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Winnie the Flu
Jan 25, 2020 - 2:04 PM - by JoeP
I'M SORRY OK. I come from an older generation when making new threads was not seen as a big thing.

Also sorry: not influenza, but coronavirus. DEAL WITH IT.


Did China fuel Wuhan coronavirus spread with information crackdown? - Business Insider
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China spent the crucial first days of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak arresting people who posted about it online and threatening journalists
So, #WinnieTheFlu


The situation:
The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak started sometime in December, at (probably) a seafood wholesale market in Wuhan, Hubei province, central China. Although it seems less deadly than SARS (2003), and the apparent mortality rate may be inflated by more serious cases being diagnosed first, the death toll is around 41 and over 1,300 cases are known in mainland China and a small number in over 10 other countries.

Wuhan has been locked down, closed to travel in or out, and travel bans are being established in some other areas. Lots of people will already have travelled for the Chinese New Year, so it's bound to continue spreading. The WHO has not yet declared this a global emergency, but lots of airports now have fever scanners and other such checks.


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