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One thing that is interesting is that Africa is full of Chinese (~1M).  Yet the WHO is not reporting *any* cases in all of Africa, with the exception of 1 case in Egypt.  

Only Chinese in Africa are slave drivers. I’m not being hyperbolic. Chinese actually run slave camps in Africa.


Ok, but the point is that there are about one million Chinese in Africa, and it would be hard to believe none of those people have travelled to Africa from China recently, and specifically from Wuhan.   

From a statistical standpoint, considering all the other countries reporting cases with far less connection to China, we should be seeing cases in African countries as well.  

because in africa they laugh at caronavirus... they have shit over there that makes caronavirus look like a dinner coctail.

 

2/26/20 7:55 PM
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EVILYOSHIDA - in the long run this will be good for China

banning the trade of wildlife meat

MORE HYGIENE

CLEANER STREETS

LESS SPITTING

It will be a blessing in disguise actually
 

Didn't they ban the trade of wildlife meat during the SARS epidemic as well? Only to lift the ban shortly after everything went back to normal? I'd expect the same thing to happen this time around. 

2/26/20 8:52 PM
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2/26/20 8:58 PM
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China.

Change.

 

Pick one.

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Mike Pence is on top of this. The guy who believes in gay conversion therapy and who cause a spike in HIV cases when he was governor.

Thoughts and prayers for everyone should help!

 

Good to see Trump following his own advice again 

2/27/20 7:04 AM
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Mike Pence is on top of this. The guy who believes in gay conversion therapy and who cause a spike in HIV cases when he was governor.

Thoughts and prayers for everyone should help!

 

Good to see Trump following his own advice again 

How long did it take you to look through 6 years of tweets to find that quote?

2/27/20 2:22 PM
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Mike Pence is on top of this. The guy who believes in gay conversion therapy and who cause a spike in HIV cases when he was governor.

Thoughts and prayers for everyone should help!

 

Good to see Trump following his own advice again 

How long did it take you to look through 6 years of tweets to find that quote?


Someone else did the work on Twitter, I just copied it.
2/27/20 2:45 PM
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Thanks to OP for the updates!

2/27/20 2:56 PM
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Everything in that article has been said elsewhere.  Probably just the sun trying to increase readership. 

 

But cases outside side of China (because their numbers are not true), shows that the virus is 2-3 times more infectious and at a minimum 10x more fatal than the flu.  

The CDC has said that ~80% of cases are treatable at home and ~20% require hospitalization.  Harvard epidemiologists have said that 40-70% of the world will have the virus by year end.  Even at the 1% death rate (low end of the range) that will be 10s of millions of dead people.  

 

More troubling is hospitals.  Even assuming all healthcare workers show up to work, in the US that would be 20+ million people, at the low end, requiring multi week hospital level care, this year. Here, there are 925,000 beds available in the entire country.  How do those people get care? What about the rest of the people who need care for other issues? The army mobilized to build field hospitals?  Who staffs them to treat 20+ million people?

 

china is having this very problem.  When their real numbers come out, it will show how inadequate their care was. 

 

So yeah, if this completely runs wild, most of us will live, but the rapid death of millions worldwide will be a problem and many more will die because good care wasn’t available due to he system being overloaded. 

Thanks China, for manufacturing the disease and being stupid enough to let it escape your bio lab.

This is scary as shit. I wonder how Harvard got those numbers ? That's definitely enough ppl to definitely impact the entire economy. Better start stocking up on bottled water and other items as the grocery stores will be absolutely massacred. Hell here in Texas , gas stations were running out of gas over hurricane Michael. That actually got out of hand as ppl had to stay home from work.... Just imagine if they can't contain this virus by years end.

2/27/20 2:57 PM
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Big jump today:

 

Coronavirus Cases:

82,765 

view by country

Deaths:

2,817

Recovered:

33,350

ACTIVE CASES 

46,598

Currently Infected Patients

38,127 (82%) 

in Mild Condition


8,471 (18%) 

Serious or Critical


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2/27/20 3:00 PM
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Good work OP

2/27/20 3:47 PM
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Big jump today:

 

Coronavirus Cases:

82,765 

view by country

Deaths:

2,817

Recovered:

33,350

ACTIVE CASES 

46,598

Currently Infected Patients

38,127 (82%) 

in Mild Condition


8,471 (18%) 

Serious or Critical


Show Graph

Jan 22Feb 03Feb 15Jan 26Jan 30Feb 07Feb 11Feb 19Feb 23050k100k

Show Statistics

3k more recovered to only 50 more deaths is certainly on the right track.  

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2/27/20 5:16 PM
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none of these people actually tecovered. they developed symptoms again.

Source of your claim? None recovered? I don’t believe you. There are strict conditions to be as recovered. You have to be symptom free through multiple tests.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8029679/Recovered-coronavirus-patient-tests-positive-10-days-self-isolation.html

1) this is one case, not every single instance of a recovery

2) this case was from China, and Experts suspected that doctors had not given the patient accurate virus tests before declaring his recovery.

here's another report

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/coronavirus-bombshell-14-patients-who-21588972

Coronavirus bombshell as 14% of patients who recovered test positive again

 

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*****TODAY’S UPDATE*******

 

 

NORTH AMERICA 

  • 1 new case in Canada (Ontario): the husband of the previously confirmed case in Toronto. [source

 

EUROPE and MIDDLE EAST 

  • 3 new cases in Germany:
    - 1 person in Hamburg
    - 1 person in Hesse
    - a man in Bavaria, from Middle Franconia, who was in contact with an Italian man later diagnosed with COVID-19. [source]
  • 1 new case in Iraq, first in Baghdad, a man who had recently visited Iran. [source]
  • 1st in San Marino, an 88-year old man who has been hospitalized in Rimini, Italy. [source]
  •  1st case in the Netherlands: a person who had recently visited Lombardy, Italy. He is hospitalized in Tilburg. [source
  • 3 new cases in Norway: [source
    - 2 persons in Oslo who are connected to the outbreak in Italy
    - 1 person in Bærum who is linked to the outbreak in Iran
  • 12 new cases in Spain, including: 
    - a person in critical condition in Madrid. [source] [source] [source
    - a 22-year-old woman from Tenerife who went to Milan, Italy between Feb. 19 and Feb. 23. She is in mild condition 
    - 1 person in Barcelona who had been to Italy
    - 9 people in Valencia who had been to Italy
  • 1 new case in the UK (the first in Northern Ireland): a person who had travelled to Northern Italy. He is hospitalized at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast. [source
  • 3 new cases in Austria (first in Vienna): [source
    - a 72 year old man in Vienna who is seriously ill
    - a couple (with two children showing mild symptoms awaiting test results) in Vienna who had recently been on a family vacation in Lombardy, Italy
  • 20 new cases in France, including: [source
    - 12 diagnosed on a military base in the department of Oise, "linked together by a chain of contamination."
  • 5 new cases in Sweden: [source
    - 1 middle-aged woman in Stockholm who had visited Iran.
    - 1 woman in Uppsala who had been to Germany where she had first developed symptoms.
    - 2 persons in their 30s in Västra Götaland who had had contacts with a previously confirmed case who had been to Italy.
    - 1 person in Västra Götaland who had recently been to Northern Italy.
  • 14 new cases in Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia): they’re in good health and have been quarantined at home. [source
  •  180 new cases and 5 new deaths in Italy. Among the 472 active cases from an earlier report, 159 (34%) are hospitalized and 37 (8%) are in intensive care. [source
  • Italy has now relaxed its testing criteria: contacts linked to confirmed cases or recent travelers to outbreak areas will not be tested anymore, unless they show symptoms. [source] See: comparison with other countries
  • About 60% of new cases (31 out of 54) diagnosed in Europe outside of Italy in the last 4 days (from Feb. 24 to Feb. 27) had recently traveled to Northern Italy.
  • Israel’s Ministry of Health is mandating a 14-day quarantine for all travelers who have visited Italy in the past 14 days. The decree takes effect immediately and is retroactive and, therefore, effective as of February 13th. In order to contain the spread of COVID-19, Israel had already ordered a 14-day home quarantine for travelers coming from China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore and Thailand. The Health Ministry also issued a travel warning asking Israeli citizens to refrain from traveling abroad. “If you don’t genuinely have to fly — don’t do so,” the Ministry said in a statement. [source] [source]
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  • 2 new cases in Oman, both had traveled to Iran. [source] [source]
  • 6 new cases in the United Arab Emirates: the country has suspended all flights from and to Iran. 
  • 1 new case in Lebanon: a man arriving from Iran on Feb. 24. [source
  • 2 new cases in Greece (Athens and Thessaloniki): [source
    - the child of a 38-year-old woman in Thessaloniki who had been diagnosed on Feb. 26. 
    - a woman in Athens who had recently travelled to Milan.
  • 1 new case in Israel: an Israeli citizen who came back from Italy. [source
  •  106 new cases and 7 new deaths in Iran.
  • 2 new cases in the UK: "the virus was passed on in Italy and Tenerife and the patients have been transferred to specialist NHS centers in Royal Liverpool Hospital and Royal Free Hospital, London," reports DHSC. [source
  • 4 new case in Switzerland, including: 
    - 2 Italian children who were on vacation in the canton of Graubünden. They have been hospitalized, show symptoms but are in good health.
    - A 26-year old man in Canto Aargau who had travelled on business to Verona, Italy a week ago. 
    - a 28-year-old man who had returned 3 days ago from Milan, Italy. He presents mild symptoms and is currently hospitalized at Geneva University Hospital. Around 15 contacts of the man have been placed in quarantine at their homes. This is the second case in Switzerland, both with recent travel history to Milan or Lombardy, in Italy. [source] [source
  • 1 new case in Spain (Valencia): a 44-year-old male who traveled to Milan to watch the Champions League match between Atalanta and Valencia of Feb. 19. [source
  • 1st case in Estonia: a resident of Iran in Estonia who came from Riga (Latvia) by bus and "called an ambulance upon arriving at the bus station" said Minister of Social Affairs Tanel Kiik. The patient is being treated in the infectious clinic at West Tallinn Central Hospital.
  • 1st case in Denmark: a TV 2 employee who came home from a ski vacation with his family in Lombardy, Italy (Chiesa in Valmalenco in the province of Sondrio) 3 days ago on Feb. 24 departing from the Malpensa airport in Milan. He bagan showing symptoms of cough and fever on the morning of Feb. 26. [source]
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2/27/20 6:37 PM
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As the news feed is brought up to par, the rest of today's updates will be added below. 

ASIA

  • The Japanese government is asking all schools in the country to close beginning March 2nd until April. In Osaka, schools have already been asked to close from Feb.29 until Mar. 13. About 13.7 million children and 38,000 schools will be affected. [source
  • 3 new cases in Singapore, including a 12-year-old. 66 out of 96 cases have so far recovered from the infection. [source
  •  505 new cases (of which 422, or 84%, in Daegu) and 1 death in South Korea. The number of new cases in South Korea has topped China for the first time (China has reported 433 new cases for Feb. 26 [source]). This number is expected to further increase in the coming days as health authorities have started testing more than 210,000 members of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus in Daegu, attended by the 31st case (a possible "super spreader") and which accounts for more than half of the country's 1,766 total cases to date. [source] [source
  • 433 new cases and 29 new deaths (of which 26 in Hubei) occurred in China on Feb. 26, as reported by the National Health Commission (NHC) of China. [source

[back to top ?]

2/27/20 7:14 PM
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Cire -

Big jump today:

 

Coronavirus Cases:

82,765 

view by country

Deaths:

2,817

Recovered:

33,350

ACTIVE CASES 

46,598

Currently Infected Patients

38,127 (82%) 

in Mild Condition


8,471 (18%) 

Serious or Critical


Show Graph

Jan 22Feb 03Feb 15Jan 26Jan 30Feb 07Feb 11Feb 19Feb 23050k100k

Show Statistics

This thing seems to be tracking closer to a 4% mortality rate.

2/27/20 7:17 PM
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Too late 

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  • 2 new cases in Oman, both had traveled to Iran. [source] [source]
  • 6 new cases in the United Arab Emirates: the country has suspended all flights from and to Iran. 
  • 1 new case in Lebanon: a man arriving from Iran on Feb. 24. [source
  • 2 new cases in Greece (Athens and Thessaloniki): [source
    - the child of a 38-year-old woman in Thessaloniki who had been diagnosed on Feb. 26. 
    - a woman in Athens who had recently travelled to Milan.
  • 1 new case in Israel: an Israeli citizen who came back from Italy. [source
  •  106 new cases and 7 new deaths in Iran.
  • 2 new cases in the UK: "the virus was passed on in Italy and Tenerife and the patients have been transferred to specialist NHS centers in Royal Liverpool Hospital and Royal Free Hospital, London," reports DHSC. [source
  • 4 new case in Switzerland, including: 
    - 2 Italian children who were on vacation in the canton of Graubünden. They have been hospitalized, show symptoms but are in good health.
    - A 26-year old man in Canto Aargau who had travelled on business to Verona, Italy a week ago. 
    - a 28-year-old man who had returned 3 days ago from Milan, Italy. He presents mild symptoms and is currently hospitalized at Geneva University Hospital. Around 15 contacts of the man have been placed in quarantine at their homes. This is the second case in Switzerland, both with recent travel history to Milan or Lombardy, in Italy. [source] [source
  • 1 new case in Spain (Valencia): a 44-year-old male who traveled to Milan to watch the Champions League match between Atalanta and Valencia of Feb. 19. [source
  • 1st case in Estonia: a resident of Iran in Estonia who came from Riga (Latvia) by bus and "called an ambulance upon arriving at the bus station" said Minister of Social Affairs Tanel Kiik. The patient is being treated in the infectious clinic at West Tallinn Central Hospital.
  • 1st case in Denmark: a TV 2 employee who came home from a ski vacation with his family in Lombardy, Italy (Chiesa in Valmalenco in the province of Sondrio) 3 days ago on Feb. 24 departing from the Malpensa airport in Milan. He bagan showing symptoms of cough and fever on the morning of Feb. 26. [source]
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The last one (Chiesa in Valmalenco) is about 20 km from where i live. He probably caught it at the airport in Milan though.

2/27/20 8:08 PM
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SHUT DOWN AIR Travel for starters and lock the borders. Shouldn't be that hard if you have the will to do it. The world doesn't unfortunately.
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Liyon - SHUT DOWN AIR Travel for starters and lock the borders. Shouldn't be that hard if you have the will to do it. The world doesn't unfortunately.

Unfortunately shutting down air travel would collapse the economy completely.  Too many smaller businesses supplying the airlines.

2/27/20 8:24 PM
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Liyon - SHUT DOWN AIR Travel for starters and lock the borders. Shouldn't be that hard if you have the will to do it. The world doesn't unfortunately.

too late... probably wouldn’t be a long term solution anyway