posted on Jan, 31 2020 @ 04:47 PM
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
Spain's first case of coronavirus is someone who had contact with one of the cases in Germany.
Confirmed cases now in 23 countries.
What in the hell type of conference was that? That's like the 8th person from the meeting to be reported positive for the virus.
Actually the Chinese lady only had contact with two people. She wasn't symptomatic at the time, so no one knew there were any problems. She fell ill
on the plane home and got tested right after getting off and found out she had it. The two German workers were contacted as part of the back tracing
done by the company.
However, in the meantime, one of them had become mildly ill for a couple days and stayed home thinking it was regular seasonal flu. He had since
returned to work. The other came down with a similar mild illness not long after.
Two of the other people who become infected only ever had contact with the Germans at the meeting.
The interesting/scary thing the whole chain showed was that the virus had a short incubation of maybe two or three days. The Chinese lady was shedding
prior to showing symptoms. At least one of the two Germans infected at the meeting also was shedding before showing symptoms. And, the first guy to
get it and then recover and head back to work? He was *still shedding* after having recovered!
This has since spread to the sons of one of the two Germans and now apparently someone from Spain.
So on the bright side, none of these subsequent infections have been serious. On the downside, the people involved were shedding before and after
having symptoms of actual illness.
All of this was explained/drawn out in timeline fashion in a video I posted this morning. If you want to see it, and to make sure I didn't get it
wrong, scroll back through and watch it.
edit on 31-1-2020 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)