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 No.2119311

Bad Corona-chan, leave the spaghetti niggers alone, so we can have some Tom Кино.

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 No.2119320

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Corona-chan is depriving us of kino now? Where will it end?

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 No.2119322

>>2119311

not surprised. countries like italy, greece and israel are the number one spot for nosocomial infections. or hospital acquired infections. Right now all three of those countries are the number one exporter of nosocomial CPE. which is a relatively new "superbug"

this is what happens when you don't pay/treat your hospital staff well enough.

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 No.2119328

>>2119320

If we think about it, if this really turns into a pandemic then this could mean no movies made for 3-6 months depending how long this lasts

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 No.2119330

>>2119328

or some dead celebs from coronachan

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 No.2119332

The virus is getting really bad in Iran as well, but strangely nobody is reporting on that. 12 deaths, the most outside of China I believe.

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 No.2119339

>>2119332

last i checked there was about 8 deaths in iran and about the same in korea.

most of these infection booms are from nosocomial infections of healthcare workers.

nobody but the poorest, most under-educated people typically work as 'cleaners' in hospitals and healthcare facilities.

because who the fuck wants to do that kind of work. amirite?

so people with little to no understanding of pathogens and are undereducated by the facility/institution so that they dont know the risks they are taking doing the work they do.

all the while just spreading the disease all over the place because they are too dumb to follow protocols.

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 No.2119350

>>2119332

>really bad

>12 deaths

Reminder that this thing pretty much exclusively kills old and frail people or those whose immune systems are compromised and even then it's not a guarantee. Most people quarantined for the infection have already recovered yet the media keeps trying to turn this into the next Spanish Flu.

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 No.2119367

>>2119350

<What is exponential growth?

The first wave of the spanish flu only killed the elderly and infirm too, there's still a risk that it mutates into a more lethal strain like the spanish flu did.

But it's unlikely to get as bad as the Spanish flu given the perverse infection environment of that time, packing many infected into cramped field hospitals.

But other countries aren't as likely to arrest the viral spread as China since they're either

a) Third world and incapable of that kind of high-level coordination required for a large quarantine

b) First world whose globo homo elites i] have an interest in continuing to exploit international trade and labour equilibrium with the third world and ii] believe it's muh human rite for everyone to be able to go anywhere to shit up someone else's home if they feel like.

It's pretty much guaranteed to become epidemic through most of the world

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 No.2119377

>>2119367

spanish flu was VERY different though. considering that PPE and antiseptics werent in full use during that time. as well as re-using syringes/needles.

considering that we still to this day hear about nosocomial HIV infections in hospitals. and not even 30 years ago we had multiple HIV outbreaks in hospitals due to improper protocols.

also, reminder that more people died from the flu during the 2018-2019 flu seasons than from covid-19. even if the death toll rises a couple thousand, it is still within normal limits for death toll from a cold/flu virus.

it's just a novel virus and that's why everyone is freaking out and of course the media needs a new thing to sensationalise.

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 No.2119378

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so 30 km from where I live there are 2 infected. I'm not scared or anything but I will start to buy so much food that I can last 3-4 weeks without going out.

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 No.2119380

>>2119377

But it's novelty is why it has so much higher of an infection and fatality rate, there's no population with an already developed immunity (save parts of China now, obviously). It's guaranteed to have already spread throughout most of the world, and just assuming it holds at 1% (it almost certainly won't, China's was 2-3% and most of the world [by population] probably can't meet their standard of care), then it will be much more deadly than the flu.

We're almost certainly looking at hundreds of thousands dead throughout the world (optimistically), and highly possible it will be millions. Not apocalyptic, but not just a regular flu season.

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 No.2119381

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>>2119378

>He didn't start packing his rice and beans as soon as it became obvious the chinks couldn't contain it

You're supposed to stock up before panic starts and the shelves are cleaned out and you risk infection by going to the store. I'm ready for whatever may come, I will be snug and comfy with plenty of food to eat and kino to watch.

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 No.2119382

>>2119380

it does not have a high infection rate OR death rate. the swine flu pandemic of a decade or so ago was WAY worse and the mortality rate is lower than most other outbreaks in recent times.

i doubt hundreds of thousands will die, considering its been about two months and only a fraction of that died. most patients are recovering and you dont hear about it in the news.

this outbreak is not insane compared to the other outbreaks we've had recently.

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 No.2119383

Have people died from this virus yet?

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 No.2119385

>>2119382

The only numbers so far are those given by China, while they have their oven running full time.

Right now SK has people starting to die from it, so maybe there will be more accurate numbers now.

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 No.2119386

>>2119383

About 3000 people have died from it so far.

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 No.2119388

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>>2119386

>>2119382

>believing official chink numbers

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 No.2119392

>>2119382

Around 4 infections for every carrier without countermeasures is pretty high. It's unlikely the Chinese measures can keep Ro<1, and that wouldn't stop re-infection from another country.

And an aggregate mortality rate of 2% is again, pretty high. It primarily kills the elderly or already sick, but so what? There are a lot of elderly and sick people in the world. It's going to be a big deal because even at that mortality rate it's going to infect a large plurality of the world, which means a big body count. Assuming that this pattern of infection holds (very likely), there's going to be a lot of deaths in places with high population density, poor sanitation and medical services, like the sub-continent and Africa.

Other recent outbreaks aren't comparable, they were much less virulent. In fact, higher mortality and lower incubation actually retarded the spread of some of them because it killed it's carriers before they could effectively spread the illness to others.

Again, it's not the black plague, but the globo system isn't built to withstand shocks like this, the second order effects of this could also be very bad (which is just another great argument against globalism).

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 No.2119395

>>2119385

oh china is definitely not sharing all the proper numbers, as evident by their unwillingness to work with the WHO/CDC

>>2119388

believe their numbers or not. other countries don't hide their numbers and they are very low comparable to even the swine flu that people thought wasn't a bad outbreak. even though it was much MUCH worse than covid-19s numbers.

>>2119392

china and other smaller countries are definitely not gonna keep the r0 low because of reasons i stated earlier, i.e terrible healthcare workers. and last i checked the r0 was 1.4 or so.

2% mortality rate isnt that high tbqh. considering that there arent THAT many infections, so far.

and other outbreaks were MUCH more virulent and the mortality rate being around the same as covid-19 and not as bad as a few others. obviously ebola doesnt count as it had something close to a 50% mortality rate.

and i agree the global health care systems arent great enough to deal with these kinds of outbreaks. even in first world countries.

you have too many degens and lowlifes working in hospitals because no one else will take them, other than landscaping companies which don't pay as well as hospital cleaners/psw/psp/etc

i work in healthcare in North America and could tell you all the real truth about how hospitals are run…

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 No.2119397

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 No.2119398

>>2119395

t. winnie

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 No.2119406

>>2119386

>chinks

>people

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 No.2119412

>>2119378

Holy shit this escalated quickly. Went to the store and stuff like pasta, tomato sauce, canned soups, canned tuna, frozen meals already half gone.

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 No.2119420

>>2119395

Well, if you recognize that the Ro isn't likely to remain low, then what's the call for optimism? Ro>= 4 in somewhere like India means a huge epidemic very quickly.

And even if the civilized world can contain their own infections, think of how much of our tech/medical supplies/cheap crap is sourced between China/India/Pakistan/Bangladesh. That will be a considerable shock to the world economy (played well that might benefit workers if it encourages re-shoring, but it might as easily end up terrible for just about everyone).

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 No.2119421

>>2119412

I told you, bro, you're supposed to stock up before the shit hits the fan. You should consider yourself lucky that there was still stuff left to buy.

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 No.2119423

>>2119421

No shit. I urge everyone to stock up even if you think you're good. I mean 7 days ago there was 1 infected guy in Italy and now whole villages are quarantined.

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 No.2119431

>>2119423

what if you're too poor to afford stockpiled food?

just death for me?

well, i'd say it was nice knowing you guys… but most of you have been mean to me :(

the quarantine doesnt mean they are infected. its in place to hinder the spread of the virus since a confirmed case was there.

its the same in hospitals right now in NA. most hospital workers dont need to go into work if they have cold/flu symptoms because they dont want to have to quarantine people for cold/flu causing more mass hysteria about the virus. also there is too much background noise rn with all the regular cold and flu patients out there.

>>2119420

it's not optimism. it's just the track record that i am going by. yes this infection will get worse in the countries you named and a few other first world countries but this isnt going to be as bad as the media is making it out to be.

so what if a few thousand people die from a virus. its bound to happen every decade or so. especially when we treat livestock and our water and farmed foods in the way we do.

also they need to stop hiring idiots to work in hospitals. they are a complete and utter detriment to those types of institutions.

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 No.2119436

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>>2119431

They expect one of us in the wreckage, brother

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 No.2119437

>>2119431

buy a 20 pound sack of rice and 10 pounds dried bean. costs $30-40 and should last you a month

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 No.2119438

>>2119436

i was hoping just most of asia would go down with the ship. not me…

>>2119437

i think you underestimate how poor i am. and i dont feel right going into a ministry building right now for social assistance as most of the people there are gonna be dirty lowlifes that probably already have corona-chan.

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 No.2119526

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 No.2119528

>>2119526

if there are a ton of chinese videos about how they get killed or kill other things

imagine the percentage, or, just the fucking number of other atrocities that haven't been filmed.

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 No.2119529

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>>2119528

Its hell on earth for animals, makes sense they've been welding people into their homes that are suspected of having the virus.

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 No.2119531

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Corona-chan is a judgement from God on the subhuman bugmen.

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 No.2119533

>>2119528

Spanish flu = came from pigs

Sars = came from pigs

Corona virus = let's just say that china culled 50.000.000 pigs in the last 2 years

Also Jim is a pig farmer

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 No.2119534

>>2119528

you do realise that most of these animal videos where mass amounts are killed/burned are a thing in almost every single country. culling is not a new thing or an asian/oriental thing.

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 No.2119536

>>2119533

spanish flu was never confirmed to be from a pig. and SARS was definitely not from pigs. it was from bats and another mammalian creatures like a ferret/mongoose.

MERS was probably originally from an animal but by the time we detected it during the outbreak it was probably mutated to be a human to human based virus.

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 No.2119552

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>>2119534

The difference is that chinks will use the least amount of effort and expense to kill them.

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 No.2119557

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>>2119536

Well, it may not have originated in pigs but they are kind of the catalysts. There are a lot of them, they are susceptible to flu like viruses and they have a lot of contact with humans.

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 No.2119598

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>make fun of corona virus

>now your country are infested

hahaha get fucked west fags

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 No.2119616

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>>2119598

This is what happens when you let bugmen in, they spread diseases. If a Western country let Analslutman (Thai ladyboy native) in they'd have superAIDS on their hands. Racism and borders are great, bugmen are trash, the proof is in the pudding.

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 No.2119644

>>2119557

most zoonotic flus that mutate or transmit to humans causing novel infections is common among most animal types. not just one or two like people talk about. especially since the swine flu outbreaks.

and i could understand bats being a vector for zoonotic jumps to humans because they are a mammal and also a rodent. rodents carry tons of diseases due to bites from blood sucking insects etc. so it then can make the jump to humans easily as the rodent and mammalian dna help it mutate to a mammalian disease/infection.

pigs get targeted constantly because of religious groups. considering pigs are the most hated of all meats in a bunch of religions.

side note; pangolins were suspected because they do carry diseases and are typically asymptomatic. but a pangolins distant cousin is the armadillo. which is known to spread herpes as they are carriers for it. so try not to handle too many wild animals if you can help it.

also there has been no talks about the mutation coming from or mutating by means of bloodsucking insects which are a pox on our world.

conspiracy theories are abundant about weaponised bloodsucking insects, particularly mosquitoes and in relation to certain CDC labs

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 No.2119656

>>2119644

You seem very learned on the topic. What can you tell me about bloodsuckers? They are natural, surely? Are they being propagated at an enhanced rate by the usual suspects?

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 No.2119658

>>2119552

You got the one where they lazily throw some pigs in a hole and light it on fire? It looks so ramshackle that it really makes me wonder if anyone there has even a semblance of a brain

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 No.2119677

>>2119656

there were many stories surrounding specific CDC facilities around the USA and namely the plum island location. which is supposedly responsible for the montauk monster, as they obviously had animals at the facility for growing zoonotic viruses etc for study.

but there was apparently a scientist that was acquired, lol, through operation paperclip or whatever it was called were the USA took a bunch of scientists and such from germany and others.

this scientist was working, allegedly, on biological warfare and was using mosquitoes to try and transfer diseases like malaria/typhoid to the enemy troops.

obviously this was a bad idea since it was harder to make sure your own people didnt get bitten, even with 80% DEET bug repellant back in the day.

the conspiracy theorists talk about how this scientist worked at plum island and decided on using ticks instead…

idk if you know where i'm going with this, again not my theory, but if you look north of plum island, which is northish of montauk. theres a little town called, LYME. which is were lyme disease was first discovered, which is acquired through the bite of certain tick species and is now all over the world with multiple different strains of lyme causing bacteria but also co-infections that don't make any sense in the grand scheme of these bacteria. which are spirochetes. bacteria that are in the shape of a corkscrew and will burrow into all parts of the body. just like syphilis which gets into the brain and causes massive damage.

dunno if that was what you were looking for lol but there you go.

i spent a fair bit of time reading up on bacteria and other pathogens. i find them interesting, especially novel bacteria and viruses.

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 No.2119678

>>2119658

the main alternative is to shoot or bash their brains in. which causes blood and other bodily fluids to come at you, and bodily fluids are the number one vector for transmission of disease/infections.

and after they are shot or bashed, they need to be burned as its one of the only ways normal people can make sure the infections etc wont survive. but not always.

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