Officially called the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), the contagion is a respiratory illness, a new type of viral pneumonia, in the same family of infections as SARS and MERS.
It highly contagious. It’s of a factor many, many time contagious than any other known virus.
Indeed, if we compare how SARS spread out in 2002-2003, it is hard not to notice how much more contagious nCoV-2019 is compared to SARS.
It took SARS three months to reach to the point of 300 cases between November 2002 and February 2003. In the climax of SARS, the daily number of newly registered cases in Mainland China never exceeded 200 cases.
In comparison, on 28th January 2020 alone, 1459 new cases of nCoV-2019 were reported nationwide, including 315 cases in Wuhan. In just a week between 20-28 January, the number of patients with nCoV-2019 exceeded the number of all SARS patients confirmed in Mainland China between 2002-2004!
Mainland China had just 5327 cases of SARS, but nCoV-2019 already had 5974 registered cases by the end of January 28th, 2020.
Taken alone, it’s just “another” viral agent. Only this time it’s much stronger. However, taken in context with other events, systems, and considerations, it points to some very serious conclusions – conclusions that are far too hard to ignore.
Everything seemingly points to biowarfare being waged against China.
No nation would be so crazy, so stupid, so insane, so evil…as to launch a very deadly WMD inside a nuclear-armed world power on their most important holiday. Right?
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