Two million Coronavirus cases reported worldwide

Two million Coronavirus cases reported worldwide

At least 2,004,670 cases of the coronavirus have been reported worldwide as of Wednesday morning. This landmark was met as the number of global infections have doubled in two weeks. Majority of the deaths due to the disease have occurred in Europe with nearly 130,680 people dead due to infection by the virus.

David
David
America
America 1 months

Wake me up when it hits 1.4 billion like H1N1. Not downplaying, just putting it into perspective for all the bleeding hearts out there. The threat is real (follow CDC guidelines and precautions), the fuax outrage from all the wannabe finger pointers is not.

John W
John W 1 months

Video put out by scientist Zhengli-Li Sh that collected the Yunnan bat virus they modified in the lab. https://youtu.be/mvbyRdRRb7o https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0966842X16300038 Study on how they modified the wildbat virus to make it infectious to humans. In order to predict whether a SARS-related bat CoV, named WIV1-CoV, discovered in Chinese horseshoe bats in Yunnan [6], had the potential to emerge in humans, Menachery et al. synthesized a full-DNA clone based on the sequence of the virus [1]. "The clone was shown to be able to generate infectious virus in primary human airway epithelial cell " "There are fears that accidental release of these ‘super-virulent’ viruses or their use as biological weapons may lead to uncontrollable epidemics"

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