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The CoronaVirus story takes a paradigm shift

The Coronavirus story has undergone a paradigm shift, it appears British Columbia’s 6th verified case originated in Iran. This is the first confirmed case I have heard of that originated somewhere other than China. This in no way indicates one way or the other whether the virus is man-made, or something that has occurred due to organic circumstances, but it is a very troubling development.

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T W Huning
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T W Huning

It will eventually be everywhere.

Clarity
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Clarity

No. It will only be where there are crowded conditions and where people spread it from there. So if there ever was a larger spread, a period of isolation will be the most simple remedy. And unless you are in the target group for severe cases – already in poor health, old age, stress, smoking – then the infection with this virus will be even milder than a seasonal cold. Coronavirus has been a well known issue with domestic animals for decades. If you have a dog or cat then a vaccination is standard. Farm animals like pigs and cows… Read more »

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Wake up! This is not a seasonal cold. Half of the 20 Italian sufferers are said to be in a serious condition. When did you last hear of the common cold killing anyone because they smoked.

A sad case of normalcy bias!

steven adams
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steven adams

Everyday the common cold kills people with weak immune sysytems which is exactly what smoking does. The comon cold is a mild symptom of many different viruses from Rhinovirus to influenza and others. The coronavirus is exactly that. Mild in most cases but fatal to those who develop complications from it-like any other virus/cold.
A sad case of ignorance bias will result in failure to understand this.

Jim
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China: period 8 weeks
cases 76,291; died 2,345; recovered 21,069; serious/critical 11,477

The figures show that your argument has no merit.

Amarka
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Amarka

China coronavirus hype straight out of the CDC flu playbook Feb24 by Jon Rappoport In today’s episode of Numbskulls and Deceivers in Medical Science, I ask the question: Are Chinese researchers copying an old CDC scam, or have they independently come up with their own lies which happen to mirror CDC hype? In my series on the China epidemic (archive here), I’ve pointed out that pneumonia—the key indicator of the “coronavirus”—can be caused by many other factors: Other microbes, fungi, toxic pollution, etc. And Chinese authorities no longer require direct testing for the coronavirus. Instead, CT scans of the chest… Read more »

Lynn Faulkner
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Lynn Faulkner

It’s also true that 20,000+ have already died in the U.S. from the usual flu.

Amarka
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Amarka

The CDC estimated that up to 42.9 million people got sick during the 2018-2019 flu season in the U.S. No less than 647,000 people were hospitalized. And 61,200 died.

https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2020/02/21/no-weapon-left-behind-the-american-hybrid-war-on-china/

Jim
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It is incomprehensible to me that people are unable to distinguish between this and a bad flu outbreak. You have to stand back and look at the evidence: risk of death to 65-year-old male currently calculated at 1 in 20; apartment buildings welded shut; huge numbers of people on lockdown; comprehensive spraying of the entire environment; 700 cases on a single cruise ship; the world economy crashing and on and on. There are two possibilities: there is a conspiracy to terrify the populations and no virus, or this virus is potentially even more catastrophic than we can imagine. I’ll go… Read more »

Amarka
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Amarka

ROME: An elderly cancer patient became the third person known to be infected with the coronavirus to die in Italy, health officials said on Sunday (Feb 23), as the number of people contracting the virus continued to mount.

The death of the woman in a hospital in the small city of Crema in Lombardy, the centre of Italy’s coronavirus scare, followed that of a 77-year-old woman on Saturday and a 78-year-old man on Friday, the first victim of coronavirus in Europe.

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/italy-announces-three-deaths-linked-to-covid-19-12462900

Clarity
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Clarity

Lots of Chinese working in Iran, which has cases of infection, incl some deaths. So this is not much different than people catching it on a cruise ship from fellow travelers. Fear mongering media.

Jane Karlsson
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Jane Karlsson

Viruses will be mutating fast right now because we are at solar minimum and therefore maximum cosmic ray flux. As Matthew Ehret pointed out, cosmic rays make viruses mutate. There was a ‘cosmic ray anomaly’ before the H1N1 flu outbreak. https://www.longdom.org/open-access/electron-flux-and-cosmic-ray-anomaly-before-hn-outbreak-2332-2594-2-113.pdf oldandjaded, you mentioned in a comment that there is credible evidence for human engineering of H1N1. Actually the scientist who did it pointed out that the changes he made have been observed in clinical isolates, meaning he was only doing what nature does. His virus was not the source of the outbreak. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/exclusive-controversial-us-scientist-creates-deadly-new-flu-strain-for-pandemic-research-9577088.html Everybody freaked out at what he… Read more »

Amarka
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Amarka

“The Eyes of Darkness,” 1996 edition. (Twitter photo) Older versions of the book refer to the disease as “Gorki-400.” (Twitter photo) China’s coronavirus predicted in 1981 US novel American author predicts coronavirus-like outbreak and names disease ‘Wuhan-400’ 143670 By Ching-Tse Cheng, Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2020/02/13 15:50 TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — As the Wuhan virus claims new victims around the world, Twitter users have pointed out that in the 1981 novel, “The Eyes of the Darkness,” there is a disease called “Wuhan-400.” The American author, Dean Koontz’s suspense thrillers have often appeared on The New York Times Best Seller list.… Read more »

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