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02-06-2020, 09:50 AM
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doctor collapsed from overwork



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02-06-2020, 10:12 AM
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Sad what is happening there. People just want to live their lives, not be stalked by sickness like this.
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02-06-2020, 10:55 AM
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seems like it's not as bad as fearmongers are saying but WAY worse than what the CCP is admitting
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02-06-2020, 11:04 AM
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a message from white ppl to other white ppl about coronavirus
Quote:I want to caution that just because it may appear Whites may not bear the brunt of this pandemic, you should still take precautions and preparations. It could mutate or this hypothesis could prove false still. Get 3-4 weeks worth of dry/canned food and water just in case. It’s prudent and you don’t want to wait until it’s looking like we will for sure need it. If you wait that long, then everyone else will have the same idea and the shelves will be bare. And as always, repent and accept Jesus as your Messiah. Follow the Law of God and conform your lives to Him.
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02-06-2020, 11:07 AM
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real time china tracker:

https://ncov.dxy.cn/ncovh5/view/pneumonia
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02-06-2020, 11:20 AM
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(02-06-2020 07:23 AM)pug-thug Wrote:  ppl are saying related to coronavirus:

https://twitter.com/HappeningNow__/statu...0375956481
Looks like Matt Abbott when he hears that I'm nearby and ready to fight him???!!!

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02-06-2020, 02:51 PM
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Chinese security guard dies suddenly.. twitching
All these dropping dead videos look a bit fake though. When dies pneumonia cause seizures? Very strange.

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02-06-2020, 04:18 PM
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I HEREBY buy matt Abbott a one way ticket to wuhan, and will supply him masks from the dollar store, and admonish him to confess his sins to a Catholic priest before he leaves???!!!
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02-06-2020, 05:48 PM
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I have seen a few videos of people literally dropping dead and it's supposed to be because they have the virus.

What I don't understand is that these people appeared healthy up until they suddenly dropped dead. There were no symptoms before hand.

Very strange.
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02-07-2020, 02:08 AM
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everyday there are tons of ppl who drop dead... I guess if it happens in Asia ppl automatically assume it's coronoavirus
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02-07-2020, 06:14 PM
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(02-06-2020 08:16 AM)ba_dass Wrote:  This scenario reminds me of the movie with OMEGA MAN with Charlton Heston???!!!

And every zombie movie made ever since.

I always believed (and still do) that movies such as 28 days, World War Z, Day of the Dead etc....were a way of conditioning and desensitising the people to the mass killing of the disease stricken.

Video games that require the killing of Zombies are also made for the same reason.

And TV shows such as the Walking Dead.

How long have we been jokingly told to prepare for the "Zombie Apocalypse"?



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02-07-2020, 07:03 PM
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the situation is very eerie over there

if you've ever been to China it's one of the most hustlin' and bustlin' places in the world

to see Shanghai and Beijing EMPTY is a trip
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02-07-2020, 07:31 PM
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(02-07-2020 07:03 PM)pug-thug Wrote:  the situation is very eerie over there

if you've ever been to China it's one of the most hustlin' and bustlin' places in the world

to see Shanghai and Beijing EMPTY is a trip


I have not been to China but here we have some suburbs that are 96% Chinese populated. They are normally a hustling and bustling Metropolis, full of people everywhere. Since the virus was announced they have become ghost towns.

Also, no one here is eating at Chinese restaurants.

Quote:Better to stay home': Customers desert Box Hill amid coronavirus fears


By 1.30pm on Monday, the soup restaurant had served two customers — both takeaway orders delivered by drivers.

In the past few days, in response to the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China, reusable chopsticks have been replaced with plastic-wrapped disposable cutlery.

So far, it hasn't alleviated people's concerns. Staff have been sent home early as business slowed down to a trickle during the past week.

"Three weeks ago there were many people here tasting our food, every day we were very busy," said owner Yuan Wei Ping.

"The quiet started last Monday. I want to cry."


The story is repeated right across one of Melbourne's biggest Chinese precincts.

The streets around Box Hill Central, typically buzzing at all times of day, are much quieter than usual, as customers stay home over fears about the spread of the virus.

At Dumpling King, just around the corner in Station Street, Jun Heng was also standing in an empty restaurant when The Age entered.

Typically, they serve 30 or 40 people for Monday lunch. That had been reduced to five.

"Last week was OK; today is horrible," the waiter said.

Charming Spice owner Grace Tian summed up the mood as she stood next to her nervously idle staff: "Everyone is quiet, so, we are too."





The ban on people entering Australia from China for two weeks has only made things worse for traders.


This is usually the period when business picks up as people return from their Lunar New Year holidays to work and study.

Business is down as much as 50 per cent at Roast Duck Inn, where there is sometimes a line out the door during peak times.

On Monday, the regular crack of a cleaver splitting crispy, mahogany-coloured duck was reduced to an occasional bang.

"I think people are not coming to restaurants; they are staying home, not wanting to go outside," said manager Stephen Ku.

"They are shopping in the supermarket and going straight home, not staying outside too long."

Mr Ku knew of one yum cha restaurant in Box Hill that had 270 bookings for Lunar New Year but only 50 people turned up.

"They have closed for two weeks," he said.

A sign on one bakery explained that it, too, was shutting up for a fortnight to protect its staff and customers.

It's not just restaurants that are affected by the downturn. Mary Ma from Hair Lovers Salon said the phone had stopped ringing in the past week and fewer reservations were being taken online.

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Mary Ma from Hair Lover Salon says there has been a drop in bookings since the coronavirus outbreak.


"Everyone knows about the virus; they are just scared to come out," she said from behind a mask.

"Better to stay home."

At the neighbouring liquor store in Whitehorse Road, William Yang said the fear of contagion had spread to delivery drivers, with some customers asking for orders to be left at the front door.

He said the area was home to a lot of international students who would normally be returning for the start of the university semester.

As well as the travel ban, Qantas has announced that it will suspend flights from mainland China from February 9 until March 29.

"Usually after New Year they would return," Mr Yang said. Until the ban was lifted, he said, hospitality businesses would probably not get much busier.

"Most students don't cook. They eat out a lot and they buy alcohol a lot."


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