Coronaviruses: From Common Colds to a Pandemic

There are over 200 types of coronaviruses known so far, but only seven types are contagious for humans, ranging from the common cold to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The team at South China Morning Post has more details in an expanded interactive infographic presentation.

The first coronavirus (229E) was discovered in 1965.

Note: The flu (Influenza) is different from coronaviruses but can cause similar symptoms (CDC).

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Doctors’ Group Demands Hydroxychloroquine Be Released

UPDATE: White House Petition to allow OTC use of hydroxychloroquine.

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) has filed a court motion to release hydroxychloroquine to the U.S. public for the treatment of COVID-19. 100 million doses have been donated to federal agencies but have not been released.

The above chart was included in the AAPS court filing and shows countries that allow and encourage hydroxychloroquine have a lower case fatality rate than those who ban or discourage its use.

Doctors have had success with a combination of hydroxychloroquine, zinc and azithromycin. Zinc kills the virus and hydroxychloroquine opens up the cell, as portrayed in the visual representation below. A June 30 case study describes how it works in more detail.

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Meme of the Day: Cuomo’s COVID Party

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Cuomo has added almost half the U.S. on his list of states that require two weeks quarantine for visitors, and is boasting of his state’s COVID-19 response, complete with “New York Tough” posters.

Janice Dean, meteorologist at Fox News, who lost both her in-laws to Cuomo’s nursing home mandate, was not happy. She blamed their deaths partly on Cuomo, stating “we think that part of the reason is because Governor Cuomo allowed over 6,000 COVID-recovering patients into nursing homes for 46 days straight.”

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That Second Wave Smirk

Saving the world keeps Bill and Melinda Gates very busy with one media appearance after another. Make your own conclusions about this double smirk when speaking of the coming second wave.

The money shot happens at the 6:40 mark.

“So we, you know will have to prepare for the next one, that’s you know, I’d say is uh, will get attention this time.”

Bill Gates

Melinda was not wearing her inverted cross from the May 10, 2020 interview.

History on inverted crosses.

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The Fauci-Approved Reconstructed 1918 Spanish Flu Virus

In 2005 Dr. Anthony Fauci and then CDC head Julie Gerberding approved the reconstruction of the 1918 Spanish Flu virus using reverse genetics from the unearthed genome sequence dug up in Alaska permafrost.

The influenza pandemic of 1918 killed up to 50 million people worldwide. An estimated 675,000 died in the United States where life expectancy was lowered by more than 10 years.

Dr. Terence Tumpey of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta and his team filled gaps in the 1918 strain with H1N1 genes and grew their recreated virus in canine kidney cells and hens’ eggs and then infected mice.

The strain manufactured in the lab generated 39,000 times more virus particles in mice lungs than a modern flu strain. All mice died within 6 days of infection.

“This would be extremely dangerous should it escape, and there is a long history of things escaping.”

Barbara Hatch Rosenberg
Molecular Biologist

The genome sequence was put on the GenBank database, so if someone wanted to recreate more of the Spanish Flu the technology is available.

Read the entire research article at Sci-Hub.

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Surges in COVID-19 Cases Can Be Traced to Protesters and Border Proximity

Dr. Scott Atlas, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institute explained the recent spikes in U.S. cases can be attributed to crowds of protesters and proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border.

He pointed out that most of the cases in the Southwest are occurring in counties closes to the U.S.-Mexico border. And people screaming, protesting, and sharing megaphones can lead to more cases.

Reported increases in hospitalizations, he noted “is from the reinstatement of regular medical care.”

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Florida Department of Health’s COVID-19 Report Includes Escalated Positive Figures

Hundreds of labs throughout Florida show a 100% positivity rate for those tested for COVD-19, as listed on the Florida Department of Health’s COVID-19 July 13 report, which is highly suspect.

Fox35 News in Orlando noticed the oddity and reached out to some of the labs, with one so far responding. Orlando Health told Fox35 that their figures should be 9.4%, not 98%.

Someone wanted to push Florida’s positive rate into double digits.

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