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02/13/2020 / By Ethan Huff
Not even a month ago, the total number of novel coronavirus cases outside of China was only four. But now, that number has soared to over 520, which suggests that the situation is hardly under control as various “authorities” are claiming.
There are now coronavirus victims in at least 28 different countries, with the total number of cases in each of these steadily on the rise. And now that we know the incubation period for coronavirus is as long as 24 days, as opposed to the 14 days previously claimed, there’s no telling how many new cases will emerge in the coming days and weeks.
It’s also important to remember that this Wuhan coronavirus, as it’s also being called, can persist on smooth surfaces outside of the body for up to nine days. So, anything an infected person touches, whether it’s a railing or a door handle or even a food container, could potentially become a source of hidden infection for unsuspecting others.
Health authorities here in the United States, along with President Trump, are insistent that coronavirus is really not that big of a threat to Americans. But this, too, is a false assurance based solely on wishful thinking, seeing as how the Chinese government is implementing total lockdowns in major cities all across the country, at the expense of its own economy.
“Many are still trying to compare this virus to the common flu, but that is a huge mistake,” reports The Most Important News. “China would never lock down major cities for weeks on end for the flu.”
Coronavirus is also becoming a problem at places like health clubs and gyms. To learn more about the risks involved, be sure to listen to the following episode of The Health Ranger Report featuring Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, via Brighteon.com:
Even as Trump, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other domestic authorities tell Americans that there’s nothing to see here and to just move right along, the federal government is quietly converting some 11 different military bases into “quarantine centers” – but for what if there’s no real risk as we’re all being told?
Something doesn’t add up when federal authorities are telling the masses that everything is fine and dandy while they create mass quarantine camps that will more than likely resemble World War II concentration camps for housing, and possibly disposing of, sick American prisoners.
“Obviously something really big is happening, and the U.S. government is preparing for a worst case scenario,” The Most Important News goes on to warn, citing a report by the Miami Herald about how the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has asked the Pentagon for extra quarantine space in case these coronavirus quarantine centers get too full.
“Is this an indication that the threat that this virus poses to our country is far greater than we are being told? … Elsewhere in the country, people are being put in ‘self quarantine’ until officials believe that it is safe for them to resume their normal lives. According to local officials, this is being done to ‘an unspecified number of people in Bexar County’ right now,” it goes on to explain, Bexar County being the county that encompasses most of San Antonio, Texas.
More of the latest coronavirus news is available at Outbreak.news.
You can also check out the many other episodes of The Health Ranger Report that discuss this unfolding coronavirus global pandemic by visiting the official Health Ranger Report Brighteon channel.
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