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    • By admin
      https://www.zerohedge.com/health/perpetual-crisis-now-who-telling-us-covid-19-may-never-go-away
      The truth is that this pandemic could still potentially be in the early chapters.  The Spanish Flu pandemic lasted for three full years, and we could possibly be facing a similar scenario.
      And this week WHO official Mike Ryan warned that this virus could even become “endemic”, and if that happens it “may never go away”…
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    • By TheWorldNewsOrg
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      Hello guest! Please register or sign in (it's free) to view the hidden content. “This has been on people’s radar for quite a while,” he said. “Somebody on a different floor sneezes …The particle can stay airborne long enough to go all the way through the system and then pop out in somebody else’s office.”

    • By Health and Medicine
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    • By Michael Krewson
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    • By admin
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    • By Isabella
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    • By Health and Medicine
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    • By Health and Medicine
      I thought this was pretty interesting, as I was unaware of how common pneumonia really is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epidemiology_of_pneumonia#United_States
      Given that there are about 1.86M emergency room encounters with pneumonia per year, consider that everyday over 5000 patients show up with pneumonia in US ERs.
      Goes to show how difficult it must be to separate signal from noise when it comes to early detection of COVID19 cases in the absence of mass testing!
      Further, I was unaware of how deadly regular non-COVID19 pneumonia already is, with 5%-10% of all hospitalized patients dying: https://www.medicinenet.com/pneumonia_facts/article.htm

    • By Isabella
      The first suspected case of the novel coronavirus has been registered in Honduras on Wednesday, Trend reports citing Sputnik.
      According to the Heraldo portal, a 48-year-old female tourist landed at Toncontin Airport. She flew from Los Angeles with a transfer in Honduras. She reportedly was recently on vacation in Taiwan.
      The woman showed symptoms such as cough, runny nose, and sneezing, so the tourist was sent to a specialized hospital in the capital of Honduras, Tegucigalpa, where she is now under surveillance.
      According to a deputy health minister, if the test results after 48 hours confirm the disease, the woman will be isolated.
      Read more: https://en.trend.az/world/other/3194019.html
    • By Health and Medicine
      Guangzhou now under quarantine, 7 February
      http://m.xinhuanet.com/gd/2020-02/07/c_1125542462.htm
      Translation, per Google translate:
      At noon on February 7, the Guangzhou City Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention Command for New Coronavirus Infection issued the No. 3 Circular on Further Strengthening Community and Rural Epidemic Prevention and Control, which requires the concentration of culture and entertainment in the village living room. Places are always closed. All residential communities (villages) in the city are closed. Strengthen the management of people (vehicles) access, and restrict non-owners (villages) owners, residents or users and vehicles from entering the property management area. All entrances and exits shall be provided with prevention and control card points, and resident personnel shall enter and exit with their credentials and perform temperature monitoring.
      The notice also requires that enterprises, institutions, rental house owners or other house lessors must implement their prevention and control responsibilities. Enterprises, institutions, and owners of rental housing are responsible for the management of related personnel, and the management of rental housing is directly responsible.
      全文 The full text of the announcement is as follows:
      Guangzhou City Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters on Further Strengthening Communities and Rural Areas
      的 Notice of prevention and control of epidemic situation (No. 3)
      In order to do a good job in epidemic prevention and control, to effectively protect the lives and health of the people, and to safeguard public interests, in accordance with laws and regulations such as the Law of the People's Republic of China on Infectious Disease Prevention and Control and the Law of the People's Republic of China on Emergency Response, in accordance with Guangdong Province The first-level response requirements for major public health emergencies are hereby notified as follows:
      First, citizens must protect themselves. Citizens should wash their hands frequently, go out less, do not walk in, do not get together, do not gather meals, wear masks in and out of public places. All gathering places such as culture and entertainment in the village are closed.
      Ii. All residential communities (villages) shall be closed. Strengthen the management of personnel (vehicles) access, and restrict non-owner (village) owners, residents or users and vehicles from entering the property management area (including but not limited to people such as courier, takeaway and their vehicles). Items delivered by courier companies, takeaways, etc. should be sent to a designated area for centralized storage and management, and collected by customers themselves. All entrances and exits should be equipped with prevention and control card points. Residents must enter and exit and conduct body temperature monitoring. Those whose body temperature exceeds 37.3 degrees Celsius are required to actively cooperate with medical observation and other related disposals in accordance with work guidelines, and promptly report to the residents (village) committee Will report.
      33. Arrivals must report on the same day. Foreigners and residents of this city will report to the unit and the village (village) committee in a timely manner through the “Sui Kang” WeChat mini-program on the day of their arrival on the same day. Investigate responsibilities according to law.
      24. Personnel who are still stranded in key epidemic areas shall not return to the province until the first-level response to a major public health emergency in the province is cancelled. Public officials (party and government agencies, institutions, and state-owned enterprise staff) who return to Guangzhou in advance shall be held accountable by the disciplinary inspection and supervisory organs at the same level; foreign visitors from Guangzhou have a history of staying in key epidemic areas. Eligibility for points-based household registration and eligibility for points-based public rental housing.
       
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      China reacted too slowly to epidemic (NY Times) 15:40 Wuhan rounds up infected (NY Times) 17:07 2019-nCoV asymptomatic transmission report flawed (Science) 31:00, 34:13 Mucus reduces effectiveness of alcohol gels (mSphere) 48:35 SARS-CoV in feces (NEJM, Gastroenterology) 1:03:30 Inadequate plumbing and spread of SARS-CoV (WHO) 1:04:26 Persistence of virus on surfaces (one, two, three, four) 1:09:24 Letters read on TWiV 586 34:10, 35:21, 1:06:21
    • By Isabella
      Mainland China: 1,380 deaths among 63,851 cases, mostly in the central province of Hubei.
      — Hong Kong: 56 cases, 1 death
      — Macao: 10
      — Japan: 259, including 218 from a cruise ship docked in Yokohama, 1 death
      — Singapore: 67
      — Thailand: 33
      — South Korea: 28
      — Malaysia: 19
      — Taiwan: 18
      — Vietnam: 16
      — Germany: 16
      — United States: 15. Separately, one U.S. citizen died in China
      — Australia: 14
      — France: 11
      — United Kingdom: 9
      — United Arab Emirates: 8
      — Canada: 7
      — Philippines: 3 cases, including 1 death
      — India: 3
      — Italy: 3
      — Russia: 2
      — Spain: 2
      — Belgium: 1
      — Nepal: 1
      — Sri Lanka: 1
      — Sweden: 1
      — Cambodia: 1
      — Finland: 1
      https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/nation-world/story/2020-02-13/new-virus-has-infected-more-than-64-000-people-globally




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