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Watch live: Seattle-area officials announce emergency declaration over the coronavirus outbreak


Posted on March 2, 2020

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/02/watch-live-seattle-area-officials-announce-emergency-declaration-over-the-coronavirus-outbreak.html

  • Washington state and King County officials are holding a press conference Monday to update the public on a potential coronavirus outbreak in the area.
  • Public health officials in Seattle reported the nation’s first two deaths in a suburb and several new cases Saturday and Sunday.
  • Local officials also said that 50 residents and employees of a nursing care facility were being tested for the new coronavirus after several people there tested positive for COVID-19.

William Feuer  | @WillFOIA
Published 3 Hours AgoCNBC.com



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Washington state and King County officials are holding a press conference Monday to announce an emergency declaration as local officials grapple with a possible coronavirus outbreak just outside of Seattle.
Public health officials in Seattle reported the nation’s first two deaths  in a suburb and several new cases Saturday and Sunday, bringing the total number of cases in the county to 10. Local officials also said that 50 residents and employees of a nursing care facility were being tested for the new coronavirus after several people there tested positive for COVID-19.
Four of the six new cases reported over the weekend were residents of LifeCare, a skilled nursing facility in Kirkland. Two cases — a staff member and resident — were previously identified at LifeCare, officials said.
King County Executive Dow Constantine will announce an emergency declaration, a county spokesperson said. Seattle and King County public health officer Dr. Jeff Duchin is also scheduled to speak, along with Washington state health officer Dr. Kathy Lofy. Director of public health for Seattle and King County Patty Hayes is also scheduled to attend.
Read CNBC’s live updates to see the latest news on the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Indonesia confirms first COVID-19 cases; clusters skyrocket in South Korea, Italy
Date: March 2, 2020 Author: Nwo Report  
 
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The infectious and deadly coronavirus continued to spread worldwide Monday with Indonesia confirming its first cases of COVID-19 as worries over the virus’ transmission ballooned along with the growing clusters in South Korea, Italy and Iran.
Many of the 68 affected nations and territories recorded their first cases in the past few weeks, with five nations announcing their first infections over the weekend, according to the World Health Organization . On Sunday, Scotland , the Czech Republic and the Dominican Republic added their names to the growing list of countries with new cases.

And on Monday, Indonesia confirmed its first two COVID-19 patients.
As new cases pop up in new parts of the world, the WHO on Monday declined to call the global coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, given that more than 80 percent of the cases of the disease outside China are located in only four countries: Iran, Italy, Japan and South Korea.
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WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said South Korea has more than half of all cases outside China, and that most have come from “known clusters,” not community spread — which suggests that disease surveillance and actions taking so far are working.
“If this was influenza, we’d have expected widespread community spread,” he said. “Containment is possible in all countries that are affected.”
In Iran, meanwhile, a WHO expert team arrived this morning, bringing testing kits capable of evaluating more than 100,000 samples and personal protective equipment — respirators and face masks — for more than 15,000 healthcare workers. Iran now has 978 confirmed cases, among them a WHO staffer, who was diagnosed yesterday and has “mild disease.”


“The health system in Iran needs to be supported,” said Mike Ryan, head of the WHO’s emergencies program. Although the country has a strong health infrastructure, he added, “clearly all health systems come under pressure with this disease.”
Indonesian President Joko Widodo told reporters a 64-year-old woman and her 31-year-old daughter tested positive for COVID-19 after having come into contact with a Japanese citizen who tested positive for the virus late last month in neighboring Malaysia.
“When we received information [concerning the Japanese citizen], a team in Indonesia immediately traced who the Japanese citizen met with,” Widodo told reporters Monday at the State Palace. “We checked, and this morning I received a report from the health minister that they tested positive for the coronavirus.”On Monday, South Korea’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced 476 new cases since 4 p.m. the day prior and four additional deaths, increasing its death toll to 22. South Korea’s 4,212 cases are the most outside of China where the virus emerged in December.
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Nearly 60 percent of its cases are connected to the secretive Shincheonji Church of Jesus and center around the southeastern city of Daegu where the sect maintains a strong presence, the CDC said.
On Sunday evening, Italy announced its number of cases had increased by some 50 percent to 1,694, most of which were located in the nation’s northern region, and 34 deaths. And Iran said it had 978 confirmed infections and 54 deaths, 11 more than the day prior.

The rapid increases prompted Australia’s chief medical officer, Brendan Murphy, to declare they can no longer ensure those infected with COVID-19 will not enter the country.
The island nation prohibited non-citizens who had visited China within 14 days from attempting to enter Australia and applied the same rule to those coming from Iran on Monday. Also from Sunday, any national returning to Australia for Iran will need to self-isolate themselves for the virus’ two-week incubation period.
Murphy said measures are to slow down the virus’ spread, but they won’t stop new cases from entering its borders.
“It is no longer possible to absolutely prevent new cases coming in, given the increasing changes in epidemiology around the country,” he said .
The island nation also increased its travel advisory to Level 2 to exercise a high degree of caution when traveling to Italy with select regions receiving a Level 3, urging travelers to reconsider their plans. Australian health professionals returning from those nations will also be urged to self-isolate for two weeks before going back to work.


On Friday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned the outbreak could become a pandemic.
The nation has 29 confirmed cases of the virus and one death, which was confirmed on Sunday.
Chinese health officials on Monday reported 42 deaths from the day prior, increasing the death toll for mainland China from the coronavirus to 2,912.
All of the deaths were reported in Hubei province, whose capital Wuhan is where COVID-19 is believed to have emerged in December before spreading across the globe.

The figures were released early Monday in China’s National Health Commission’s daily update , reporting 202 new confirmed cases of the virus, all but four reported in Hubei.

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Covid-19 – The Five Things We Need To Know!
Date: March 2, 2020 Author: Nwo Report
Authored by Bruce Wilds via Advancing Time blog,

What we really need to know about the coronavirus is how it will affect us as individuals. The picture presented by governments is sketchy at best. Driven by agendas such as preventing panic and spinning the ramifications to lessen their toll on financial markets has made what they say unreliable.
COVID19 UPDATES - Seattle-area officials announce emergency declaration over the coronavirus outbreak plus MORE Dis4
The big issue facing all of us is what to expect and how to prepare.
Below is a list of five crucial issues before us.

  1. Just how deadly is this thing and what are the odds you will get it?
  2. Are we looking at citywide lock-downs such as those that have been instituted in other countries?
  3. Is it expected to return time and time again and how long before we know? 
  4. If I or someone I know appears to start showing symptoms, what is the best course forward?
  5. What are the long and short term economic consequences of this outbreak?

It has become obvious this virus is very easy to contract, one well-respected expert predicted early on that 60 to 80 percent of people would get it before it ran its course. A week ago The Atlantic reported that according to Harvard epidemiology professor Marc Lipsitch,  the coronavirus “will ultimately not be containable.” His number is only slightly less comfortable,
 “Lipsitch predicts that, within the coming year, some 40 to 70 percent of people around the world will be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19.” 
The professor went on to say this doesn’t mean all of those victims will become seriously ill and that “many will have mild disease, or may be asymptomatic.”


This reinforces what is being reported out of Daegu, South Korea where around 1900 Shincheonji Church members have been tested for coronavirus. 1300 had symptoms & 600 did not. Among those 1331 with symptoms, 87.5% were confirmed with the virus but just as troubling is that of those without symptoms, 70% were confirmed with coronavirus. In short, 420 tested positive but asymptomatic and 1,131 tested positive and symptomatic. This means 1,551 infected out of roughly 1900 plays out to an infection rate of 81%.
I’m not panicked but rather have resolved myself to the fact we are living in a world that may never be the same if this virus is as mean as it appears. Our lifestyles were already facing some rapid social adjustments but concerns of being stalked by such a virus are unsettling, to say the least. It does not help that our government has appeared to make an effort to mask the danger of the coronavirus from the American people not to avert panic but to protect the all-important stock market rally. Thus far many Americans are unaware of or under the impression, we have little to fear from this virus.  This attempt to deny the threat raises the question of whether economic and political concerns are pushing common sense aside.
On another site a commentator wrote; Indications are that it generally takes a few weeks for the coronavirus to overwhelm someone and lead to deathIf it does, which for many it does not, this implies that when we see deaths, those people have had the virus for weeks. If you don’t get better after two weeks you may eventually find yourself drowning in your own body fluids quarantined in a hospital. If you do get well after viral pneumonia, the virus most likely has permanently damaged your lungs and might just be hiding there in your respiratory cells, waiting to revisit, maybe more than once. If it returns your survival is even less likely.
This virus is particularly dangerous because, as noted, it may cause no symptoms at all in many carriers of the infection. This has lead to stringent measures being taken both inside and outside of China to stop its spread. In Italy people are being prevented from leaving towns, one wonders how severe the panic will be as this spreads across the globe. Store shelves in some areas are already beginning to empty as those most informed begin to plan ahead and take precautions that they may find themselves in a similar situation.
COVID19 UPDATES - Seattle-area officials announce emergency declaration over the coronavirus outbreak plus MORE Not%20good


Not Enough Bed- You Don’t Want This!
We do know there are not enough beds to treat all those who react badly to the virus and require intense hospital care and some of these people will still die. The bill for such care will be massive and taxpayers will get stuck with much of it. It appears the best and only way to initially treat this virus is to treat it like the flu and hope for the best. Rest and keeping up your fluid intake is crucial. A big problem with getting good information about how fast this virus is spreading comes from the fact we simply don’t know, how long a person should be quarantined and how long the virus can live on different surfaces is still being debated.
Slow-moving incompetent overpaid bureaucrats within governments with strong agendas generate and control both the data and the narrative. Whether the goal of a government is to limit panic, deflect criticism from its failings, or simply generate the impression they have control of the situation we pay the price. The fact is, the long latency period before someone shows symptoms makes it is quite possible for someone to be carrying the virus but show no signs whatever when they arrive at the airport and pass through minor screening.
As to the long and short term economic consequences of this outbreak, it is difficult to say. Certain sectors of the economy will without a doubt take it squarely on the chin. Business involved in things where people gather or move about are in peril. Also, the disruption of production and deliveries will have a massive effect on business. Many small businesses without the financial resources to absorb losses and whether this storm will fail thus intensifying the downturn and exacerbate inequality. Companies will look at ways to shorten or reduce the weaknesses in their supply chains. This will have long-term consequences.

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