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Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by dragulagu, Jan 26, 2020.
As the old saying goes the goose is cooked.
Predictive programming from 1981. https://greatgameindia.com/wuhan-400-coronavirus-1981-novel-predicts-virus-origin/
lol that book cover
So China's numbers were incomplete (who knew....) but it's not a disaster. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-51495484 To put a realistic perspective on the situation: it's mainly China that is in problems because their infrastructure can't handle the situation. For the Western world it's much less of an issue, currently. The priority is to sustain the outbreak and to push the vaccination process asap. I'm working together with hospitals from Singapore, which is close within the outbreak vicinity, currently a general "recommended" quarantine process is active (stay at home as much as possible) https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-51480613 It's a test for humanity, to be honest. These kind of outbreaks will happen more often, as long as we -as a world population- can react fast enough accordingly, we can handle it.
I think, people gives too much of a f**k about corona and don't give a f**k about ecology. Maybe we all deserve distinction, LOL.
A lot of these videos popping up nowadays.
16 people helping others in Japan have contracted this. Over twice as many deaths as the SARS years ago. Over EIGHT times the infections than SARS years ago. 11 million people in or near Wuhan have now been quarantined from leaving.
Well, as of today it looks like death toll surpassed 2,000 with over 75,000 cases pending
What was the timeline of this virus outbreak and the street riots in China prior to its being brought to light? It seems bazaar to me that the news coverage of the protestors was gone in an instant.
The situation is deteriorating and expect there to be waves before long state side.
A few searches, if they have not all been purged, should show the extremely close proximity of the two. The protests started back in July, I think. There are protests going on now about the blockade and quarantine of 11 million people. Makes me wary of touching anything "Made in China" being exported currently. I sure wouldn't be receiving containers and such until this has ended. Nothing like playing with fire, which should kill the virus in my opinion.
It sure enough is going to give China an economic hit. Now Hong Kong is feeling economic pressures as well. Saddening any direction I view it from.
I've read China's push for economic growth may have helped turn a blind eye to properly legal procedure for health laws. This was going to happen sooner or later. Its the times we live in, growth at all costs, even people's wellbeing. The sooner this is over with though the sooner people's lives can get back to normal and trade can resume. Hopefully Xi Jinping will do a clamp down on improper conduct around health infractions after this all. Will be a good thing for the Chinese people as a whole.
Back in the PRC doesn''t have the same ring to it does it?
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