mostly a centrally planned economy and has some of the same supply issues that the USSR had.



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:19 AM
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a reply to: asdfas

What about coughing on them?



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:20 AM
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Britain’s third coronavirus case flew in to UK from OUTSIDE China: Patient was diagnosed in Brighton before being whisked off to quarantine in London hospital




Britain's third coronavirus patient flew into the country from outside China, it was revealed today - sparking fears the outbreak is much more widespread than previously thought. Public Health England said the patient had not visited the mainland and instead caught the highly contagious virus 'elsewhere in Asia' before arriving back to the UK sometime last week. They went to A&E at the Royal Sussex in Brighton on Sunday night after suffering flu-like symptoms, where they were tested for the killer disease and kept in for monitoring. When results came back positive this morning they were whisked off to be quarantined for at least two weeks in a specialist infectious diseases unit at a London hospital.


www.dailymail.co.uk...

Looks like this virus is infecting masny people in different areas and some who never went to China. This guy has it, he travelled through Asia but not china! He arrived back sometime last week so who knows where he's been in that wek or which airport he came in at??



The latest case raises fears the virus is now circulating in higher numbers than previously thought outside of the mainland. NHS bosses are expected to warn GPs to be on red alert for patients with symptoms from other Asian nations later today. It comes amid a furious backlash at the Government's 'passive' response to the outbreak, after 16 countries including the US and Australia banned anyone from entering if they had been in China in the past two weeks. Scores of travellers from the disease-stricken country have been pouring into Britain every day without being properly tested for the infection, prompting calls for a similar blanket ban.


Also Dr jaemin has accumulated some stats and what he believes is possible come the end of Feb:



Dr Brian Jarman, an retired professor from Imperial College London, has used statistics to predict how the outbreak could progress over the next three weeks. He worked out how many new cases are being diagnosed each day and the rate at which this is increasing, then applied it as a formula to the next 22 days. Dr Jarman found that there could be 31,810 cases and 636 deaths by the end of today, February 6. By February 13, this could rise to 67,409 cases and 1,304 deaths. By February 20, 116,444 cases and 2,214 deaths and, by February 29, 199,230 cases and 3,741 deaths. The calculations assume that the outbreak will continue to escalate at its current rate. He said predicting any further ahead in the same way would be inaccurate because the virus should soon start to slow down naturally.


Here in the UK, it looks like York has become a hotbed as another case yesterday cropped up and that's 3 in York alone.



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:20 AM
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a reply to: MrRCflying

A week to get back test results is strange, the cruise ship that landed in Italy where the patient was declared negative in a few hours and the ship shoved back out to sea seems way to fast if that’s the case



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:20 AM
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Found some firsthand info on the lockdowns


status for Shanghai 6/2: - No restrictions on leaving the community - No restrictions on leaving the city (mobile registration for entering)



 The situation in Hangzhou. Currently two districts are on lockdown. We were given 3 tickets. One ticket is good for Feb 5-6, another for 7-8, and the last 9-10. One person may use the ticket to exit the residence. Non-essential businesses are closed in the affected districts. Schools in all of the city are closed until at least March

The districts that are closed do not have a large number of cases but are the most densely populated. These seem to be preventative measures rather than containment




Shenzhen, no restrictions but each district and home complex as well as any shopping mall and public office take your details and test your fever (some only the latter). Overall quite good, they literally drop disinfectants in the street every 20 mins



Beijing. Encouraged to stay home. Most shops closed besides groceries. Temperatures taken and no food deliveries inside of compounds.



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:21 AM
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a reply to: MrRCflying

So long as they observe proper cleaning/disinfection measures, trace his contacts and have him isolated, then the risk would be low.

Remember, you need close contact to spread it. Just because he's possibly positive doesn't automatically make the entire campus a plague zone. There will obviously be many places this one person never, ever went.



posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:21 AM
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Doctor is not dead ?

« Coronavirus: Hospital denies that Li Wenliang, doctor who alerted authorities to the outbreak, has died »

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posted on Feb, 6 2020 @ 11:22 AM
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Kinda thinking that applies to all countries tbh, seen folks here saying cdc (USA) is taking a week to get results back, s# I’d be dead by then



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