17.02.20 05:45 ET
This morning the public will awake to happy talk that the n-Cov19 crisis in China is peaking and that the number of cases are not increasing at the pace initially seen with the outbreak. I caution everyone to stop believing the unicorns and propaganda coming from the Chinese Communist government regarding statistics. They are ordering people back to work to save their economic goals regardless of the consequences of further intensifying the already deadly domestic pandemic.
Add in the following story from the Global Times of China, and it should rightfully set off alarm bells for every member of the CDC and WHO plus cause my readers to rapidly finish any preparations they may take personally for what could become a global pandemic:
Unusual COVID-19 cases discovered in Henan, infection sources unknown, showing strong contagiosity
The title seems innocuous enough as Henan is the neighboring province to the origin of the disease in Hubei province. It was what happened regarding the duration until the individuals became ill that should scare the hell out of everyone:
Two unusual COVID-19 cases were reported in Xinxian county in Central China’s Henan Province on Sunday, which shows strong contagiosity and whose sources of infection could not be determined.
The county has announced it will prolong the quarantine period for people who had been to Wuhan or contacted with Wuhan residents from 14 days to 21 days after discovering the two cases.
One of the two patients, surnamed Wu, was confirmed to have been infected 34 days after returning from Wuhan, Hubei Province. Wu returned to Xinxian on January 14 and went to hospital on January 28. Wu took three nucleic acid tests before being diagnosed.
During this period, Wu attended two family dinner parties and came into contact with 10 people, two of whom have been confirmed to be infected and another three are suspected of being infected.
The other patient, surnamed Ning, was confirmed to be infected 94 days after coming into contact with his father-in-law, surnamed Zhang, who had been to a Wuhan hospital for medical treatment.
Ning began to live with and take care of Zhang on November 13, then moved back to his own home on January 31 after Zhang passed away.
Zhang only left his home three times to go to the supermarket and pharmacy until going to the hospital on January 14.
94 days? That destroys the narrative that the food market in Wuhan had anything to do with this plus also reflects that the lie about the first cases appearing in early December, which shall be discussed in another article here later today. If the incubation period lasts more than 30 days, all current government preparations are invalidated and the economic consequences will reverberate far beyond the typical flu season.
This brings into question every quarantine action assigned to recent visitors to China or for individuals who have been in contact with others who were infected. Indeed, 14 days may not be enough as the Chinese government has already increased it to 21 days and that too may not be enough time for the infection to appear, thus allowing asymptomatic individuals to spread it further.
Buckle up boys and girls, it’s about to get very ugly on a global scale if this is just the tip of the iceberg.
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