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250,000,000 were quarantined, 1,500,000 were confirmed. 250,000,000 people were quarantined. Shocking..... No idea how accurate some of this is, but it looks pretty bad, most of china and its cities are on lock down at this point with forced quarantines going on all over the country. You can make up your own mind. please share, like and leave a comment. Original link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCCuC...
















Scientists Warn: You Can Contract The Coronavirus More Than Once
Date: February 8, 2020Author: Nwo Report
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Source: Mac Slavo
They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, however, that might not be the case when it comes to catching the coronavirus.  Scientists are now warning the public that you can actually “relapse” and get the virus more than one time.
While most of the patients who have contracted the coronavirus 2019-nCoV eventually make a full recovery, they don’t walk away from the encounter immunized against the disease, as one might expect after a viral infection. Rather, Business Insider reports, you can theoretically catch the coronavirus multiple times, creating an unusual challenge for health officials trying to contain the outbreak.
“For those patients who have been cured, there is a likelihood of a relapse,” Zhan Qingyuan, the director of pneumonia prevention and treatment at the China-Japan Friendship Hospital, said during a Friday press conference.


The underlying idea behind a vaccination — or even “chicken pox parties” — is that exposure to a virus will trigger the immune system to generate antibodies that will shield that person from that virus in the future. But according to Chinese health officials, the antibodies created after a 2019-nCoV infection aren’t always strong enough to keep patients from getting sick again. –Futurism
The coronavirus has already spread and become more deadly than the SARS outbreak of the early 2000s. And because antibodies from this virus are very weak, it’ll make containment incredibly difficult. “The antibody will be generated,” said Zhan. “However, in certain individuals, the antibody cannot last that long.”
The best way to fight this virus is to simply prevent contraction. Because health officials and scientists still don’t know exactly how this virus spreads, it’s best to wear a face mask if you can, especially in a place with a lot of people in close contact (like an airport or airplane) and take on good handwashing measures.
This virus also has a high likelihood of mutation, which means it could get even more deadly before it’s over.


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American Citizen Diagnosed With Coronavirus Dies in China
Date: February 8, 2020Author: Nwo Report

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BEIJING—A U.S. citizen diagnosed with the coronavirus has died in Wuhan, the Chinese city at the center of the outbreak, marking the first known American death from the disease.
The person was 60 years old and died Thursday at Wuhan’s Jinyintan Hospital, a spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Beijing said Saturday. He provided no further details. “We offer our sincerest condolences to the family on their loss,” he said. “Out of the respect for the family’s privacy, we have no further comment.”
A spokesperson at Jinyintan Hospital referred questions to the Wuhan foreign affairs office, which didn’t answer phone calls on Saturday.
Chinese authorities said fatalities in China from the coronavirus reached a single-day high of 86 on Friday, raising the national death toll to 722. They said they confirmed 3,399 new cases of infections from the virus that causes respiratory illnesses, bringing the total to 34,546. T
he vast majority of coronavirus deaths and infections occurred in Wuhan and surrounding Hubei province, a region of nearly 60 million residents that has been locked down.
The World Health Organization on Friday reported 31,481 confirmed global cases of the coronavirus, up by over 3,000 cases from Thursday. A total of 638 people have died, WHO said.
A Japanese man in his 60s who was suspected of contracting the coronavirus also died in Wuhan, the Japanese Foreign Ministry said Saturday. It didn’t say when he died.
The ministry said the official cause of death was “viral pneumonia.” It said hospital officials told the Japanese Embassy in China that they highly suspected that man had the virus, but test results never confirmed it.
The French government elevated its travel advisory to orange, warning people to not travel to China unless absolutely necessary.
China’s health-care system is being pushed to the brink by the virus. Hospitals in Wuhan are overwhelmed are overwhelmed, short of supples and trying to help an increasing number of people who need treatment.

China has locked down Wuhan and Hubei province, shutting down transportation and forbidding people from leaving. In recent weeks, provinces outside of Hubei have sent medical teams to help treat those with the respiratory illnesses caused by the virus.
Medical personnel in Wuhan have been trying to determine whether sick patients have been infected with the coronavirus or a more common illness. Some Wuhan residents showing coronavirus symptoms say they received negative test results, while others with symptoms haven’t yet been tested.
A Chinese doctor who became a folk hero after he was taken in by authorities for warning about the dangers of the virus died Friday after becoming infected. Li Wenliang, a 33-year-old ophthalmologist based in Wuhan had captivated the country and his illness triggered an extraordinary outpouring of emotion.
Dr. Li, who was married with one child and another on the way, caught the virus before Chinese authorities had stepped up its warnings about it. In the early days, he recalled, he didn’t wear any protective gear.

In social-media posts, many Chinese directed their frustration at government officials who many believe didn’t respond quickly enough despite clear evidence of the developing epidemic. A hashtag calling on the Wuhan government to apologize to him spread quickly on China’s Twitter -like Weibo service.
China’s National Supervisory Commission, the country’s top anticorruption body, said it would send a special team to Wuhan to investigate the circumstances around Dr. Li’s death.
Chinese President Xi Jinping told President Trump in a phone call Friday morning Beijing time that he had confidence the country would win what he called a “people’s war” against the deadly coronavirus, according to readouts from the White House and Chinese state media reports.
Earlier, Mr. Trump praised Mr. Xi on Twitter as “strong, sharp and powerfully focused on leading the counterattack on the Coronavirus.”


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