Cornonavirus begins hitting mainland US as more infected are quarantined

The Coronavirus has touched down in America. A spattering of cases of begun to pop up across the country now as more than a hundred people infected have been quarantined with 2 tests already confirming the virus. The virus has no vaccines to prevent it from taken control of the body. It infects the subject with high fevers that can result in overheating to death, attacks on the respiratory system that cause difficulty breathing, and horrible coughs and wheezing as the virus takes hold.

The virus is believed to have originated in Wuhan city, China. But where exactly it started is subject to debate. The Chinese government says that it started in a seafood market. But evidence suggests this is not the case, and an israeli intelligence official came forward this week to suggest that the virus came from China’s biological warfare lab in Wuhan.

Just tonight, 2 more people were quarantined in the US, this time in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire state epidemiologist Ben Chan said this about the infected.

“The risk to our communities in New Hampshire is low, but we want to identify people who may be infected with this new coronavirus in order to prevent spread,” Chan said. “We have recommended that health care providers conduct travel screenings and implement isolation practices for patients with a fever or respiratory illness who report travel to this affected region of China. This is a rapidly changing situation, and we remain committed to providing timely updates to residents of New Hampshire and our health care providers.”

At the 113th Littleton Regional Healthcare annual meeting, the following announcement was made to alleviate concerns…

Posted by Littleton Regional Healthcare on Monday, January 27, 2020

Infected are escaping China

A chinese national from the quarantined city of Wuhan went on social to brag about sneaking out of the country via the airport, even though she was showing symptoms of the coronavirus. She managed to successfully suppress her cough and symptoms, fooling befuddled airport security officers. She did such a good job at hiding her symptoms, the thermal detectors were even fooled. She then jettisoned out of the country and to France, where she went on to dine at a Michelin star restaurant.

Shortly after her “escape,” the airports were closed down completely. The woman then went on to chronicle her trickery online on social media.

The woman posted photos on Wechat of herself after escaping

She gallivanted across at least France after landing in Paris, because the photos were taken in the french city of Lyon.

“Finally I can have a good meal, I feel like I’ve been starving for two days. When you are in a gourmet city of course you have to eat Michelin [food],” she wrote.

“Just before I left, I had a low fever and cough. I was scared to death and rushed to eat [fever-reducing] medicine. I kept on checking my temperature. Luckily I managed to get it down and my exit was smooth.”

The chinese government, naturally embarrassed, had the embassy track the woman down though, and according to the embassy, her symptoms are under control. Whatever that means.

Monday Morning, January 27th, Beijing- China’s death toll for the coronavirus has doubled now, officially rising to 80 confirmed deaths this morning in China. This is while thousands are hospitalized with the virus that seems to have jumped from animals to people.

Also today, a nurse and first responder in Wuhan province, China, is coming clean online. She released a video at ground zero of the virus outbreak where she says that the number of people that the Chinese government has said are infected is a lie. 

“I am in the area where the coronavirus started,” her video starts with. Wuhan is the epicenter of the outbreak.

“I’m here to tell the truth,” says the anonymous nurse, in a video that shows her in the mask and hazmat suits that responders have been seen wearing.

“At this moment, Hubei province, including the Wuhan area, even China, 90,000 people have been infected by a coronavirus.”

While government reports have put the infected toll at around 3000 now, she says the actual number is over 100,000. If so, it will mean that the virus i far more contagious and dangerous than originally thought.

As China battles the Coronavirus, it is taking drastic steps to reduce the spread of the disease. It’s method? The building of mass camps that can hold millions of people. All throughout the country, the regime is setting up “quarentine centers” to hold those anyone thought to be infected with the virus.

Work has already started on the camp in Wuhan, where the virus originated

The virus originated in the domestic economic capital of Wuhan, a city of millions of people. It spread rapidly though and has now killed dozens, and infected thousands across the country. It is also appearing in places outside of China, across the globe.

Beijing is using the same strategy it used to combat SARs virus. That virus 17 years ago has taught the Chinese regime much about virus control.

Around the clock work is being conducted on the Wuhan ground zero camp

China is now taking precautionary measures by establishing quarantines throughout all of China. In Hong Kong for example, a quarantine center being established was firebombed by protesters who have been protesting for the past year. It was not even previously known to the world that China was setting up a quarantine center in Hong Kong, which is hundreds of miles away from where the virus supposedly is.

The infected toll has risen in China officially to over 2000 people, but some reports are saying that the true number is far higher, in the tens of thousands. If so, then the virus is far more serious than people originally thought.

January 26th update:

The official toll of those infected according to official Chinese numbers as risen to almost 3000. This is developing and we will keep readers updated as more information comes out.

The last pandemic was in 1918. It killed 50 million people

Not many people know about the Spanish influenza of 1918. That period was wrought with death on the planet as humanity saw the deadliest war in history at the time. When World War 1 ended, 1% of the world’s population was dead from fighting. But another more serious killer was upon us. It was a virus.

Every hundred years or so, a deadly virus sweeps across the globe, taking with it large portions of people. In 1918, it was H1N1.

The virus was born not surprisingly in France, at a troop staging area and hospital for men from the front line. Years of brutal trench warfare that left millions dead had ground down civilized conditions in most military camps throughout Europe.

conditions were horrid in the trenches

Doctors began reporting a particularly violent strain of flu in late 1917, almost simultaneously in US military camps in Kansas and in hospitals for soldiers in France. The exact origin of the virus is unclear, but most experts hypothesize that the virus started in France and was brought back to US military camps by returning soldiers.

By 1918, the virus was in full swing. Not much was known about influenza then, or the deadliness of it’s spread. 1 sneeze or cough can send over half a million virus particles flying into the air, and it spread rapidly throughout troop lodgings.

It was ironic that just as the virus hit, soldiers from ground zero of the where the disease struck were returning home all over the world to their home countries, bringing the virus with them.

All told, 50 to 100 million people are thought to have died.

Soldiers infected at a base in Kansas
Japanese school girls wearing masks to prevent infection

It’s only a matter of time before the next virus strikes.

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