March 7, 2020
The end has only just begun.
New Virulent Strain will Kill You Quicker
I told you if this mutated, we’d be in a whole new ballgame.
Well, play ball, faggot – because the mutation is here.
The coronavirus has mutated into at least two separate strains since the outbreak began in December, according to Chinese scientists.
Researchers say there are now two types of the same coronavirus infecting people – and most people seem to have caught the most aggressive form of it.
At least 94,000 people have been infected around the world and almost 3,200 have died, while 50,000 have recovered from the disease.
The team of experts from Beijing and Shanghai said 70 per cent of people have caught the most aggressive strain of the virus but that this causes such bad illness that it has struggled to spread since early January.
Now an older, milder strain seems to be becoming more common.
Knowing that the virus can mutate may make it harder to keep track of or to treat, and raises the prospect that recovered patients could become reinfected.
The experts cautioned that the study that discovered the mutation only used a tiny amount of data – 103 samples – so more research is needed, and another scientist added that it is normal for viruses to change when they jump from animals to humans.
It’s jumping from humans to animals and back to animals and back to humans again!
Dogs have it!
A pet dog belonging to a woman with COVID-19 has contracted a “low-level infection” from its owner, according to news reports.
The Pomeranian first tested “weak positive” for the virus last week, according to a statement released by the Hong Kong Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department on Feb. 28. At the time, however, scientists couldn’t determine whether the animal was truly infected or if it had only picked up traces of the virus from a contaminated surface.
The dog was taken under quarantine and inspected by experts from the University of Hong Kong, City University and the World Organisation for Animal Health, who “unanimously agreed that these results suggest that the dog has a low level of infection and it is likely to be a case of human-to-animal transmission,” according to the South China Morning Post.
There is no way out!
Spiraling Out of Control in Ameirca
There is no stopping, no slowing.
Latest @CNN reporting:
4:25 p.m: Minnesota reports first coronavirus case
5:20 p.m: First coronavirus case in Oklahoma
6:35 p.m: Connecticut reveals first coronavirus case
7:18 p.m: First coronavirus case in Kentucky reported
8:05 p.m: Nebraska reports first coronavirus case
— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) March 7, 2020
BREAKING: Hawaii reports first case of coronavirus https://t.co/eUoE2b20hL
— BNO Newsroom (@BNODesk) March 7, 2020
Minnesota has its first corona virus case. pic.twitter.com/ciM3BiMNqf
— Peter Callaghan (@CallaghanPeter) March 6, 2020
Today we have our first two confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Pennsylvania.
— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) March 6, 2020
Everyone is already infected.
There is Nowhere to Run
The whole world is covered in this disease.
You should have never done globalism.
French President Says Wrap It Up and Send It, The Game is Over
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) March 5, 2020
You never should have even tried to stop it, now you just look like an asshole and a failure.
American Hospitals Preparing for Millions of Patients
Mike Pence is lying and you SHOULD be panicking.
If you buy something, DO NOT buy toilet paper.
You need to save your stocks of food and drugs and cigarettes.
Hospitals are bracing for millions of Americans to be hospitalized as part of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The American Hospital Association, which represents thousands of hospitals and health systems, hosted a webinar in February with its member hospitals and health systems. Business Insider obtained a copy of the slides presented.
The presentation, titled “What healthcare leaders need to know: Preparing for the COVID-19” happened February 26, with representatives from the National Ebola Training and Education Center.
As part of the presentation to hospitals, Dr. James Lawler, a professor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center gave his “best guess” estimates of how much the virus might spread in the US.
These are his guesses:
- 4.8 million hospitalizations associated with the novel coronavirus
- 96 million cases overall in the US
- 480,000 deaths
- Overall, the slide points out that hospitals should prepare for an impact to the system that’s 10 times a severe flu season.
Of course actually, there are going to be many more than 480,000 deaths.
Try About 68 Million Deaths, Faggot!
The best case is 15 million.
But when have you ever gotten the best case of anything?
As coronavirus cases continue to rise around the world, a group of Australian experts predict that the economic impact of the disease in the best-case scenario may total $2.4 trillion in lost global gross domestic product.
The coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China, has killed nearly 3,300 people and infected more than 95,000. The virus, which causes a disease known as COVID-19, has spread to at least 81 countries.
More than 150 cases have been reported in the US, including 11 deaths across two states. The World Health Organization has declared the outbreak an international public-health emergency and warned that the window of opportunity to contain it is narrowing.
On Tuesday, the WHO noted that the global death rate for the novel coronavirus based on the latest figures was 3.4% — higher than earlier figures of about 2%. The WHO’s director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said the new coronavirus was “a unique virus with unique characteristics.”
While much is still unknown about the virus, the group of Australian experts has produced a warning about the impact the virus might have on people’s lives if left unchecked.
Four of the seven scenarios in the paper examine the impact of COVID-19 spreading outside China, ranging from low to high severity. A seventh scenario examines a global impact in which a mild pandemic occurs each year indefinitely.
But even in the low-severity model — or best-case scenario of the seven, which the paper acknowledged were not definitive — ANU researchers estimate a global GDP loss of $2.4 trillion, with an estimated death toll of 15 million. They modeled their estimates on the Hong Kong flu pandemic, an outbreak in 1968-1969 that is estimated to have killed about 1 million people.
In the high-severity model — modeled after the Spanish flu pandemic, which killed an estimated 17 million to 50 million globally from 1918 to 1920 — the global GDP loss could be as high as $9 trillion. In that model, the death toll is estimated to surpass 68 million.
This just goes to show that we should have voted for Ron Paul.
Because now, it’s game over, and you are absolutely going to die.
Latest /cvg/ Research
- 14% of “recovered” in Guangdong test positive again
- Virus infects bacteria, lives in guts indefinitely
- Xuzhou first case reinfected weeks after “recovery”
- r0 between 6.11 and 8.18, higher than expected
- Virus doesn’t show up on throat samples
Making Peace with God
Basically, your only option now.
Let me make this perfectly clear: you are already infected and you are going to die.