Date: February 23, 2020 Author: Nwo Report
In Korea, health officials say they their investigators can’t figure out how some of the outbreaks started. That’s not exactly reassuring
Source: Zero Hedge
- South Korea reported 142 new cases, up 70% in one day, to 346; The country also reported its second death.
- China reported 397 new cases, bringing the total cases to 76,288, and an additional 109 new deaths or 2,345 in total.
- Italy reports 1st virus death, 15 additional cases, 10 cities on lockdown
- 34 cases in USA.
- China pledges to build 19 new hospitals in Wuhan
- Hawaii hasn’t tested any suspected cases in the state
- 253 more passengers depart the diamond princess as 11 of 13 American evacuees in Nebraska test positive
- Local authorities in China warn people will be punished for not returning to work if ordered
- WHO’s Tedros: Window for confronting virus rapidly closing
- CDC says virus tremendous health threat, warns more human to human transmission of the virus in the US likely
- First case declared in Lebanon
- Iran confirms 9 more cases as virus reaches Tehran
- South Korea reported massive jump in cases on Friday as total climbed to 204
- Global Times insinuates that US might be covering up coronavirus cases
- Health officials in Hubei ‘apologize’ for changing case confirmation ‘criteria’
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Update (2020ET): Earlier today, when describing the ludicrous lengths to which China has gone to mask the severity of the Coronavirus pandemic, after five definition changes of what a Coronavirus infection means, and which saw another major jump in the last two days’ cases after Hubei admitted it hadn’t tracked the recently unveiled prison cases, we said that there was a certain irony to China’s data massaging, namely that the more China manipulates the data, the less anyone will believe a positive outcome for the epidemic as a result of lower cases and will instead claim that this is just the result of Chinese propaganda: “It points to a rather concerning confusion over how best to officially report the number of cases, leading to a loss of confidence in the true numbers,” Oanda analyst Jeffrey Halley told Bloomberg. “That could mean that internationally, the rest of the world keeps China in lockdown for longer, which will not be good for the ‘V-shaped recovery’ projections.”
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