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::sigh:: We already know. Covid-19. A leak from experiments in the Wuhan facility. It's been perfectly clear from the very start. They had lax procedures and ended up killing 4 million people. What are we going to do about it?
An outbreak of a novel coronavirus was initially identified during mid-December 2019 in the city of Wuhan in central China, as an emerging cluster of people with pneumonia with no clear cause. The outbreak was linked primarily to stallholders who worked at the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, which also sold live animals. Chinese scientists isolated a new strain of coronavirus – given the initial designation of 2019-nCoV – which has been found to be at least 70 percent similar in genome sequence to SARS-CoV. With the development of a specific diagnostic PCR test for detecting the infection, a number of cases were confirmed in people directly linked to the market and in those who were not directly associated with it. Whether this virus is of the same severity or lethality as SARS is unclear The World Health Organization (WHO) acknowledged that the respiratory illness is an emergency in China, but said it is too early to declare it a global one. - Thursday, January 23, 2020 (Evidently they were waiting to see "person to person spread outside of mainland China" before calling it "global") Nyka Alexander explains in this video - Then they finally call it a Worldwide Emergency a week later but that no travel should be inhibited. Virus Expert On The Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak: 'We Must Treat It Extremely Seriously' | TIME Video Video of a Chinese medical doctor in the city of Wuhan in tears announcing that there are too many cases of sick people Stillshot photo of a hospital waiting room with dead bodies on the floor causing many to question the official current # of fatalities seen above Doctor comments on the never before seen virality of this virus - It appears to double in size every 2 days (based on suspected low Chinese #'s) Age distribution of fatal cases in China Comparison w/ the Spanish Influenza of 1918 which killed 50,000,000 people Could this be a bioweapon that got loose? People queueing outside a Wuhan drug store to buy face masks and medical supplies This is a patient who had a high fever in the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital (Wuhan Eleventh Hospital) a few days ago, convulsing! VIDEO: Entire family with Coronavirus is escorted to an ambulance In general, coronaviruses spread like the flu: Through the air by coughing or sneezing. Through close personal contact, such as touching a person or shaking hands. By touching a contaminated surface then touching your mouth, nose or eyes. The same precautions you’d take for the flu generally apply to coronaviruses: Wash your hands well and often. Cough or sneeze into your sleeve — not into your hands. Keep your distance from sick people. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is studying the new virus and may be making specific recommendations if needed. Carole Mathews and Mike Cotey of Employment Security’s Safety Program are monitoring news and will pass on any new information. The electron micrograph (100 nm) of the first virus strain collected in Wuhan, China Debunking some medical rumors