Saturday 25 January 2020

Coronavirus Update: Simulation it could kill 65 million people: Arrives in Europe: Virus escaped lab in Wuhan? More than 150,000 unaware they are sick as the incubation period is 5-to-10 days.

  • A "conservative guess" is more than 150,000 are yet unaware they are sick as the incubation period is 5-to-10 days.
  • The Coronavirus has arrived in Europe with 8 suspected cases in France
  • Health experts issued an ominous warning about a coronavirus pandemic 3 months ago. Their simulation showed it could kill 65 million people.
  • Almost 50 million people in lockdown
  • US biosafety experts warned in 2017 that the "virus" could 'escape' the facility WUHAN
China built a lab to study SARS and Ebola in Wuhan - and US biosafety experts warned in 2017 that a virus could 'escape' the facility that's become key in fighting the outbreak. The Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory is the only lab in China designated for studying dangerous pathogens like SARS and Ebola Ahead of its January 2018 opening, biosafety experts and scientists from the US expressed concerns that a virus could escape the lab In 2004, a SARS virus 'leaked' from a lab in Beijing  Daily Mirror

BEIJING - Chinese health authorities announced Saturday that 1,287 confirmed cases of pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), including 237 in critical conditions, had been reported in the country by the end of Friday.
On Friday alone, 444 new confirmed cases and 1,118 new suspected cases were reported while 16 people died of the disease
The Coronavirus has claimed 41 deaths, including 39 in central China's Hubei province, one in north China's Hebei province and one in northeast China's Heilongjiang province, according to the National Health Commission (NHC).
A total of 1,965 suspected cases had also been reported. Thirty-eight people who recovered had been discharged from hospitals.
During the 24 hours of Friday, 444 new confirmed cases and 1,118 new suspected cases were reported while 16 people died of the disease.
The outbreak spread to Qinghai province, bringing the number of affected provincial-level regions to 30, according to the commission.
A total of 15,197 people who came in close contacts have been traced, the commission said, adding that among them, 13,967 are under medical observation while 1,230 others have been discharged.
A medical worker in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, reportedly died of the novel coronavirus on Saturday morning, the first fatality among health workers since the pneumonia-like illness first surfaced in late December, online news website reported. China Daily

A scientist at Johns Hopkins last year modelled what would happen if a deadly coronavirus reached a pandemic scale. His simulated scenario predicted that 65 million people could die within 18 months. Yahoo
China’s lockdown of Wuhan and its surrounding areas to contain the coronavirus represents the first large-scale quarantine in modern times. The effectiveness of attempting to cordon off the epicentre of the disease -- an area of roughly 40 million people -- will probably be scrutinized far into the future. “The containment of a city hasn’t been done in the history of international public health policy,” said Shigeru Omi, who headed the World Health Organization’s Western Pacific Region during the SARS outbreak in the early 2000s. “It’s a balance between respecting freedom of movement of people, and also the prevention of further disease and public interest. It’s not a simple sort of thing; it’s very complex.” MSN

CDC confirms second US case of coronavirus and is monitoring dozens of other potential cases cnbc

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Hawkeye said...

This one certainly appears to possibly be "the one" that will dramatically put in motion Biblical prophecies and noticeably change society through the continued descent of our world. Use caution in public. U.S. confirms 2 cases, where? West coast area? Raw garlic is a powerful anti viral food.
This is no accident. Thanks for posting this new "escaped" info Gary!

Gary Walton said...

Thanks, it's Chicago and Texas I believe

Anonymous said...

The first was in Seattle and the second was Illinois..I thought the Texas one wasn't yet confirmed