The SARS Epidemic And Its Aftermath In China: Written In 2003~ Deja Poo

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If you were to read this in it's entirety....

In November 2002, a form of atypical pneumonia called severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) began spreading rapidly around the world, prompting the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare the ailment “a worldwide health threat.” At the epicenter of the outbreak was China, where the outbreak of SARS infected more than 5,300 people and killed 349 nationwide

The initial failure to inform the public heightened anxieties, fear, and widespread speculation. On February 8, reports about a “deadly flu” began to be sent via short messages on mobile phones in Guangzhou. In the evening, words like bird flu and anthrax started to appear on some local Internet sites (South China Morning Post, 2003). On February 10, a circular appeared in the local media that acknowledged the presence of the disease and listed some preventive measures, including improving ventilation, using vinegar fumes to disinfect the air, and washing hands frequently.

...the months, failure to inform public, inform other countries, contact WHO...etc

All these fucking protocols were put in place because of China's actions, yet, in 2009,
there was a pandemic I don't even remember...why...we didn't wear masks and shut down the country

Again, here we are 2020 and the story is basically verbatim with something written back in 2003

Now, why aren't we talking about this Swine flu...it's being reported now...finally
but, truth is, this is old news and has been ongoing since nov/dec 2019 and co circulating
with what they are calling SARS 2

I'm so fucking beyond fed up already

 

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I posted a lot of information on the 2003 SARs early on in this nonsense........That SARs outbreak was studied ever since.............and why they already knew a lot about SARs..........Many Universities like the University of Alabama Birmingham had grants to study these......University of Nebraska as well comes to mind.

This is why they used malaria drugs early on because of research for almost 2 decades.........A simple cheap drug used since 1954.

You need to look at the Hong Kong study and how it started in the bathroom and spread threw the apartment complex......and how it spread building to building.......a private group did the studies on that and it wasn't backed up by the CDC or WHO...........WONDER WHY LOL

 

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