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The 37 day to 42 day asymptomatic time zone to major corona virus crises on the brink

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posted on Apr, 18 2020 @ 11:04 PM
I've been mentioning the the 37 to 42 known days of people being asymptomatic, which can be found in Threads 3 or 4 I believe about the Chinese stating it and was on Japanese TV.
The point I want to make about this point is the " time zone that occurs with the major calendar events around the world.

1. The Milan , Italy football event (sorry I don't have the date on it ) but how many days later did Northern Italy get hit with the virus

2. This is Japan, my point of the 37 to 42 days then an explosion of infections.
What I'm stating here is the silent time zone for viewing the cherry blossoms and how it effects the cases of infections.

3. Now this is for New York. Just keep in mind, before the virus hit, how many people were treated for the flu? I don't know, but it would be interesting to find that out and why after the 42 days which I mention suddenly the virus appears .

1. Winter Markets Are Still Open – Visit the Winter Market in Bryant Park
2. Until mid of January: Radio City Christmas Spectacular
3. Three Kings Day Parade (January 6, 2021)
4. Until January 17: Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Plaza (free)
5. Until January 26th: Holiday Train Show at NYBG
6. Chinese New Year on January 25th
7. Sunday, January 12th “No Pants Subway Ride”
8. Winter Jazz Fest (January 8th – 17, 2020)
9. Hello Panda Festival (until January 26th)
10. The night at the Museum
11. Take a Walk in the Wintry Central Park (free)
12. NYC Restaurant Week (January 21st – February 9th, 2021)
1. February 2nd: Experience The Super Bowl Hype
2. NYFW – New York Fashion Week FW20 (February 6th – February 13th)
4. Winter Jam in Central Park (February 1st – Free)
5. February 14: Valentine’s Day in New York City
1. March 11: Opening of the Edge Observation Deck
2. March 17: NYC Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
4. March 8: International Women’s Day
5. CANCELED: March 15: United Airlines NYC Half Marathon
6. I believe all other major events in New York city have been canceled

Now the Marti Gras in New Orleans
Seems like it started on Jan.6th and ended March 1st.
What happened within the 37 to 42 time frame. Are you all seeing the picture I'm trying to point out.

So now Florida is planning to open up some beaches. Well... look and keep track of the time zones again.


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posted on Apr, 18 2020 @ 11:27 PM
Funny (“strange”, not humorous), but doesn’t it seem like this push to end the shelter orders as soon as possible comes straight from just about every science fiction thriller in the cliche category of “things an official/authority does to make the crisis a disaster”?

In teen slasher horror films it’s the moment the sexy girl decides that walking alone into the dark forest/creepy basement/taking a hot bath, is a “great idea now that a bloody corpse has been discovered”.

Darwin is taking a fatal facepalm!
edit on 18-4-2020 by Bhadhidar because: (no reason given)

posted on Apr, 18 2020 @ 11:43 PM
There is no doubt that this virus is highly contageous, and most people around this neck of the woods have had some cold like or flu like symptoms since January. There were lots of kids sick around here before they started to shut things down, sort of like the flu but not the flu virus they test for. Some other type of virus is what they were told. I would guess that a lot of people around here have had that virus, but most got a minor version. Not that many deaths in the UP yet, but there are some.

posted on Apr, 19 2020 @ 03:00 AM

originally posted by: musicismagic



But the President and his team of advisors are ignorant to the information you have so it couldn't be that. Same with suicide; by definition it's on purpose. I can't think of the word to use in that context.

That is all.

posted on Apr, 19 2020 @ 04:17 AM
a reply to: rickymouse

and most people around this neck of the woods have had some cold like or flu like symptoms since January.

Gee , imagine that right smack in the cold and flu season....


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