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Wuhan Strain Update 1/27/2020

Latest numbers for the cases of Kung Flu as released by the Chinese government, So you can decide yourself how many 0s to add to those “official numbers”


  • In China there are now 2,744 confirmed cases as of 1200am on Jan 27, an increase of 39% resulting in 80 deaths, up 43%. This is  triple the 916 mainland China cases reported late on Friday. Across the globe, there are now 2,807 confirmed cases and 80 Chinese fatalities, as so far nobody outside of China has died from the disease (that we know of).
  • Some very unpleasant math: in China’s Hubei province where Wuhan is located, epicenter of the coronavirus breakout, there have been 1,423 cases and 76 deaths, resulting in a mortality rate of over 5%.
  • 5th US Coronavirus infection confirmed by CDC in 4 states (AZ, CA, IL, WA)
    • CDC calls the virus an  “emerging public health threat,” adding that the threat is “serious.”
  • Incubation is asymptomatic, contagious, and can be as long as 14 days
  • 5M may have left Wuhan for Lunar New Year
  • 1st case was Dec 1 NOT Dec 31 so infect pop may be much bigger
  • US, Russia, Thailand begin plans for evacuation
  • Premier Li Keqiang charged with leading government’s task force
  • 3 Beijing hospitals using AIDS drugs to treat virus

A friend in Hong Kong told me this morning that one of the major problems is the travel habits of the Chinese for the new year. People from less populated placves travel to the cities. the infection spreads. They get sick and when the holiday is over they travel back to the rural less populated areas and spread it for a second wave of infection, The sick then travel back to the cities for medical help. On top of that is the recent law in HK banning the wearing of face masks because of the protests there. With the local government keeping the mask ban in place and telling them that the Kung Flu isn’t a problem there. Don’t worry. When any government tells you there is no problem, then there is most likely a problem. Adding to that, the HK government is telling anyone infected with the virus to come there and they will help them and waive any charges. As you can imagine that isn’t going over well with some HK citizens.

Protesters threw petrol bombs on Sunday night at an empty public housing complex in Hong Kong that had been earmarked to become a temporary quarantine zone as the city battles an outbreak of the SARS-like Novel Coronavirus.

Hong Kong has declared the virus that first began in central China as a public “emergency” — the city’s highest warning tier — and on Saturday announced ramped-up measures to reduce the risk of further infections.

january 26 virus fanling

Photo: Kero/United Social Press.

Among them was a plan to turn a newly built but currently empty public housing block in Fanling into a quarantine facility.

january 26 virus fanling

Photo: Kero/United Social Press.

The buildings would be used to house people who may have come into contact with carriers of the virus as they wait to get tested, as well as frontline medical staff worried about infecting their families.

Dozens of local residents and protesters opposed to the idea held rallies outside the complex on Sunday, with some setting up road blocks.

In the evening, police said assailants threw petrol bombs at the buildings.

january 26 virus fanling

Photo: Kero/United Social Press.

january 26 virus fanling

Photo: Kero/United Social Press.

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