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The new Ebola scare for 2020.

SARS, Swine Flu, Bird Flu, Mad Cow...


Be afraid and look to your government to save you.
i thought there were many strains of the flu

tons more people die daily from "regular" flu strains

seems like MORE fear mongering
the flu changes and mutates every year
there is no vaccine for the flu or cure
what is the big deal?

SCAREMONGERING DELUXE

Quote:How are coronaviruses transmitted?
Like other coronaviruses – such as the common cold – the virus is spread via droplets when a person coughs or sneezes. It can also be spread when someone touches a contaminated surface such as a door handle.
Quote:Is coronavirus a cold?
A coronavirus is a kind of common virus that causes an infection in your nose, sinuses, or upper throat. Most coronaviruses are not dangerous. ... Both MERS and SARS are types of coronaviruses. But usually a coronavirus causes common cold symptoms that you can easily treat with rest and over-the-counter medication.

Coronaviruses cause teh common cold

and they tell us the common cold/flu mutates every year
I hope its just a scare. Ppl are freakin out over here. Wuhan is in lockdown now. Chinese authorities don't usually react this way and "disrupt harmony" unless they absolutely have to.

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Even Kim Jong Un is like, fuck this shit.

https://amp.scmp.com/week-asia/health-en...ll-foreign

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In the 1918 influenza pandemic 500 million caught it with 50 to 100 million people dying quickly from it. Usually the flu affects the young and the old but this 1918 strain affected the healthy and the young.

And this strain is still out there in Newfoundland graves of that era. Because it's permanently cold there, the graves there have that frozen strain still there???!!!
The 1918 strain was developed in a lab, it was the first major bioweapon of the 20th century.

WW1 was an attempt to cull the population, the Spanish flu was an attempt to get those that the war didn't
(01-23-2020 05:49 PM)Redneck Wrote: [ -> ]The 1918 strain was developed in a lab, it was the first major bioweapon of the 20th century.

WW1 was an attempt to cull the population, the Spanish flu was an attempt to get those that the war didn't
Is that similar to Spanish fly???!!!
https://patents.google.com/patent/US7220852

Apparently it was already in the US..


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