!!! China Locks-Down City of Wuhan over Virus; Police Blocking ALL
ROADS In & Out.
The recent outbreak of a strange new virus in the city of Wuhan, China is spreading like wildfire. Overnight, the death toll DOUBLED. Authorities in China have now invoked a Public Health Law ORDERING the wearing of filter masks by anyone in public!
WORSE: Infected people are being handled with LEVEL FOUR (4) Bio-Hazard protocols [Highest level] as show in the photo below from Russia taken today . . .
One of the passengers who was hospitalized from Pulkovo Airport in Russia, with suspected Chinese coronavirus, was taken away by doctors in protective suits. The stretcher was covered with an airtight dome. The premises of the airport, to which the man arrived, have already been processed by
And THIS photo of a patient inside China from two days ago:
The government of Wuhan, China has announced on its Twitter feed they are invoking the Public Health Law, and ORDERING anyone out in public to wear a filter mask to protect against spread of the virus!
You can’t make this up. In light of the outbreak of #WuhanPneumonia, Wuhan authorities have announced it is now a crime to NOT WEAR a mask in public. Public place owners should demand visitors wear masks before entering. Refusal is a prosecutable offence. #AntiNoMaskLaw
In Singapore, Guardian, one of the major pharmacies with about 115 stores island-wide, said sales of masks have quadrupled in the last two weeks. Meanwhile, sales of hand sanitizers and thermometers have tripled in the same period.
Its spokesman added that it does have sufficient stocks of the items at all its stores.
Watsons said it has seen more sales of masks, thermometers, Vitamin C and sanitizers recently, without elaborating. It said it is taking steps to ensure enough supply to meet consumer demand.
A Watsons employee at its National University Hospital Medical Center outlet said that the store’s masks were sold out two days ago and that she is not sure when new stock will be coming in.
At Junction 8, both the Watsons and Unity Pharmacy outlets had run out of both N95 and surgical masks.
Customers flocked to the Guardian outlet in the basement, where boxes of N95 masks were lined up behind the counter. Each box contains 20 masks, and costs $38.
Making this situation very much worse is China’s national holiday to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The country literally grinds to a halt this time each year, which is the only “vacation” most Chinese get during the year.
The perfect storm…
. Many super spreaders are already suspected.
The fact that Chinese Health Authorities are mandating the wearing of masks in public means this virus is already out of control.
Mandating droplet precautions for every person out in public is serious, and people will start to panic soon. Especially when they run out of masks.
Where are you going to find 11 million masks for the population of Wuhan, China? And as this virus continues to spread, where will you find masks for all those people too?
China’s deadly coronavirus may have the same death rate as Spanish flu, an expert has warned.
Deaths from the new virus rose to 17 on Wednesday with hundreds of cases now confirmed, increasing fears of widespread contagion.
The previously unknown, flu-like coronavirus strain is believed to have emerged from an animal market in central Wuhan city, with cases now detected as far away as the United States.
The Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 is widely regarded as “the deadliest in history”, and is believed to have infected around 500 million people worldwide and
Chinese officials have confirmed 440 cases of the new coronavirus strain – 2019-nCoV – so far, with 17 deaths.
Based on existing data, it is said to have a 2% death rate. This means that for every 50 people who catch the infection, one will statistically die.
To put this into context, around one in every 1,000 who develop flu die, giving it a death rate of 0.1%.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned there is no specific treatment for coronaviruses
If the infection triggers pneumonia, doctors work to combat the complication.
When a virus is to blame – like 2019-nCoV – pneumonia may be treated via “antiviral medication”, according to the American Lung Association.
Yet, Professor Horby argued there is “no effective anti-viral”.
For people elsewhere . . . . When a biological Quarantine is enacted, Health Authorities cannot lift that Quarantine until TWO FULL INCUBATION PERIODS have elapsed. There are still varying reports about the actual incubation period of THIS virus; some say four days, others say two weeks.
IF IT IS TWO WEEKS, then you have the initial Quarantine of two weeks, followed by another FOUR WEEKS where (hopefully) there are no new cases.
If YOU could not go out for a total of 6 weeks, do YOU have enough food in your house to feed yourself and your family? If not, what do you think you would do? You can’t go out under penalty of arrest. No one can come deliver to you because stores are all closed. So what do you do?
VIDEO OF ROAD BLOCKS
And another Police Road Block:
Third Roadblock Video:
No people in #Wuhan, C China’s Hubei will be allowed to leave the city starting 10 a.m. of Jan. 23. Train stations and airport will shut down; the city bus, subway, ferry and long-distance shuttle bus will also be temporarily closed: local authority #WuhanPneumonia #coronavirus
One Chinese source warned that the pattern of new cases suggest the ‘first wave’ of the virus’s spread across China has finished, and a ‘second wave’ will soon be discovered in Chengdu, Hainan, Kunming, Xiamen and Nanning
Intelligence Sources have detremined that a total of ~ of 2019-nCoV in Wuhan City () had onset of symptoms (the last reported onset date of any case).
US Pentagon has actually pulled CONPLAN 8888 off the shelves for updating!
food market where China’s deadly virus surfaced was a smorgasbord of
exotic wildlife ranging from wolf pups to species linked to previous
pandemics such as civets, according to vendor information and a
Chinese media report.
Huanan Seafood Market in the central city of Wuhan came under greater
scrutiny on Wednesday (Jan 22) as Chinese officials said that the
virus which has so far killed nine people and infected hundreds may
have originated in a wild animal sold at the food emporium.
deadly epidemics have been blamed on wild animals – severe acute
respiratory syndrome (Sars) was linked to Chinese consumption of
civet meat – setting the Chinese authorities up for potential
embarrassment if lax supervision of wildlife trafficking is found at
fault in the latest outbreak.
price list circulating on China’s Internet for a business at the
Wuhan market lists a menagerie of animals or animal-based products,
including live foxes, crocodiles, wolf puppies, giant salamanders,
snakes, rats, peacocks, porcupines, camel meat and other game – 112
items in all.
slaughtered, frozen and delivered to your door,” said the price
list for the vendor, “Wild Game Animal Husbandry for the