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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 14:35 #81

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www.scmp.com/news/china/diplomacy/article/3018828/canadian-police-probe-possible-policy-breaches-lab-after


Canadian police probe ‘possible policy breaches’ at lab after Chinese scientist removed
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 14:40 #82

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That flu is like anything else that eats Chinese, half an hour later you're hungry again.
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 15:07 #83

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BBC Angelina Jolie teaches her kids how to eat Bugs and Scorpians

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Whilst I do understand that class A psycopathic hot women can be alluring... Brad shoulda stuck with Jen and found ways to make it more exciting.


Jen’s the ultimate pre-pubescent boy to girl tranny actor mate .... they get them done before puberty

They don’t have kids for a reason

- Aniston
- Bullock

... are the best examples


Mr E, now banned from Youtube.


He's reaching.....has no proof whatsoever. How does he know she's never been pregnant? at one point, when she was married to Brad Pitt, she spoke of the new nursery they had put in their home. She is believed to have had a miscarriage. She spoke publicly, while married to Pitt, about wanting to have one or two children whilst Pitt was wanting a 'football team' of children (which he ended up getting with mentally ill Jolie..... that turned out well for him). :roll:

Just because she never went on to have children doesn't mean that is because she is transgender, maybe she, as a woman, had trouble conceiving a child, that does happen to women sometimes.... :yup:

Off topic though.....might be cause to start a different thread.
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 15:10 #84

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Edit

According to the Wuhan Ariport site, the airport is still open today for arrivals and departures, International and Domestic carriers.
But lots of other sources say the airport closed on 23 January. :dunno:

www.wuhan-airport.com/arrivals.php
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 15:18 #85

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I remember the Mexican flu also starting off quite ‘fast’ and ‘deadly’ with sick people popping up in several countries.

However, in the end the disease didn’t seem to be so deadly at all and was comparable with a regular flu?


Don’t know if it’s different this time though.

Fact that we’ve been tricked multiple times before doesn’t mean it can’t be for real this time.


The footage coming out of China that's not in the mainstream is horrendous. The fact that nearly 60 million people are on lock down and confined to these cities is unprecedented in history. And the fact that the media is playing the whole thing down is disgusting.

I'll say it again too... the numbers we are hearing will be masses more, as will the death toll and so far it just seems to be one cock up after another as far as containing this goes.
It's a total mindfuck that they're allowed this to get as far as it has - which only leaves the conclusion that it's very much out of control.

The local authorities in Wuhan were threatening people as well in the beginning for 'spreading rumors', then it got so big they couldn't contain the flow of information. They, including the WHO, are still trying to minimize it and are contradicting what is coming out on the internet.

Some of the MSM are also spreading misinformation about the virus, ignoring that it can be spread by people who show NO symptoms.

I don't understand that all these people are wearing face masks (unless they are the type worn by medical personnel with a proper seal they don't do that much good) and yet I don't notice them wearing disposable gloves on their hands, even though the virus can stay on any surface for 4-5 days.
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 16:35 #86

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So they're building a 1000-bed hospital for corona patients, from scratch, which will be ready in 10 days...



That's no hospital, that's a mass grave.
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That's exactly what it looks like.

Not to mention the severe lack of trucks for all that muck they're moving about...

That picture confuses me, each excavator will be digging a 'moat' around itself. How TF are they going to drive out?
Photoshop!!
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The Mayor of Wuhan has just announced that 5 million people left the city before Thursdays lock down.
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 16:56 #88

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Lux Interior wrote:
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So they're building a 1000-bed hospital for corona patients, from scratch, which will be ready in 10 days...



That's no hospital, that's a mass grave.
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That's exactly what it looks like.

Not to mention the severe lack of trucks for all that muck they're moving about...

That picture confuses me, each excavator will be digging a 'moat' around itself. How TF are they going to drive out?
Photoshop!!

:chuckle:

Annabelle actually posted footage of those excavators working.
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 18:24 #89

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Flare wrote:
Lux Interior wrote:
sketti wrote:
Lux Interior wrote:
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So they're building a 1000-bed hospital for corona patients, from scratch, which will be ready in 10 days...



That's no hospital, that's a mass grave.
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That's exactly what it looks like.

Not to mention the severe lack of trucks for all that muck they're moving about...

That picture confuses me, each excavator will be digging a 'moat' around itself. How TF are they going to drive out?
Photoshop!!

:chuckle:

Annabelle actually posted footage of those excavators working.

How marvelous, so how do they get the machines off site, levitation?
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The Mayor of Wuhan has just announced that 5 million people left the city before Thursdays lock down.
The quote is nothing but lies. 50% of the population left? Bollocks.
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 19:45 #92

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Lux Interior wrote:
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The Mayor of Wuhan has just announced that 5 million people left the city before Thursdays lock down.
The quote is nothing but lies. 50% of the population left? Bollocks.


That's just one city but let's hope it's bollocks.

Being Chinese New Year - and the largest migration of people on the planet bar none - it's entirely possible. Also, this virus has been with them since the end of December so any smart thinking people with the capability would have gotten out maybe based on what was going on around them.
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sketti wrote:
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The Mayor of Wuhan has just announced that 5 million people left the city before Thursdays lock down.
The quote is nothing but lies. 50% of the population left? Bollocks.


That's just one city but let's hope it's bollocks.

Being Chinese New Year - and the largest migration of people on the planet bar none - it's entirely possible. Also, this virus has been with them since the end of December so any smart thinking people with the capability would have gotten out maybe based on what was going on around them.

50%? How the fuck does the place function when half the population departs?
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Lux Interior wrote:
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The Mayor of Wuhan has just announced that 5 million people left the city before Thursdays lock down.
The quote is nothing but lies. 50% of the population left? Bollocks.


That's just one city but let's hope it's bollocks.

Being Chinese New Year - and the largest migration of people on the planet bar none - it's entirely possible. Also, this virus has been with them since the end of December so any smart thinking people with the capability would have gotten out maybe based on what was going on around them.

50%? How the fuck does the place function when half the population departs?


It's a 40 day celebration I read somewhere and everyone's got holidays.

It couldn't have come at a worse time considering.
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Coronavirus 26 Jan 2020 20:31 #98

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The Mayor of Wuhan has just announced that 5 million people left the city before Thursdays lock down.
The quote is nothing but lies. 50% of the population left? Bollocks.



www.scmp.com/news/china/society/article/3047720/chinese-premier-li-keqiang-head-coronavirus-crisis-team-outbreak

5 million residents left Wuhan before lockdown, mayor reveals, as 1,000 new confirmed cases expected in city

Health commission says battling the epidemic is becoming more complicated as the Chinese State Council extends the Lunar New Year holiday to February 2
Chinese premier to head coronavirus crisis team as outbreak worsens

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will head the crisis team set up to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: AFPChinese Premier Li Keqiang will head the crisis team set up to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: AFP
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will head the crisis team set up to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: AFP

About 5 million residents left Wuhan before the lockdown because of the deadly coronavirus epidemic and the Spring Festival holiday, mayor Zhou Xianwang revealed on Sunday, as health officials ­warned the virus’ ­ability to spread was ­getting ­stronger.

There were about 9 million people remaining in the city after the lockdown, Zhou told a press conference.

Of the 2,700 people currently under observation in the city, about 1,000 were likely to be confirmed cases. As of Sunday, Wuhan had 533 confirmed cases.

The central government imposed a lockdown on Wuhan and several cities on Thursday hoping to stop the new virus from spreading to other parts of the country. However, many had already left the city for the holiday, while others rushed out after the lockdown was announced on Wednesday night.
China, meanwhile, said Premier Li Keqiang would head the high-level group to fight the coronavirus epidemic
that has killed 56 people and infected more than 2,000 others, while health officials said the virus’s ability to spread is getting stronger.

Beijing city reported five more confirmed cases, including a nine-month-old infant. It is the first confirmed infant case. On Saturday, a two-year-old girl in Guangxi was confirmed to be infected.


The Chinese State Council has extended the Lunar New Year holiday to February 2 to curb the spread of the virus, according to state broadcaster CCTV. The holiday, which was initially supposed to last until January 30, is the country’s most important festival and hundreds of millions of rural migrant workers nationwide travel home for it.

Suzhou was the first city to announce a holiday extension, saying workers at companies within its jurisdiction should resume work no earlier than February 8.

The State Council also said that kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, and colleges will be suspended until further notice from the education ministry.
Ma Xiaowei, the minister in charge of China’s National Health Commission (NHC), told a press conference that battling the outbreak was complicated, particularly as it had been discovered that the new virus could be transmitted even during incubation period
, which did not happen with Sars (severe acute respiratory syndrome).

“From observations, the virus is capable of transmission even during incubation period,” Ma said, adding that the incubation period lasted from one to 14 days.

“Some patients have normal temperatures and there are many milder cases. There are hidden carriers,” he said.


Ma said also that the virus had adapted to humans and appeared to have become more transmissible.

“There are signs showing the virus is becoming more transmissible. These walking ‘contagious agents’ [hidden carriers] make controlling the outbreak a lot more difficult.”

The authorities had also not ruled out the possibility of the virus mutating in the future, he said, which meant it could spread to different age groups.

To date, most of the people infected are in the 40-60 age range, health officials said earlier.

Sars, which killed more than 800 people and infected over 8,000 around the world, typically had an incubation period of two to seven days, and was not infectious during that time.



University of Hong Kong microbiologist Yuen Kwok-yung said that how transmissible the virus was during its incubation period depended on the “viral load” in each infection.

“If I sneeze on you point blank, you may get a fever and pneumonia tomorrow too,” he said.

Ma said that the epidemic was accelerating and “may last for some time”.

“It is possible that there will be more cases,” he said.

Speaking to the press on Sunday, Gao Fu, head of the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, said the peak of the outbreak had yet to come.

“There are trends for an epidemic cycle,” he said. “It is still growing.”

However, he said there had yet to be any signs of the virus mutating.

Li Bin, deputy minister of the NHC said the authorities that the severe measures they had taken to control the spread of the virus – such as issuing travel bans and locking down cities – would at least delay the peak and “buy time to combat the next stage of the outbreak”.

China has closed off 13 cities in Hubei province, which is at the epicentre of the outbreak, while almost the entire country has declared an emergency response.

Of all of China’s confirmed infections, more than half are in Hubei.


Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will head the crisis team set up to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: AFPChinese Premier Li Keqiang will head the crisis team set up to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: AFP
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will head the crisis team set up to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: AFP

About 5 million residents left Wuhan before the lockdown because of the deadly coronavirus epidemic and the Spring Festival holiday, mayor Zhou Xianwang revealed on Sunday, as health officials ­warned the virus’ ­ability to spread was ­getting ­stronger.

There were about 9 million people remaining in the city after the lockdown, Zhou told a press conference.

Of the 2,700 people currently under observation in the city, about 1,000 were likely to be confirmed cases. As of Sunday, Wuhan had 533 confirmed cases.

The central government imposed a lockdown on Wuhan and several cities on Thursday hoping to stop the new virus from spreading to other parts of the country. However, many had already left the city for the holiday, while others rushed out after the lockdown was announced on Wednesday night.
China, meanwhile, said Premier Li Keqiang would head the high-level group to fight the coronavirus epidemic
that has killed 56 people and infected more than 2,000 others, while health officials said the virus’s ability to spread is getting stronger.

Beijing city reported five more confirmed cases, including a nine-month-old infant. It is the first confirmed infant case. On Saturday, a two-year-old girl in Guangxi was confirmed to be infected.
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The Chinese State Council has extended the Lunar New Year holiday to February 2 to curb the spread of the virus, according to state broadcaster CCTV. The holiday, which was initially supposed to last until January 30, is the country’s most important festival and hundreds of millions of rural migrant workers nationwide travel home for it.

Suzhou was the first city to announce a holiday extension, saying workers at companies within its jurisdiction should resume work no earlier than February 8.

The State Council also said that kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, and colleges will be suspended until further notice from the education ministry.
Ma Xiaowei, the minister in charge of China’s National Health Commission (NHC), told a press conference that battling the outbreak was complicated, particularly as it had been discovered that the new virus could be transmitted even during incubation period
, which did not happen with Sars (severe acute respiratory syndrome).

“From observations, the virus is capable of transmission even during incubation period,” Ma said, adding that the incubation period lasted from one to 14 days.

“Some patients have normal temperatures and there are many milder cases. There are hidden carriers,” he said.

Ma said also that the virus had adapted to humans and appeared to have become more transmissible.

“There are signs showing the virus is becoming more transmissible. These walking ‘contagious agents’ [hidden carriers] make controlling the outbreak a lot more difficult.”

The authorities had also not ruled out the possibility of the virus mutating in the future, he said, which meant it could spread to different age groups.

To date, most of the people infected are in the 40-60 age range, health officials said earlier.

Sars, which killed more than 800 people and infected over 8,000 around the world, typically had an incubation period of two to seven days, and was not infectious during that time.

University of Hong Kong microbiologist Yuen Kwok-yung said that how transmissible the virus was during its incubation period depended on the “viral load” in each infection.

“If I sneeze on you point blank, you may get a fever and pneumonia tomorrow too,” he said.

Ma said that the epidemic was accelerating and “may last for some time”.

“It is possible that there will be more cases,” he said.

Speaking to the press on Sunday, Gao Fu, head of the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, said the peak of the outbreak had yet to come.

“There are trends for an epidemic cycle,” he said. “It is still growing.”

However, he said there had yet to be any signs of the virus mutating.
Gao Fu, head of the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention says the peak of the outbreak has yet to come. Photo: AFP
Gao Fu, head of the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention says the peak of the outbreak has yet to come. Photo: AFP

Li Bin, deputy minister of the NHC said the authorities that the severe measures they had taken to control the spread of the virus – such as issuing travel bans and locking down cities – would at least delay the peak and “buy time to combat the next stage of the outbreak”.

China has closed off 13 cities in Hubei province, which is at the epicentre of the outbreak, while almost the entire country has declared an emergency response.

Of all of China’s confirmed infections, more than half are in Hubei.

To help tackle the epidemic, Ma said that 2,360 military and civilian doctors and nurses had been sent to Wuhan, the city in which the outbreak was first detected at the end of last month.

As the pressure has mounted on the city’s hospitals, the medical system has moved ever closer to collapse.

Many people who developed feverish symptoms were turned away by hospitals earlier in the week because there were not enough beds, local residents said earlier.

Medical practitioners are also running seriously short of protective kits and are being forced to recycle goggles and masks.

Ma said 2,400 hospital beds had been added in Wuhan, and the government was planning to add 5,000 more over the next three days.


Wang Jiangping, China’s vice-minister of industry and information technology, said China had the capacity to produce a maximum of 30,000 protective outfits per day, but that was less than a third of what was needed in Hubei.

And during the Lunar New Year holiday, manufacturing capacity was only about 40 per cent of normal, he said.

The government was working to acquire the 50,000 protective jackets China produces for export every day to send to Hubei, he said.

However, the civil affairs ministry issued a statement on Sunday banning charity organisations and NGOs from sending teams to Hubei.

Any donations should be sent to government-sanctioned charity organisations in Hubei, such as the Red Cross, and they would be allocated by the Hubei and Wuhan governments as appropriate.

The NHC also issued a nationwide plan on containing the epidemic by locking down certain neighbourhood communities in both urban and rural areas.

In the case of a neighbourhood community or village having two confirmed cases, it could be declared an epidemic zone and sealed off, it said.

A Wuhan resident, who declined to be named, said that checkpoints had been set up in some communities on Sunday. People who had fever symptoms were being screened by medical workers within the community and those needed more attention were sent to hospital, he said.

China also imposed a nationwide ban on wildlife trade on Sunday. The outbreak is suspected to have originated at a seafood market in Wuhan, which also sold wild animals.

However, a research paper published by medical journal The Lancet on Saturday said the first confirmed case of the viral infection was a person who had not been to that market.



When asked if China planned to expand its travel ban to more cities, Li said the authorities would make adjustments as necessary.

China is hoping the travel bans will reduce the spread of the outbreak. As a result of the restrictions, rail passenger numbers have fallen by 41 per cent, road travellers by 25 per cent and air passengers by almost 42 per cent on Saturday, the first day of the Lunar New Year.

Meanwhile, the United States, France, Australia, Japan and Russia are all preparing to pull their citizens out of Wuhan, while others are ramping up measures to prevent people travelling from infected cities into their territories.

The ABC reported that more than 100 Australian children were currently trapped in Wuhan.
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Molon Labe wrote:
Did China Steal Coronavirus From Canada And Weaponize It?
www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/did-china-steal-coronavirus-canada-and-weaponize-it

So this article suggests the Chinese stole the virus from a lab in Canada, weaponized it, and brought it back home to infect their own people. I think it's much more safe to assume it's a false flag to blame the Chinese,... and get us all vaccinated?

At least someone is starting to think rather than go into a tailspin.
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