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Lockdown - Xi'an capital city of Northwest China's Shaanxi Province - Covid & Hemorrhagic Fever

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posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 12:59 AM
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Great.

Thought Covid was bad, now there is community transmission of freeking hemorrhagic fever. Interesting that all domestic flights and trains are halted but they are letting international flights go?

Insanity.

www.eurasiareview.com...

www.globalsecurity.org...

www.wionews.com...



Authorities in the northern Chinese city of Xi’an have placed the city of 13 million under lockdown, amid a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases and fears over a recent outbreak of epidemic hemorrhagic fever, local residents told RFA.

Xi’an is now faced with a double epidemic,” she said. “Everyone in China is paying attention to Xi’an right now,” she said.

The Chinese daily said the hemorrhagic fever "shared similarity in early stage symptoms with COVID-19". The report said there were also cases imported from abroad coming in from international flights.

And for Xi'an, Chinese analysts said that the city faced the dual challenge of cluster COVID-19 infections and the spread of hemorrhagic fever, an acute infectious disease characterized by fever, bleeding and renal damage, which can lead to death.

Health experts said that the early stage symptoms of hemorrhagic fever also include fever and coughing, similar to COVID-19, which could put pressure on early diagnosis or testing.

There have been three transmission chains - "work, family and community"- just over 10 days since the first local case was found in Xi'an. However, we have not figured out the links between different transmission chains, Lu said.

Chinese authorities have put 13 million people in Xi'an on lockdown while applying strict COVID-19 rules. All domestic flights have been cancelled with just three international flights allowed. Train travel to destinations across China has also been suspended.

Starting Thursday, the 13 million residents in Xi'an were required to stay indoors. Only one family member of each household is allowed to leave the house to purchase daily necessities every two days. Other than special needs such as sickness or participating in anti-epidemic work, people are not encouraged to go outside.

The Xi'an Xianyang International Airport cancelled all domestic flights on Thursday. Chinese flight tracking platform Feichangzhun showed that 765 flights scheduled on Thursday were cancelled. Only three international flights at the airport remained as of press time. Trains to multiple cities were also suspended.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:08 AM
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a reply to: infolurker
My question is what was the destination of those three outbound flights. Any air traffic enthusiastsreading?


I am luckily on the Eastern side of Washington State. the first case in Washington state was tracked to a man who came off of flight from China.

So when covid hit Washington State and hit the Seattle area hard, it mutated before I got here IMHO, because we didn't see the losses that the western side did.

If this is airborne, there's no way it's coincidence.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:22 AM
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a reply to: infolurker

If we look at Covid from a conspiracy standpoint, I always believed all these “waves” were just tests to see how society would react. Who would resist, who would obey. How much people would stock up, how work would shut down or resume.

We are living in the biggest social experiment of our lives. I’ve always feared something much much worse than Covid is on the horizon.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:23 AM
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a reply to: infolurker

I don't have anything good say.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:25 AM
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hemorrhagic fever and spreading rapidly are not words you want to hear in the same sentence

This means it's not being transmitted from just body fluids like normal hemorrhagic fevers

What In the # has china done ...
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posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:28 AM
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No Olympics then



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:30 AM
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originally posted by: JAGStorm
a reply to: infolurker

If we look at Covid from a conspiracy standpoint, I always believed all these “waves” were just tests to see how society would react. Who would resist, who would obey. How much people would stock up, how work would shut down or resume.

We are living in the biggest social experiment of our lives. I’ve always feared something much much worse than Covid is on the horizon.



I don't think you're wrong.
If the people making the rules to combat this "Virus" Believed it was dangerous enough to make these rules... They'd be following them too.... But they quite clearly aren't/don't

This is a training exercise.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:36 AM
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I wonder what they will use this time to cover-up the Plague Outbreak China is having. Two years ago, they used the SARS Corona T-2 to cover up the deaths from Plague, and last time they just kept people out of the cities affected, but now with the Olympics looming, I wonder what China will do this time.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:39 AM
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Something seems fishy about this, possible fear propaganda?

I heard no specifics about the hemorrhagic fever and buried deep in the article we stated the symptoms they shared was a slight cough and a fever.

when normal people think of really covid symptoms they think about runny nose, cough, chest congestion and fever.

They don't mention how the hemorrhagic fever was spread, or where it came from. Just about it being a Delta outbreak.

Curious indeed. My fingers are crossed.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 01:51 AM
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Odd they would even bother to mention it

weekly.chinacdc.cn...

Theres a couple other web pages on it mostly translated Chinese tho

There basically blaming rats ... witch I find kinda suspicious



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 02:02 AM
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Well rats do spread Plague, so yep. I'm sure China will say it's something else though. They are so afraid to say that the Plague is spreading in China. Imagine if they did, the rest of the world might help them bring an end to this epidemic, but with China changing the narrative each time the outbreak happens, no one will be prepared for the Plague when it starts to jump the boarder.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 02:27 AM
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Maybe this is caused by the injections?

About time the sheeple collaborators start to perish.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 02:28 AM
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a reply to: infolurker

If the world puts a lockdown on China there goes the supply chain.

Would countries be able to restart manufacturing locally?

Would also very likely be a precursor to war as the Chinese economy will most certainly collapse.

It seems that the answer to every dirty little disease spreading worldwide is not, in fact, globalism but rather a return to nation states that place a heavy emphasis on border security.


Everything the woke touches turns to #.
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posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 02:32 AM
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posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 02:35 AM
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It certainly could be true, some of it looks eerily similar to those early stories of COVID. Im always hesitant with news from China, especially sources from India even Chinese sources need to be vetted. That said here's a link to Wion News which seems fairly reputable. I could easily see a population weakened by COVID being more susceptible due to stressed immune systems. This certainly bares watching....

www.wionews.com...

no mention of hemorrhagic fever in this link from 20 hours ago below
www.wionews.com...

timesofindia.indiatimes.com...

As I write this China is going through an upheaval that is being noticed world over, in spite of the wall of silence that it tries to build around its dismal outlook. It has had to close down one of its major cities -Xian, that is famous for the Terracotta Warriors. Thirteen million people are locked up at home due to a surge of Covid infections along with a more deadly hemorrhagic fever, and only one person from any household is allowed to go out to buy groceries every second day. Hemorrhagic fever is also a viral infection and is deadlier than Covid. Ebola and Marburg are the deadliest strains but we will never know the type that China is dealing with.


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posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 03:07 AM
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cnbc did a piece dec 22nd.

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Xi’an city’s confirmed coronavirus case count is far lower than what other cities have reported overseas. But the city has also reported an unspecified number of hemorrhagic fever cases, a high mortality disease transmitted by rodents. Local authorities have noted the disease appears seasonally, typically from October to January, and from April to June.




The city also attracts many tourists for its Terracotta Warriors — an army of clay sculptures from ancient times. Located in central China well over 800 miles from the east coast metropolis of Shanghai, Xi’an is one of the last major urban areas before the poorer regions of the west.

The local spread of the coronavirus cases mean that as of Wednesday, Xi’an city had one high-risk district, and 40 medium-risk districts. These risk designations affect the kind of virus control measures used, especially for determining whether a traveler is allowed into another city.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 03:28 AM
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The Chinese city of Xian reported its seventh straight day of more than 150 Covid-19 cases as the local leadership urged officials to make every effort to contain the disease.
A total of 174 of the 175 nationwide local cases were reported in Xian as 2021 came to an end, according to the Shaanxi provincial health commission.

This is more likely the case.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 03:35 AM
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originally posted by: Skyman65
a reply to: infolurker
Something seems fishy about this, possible fear propaganda?

I heard no specifics about the hemorrhagic fever and buried deep in the article we stated the symptoms they shared was a slight cough and a fever.

when normal people think of really covid symptoms they think about runny nose, cough, chest congestion and fever.

They don't mention how the hemorrhagic fever was spread, or where it came from. Just about it being a Delta outbreak.

Curious indeed. My fingers are crossed.

Rodents. From the 1st linked article:

“Hemorrhagic fever is a common infectious disease in northern China,” the paper said. “Starting from October every year, some areas of Shaanxi [of which Xi’an is the provincial capital] enter the high incidence season of hemorrhagic fever.”

The disease, also known as epidemic hemorrhagic fever, is caused by hantavirus, with rodents as the main source of infection, it said.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 05:40 AM
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There are some quite notable people who have looked at the great plagues and concluded, due to rapidity of spread and location, that it was not bubonic plague, but something far closer to airborne Ebola - i.e, a H Fever.

IF this is true and IF it gets out and IF the vaccinated have severely compromised immune systems, well, carnage doesn’t quite cover it. We will ALL be well and truly in the firing line.

Anyway, happy 2022 everyone.



posted on Jan, 2 2022 @ 05:40 AM
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Much more likely, after further reading, that this is a known local issue.

Covid-19 does love a good mutation though.

Probably nothing to worry about in reality.
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