Chinese Biological Experiments To Infect Humans With Coronavirus Exposed In 2015 By Italian State Media

(Source Credit: ZeroHedge.com) Authored by Guido Taietti via GreatGameIndia.com, Five years ago, Italian state owned media Company, Rai – Radiotelevisione Italiana, exposed dark efforts by China on viruses. The video, which was broadcast in November, 2015, showed how Chinese scientists were doing biological experiments on a SARS connected virus believed to be Coronavirus, derived from bats and mice, asking whether … Continue reading Chinese Biological Experiments To Infect Humans With Coronavirus Exposed In 2015 By Italian State Media

Why Shame Must Now Come Upon the Ruling Party in China

Commentary by James Watkins, Editor and host of the podcast Coronavirus Update When the world has shaken off PTSD from the coronavirus and things begin to settle, nations are going to realize that what China did was a very bad thing. Even the liberal media will not be able to turn a blind eye to … Continue reading Why Shame Must Now Come Upon the Ruling Party in China

Why the Current U.S. Strategy is Working

(Commentary by James Watkins, Editor) The math is simple. We will all get infected by the coronavirus. The only thing that really matters is how many will die? Here are the three things that will create a high death count: Condensed populations 21 days of wanton spreading No self-isolation in the subsequent 3-6 weeks. We … Continue reading Why the Current U.S. Strategy is Working

The Comprehensive Timeline of China’s COVID-19 Lies

(From Jim Geraghty - National Review) The story of the coronavirus pandemic is still being written. But at this early date, we can see all kinds of moments where different decisions could have lessened the severity of the outbreak we are currently enduring. You have probably heard variations of, “Chinese authorities denied that the virus … Continue reading The Comprehensive Timeline of China’s COVID-19 Lies

Younger adults are large percentage of coronavirus hospitalizations in United States, according to new CDC data

By Ariana Eunjung Cha The Washington Post The deadly coronavirus has been met with a bit of a shrug among some in the under-50 set in the United States. Even as public health officials repeatedly urged social distancing, the young and hip spilled out of bars on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. They gleefully hopped on flights, tweeting … Continue reading Younger adults are large percentage of coronavirus hospitalizations in United States, according to new CDC data

The Other Chinese Virus

(Repost from NationalReview.com) This epidemic will subside. But we will not forget Beijing’s irresponsibility, nor its cowardice and dishonesty We have a remarkable ability to elevate the petty over the substantive. President Trump has been thoroughly scolded for calling the virus from China the “Chinese virus” — don’t let’s be beastly to the ChiComs — but … Continue reading The Other Chinese Virus

Just How Many Infected Came from Wuhan?

From Wikipedia, in 2018 an estimated 2,004,400 travelers flew into and out of Wuhan-Tianhe International Airport every month, according to statistics provided by the airport. That’s a little more than an average of 68,000 per day who typically came and went from what became, on January 21, 2020, the epicenter of our current global pandemic. … Continue reading Just How Many Infected Came from Wuhan?

Perspective: The Number We Should Be Watching

Commentary The daily uptick of confirmed coronavirus cases is scary, and yet, in the very real sense, they almost don’t matter at this point. We have to assume every human being will at some point breath in this nasty coronavirus. The good news is that most people won’t even notice, the better news is that … Continue reading Perspective: The Number We Should Be Watching

US Coronavirus Fatality Rate Is Overestimated, Experts Say

(Bowan Xiao - The Epoch Times) Infectious disease specialists and health experts say that while the number of cases of the new coronavirus will likely continue to grow in the United States, the current case fatality rate appears to be an overestimation. Cases of the virus have jumped over the past few days, now with more than … Continue reading US Coronavirus Fatality Rate Is Overestimated, Experts Say

PANDEMIC: WHO DECLARES

The World Health Organization on Wednesday declared the coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic. "We are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity and by the alarming levels of inaction," Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters in Geneva on Wednesday. "We have therefore made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized … Continue reading PANDEMIC: WHO DECLARES

South Korea Sees New Cluster

(Epoch Times) In South Korea, the capital of Seoul has recorded at least 64 new cases of the novel coronavirus in a major cluster outbreak outside of Daegu and the broader North Gyeongsang province. The infection cluster happened at a call center in the neighborhood of Sindorim in Seoul, local outlet Yonhap News Agency reported on March 10. The … Continue reading South Korea Sees New Cluster

As outbreak spreads, schools face dilemma in going online

By MICHELLE R. SMITH and COLLIN BINKLEY PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — When the new coronavirus surfaced at Saint Raphael Academy after a school group returned from a trip to Italy, officials decided to close the Rhode Island Catholic high school for two weeks. Instead of cancelling classes, the school in Pawtucket instituted “virtual days” where … Continue reading As outbreak spreads, schools face dilemma in going online