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goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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Johnson 9:54 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
What’s SIR up to getting his own broadcast?

BRANDED 9:30 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Masks

https://youtu.be/sRFtVsL9dzE


Of course it’s droplets anyway but arf

Mike Oxsaw 5:00 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
dealcanvey 4:47 Wed Sep 23

Then the question to be asked is "Why are the NHS (Trusts) not dealing with such cases given that there is now in place a rapid, national response solution to cover any covid surge?".

dealcanvey 4:47 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
mashed in maryland 2:00 Wed Sep 23

Was seeing a consultant with my partner few weeks back and his opinion was that more people will die earlier due to undetected cancers and other illnesses due to COVID rather than COVID itself.

I cant remember the exact numbers but basically the amount of people diagnosed with cancer this year is down by more than 3000 people a week. Once many of these find out they actually have it and become symptomatic it will be too late.

Turpinator 3:48 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
You won't find this on any msm
https://www.zerohedge.com/medical/no-medical-justification-emergency-measures-open-letter-100s-doctors-health-pros-urges-end

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:49 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
threesixty 11:47 Wed Sep 23

'Surface

The very fact that you use the word “elite” proves everything I’ve just said.'

How so. Perhaps you can explain. Use algebra if you wish.

mashed in maryland 2:00 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
"The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that there were 830 excess deaths at home in the week ending September 4 compared to the five-year average. In contrast, just 99 people died with coronavirus mentioned on the death certificate in the same period. Only seven of those died at home.

The figures also show that there were 371 fewer deaths in hospitals, suggesting hundreds of people who would normally have been taken in for treatment had died at home instead.

Even accounting for that number, it still means there are around 450 excess deaths a week at home, from unknown causes, of people who may not ordinarily have died (the graphic below shows how the number of excess deaths in the UK compared to other countries as of last month)."

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/09/22/unexplained-excess-deaths-home-almost-nine-times-higher-covid/


Ah well, worth it to flatten that curve in 3 weeks

BRANDED 1:35 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Risk: Gross risk, marginal risk and net risk.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsVTRmFC0hg

Plus other rational data based thinking

Mike Oxsaw 12:47 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
I think a better strategy would be for the coronavirus to call a press conference to tell us how to protect ourselves from the government.

BRANDED 12:40 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Meanwhile the World's population is stil exploding with 102 million births this year. Humans are doing really well.

gph 12:34 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Historically, bubonic/pneumonic plague had high death rates. It still exists, but has considerably lower death rates when early detection is combined with modern medicine.

In practice, early detection is a problem in some areas, and means it has a high death rate in Africa, but a low one in the US.

Europe and Australia are plague-free, and Asia is nearly plague-free. (CDC and WHO - stats two years out of date - if things have changed, they've changed)

Razzle 12:24 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Can you still go dogging as its outside so therefore more than 6 - its like sport

Razzle 12:15 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
The message should be:

Do you class yourself or classed as a vulnerable person? In which case take the necessary steps to protect yourself.

If you are not classed as a vulnerable person take the necessary steps to protect yourselves and others.

Golden Oldie 12:10 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
defjam/lewisnadasurf1

It was merely an impactful attention grabber comparing diseases that are legitimately fatal/horror movie spooky, and every figure is as officially reported and more pertinent due to their very real tangible threat in comparison.

What wasn't included for example was TB that kills and has killed more people during this time than Coronachan, however TB doesn't sound all spooky and scary like some piss poor B-movie because it wasn't marketed to the public quite as well.

Care to comment on the post of 11:46 that should be more easily digestible by even the most devout Branch Covidians.


Kaiser
Yes, page 10
Starts with
"The United Nations must strengthen coordination mechanisms."
&
"Progress indicator(s) by September 2020 "

We seem to have met their requirements, bang on schedule.

Kaiser Zoso 12:00 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Golden Oldie 11:46 Wed Sep 23

What, this bit?

The United Nations (including WHO) conducts at least two system-wide training and simulation exercises, including one for covering the deliberate release of a lethal respiratory pathogen.

defjam 11:57 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Golden Oldie 11:39 - COVID has a far higher spread rate than MERS and SARS and also it transmits easier and faster over a greater distance between people so they don't have to be in as close a proximity to get it.
MERS, SARS and EBOLA are harder to transmit.

Also Covid can be transmitted before someone displays symptoms whereas the others made you ill first then the person would stay home also more people may be asymptomatic so it's harder to contain, ie the 4-14 days before you display symptoms so if we lived normally it could spread like wild fire before half the world knew it had it!

There may be fewer deaths due to lock downs but it is far more infectious.

Also EBOLA was primarily on the African continent.

lewisnadasurf1 11:48 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Bubonic plague: Death rate 30% to 90%.
Ebola: Death rate 25%-90%.
MERS: Death rate 35%.
SARS: Death rate 11%.
Covid-19: Death rate 0.4

Which one did we destroy the economy for?


Thats a pretty stupid argument.

Clearly COVID has reached every country in the world -

MERS - total infections worldwide was 1,500 less than UK declared yesterday for COVID
SARS - total infections worldwide was what the UK declared in the last 3 days for COVID

threesixty 11:47 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Surface

The very fact that you use the word “elite” proves everything I’ve just said.

You’re such an idiot and just don’t know it. So sad...

Golden Oldie 11:46 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
A World at Risk - Annual report on global preparedness
for health emergencies - a report written by the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board, in Sept 2019.

Go to page 10 and read it

https://apps.who.int/gpmb/assets/annual_report/GPMB_annualreport_2019.pdf

Golden Oldie 11:39 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Bubonic plague: Death rate 30% to 90%.
Ebola: Death rate 25%-90%.
MERS: Death rate 35%.
SARS: Death rate 11%.
Covid-19: Death rate 0.4

Which one did we destroy the economy for?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:36 Wed Sep 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
360

Why do you think a bunch of articles written by like-minded elitist cunts and published by like-minded elitist cunts is evidence against you being an elitist cunt?

Anyone would think you were some kind of cunt.

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