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    Post-Coronavirus Future? Injectable Biosensors, A.I. Virus Detection, Robots and a Cashless Society

    Next year, if the FDA approves it, a military biosensor designed by Profusa and backed by DARPA could help spot new infections weeks before symptoms begin to even show.

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    What makes black rain? Ash in the atmosphere. Like someone burning lots of bodies in China.

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    Singapore & South Korea Numbers Suggest Coronavirus Can be Controlled

    Cases already on the decline.



    Numbers out of Singapore, South Korea and even China which show cases leveling off and declining suggest that coronavirus can be controlled without millions of people in the west becoming infected.

    Despite widespread panic buying and a financial market collapse, figures from these three countries suggest COVID-19 can be successfully combated if the right measures are taken.

    According to the country’s health minister, South Korea has “passed the peak” of coronavirus infections and is now seeing a decline in cases. Despite suffering more than 7,300 coronavirus infections and 50 deaths, cases in recent days are on the downturn. 448 new cases were recorded on March 7, 272 cases on March 8 and 165 cases on March 9.




    The World Health Organization has also praised Singapore’s response to the outbreak. Despite the country recording 160 cases there have been zero deaths and 93 of the victims have already been discharged. New cases are also on the decline.

    While the claims of the Communist Party should always be treated with a grain of salt, it also appears that worst of the coronavirus is over for China. Chinese President Xi Jinping said today that the ‘tide has turned’ with the number of new infections “dropping dramatically in recent weeks,” reports AFP.

    With state media claiming the last of Wuhan’s 16 makeshift hospitals had closed, Xi asserted the spread of coronavirus “has been basically curbed in Hubei province and its capital city Wuhan.” China reported only 17 new cases of coronavirus in Wuhan on Tuesday, the lowest figure since it began publishing data.

    According to Alfred Wu, associate professor at the National University of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, the “outbreak has basically ended in China.” However, these numbers won’t provide much comfort to Italy, which has now gone under a total quarantine having recorded more than a thousand new coronavirus cases in each of the last three days.

    Meanwhile, Russia, which closed most of its border early on, has recorded only 20 coronavirus cases and zero deaths. Most of the victims have already recovered.


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    Calling the Corona-virus "Chinese coronavirus" or "Wuhan Virus"
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    the well-documented history of establishment media outlets using the phrases “Chinese Coronavirus,” “Chinese Virus,” “China Coronavirus, the “Wuhan Virus,” and “Wuhan Coronavirus” ...
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    Will the Coronavirus Kill the New World Order?

    Dr. Brian Monahan, attending physician of Congress, told a closed meeting of Senate staffers this week that 70 million to 150 million Americans — a third of the nation — could contract the coronavirus. Dr. Anthony Fauci testified that the mortality rate for COVID-19 will likely run near 1%.

    Translation: Between 750,000 and 1.1 million Americans may die of this disease before it runs its course. The latter figure is equal to all the U.S. dead in World War II and on both sides in the Civil War.

    Chancellor Angela Merkel warns that 70% of Germany’s population — 58 million people — could contract the coronavirus. If she is right, and Fauci’s mortality rate holds for her country, that could mean more than half a million dead Germans.

    Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis called Merkel’s remark “unhelpful” and said it could cause panic. But Harvard epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch seemed to support Merkel, saying between 40% and 70% of the world’s population could become infected.

    Again, if Fauci’s 1% mortality rate and Lipsitch’s estimate prove on target, between 3 billion and 5 billion people on earth will be infected, and 30 million to 50 million will die, a death toll greater than that of the Spanish Flu of 1918.

    There is, however, some contradictory news.

    China, with 81,000 cases, has noted a deceleration in new cases and South Korea appears to be gradually containing the spread of the virus.

    Yet, Italy, with its large elderly population, may be a harbinger of what is to come in the West.

    As of Thursday, Italy had reported 12,000 cases and 827 deaths, a mortality rate of nearly 7%. This suggests that the unreported and undetected infections in shutdown Italy are far more numerous.

    In the U.S., the death toll at this writing is 39, a tiny fraction of the annual toll of tens of thousands who die of the flu.

    But the problem is this: COVID-19 has not nearly run its course in the USA, while the reaction in society and the economy approaches what we might expect from a boiling national disaster.

    The stock market has plunged further and faster than it did in the Great Crash of 1929. Trillions of dollars in wealth have vanished. If Sen. Bernie Sanders does not like “millionaires and billionaires,” he should be pleased. There are far fewer of them today than there were when he won the New Hampshire primary.

    What does the future hold?

    It may one day be said that the coronavirus delivered the deathblow to the New World Order, to a half-century of globalization, and to the era of interdependence of the world’s great nations.

    Tourism, air travel, vacation cruises, international gatherings and festivals are already shutting down. Travel bans between countries and continents are being imposed. Conventions, concerts and sporting events are being canceled. Will the Tokyo Olympics go forward? If they do, will all the anticipated visitors from abroad come to Japan to enjoy the games?

    Trump has issued a one-month travel ban on Europe.

    As for the “open borders” crowd, do Democrats still believe that breaking into our country should no longer be a crime, and immigrants arriving illegally should be given free health care, a proposition to which all the Democratic debaters raised their hands?

    The ideological roots of our free trade era can be traced to the mid-19th century when its great evangelist, Richard Cobden, rose at Free Trade Hall in Manchester on Jan. 15, 1846, and rhapsodized:

    “I see in the Free Trade principle that which shall act on the moral world as the principle of gravitation in the universe — drawing men together, thrusting aside the antagonism of race, and creed, and language, and uniting us in the bonds of eternal peace.”

    In the pre-Trump era, Republicans held hands with liberal Democrats in embracing NAFTA, GATT, the WTO and most-favored-nation trade privileges for China.

    In retrospect, was it wise to have relied on China to produce essential parts for the supply chains of goods vital to our national security? Does it appear wise to have moved the production of pharmaceuticals and lifesaving drugs for heart disease, strokes and diabetes to China? Does it appear wise to have allowed China to develop a virtual monopoly on rare earth minerals crucial to the development of weapons for our defense?

    In this coronavirus pandemic, people now seem to be looking for authoritative leaders and nations seem to be looking out for their own peoples first. Would Merkel, today, invite a million Syrian refugees into Germany no matter the conditions under which they were living in Syria and Turkey?

    Is not the case now conclusive that we made a historic mistake when we outsourced our economic independence to rely for vital necessities upon nations that have never had America’s best interests at heart?

    Which rings truer today? We are all part of mankind, all citizens of the world. Or that it’s time to put America and Americans first!
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    Parents are not Playing Around with Coronavirus



    There is so much absurdity in such a short period of time. The goddamn government and malicious is causing stupid parents to spray their children in the face with lysol.

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    “Panic” in Switzerland. All schools and universities are closed until April and this summer, respectively. Public transportation is strongly discouraged. Gathering more than 100 people is prohibited and restaurants cannot have more than 50 people at the same time, including employees. The country is now 8th in the world in terms of cases and has became one of the countries with the fastest growing number of cases these last days thanks to nearby Italy. The first case was a Swiss from the Italian-speaking part who visited Milan but 76000 Northern Italians cross the border every day to work in Switzerland. The government didn’t think it was necessary to close the border 3 weeks ago ($)... 1100 people has been infected so far and epidemiologists think than it wouldn’t be surprising if more than 10,000 people could be infected in the near future. They now closed the border with Italy but not for workers and it’s too late anyway. I remember when they told us three weeks ago that there was no need for any particular steps to check the epidemic as there were no cases so far...

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    I thought it was cool when I tested positive for coronavirus.

    An American woman who has recovered from the novel coronavirus has a simple message for people who are worried: Don’t panic — but do think about highrisk individuals and stay home if you feel ill.

    Elizabeth Schneider lives in Seattle, which has the most deaths in the US from the disease. The 37-year-old, who has a PhD in bioengineering, said she was sharing her story “to give people a little bit of hope”.

    Schneider first began experiencing flu-like symptoms on February 25, three days after going to a party that was later identified as the place where at least five other people also got infected.

    Assuming she would be turned down for the coronavirus test, she enrolled herself in a research programme called the Seattle Flu Study, which sent her a nasal swab kit. On March 7, the team called her up and told her she had tested positive for Covid-19. “I was a little bit pleasantly surprised, because I thought it was a little bit cool,” Schneider said, laughing, though her mother cried when she told her.

    “I probably would not have felt that way if I was severely ill,” she said. “But from a scientific curiosity perspective, I thought it was very interesting.” However, by then, her symptoms had subsided, and she was told by local health authorities to remain at home for at least seven days after the onset of symptoms or 72 hours after they subsided. It’s now been a week since she’s felt better.
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    Woman who recovered from virus says don’t panic but be mindful of others

    An American woman who recovered from the novel coronavirus has a simple message for people who are worried: don’t panic – but do think about people at high risk of contracting the virus and stay home if you feel ill.

    Elizabeth Schneider, 37, lives in Seattle, the biggest city in Washington state, which has the most deaths in the United States from the disease sweeping across the world.

    Ms Schneider, who has a doctorate in bioengineering, said she was sharing her story “to give people a little bit of hope” through her own relatively mild experience with the infection.

    But, she said, “obviously, it’s not something to be completely nonchalant about, because there are a lot of people who are senior citizens or have underlying health conditions”.

    “That means that we need to be extra vigilant about staying home, isolating ourselves from others.”

    Ms Schneider first began experiencing flu-like symptoms on February 25, three days after going to a party that was later identified as the place where at least five other people became infected. By midday, she felt a headache coming on, with a fever and body aches. She left work and went home.

    After waking up from a nap, Ms Schneider found she had a high temperature, which peaked at 39.4°C.

    “And at that point, I started to shiver uncontrollably, and I was getting the chills and getting tingling in my extremities, so that was a little concerning,” she said.

    She turned to over-the-counter flu medications to treat the symptoms but the fever began to recede in the coming days.

    She had a flu shot but assumed her illness was a different strain. A visit to the doctor would result only in her being asked to go home, rest and drink plenty of fluids.

    A few days later, however, she discovered that several people who had been at the party had all developed similar symptoms, and she became more suspicious.

    Several of these people went to their doctors, where they were found to be negative for the flu, but they were not offered coronavirus tests because, like her, they were not coughing or having trouble breathing.

    Knowing that she would also probably be turned down for the test, she decided to enrol in a research programme called the Seattle Flu Study, hoping it might provide an answer. The team sent her a nasal swab kit, which she mailed back and waited several more days.

    “I finally got a phone call from one of the research co-ordinators on Saturday, telling me ‘you have tested positive for Covid-19’,” she said.

    By this time, her symptoms had subsided and she was told to remain at home for at least seven days after the onset of symptoms or 72 hours after they subsided.

    It has now been a week since she began to feel better. She has started going out for errands but is still avoiding large gatherings. Ms Schneider said she hoped her example, which will probably be typical of most cases, could comfort others.

    “The message is don’t panic,” she said. “If you think that you have it, you probably do; you should probably get tested.

    “If your symptoms aren’t life-threatening, simply stay at home, medicate with over-thecounter medicines, drink lots of water, get a lot of rest and check out the shows you want to binge-watch,” she said.
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    Trump suspends travel from Europe to US

    US President Donald Trump has announced sweeping travel restrictions on 26 European countries in a bid to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

    The ban applies to travellers from countries which are members of the Schengen border-free travel area.

    The UK, Ireland and other non-Schengen countries are unaffected. US citizens are also exempt.

    The EU condemned the measures, which it said were taken "unilaterally and without consultation".

    The new rules go into effect on Friday at midnight EDT (0400 GMT) and mark a major escalation from the US president, who has been accused of inaction over the coronavirus.

    There are 1,135 confirmed cases of the virus across the US, with 38 deaths so far.

    Shares around the world fell further following Mr Trump's announcement. At the start of US trading, shares plunged triggering an automatic temporary suspension in trading aimed at curbing panicky selling.
    More: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-51846923

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    33 More Reasons Why The Coronavirus Is Bollocks



    They create chaos, hit hard with their media and then the public demands something be done to solve the problem. This is how they implement their "solutions."

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