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Coroner declares 20-year-old woman dead, and her body is transported to a funeral home. Then the funeral home employees noticed she was still breathing

In a bizarre story, a 20-year-old Detroit-area woman suffered an apparent cardiac arrest in her home on Sunday and was declared deceased by paramedics and a coroner; however, when her body was transported to a funeral home, the funeral home employees found her very much alive and breathing and called EMS to take her to the hospital, where she remains apparently alive at the time of this article’s publication.

According to WDIV-TV, her saga began Sunday morning when paramedics were summoned to her house to respond to an apparent cardiac arrest. According to a statement provided by the Southfield, Michigan, fire department, “At 7:34 a.m. on August 23, 2020, Southfield Fire Department paramedics arrived at a home in Southfield on a call for an unresponsive female. When paramedics arrived, they found a 20-year-old who was not breathing. The paramedics performed CPR and other life reviving methods for 30 minutes. Given medical readings and the condition of the patient, it was determined at that time that she did not have signs of life.”

According to WDIV, the woman was officially pronounced dead by a doctor at a nearby hospital, who apparently did not physically examine the woman, but based his decision solely upon the word of the paramedics and what they described. The fire department then contacted the Oakland County Medical Examiner, who released her body to a local funeral home. When the body arrived, funeral home employees noted that the woman was still breathing and contacted EMS, who transported her to a nearby hospital.

The woman’s condition and prognosis were not immediately released; however, WDIV spoke with the woman’s mother, who stated that she was not sure whether her daughter would survive. “I’m devastated that my daughter is going through what she’s going through. My family, her twin brother, her older brother — it’s just, I don’t even have words. I haven’t slept all night. I just don’t know what to do. My heart is so heavy,” the woman said.

According to the woman, she was unaware that her daughter was still alive until she received a call from the funeral home. “They said, ‘Ma’am, your daughter is on her way to Sinai Grace Hospital. She is breathing. She is alive.'”

This is a developing story and will be updated.

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Welcome to the USSA: Woman & Husband Fitted With Ankle Monitors For Refusing To Sign Quarantine Order

A woman and her husband had ankle bracelets slapped on for the “crime” of not signing a COVID-19 quarantine contract. Welcome to the USSA.

Last week, Elizabeth Linscott got tested for the COVID-19 because she was planning to visit her parents in Michigan. After testing positive, Linscott was asked to sign a self-quarantine contract. When she refused, she and her husband got ankle monitors to track their every move and force them to comply with the quarantine commands.

If you are under any false illusion that you’re free at this point, you should probably read a little more.

Kentucky Governor, Andy Beshear, has issued such strict and controversial executive COVID orders that the state’s Attorney General tried to block them. The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that his orders could remain at least for the time being. Now one couple is being penalized by their county health department for refusing to completely go along with the protocol.

“My grandparents wanted to see me, too,” Linscott said. “So just to make sure if they tested negative, that they would be OK, everything would be fine,” she added according to Wave 3 News. “My part was if I have to go to the ER, if I have to go to the hospital, I’m not going to wait to get the approval to go.”

After testing positive and without showing any symptoms, Linscott said the health department contacted her and requested she sign documents that will limit her traveling anywhere unless she calls the health department first. She said she chose to not sign the documents.  She has to ask the “authorities” for permission, and since she didn’t want to do give up her freedom, they took it from her.

We live in crazy times, and anyone who supports this kind of tyranny will change their mind quickly when the rollouts of more draconian measures begin.  It’s hard to believe things could get worse, but with so many not believing there’s a “second wave” or even a first wave of this hoax pandemic, something else is bound to happen.

Greg Mannarino: It’s Critical To Understand That The Goal Is “Full Control By The Federal Reserve”

The Federal Reserve is trying to take over the planet right now, and people are largely still asleep. They are coming out and telling you what they want now, and people STILL refuse to open their eyes.

It All Comes Back To The Federal Reserve: The NWO Is Being Shoved Down Our Throats

This is simply a way to push the fear, and show that they have no desire to treat people as equals. We will be their slaves and tracked and monitored.  Your consent isn’t required.

The one way to beat this beast system they are rolling out is to wake up to what’s happenin. As Greg Mannarino says, “If you realize, by understanding and having a clear picture of what the bigger picture is here, and you know what is: full control of the global markets by the Federal Reserve, who is running the entire charade right now. It’s simple. It’s the Wall Street banks and the Fed that are running the world. And they will do whatever they want. They will get whoever they want in office. That’s it.”

Everyone, including these people in the court systems and state governments, were selected to get this agenda to go through. It’s actually getting frustrating that people still somehow believe Trump will use the system set up the elites to take down the elites. Anyone with half a brain can see that that won’t be allowed to happen. There’s an agenda and if Trump won’t go along with it, they will get Biden in office.  The explanation is simple, it’s waking people up that’s been difficult.

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New York tells first responders not to bother reviving people without a pulse amid the coronavirus

New York state has issued a guideline to emergency first responders advising them not to resuscitate patients who don’t have a pulse when they arrive on the scene.

The updated advisory was issued in a state Health Department memo issued last week, according to the New York Post. The memo called the change “necessary during the COVID-19 response to protect the health and safety of EMS providers by limiting their exposure, conserve resources, and ensure optimal use of equipment to save the greatest number of lives.”

Emergency medical service workers, who normally spend up to 20 minutes attempting to revive people found in cardiac arrest, were outraged over the change, the Post reported.

“They’re not giving people a second chance to live anymore,” Oren Barzilay, head of the city union, which includes uniformed EMTs and paramedics, said. “Our job is to bring patients back to life. This guideline takes that away from us.”

“Now you don’t get 20 minutes of CPR if you have no rhythm,” a veteran FDNY EMS worker added. “They simply let you die.”

The order follows guidelines issued earlier in the month by the Regional Emergency Services Council of New York that advised emergency services workers not to transport cardiac arrest patients who cannot be revived on the scene to the hospital.

The drastic measures come as New York City hospitals have been inundated with patients during the coronavirus pandemic, often leaving few or no intensive care unit beds.

The city has evidently made the determination that potentially disseminating the disease through resuscitation is too great a risk. ABC News reported that in guidelines issued last month, the American College of Cardiology assessed that while the chances are survival are slim for those who go into cardiac arrest outside of a hospital, the “wide dissemination” of coronavirus particles is probable.

The veteran EMS worker acknowledged to the Post that only 3 or 4 people out of 100 are successfully revived through CPR and other aggressive intervention methods both on the scene and at the hospital.

“[But] for those 3 or 4 people, it’s a big deal,” the worker added.

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New and improved IHME models were supposed to accurately predict hospitalization for the next 2 months. They weren’t even close predicting the next day.

Only one day after releasing downgraded projections about the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, an influential model often cited by health experts is still projecting hospitalization numbers that are much higher than the actual numbers in a large number of states.

The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, a preferred model of the White House coronavirus task force, has been, to its credit, on the lower — and consequently more accurate — end of the spectrum as far as models go.

In late March, IHME projected that more than 90,000 Americans would die as a result of the virus. On Wednesday, that projection was revised to just over 60,000. That number is significantly lower than the 100,000-240,000 predicted by the White House task force, and massively lower than the 2.2 million U.S. deaths predicted by the Imperial College in London model — though that model’s author said that social distancing wasn’t taken into account for the number.

But even after IHME researchers revised their models downward on Wednesday, they still overshot the number of hospitalizations that would occur for even the next day.

To state the obvious, it is easier to predict the near future than the far future, and one would expect more uncertainty regarding predictions that are for events that are in the distant future. The fact that the IHME models did such a dismal job of predicting the very next day ought to be a source of concern for the viability of the rest of the model’s predictions.

What are the details?

Using data from The COVID Tracking Project, which collects reporting from individual states on COVID-19 testing, hospitalizations, and deaths, TheBlaze discovered that IHME’s hospitalization numbers were in most cases significantly overestimated, often doubling or tripling the actual hospitalization numbers.

Below is a chart showing the discrepancies between the projected number of hospitalization and the actual number of hospitalizations in states that reported totals on that day.

Note: the projected totals were taken from the April 8 revised IHME model and not subsequent updates.

Arkansas: Projected 188 / Actual 73

California: IHME projected that 4,386 hospital beds would be needed for COVID-19 patients on April 8 — the day the revised projections were released — just 2,825 were hospitalized at the time.

Connecticut: IHME projected that 3,686 hospital beds would be needed on April 9, but data shows that only 1,464 were hospitalized on that date. To make matters worse, IHME researchers concluded that the state only had 1,738 hospital beds available in the state. Their projections far exceeded the number of total beds available, but the actual number has yet to exceed capacity.

*Florida: IHME projected that 4,449 hospital beds would be needed on April 9, but to-date the cumulative number of hospitalizations in Florida has only been 2,422.

Iowa: Projected 329 / Actual 115

*Massachusetts: IHME projected that on April 9 there would be 4,705 hospitalizations, but to-date there have only been 1,747 cumulative hospitalizations in the state.

Michigan: The April 9 number was projected to be 5,781. The actual number on that date was 3,826.

Minnesota: Projected 430 / Actual 145

Montana: Projected 70 / Actual 13

Nevada: Projected 777 / Actual 282

New Jersey: IHME projected there would be 12,801 hospitalizations on April 9, but on that date there were actually only 7,363. Like Connecticut, New Jersey’s hospital bed capacity, 7,815, has been exceeded only by the projections.

New Mexico: Projected 365 / Actual 73

New York: In the state hardest hit by the virus, IHME’s numbers were closer, but still too high in the days following updated projections. The projections say 21,943, while the actual number is 18,279.

North Carolina: Projected 1,026 / Actual 398

North Dakota: Projected 392 / Actual 14

Oklahoma: Projected 647 / Actual 186

Rhode Island: Projected 624 / Actual 160

*Tennessee: Projected 957 / 505 cumulative

Texas: Projected 2,030 / 1,439 Actual

Vermont: Projected 75 / Actual 33

Washington: Projected 994 / Actual 639

It should be noted that IHME arrives at their projected number within an estimated range. These ranges give IHME huge leeway in their estimates, which brings into question their usefulness, especially in larger states.

Moreover, the actual totals are consistently on the very low end of their ranges and far below the most likely result. And in at least four states, they are outside their margin of error already after only one day.

Anything else?

There were, of course, outliers to the trend. In 5 states that had current hospitalization reporting — Delaware, Louisiana, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Virginia — IHME’s projections either matched the actual number of hospitalizations or underestimated the number. But in the majority of states where current hospitalization statistics were available, the IHME projections updated just days before were way off.

How is that even possible? Are current statistics from the states not being used as a baseline for the models?

Maxing out or exceeding hospital capacity was held out by health experts as the real danger in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. The need to shut down the country in order to “flatten the curve” was justified, in large part, by predictions that the U.S. health care system would be overwhelmed if we didn’t.

As such, it is appropriate to at least question the narrative when influential models predicting the extent of the coronavirus outbreak can’t seem to chart out the hospitalization figures with much precision for even one day.

TheBlaze reached out to IHME for comment, but the institute did not respond in time for publication.

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White House Uses COVID-19 As A Reason To Create A Real-Time National Coronavirus Surveillance System

This article was originally published by Mass Private I at Mass Private I Blog. 

When is enough, enough? How many national surveillance systems does America need?

President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has created a task force that wants to create a real-time national coronavirus surveillance system.

An article in Politico.com revealed how the national coronavirus surveillance system would allow federal authorities to see why someone is visiting their doctor and why they are in the hospital.

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner’s task force has reached out to a range of health technology companies about creating a national coronavirus surveillance system to give the government a near real-time view of where patients are seeking treatment and for what, and whether hospitals can accommodate them, according to four people with knowledge of the discussions.

Giving government officials unfettered access to a patient’s doctor’s visits and what they are being treated for would destroy the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

A national coronavirus surveillance network hospital surveillance network would affect American’s rights on a scale not seen since 9/11.

The prospect of compiling a national database of potentially sensitive health information has prompted concerns about its impact on civil liberties well after the coronavirus threat recedes, with some critics comparing it to the Patriot Act enacted after the 9/11 attacks.

Using COVID-19 as an excuse to monitor hospital emergency rooms is disingenuous at best and misleading at worst.

It would allow federal officials to continuously track elements like hospitals’ bed availability and the flow of patients into specific emergency rooms across the country — thereby enabling the government to rush resources to parts of the country before they’re hit by a surge of coronavirus cases.

It is hard to put into words how disturbing the White House’s plan is. Imagine serving up your entire life’s medical history to a government that only seems interested in knowing everything about all of us.

Most kids are born in hospitals, most kids go to the hospital to receive vaccinations. When someone goes to the hospital for say an injury or a malady they are asked to fill out a medical questionnaire that asks patients to reveal all kinds of personal information that government officials could have access to at their fingertips now because of this proposed  program.

Whether a national coronavirus surveillance system is run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) only time will tell.

Some public health experts, meanwhile, suggested that the administration might instead built out and reorient an existing surveillance system housed within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that aided the response to prior epidemics. The system, called the National Syndromic Surveillance Program, is a voluntary collaboration between the CDC and various state and local health departments that draws data from more than 4,000 health care facilities.

Politico’s summarization of the CDC’s the National Syndromic Surveillance Program (NSSP) is slightly misleading.

According to the CDC’s “overview” page, the NSSP is much more than a voluntary collaboration of hospitals sharing patient information and more like a secret public surveillance network.

The NSSP collects, analyzes, and shares electronic patient encounter data received from emergency departments, urgent and ambulatory care centers, inpatient healthcare settings, and laboratories.

The NSSP is the closest thing America has to a secret national patient surveillance network.

Currently, there are “more than 4,000 health care facilities covering 47 states and the District of Columbia that contribute data to the BioSense Platform daily.”

The NSSP’s BioSense Platform is a cloud-based patient surveillance program that hospitals voluntarily hand over to the Feds. The CDC calls it “a secure integrated electronic health information system that allows them to rapidly collect, evaluate, share, and store syndromic surveillance data.”

Creating a national coronavirus surveillance system run by the CDC which has a long history of working with the Department of Homeland Security is a no-brainer for the White House.

Giving DHS the keys to Americans’ health records at the click of a button is a recipe for disaster. Not only will every hacker in the world try and gain access to them, but it will open up a new form of public surveillance.

Imagine getting stopped by a police officer who interrogates you at a state border because you had a fever and cough two weeks ago. If you think that could never happen, I encourage you to read my latest story about police doing just that.

As Politico said, creating a real-time national coronavirus surveillance system “would represent a significant expansion of government use of individual patient data, forcing a new reckoning over privacy limits amid a national crisis.”

Since 9/11 we have seen numerous public surveillance networks created as an excuse to assuage public fears, but creating another patient surveillance system doesn’t make sense and it is not needed.

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Police sources: Woman, 86, dies after being hit in head, knocked to hospital floor for violating coronavirus social distancing

An 86-year-old woman died Saturday after being hit in the head and knocked the floor of a New York City hospital by another patient for violating coronavirus social distancing, police sources told the New York Daily News.

What happened?

Janie Marshall was at Woodhull Hospital in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, for a bowel obstruction about 2 p.m. Saturday when she grabbed a metal stand in a hallway, police told the paper.

Apparently that upset a nearby seizure patient — 32-year-old Cassandra Lundy — who complained Marshall wasn’t following coronavirus social distancing guidelines and allegedly hit her in the head and knocked her to the floor, the Daily News said, citing police sources.

Marshall died a few hours later, just before 5:40 p.m., the paper said.

What happened to the alleged attacker?

Some of the confrontation was caught on video, the Daily News said, adding that no one witnessed it. Hospital police issued Lundy a disorderly conduct summons and released her, the paper said, citing sources.

Lundy of Bedford-Stuyvesant has 17 prior arrests on charges that include drug possession, trespass, assault, and strangulation, the Daily News said, citing sources.

After releasing Lundy with a summons, the hospital didn’t contact the New York Police Department until almost five hours after Marshall died, sources told the paper.

The city medical examiner on Monday ruled Marshall’s death a homicide caused by heart disease with blunt impact injury of head as a contributing factor, the Daily News said in a follow-up story.

The paper noted that police sources indicated if Marshall’s death is ruled a homicide caused by the alleged attack Lundy could face upgraded charges.

What did the hospital have to say?

NYC Health and Hospitals, which runs Woodhull, said in a statement to the Daily News that it was “saddened” by Marshall’s death and is “collaborating with the NYPD in their investigation.” The agency didn’t respond to the paper’s question about why it took so long for them to call police.

What did Marshall’s family have to say?

The Daily News said in a follow-up story that the hospital contacted Marshall’s sister more than nine hours after her death — about 3 a.m. Sunday — saying she died of “heart failure.”

Marshall’s niece, Antoinette Leonard-Jean Charles, didn’t find out what reportedly happened until much later Sunday when she read about it in the Daily News, she told the paper.

NYC Health & Hospitals spokeswoman Stephanie Guzman, in response to the family’s allegations, cited patient confidentiality and said the hospital is cooperating with the NYPD, the Daily News noted.

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FBI: Man plotted to use car bomb on hospital amid COVID-19 outbreak

The Kansas City division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Wednesday that a suspected domestic terrorist was killed during an arrest attempt the day before, alleging that the man was planning to use a car bomb to “cause mass casualties” at a nearby hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.

What are the details?

Timothy Wilson, 36, was wounded and later pronounced dead during an arrest attempt on Tuesday in suburban Belton, Missouri, in what FBI Special Agent in Charge Timothy Langan called “the conclusion of a long-running domestic terrorism investigation.”

The FBI’s press release did not specify whether Wilson, who was armed, was shot by agents or turned his weapon on himself.

“Wilson was actively planning to commit an act of domestic terrorism — a bombing — and over the course of several months had considered several targets,” the memo read. “With the current health crisis, Wilson decided to accelerate his plan to use a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (VBIED) in an attempt to cause severe harm and mass casualties.”

Wilson allegedly decided to target a hospital in the Kansas City area, and had arranged to obtain what he believed to be a car bomb at a location where “the FBI was prepared to arrest” him. However, the agency noted, “There was no actual bomb.”

The FBI said that their investigation “revealed (Wilson) to be a potentially violent extremist, motived (sic) by racial, religious, and anti-government animus.”

Anything else?

The Kansas City Star reported that “the incident marks the second fatal shooting this year in the Kansas City area involving the FBI.” The outlet noted that last month, “an agent shot and killed a 35-year-old man as a task force was serving an arrest warrant” at an apartment building and “the FBI did not describe the details of the arrest warrant or how the shooting occurred in that case.”

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Harbor Freight Tools donating its entire supply of masks, gloves to hospitals

Harbor Freight Tools is donating its entire supply of personal protective equipment to hospitals dealing with shortages as health care workers fight to save Americans amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

What are the details?

Founder and owner Eric Smidt made an announcement over the weekend asking customers to “Help Us Help Your Hospital,” saying his company’s entire stock of N95 masks, face shields, and nitrile gloves would be donated to hospitals with 24-hour emergency rooms located in the communities served by Harbor Freight stores.

“Although we certainly won’t have enough of these supplies to fill everyone’s needs, we’re going to donate everything we’ve got,” Smidt wrote. “We also recognize there are so many other critically important people responding to this crisis and that there is need everywhere. We’ve chosen to focus our efforts on hospitals with a 24 hour emergency room with the hope that we can help as many people as possible right now.”

Smidt provided instructions on how to request the protective equipment from Harbor Freight:

If you work at a hospital with a 24 hour emergency room in need of these items, please as the office in charge of procurement at your hospital to provide us with the information we’ll need to determine if we can make a donation. If you’re not with a hospital, but would like to give us the name of a hospital with a 24 hour emergency room in your community that might need our help, please email us at hospitalhelp@harborfreight.com, identify the hospital’s city and state in the subject line, and our team will follow up.

He emphasized in all capital letters: “PLEASE DO NOT MAKE REQUESTS AT YOUR LOCAL STORE OR OUR CALL CENTER AND PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT HOSPITALS—THEY’RE BUSY HELPING THEIR PATIENTS.”

Smidt noted that the hospitals Harbor Freight will be able to help will receive an email voucher when the supplies are available for pick up at their community’s local Harbor Freight store.

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Distressing video of an Italian hospital shows just how badly the coronavirus is overwhelming health care workers

A distressing video of a hospital in Bergamo — the city in Italy hardest hit by COVID-19 — shows overwhelmed health care workers struggling to control the massive outbreak of the coronavirus in their community.

The video, uploaded by Sky News on Thursday, shows doctors and nurses scrambling to treat direly ill patients in the packed hospital. Patients can be seen gasping for air in an emergency arrivals room, which was converted into an intensive care unit after the regular ICU reached capacity.

Dr. Roberto Cosentini, the head of emergency care at Papa Giovanni XXIII hospital, told Sky News that the COVID-19 disease is much worse than the common flu because it rapidly develops into a “very severe pneumonia” in many patients.

“It’s a massive strain for every health system,” he continued. “We see every day 50 to 60 patients who come to our emergency department with pneumonia, and most of them are so severe they need very high volumes of oxygen.

“And so we had to reorganize our emergency room and our hospital — three levels of intensive care,” Cosentini added.


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Italy’s coronavirus death toll surpassed China’s this week as Europe becomes the new epicenter of the global pandemic. As of Thursday afternoon, 3,405 Italians had died since contracting the virus.

The country’s health care system is near the brink of collapse. The Italian military has been deployed to transport the bodies of the deceased to be cremated.

Lorenzo D’Antiga, director of the Paediatric Unit and Transplant Centre at the same hospital in Bergamo, described the situation as “dramatic” in a recent interview with Euronews.

“We’ve saturated our bed availability, we are really in trouble, we have to send patients away to other hospitals, all the intensive care units in the regions are full so actually this is really a big big problem,” he said.

D’Antiga said one of the most pressing problems is that the hospital is experiencing an inflow of patients every day, but not an outflow. To manage the intake, the hospital is having to turn all of its units into intensive care units to treat the ill.

“The situation is really dramatic, the mood is really depressing,” he added. “Relatives can’t stay with patients during their admission and some others die without anyone around. It’s also forbidden to have funerals, so even the last prayer can’t be done properly.”


Bergamo doctor: ‘We are having to turn patients away’

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(H/T: Business Insider)

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China’s Xi Threatens More Crackdowns As Scientists Say Coronavirus May Have Originated From Wuhan Labs

This article was originally published by Aaron Kesel at Activist Post. 

China’s President Xi Jinping has called for tightened control over online discussion and increased policing to ensure “positive energy” and social stability according to state media, Bloomberg reported. This is being pushed as Chinese scientists in South Beijing have said the virus’s origin was the long-suspected Wuhan Virology lab or another Wuhan Center for Disease Control lab.

The government must “strengthen the management and control of online media,” and “crackdown on those who seize the opportunity to create rumors” on the internet, Xi said.

“It is necessary to increase use of police force and strengthen the visible use of police,” Xi said, calling for a crackdown on behavior that “disrupts social order” including hoarding medical supplies. This is amid a lockdown of over 400 million people forbidden from leaving the country and in some cases even their own homes. Xi’s call to police the internet comes after a Chinese professor, Xu Zhangrun, published a rare public critique of President Xi Jinping over China’s coronavirus crisis. The man was then placed under house arrest after his report according to The Guardian.

Other Chinese scientists in South Beijing just recently released a bombshell study from the Beijing-sponsored South China University of Technology that states the Wuhan Center for Disease Control (WHCDC) could have spawned the contagion in Hubei province.

“The possible origins of the previously named 2019-nCoV (COVID-19) coronavirus,” are claimed by Botao Xiao and Lei Xiao to originate from either the Wuhan Virology Institute or the WHCDC which kept disease-ridden animals in laboratories, including 605 bats.

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The paper also mentions that bats – which are linked to coronavirus – once attacked a researcher and the “blood of a bat was on his skin,” which resulted in the researcher quarantining himself after the incident for 2 weeks.

The report adds that the “Genome sequences from patients were 96% or 89% identical to the Bat CoV ZC45 coronavirus originally found in Rhinolophus affinis (intermediate horseshoe bat).”

“The WHCDC was also adjacent to the Union Hospital where the first group of doctors were infected during this epidemic,” the report said.

“It is plausible that the virus leaked around and some of them contaminated the initial patients in this epidemic, though solid proofs are needed in a future study,” the researchers wrote.

The scientists further stated that besides the WHCDC, the report suggests that the Wuhan Institute of Virology could also have leaked the virus, as Activist Post previously reported early on. “This laboratory reported that the Chinese horseshoe bats were natural reservoirs for the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) which caused the 2002-3 pandemic,” the report said. To note the paper is talking about the WHCDC lab and not the Wuhan Institute Of Virology.

The Washington Times reported that Wuhan is the site of two Chinese biological labs according to Dany Shoham, a former Israeli military intelligence officer who has studied Chinese biowarfare. The report which was published prior to the Beijing scientists’ claims, suggests the virus was either accidentally let out or deliberately. If true, it would explain how the coronavirus evolved so fast to jump from animals to humans.

When the Washington Times asked Shoham whether the new coronavirus may have leaked, Mr. Shoham said:

In principle, outward virus infiltration might take place either as leakage or as an indoor unnoticed infection of a person that normally went out of the concerned facility. This could have been the case with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, but so far there isn’t evidence or indication for such incident.

What’s more, the lab was officially working with different strains of coronavirus, as well as other deadly illnesses like Ebola, beginning in 2018. This lab is just 20 miles away from the Huanan wet market where the first case of the coronavirus is believed to be transmitted.

This is significant because there was a theft of coronavirus sent to the Wuhan Virology lab and the lab themselves posted a job offer which discussed – “using bats to research the molecular mechanism that allows Ebola and SARS-associated coronaviruses to lie dormant for a long time without causing diseases.”

An author at BuzzFeed got Zerohedge suspended on Twitter for mentioning the job post and linking to public details on the official responsible for the lab. Further, that same writer then proceeded to attack anyone who believes the virus is biological calling it a “hoax,” including Francis Boyle, the man who drafted the Biological Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989. This writer also noted that videos of people collapsing in China, and other videos were fake, without a shred of evidence.

Boyle did an interview with Geopolitics and Empire, as well as Activist Post‘s contributor Spiro Skouras. In the interviews, Boyle said the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan likely came from the BSL-4 lab in the city.

Boyle stated in the interview that he believes the virus is potentially lethal and an offensive biological warfare weapon or dual-use biowarfare weapon genetically modified. Boyle also touched on a fact this reporter stated previously — how Chinese biowarfare agents working at the Canadian lab in Winnipeg were involved in the smuggling of coronavirus to Wuhan’s lab in July of last year.

Lancet medical journal recently published a study finding that many of the first cases of the novel coronavirus, including patient zero, had no connection to the wet market, leading many like Boyle to speculate with supporting evidence that the virus may have been a bio accident. The Lancet study corroborates the study published by the South China University of Technology. Other DNA sleuths at the New England Journal of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health continue to investigate.

In 2015, National Med published a paper warning that a “SARS-like cluster of circulating bat coronavirus pose a threat for human emergence.”

Before the lab opened, scientists all over the world were voicing concerns about the potential dangers. An article was even published in the science journal Nature in 2017, detailing the plans for the lab and sharing expert opinions about how a dangerous bug could leak from the facility. In fact, the SARS virus has escaped from high-level containment facilities in Beijing multiple times.

Interestingly enough, in 2004, China punished five top officials of the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the outbreak of SARS. The investigation found that the release of the virus was due to the negligence of two CDC employees who were infected and was not deliberate, China Daily reported.

At the time of this report, the coronavirus has widely surpassed that of SARS with officially over 71,900 confirmed cases and a total of 1,775 dead, according to the Johns Hopkins map.

However, many express skepticism that China is telling the truth about those infected and dead, including the White House and scientists like Professor Neil Ferguson, as the Guardian reported.

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China is also being accused of lying to the public about the figures of those infected by many sources like the Wall Street Journal, and even Chinese media which was censored for spreading that thought. China recently censored a media outlet called Caijing, which is one of the most reputable outlets in the country. In the article, the authors claim that China has significantly underreported both cases and deaths, especially among the elderly. (archive) (translation)

There is also a report by the Wall Street Journal that Chinese doctors are saying coronavirus cases are pneumonia or another sickness to hide the official count. Yahoo News also reports that Wuhan officials are cremating deceased coronavirus victims before they can be added to the official death toll.

Meanwhile, purported leaks out of China like those from the Tencent app, a funeral home recording, and alleged Chinese doctors have suggested the numbers are much higher, as Activist Post has reported. Especially since German doctors have now determined the virus has the ability to stick on surfaces and objects for at least up to 9 days. China has also announced that the virus is airborne with a potential rare incubation rate of 24 days. However, some estimates are much higher with the Global Times reporting that one woman who was infected in Wuhan didn’t start showing symptoms until a massive 42 days later.

Best preventive measures include washing your hands and avoiding public places where someone may be sick, according to the CDC.

Symptoms of the coronavirus include a fever, cough, shortness of breath, and breathing difficulties. However, according to Chinese state media, some are not experiencing any of these symptoms and are instead experiencing nausea, diarrhea, tiredness, bad concentration, headache, irregular heartbeat, chest pain, cornea inflammation, and muscular pains in the limbs, back, and waist. Best preventive measures include washing your hands and avoiding public places where someone may be sick, according to the CDC.

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