"WORLD WAR C"- COVID-19, GLOBAL CASES SURPASS 11 MILLION...CASES 11,099,645, DEATHS 525,557 , U.S. CASES 2,795,163.. DEATHS 129,437..9:00am 7/04/20..

lightbright

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Human-to-human transmission of coronavirus in China confirmed

A new coronavirus sickening dozens in China is transmissible between humans, officials confirmed, sparking fears that the pneumonia-like illness which has been tied to at least three deaths may spread more quickly than previously believed.

Chinese government officials said two people in the country’s southern province had caught the virus from family members, and several medical workers who had treated patients tested positive for the illness. The majority of patients have reported fever, cough and shortness of breath.

“The recent outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia in Wuhan and other places must be taken seriously,” President Xi Jiping said, according to The Associated Press. “Party committees, governments and relevant departments at all levels should put people’s lives and health first.”

CDC ANNOUNCES 'ENHANCED HEALTH SCREENINGS' AT 3 MAJOR US AIRPORTS

For weeks officials had reported the number of cases to be at least 41, with no new cases believed to have been contracted since early January. However, in their most recent update authorities said the number had risen to over 200. The early cases had been tied to a seafood market in Wuhan, but since then authorities in other regions have confirmed illnesses in residents.

The outbreak has spurred other countries to warn the millions of travelers boarding planes and trains for the Lunar New Year holidays. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), announced “enhanced health screenings” for airline passengers arriving from or traveling through the Wuhan province. San Francisco International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport all began the initiative on Jan. 17.

CHINA COUNTS SHARP RISE IN CORONAVIRUS CASES DURING COUNTRY'S BUSIEST TRAVEL TIME

South Korea, Japan and Thailand have all reported cases of the virus. Officials are still scrambling to determine its origin. The virus has sparked fears of a SARS re-emergence, but officials have been quick to shut down those theories.


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lightbright

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I saw this on the news a few days ago and I'm not shocked,I wouldn't be shocked if it's man made to lessen the population over there.
They said that they found ground zero for it at an Asian meat and seafood market... it was just human contact with animals before... now it's human to human contact...


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There's a reason why scientists keep every virus stored in labs even if it's no longer out affecting people... They tell you it's for future prevention... But in reality it's for future warfare... As they been saying since the 80s the next great war will be of the viral or chemical kind... Exhibit a
 

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When Beth Emhoff (Gwyneth Paltrow) returns to Minnesota from a Hong Kong business trip, she attributes the malaise she feels to jet lag. However, two days later, Beth is dead, and doctors tell her shocked husband (Matt Damon) that they have no idea what killed her.
 
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Tito_Jackson

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I subscribe to Naturalism. Look it up if you are not familiar. As a scientist and healthcare professional, I firmly believe that nature has a way of balancing and correcting things. Cancer and other morbid diseases are nature's population control. Controlling for numbers as well as fitness. "Hue-mans" can not continue to act as adversaries of nature and believe there wont be adverse consequences.
 
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