'A virus causing severe lung disease that started in China has spread to around 40 countries, including the UK. The coronavirus had infected 78,598 people in China as of 27 February, with 2,746 of them dying.
What are the symptoms? It seems [???] to start with a fever, followed by a dry cough.
After a week, it leads to shortness of breath & some patients require hospital treatment.
The incubation period - between infection & showing any symptoms - lasts up to 14 days, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
But some researchers say it may be as long as 24 days.
& Chinese scientists say some people may be infectious even before their symptoms appear.
How deadly is the coronavirus? Based on data from 44,000 patients with this coronavirus, the WHO says:
Thousands are still being treated but may go on to die - so the death rate could be higher. But it is also unclear how many mild cases remain unreported - so the death rate could also be lower.
To put this into context, about one billion people catch influenza every year, with between 290,000 & 650,000 deaths. The severity of flu changes every year.
Can coronavirus be treated or cured? Right now, treatment relies on the basics - keeping the patient's body going, including breathing support, until their immune system can fight off the virus.
However, the work to develop a vaccine is under way & it is hoped there will be human trials before the end of the year .
Hospitals are also testing anti-viral drugs to see if they
have an impact'
(Note it's the male infecting the female)
Several points may be taken from the above
1; The worlds economy is taking another huge whack.
2, Travel will become more difficult from now on, even more so than the years since the attacks on America in 2001, a space odyssey.
3; The Dr from WHO says here the virus; 'initially appeared in a group of people with pneumonia associated with a seafood & live animal market' in China. The virus, says the WHO, 'could' be caused by increased contact between humans & animals,
as was AIDS I presume.
4; Vaccinations will be on the way & plenty of them.
5; '1 Astronomy the rarefied gaseous envelope of the sun & other stars.'
(Taken from googledictionary's entry for Corona)
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As for the disease itself, as you can hear, they don't know that much about it, however, contact with animals has been identified as the number one precautionary measure, although which animals they mean specifically isn't specified but livestock from both land & sea are mentioned as being present at the
beginning of the outbreak.
Which ones? I don't know, however my guess would be fish & maybe some xhickens. It appears Corona Virus doesn't appear to be too deadly, mind you it hasn't hit South America, India or Africa as yet......As the video mentions, the last deadly virus to hit the world headlines also involved contact with animals (camels) as did the one before that (cats) & the one before that (monkeys). There have recently been the deadly Pigs Flu & the horrendous plague at the end of WWI;
'The Spanish Flu Pandemic, also known as La Grippe Espagnole, or La Pesadilla, was an unusually severe & deadly strain of avian influenza, a viral infectious disease, that killed some 50 million to 100 million people worldwide over about a year in 1918 & 1919.
It is thought to have been one of the most deadly pandemics so far in human history.
It was caused by the H1N1 type of influenza virus, which is similar to bird flu of today'
& of course, the most famous of all, The Black Death, said to have been transmitted
by the dirty rat. Incidentally,
from a historical perspective, all the worst pandemics in history, Spanish Flu, Black Death & Justinian are said to have
i.e, from the EAST.
I remember as a teenager being terrified of the 'Yellow Peril';
'Fear of the Yellow Peril seems to have returned as the novel coronavirus spreads globally. The outbreak has unleashed an underlying prejudice against Asians, in particular Chinese.'
I'm knocking 50yrs of age, however it hasn't unleashed any underlying prejudices against Asians, in particular Chinese in me, far from it, I like everyone, but back then I was terrified of the unknown capability of the communist nations of the Far East, in particular the Chinese, who I thought were at the centre of things & who were on the verge of
taking us over by Gods knows what means. Now I read;
'Britain approves Huawei’s limited use in 5G networks, prompting US senator to compare the Chinese company to KGB.....‘Allowing Huawei to build the UK’s 5G networks today is like allowing the KGB to build its telephone network during the Cold War,’ said US Senator Tom Cotton.'
I wonder where I got my ideas from? Incidentally, I couldn't understand how we were faced with such an enemy who's people I'd grown up with & from whence
all my toys were made, & still are. Still, I smell a rat with this new plague business,
there's definitely something fishy going on alright & it looks to have all the trappings of a
Psy-Op, with a vengeance, notice how Italy has been taken out?
.........Home of the Vatican & the Catholic Church......
Other curiosities include the fact that at the pinnacle of the Qabbalistic Tree Of Life sits Kether, meaning crown in English;
The significance of the Qabbalah in world affairs cannot be overestimated, it lies at the heart of the teachings of the Mystery Schools;
'The world is shutting down......There are essentially three ways out of this mess.
enough people develop immunity through infection
or permanently change our behaviour/society
Each of these routes would reduce the ability of the virus to spread.
Vaccines - at least 12-18 months away'
- BBC 18.5.20
'The Indian government has defended its handling of the coronavirus outbreak after a strict lockdown - introduced with little warning - left millions stranded & without food. The country's response had been "pre-emptive, pro-active and graded", it said in a statement. India's population of 1.3 billion was given less than four hours' notice of the three-week lockdown on Tuesday.
Officially about 900 people have coronavirus in India.'
- BBC 28.03.20
'Now Abel was a keeper of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground. & in the process of time it came to pass that Cain brought an offering of the fruit of the ground to the Lord. Abel also brought of the firstborn of his flock & of their fat. & the Lord respected Abel & his offering, but He did not respect Cain & his offering. & Cain was very angry,
& his countenance fell.'
- Genesis 4 (KJV)