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Hospital Beds and a Bioweapon
#71
Now 13 cases in America. One that had tested negative prior is now positive.

https://abcnews.go.com/International/23-...d=68879743
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#72
The other day I was ready to declare doom off for the coronavirus. The reported death toll is still lower than the seasonal flu but yesterday we saw someone who tested negative start showing symptoms. If this was going to be a global pandemic, shouldn't we have seen a spike in other countries by now?

Here is a doom article, I do not take it as 100% fact because the Guardian tends to sensationalize like most news outlets.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/f...population
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#73
It's too soon to say. The official death toll is useless. If hundreds of people anywhere are infected and no one dies, that still won't tell us how many of those who aren't getting medical treatment will die.
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(02-11-2020, 12:57 PM)Rick Farias Wrote: It's too soon to say. The official death toll is useless. If hundreds of people anywhere are infected and no one dies, that still won't tell us how many of  those who aren't getting medical treatment will die.

I am questioning if two week incubation period is correct. Some experts say it is airborne, others say no. Plus does it live on surfaces or not. It has been over a month and there should be more defined traits of this virus or is it mutating into a milder form?
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#75
It's a numbers game. The flu infects millions of Americans a year. Most of those who catch it don't go to the hospital. The flu kills less than one percent of those infected.
This virus is much more infectious than the flu, which I would expect from a bioweapon. Everyone diagnosed with it here is going to the hospital until our million hospital beds fill up with new infections continuing to spread.
Doctors are saying it survives on surfaces and in the air for days. In Hong Kong they believe viruses in the air system of a high rise apartment building infected people 10 floors above an infected person's apartment.
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https://mobile.twitter.com/yangzhanqing/...9983665153


3 dead kids get put into one body bag.  Very sad...
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” ― Edmund Burke.
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(02-11-2020, 01:08 PM)Lily Wrote:
(02-11-2020, 12:57 PM)Rick Farias Wrote: It's too soon to say. The official death toll is useless. If hundreds of people anywhere are infected and no one dies, that still won't tell us how many of  those who aren't getting medical treatment will die.

I am questioning if two week incubation period is correct. Some experts say it is airborne, others say no. Plus does it live on surfaces or not. It has been over a month and there should be more defined traits of this virus or is it mutating into a milder form?

Everything is pretty hush-hush on this one, but it is a RNA virus, so it is *likely* mutating rapidly. This crazy mutation rate is generally deleterious to the RNA virus, because the action of natural selection on the mutations is to purge them from the population. Any such virus has the potential to flame out quickly and suddenly because of that process (as SARS and MERS did).

UNLESS....it has been messed with -turned into a "chimera" virus- which in this case I strongly suspect it has been, and is dependent upon artificially introduced enhancers residing in the hosts (most easily and widely delivered via vaccination). In this case it will still flame out as it mutates beyond compatibility with the "enhancers", but could prove more deadly in the short term. Just a possibility.

IF we can believe what's circulating, this coronavirus appears to have a sort of built-in latency. Apparently what's being seen is a normal immune response to the initial infection -typical fever, histamine reaction->general malaise, etc. And then later, after a clearing of those standard symptoms, the "cytokine storm" sets in. This also strongly suggests genetic tinkering. In relatively healthy hosts, the virus is able to *continue its spread* as so many tend to battle through symptoms rather than self-isolate. And then the BOOM. The deadly phase kicks in. The strongest argument yet for an engineered virus hooking up with its "enhancer".

As I described in the pinned thread, that "enhancer" could be the genetic material from a previous vaccination. Or it could be, as has been rumored, a race-specific or even sex-specific pathogen. Or it could be all three! And yes, it *could* be a hoax. All possibilities have to remain on the table at this stage.

But the idea of this thing seems close to revealing the perfect viral blueprint, really. Doesn't kill so quickly as to extinguish itself in short order, but eventually can and does kill otherwise healthy people.

Whatever it is, I'd sure like to see Xi's complete vax record.
It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a
profoundly sick society.
   - Jiddu Krishnamurti
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#78
Bumping!

This thread has a lot of info about how bad hospitals and doctors offices can be. Germ places are pharmacies also.
The US now has 15 positive coronavirus patients. The original tests CDC was using were flawed. Japan has two taxi drivers
sick with the virus.

My advice is if you have to fill a prescription, be there when the doors open. Try to avoid clinics. Minimize exposure.
We have seen videos of the Chinese spraying, if things get to that point in the US, it may be too late.
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