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This video is primarily ‘historically informative’ and just defines the virus itself – so I considered it educational backgrounding on the CORONA VIRUS (CoV). BUT GENERALLY SPEAKING WHEN IT COMES TO THE DISSEMINATION, SPREAD, CASE COUNTS, THERAPIES and CURRENT STATUS OF THE LETHALITY – BEWARE!! ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ’€

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Basic information about the novel Coronarvirus, currently in China. Coronaviruses (CoV) A large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe respiratory diseases. A new novel virus identified from humans 29th December 2019, 2019-nCoV Human respiratory viral infections Cold often caused by rhinovirus Influenza (flu) caused by influenza virus.

Coronaviruses virion CoV is a single stranded RNA Protein envelope (protein shell or capsid) Crown shaped virions Less than 100 nm Coronaviruses are zoonotic MERS Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, 2012 SARS Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, 2003 Novel previously unidentified in humans, 2019 โ€“ nCoV Clinical features Fever 98% Cough 76% Myalgia or fatigue 44% Sputum production 28% Headache 8% Haemoptysis 5% Diarrhoea 3% Dyspnoea 55% Severe acute respiratory infection โ€“ pneumonia Acute respiratory distress syndrome.

Radiology Median duration from illness onset to dyspnoea 8ยท0 days Median time from onset of symptoms to first hospital admission 7ยท0 days Time from onset of symptoms to mechanical ventilation was 10ยท5 days Leucopenia less than 4โ€ˆร—โ€ˆ109/L 25% Lymphopenia less than 1ยท0โ€ˆร—โ€ˆ109/L 63% Transmission Direct from animals, vectors Human to human Droplet, nasal or mouth mucosa, eyes Coughs and sneezes spread diseases – over 2 metres Catch it – bin it – kill it Surfaces – hands – mucous membranes Virus contained in an envelope, so virus can stay dormant for 5 days Fomites Closed environments, less likely outside.



  1. Or all of the above – nuclear, chemical, air pollution and viral – just came crashing down and they needed a huge, drastic diversion. About WHO. I have a serious dichotometric issue with them – on the one hand since they played a LARGE DOMINANT role at the design, specification, research and construction of the Weapon they are guilty of its creation in the first place – they are part of the Axis of Evil. Yet, on the other hand as long as they are showing off their ‘proud new baby’ to the world with all it pimples and blemishes, no one knows better; What it is, How it works and the overall DEFCON level status of the Weapon itself in real time. They remain the most valuable ‘source point’ for a ‘deep dive’ into its Medical Entomology. So I have no choice but to visit their site daily and educate myself – they are so proud and willing to share ALL THEIR DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS!! LOL ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’€

    Here’s a useful tool for you to watch, it’s updated in real-time and is said to be the ONLY tool of it’s kind that is reliable and timely.. and some also rans too: Ah.. uh.. Well how about that? – it looks like WHO has “pulled” their tool from public access and instead is providing the framework to Universities and Research Institutes to put THEIR name on it while at the same time ‘watering it down’ with data from the likes of CDC, US DEPT of HEALTH, etc. In any case – unless my search is flawed somehow – I doubt it – WHOs tool is no longer available online to the public:

    Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering:

    More tools using WHO data:

  2. Thanks. Good to know the symptoms, especially the fever as symptom. And, that it lives on surfaces for 5 days. I think most things die on clean dry surfaces in one week. Some hepatitis may be two weeks. It dawned on me yesterday, that a novel virus and quarantine would be a good cover for deaths due to chemical leaks, air pollution or nuclear disaster.

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