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Which country(ies) will fare the worst due to the WuFlu?


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That does it, one of my worst nightmares.

Don't worry, there are already tons of videos of old Chinese people casually pulling parts off, walking out to the shops, then going back in and pushing the broken bits back over the holes again. This is as completely ineffectual and useless as every other attempt to quarantine people so far.
 

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Has this been mentioned before? People in South Korea have been defying bans to protest for the president's imprisonment.

A quick search and it has to do with his politics?
Many people there hate commies more than they fear Corona-chan.
Yeah, Moon Jae-In has had a lot of political fuckery going on, a very strong government based political censorship program, and he hasn't been able to keep many of his campaign promises.

The right wing in Korea hate him more than the right wing in the US hated Obama. President Park Geun-Hye the former head of the RoK right wing was a political Nixon, and that lead to a temporary cratering of conservative support in the country.

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747s Carrying Americans Exposed To Coronavirus Used New Quarantine Box For Infected FlyersLate Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen helped develop the modular system for use in worst-case scenarios after the 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak.
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A pair of Kalitta Air 747-400ERF freighters carrying hundreds of U.S. citizens home from Japan after weeks of being quarantined on-board the cruise ship Diamond Princess, where 454 passengers contracted the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, have arrived at two American military bases. Pictures from the operation show that at least one of the aircraft was carrying a specialized shipping container-sized bio-containment system to isolate individuals diagnosed with the virus from non-infected passengers and crew.

The late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen helped develop this system after the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

The two aircraft left Tokyo's Haneda Airport at 7:05 AM local time on Feb. 17, 2020. Due to crossing the International Date Line, the first of these planes touched down at Travis Air Force Base in California at just shy of 11:30 PM local time on Feb. 16. The second 747 arrived at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in Texas at 3:56 AM local time on Feb. 17.

"During the evacuation process, after passengers had disembarked the ship and initiated transport to the airport, U.S. officials received notice that 14 passengers, who had been tested 2-3 days earlier, had tested positive for COVID-19," the U.S. State Department, which had chartered the flights, said in a statement on Feb. 17, 2020, using the formal name for the new coronavirus. "These individuals were moved in the most expeditious and safe manner to a specialized containment area on the evacuation aircraft to isolate them in accordance with standard protocols."

The press release did not offer any details about this "specialized containment area," but pictures from the evacuation show a Containerized Bio-Containment System (CBCS) installed on one of the aircraft. The 747-400ERFs are not configured to carry passengers by default and those that had not tested positive for the new coronavirus traveled in palletized seating installed on the planes' cargo floors.

Photos of the flights evacuating US citizens from the quarantined Diamond Princess. Kalitta Air 747 freighters with palletised seating, divided into compartments. USAF bases (Lackland & Travis) being used as reception airfields. pic.twitter.com/vj0RrL3mKA
— Andy Netherwood (@AndyNetherwood) February 17, 2020
The CBCS is 44 feet long and eight feet tall, making it roughly the same size as an ISO shipping container. It is "a first-of-its-kind, flyable medical transport unit with full biocontainment," MRIGlobal, which helped design the system, says on its website.


"The units feature three rooms: a patient treatment area for four patients and four caregivers; an ante room to safely don and doff personal protective equipment; and a rest area for two caregivers," MRIGobal's page continues. "Pilots can cargo the CBCS in both private and military aircraft, confident that the biocontainment is safe and effective. CBCS units can be moved by truck, too, ready for use. The CBCS is designed to survive crash loads and rapid decompression per DOD Safe-to-Fly standards, and the entire system can be rapidly de-contaminated and put right back into service."

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The development of the system began in 2014 with a $5 million public-private partnership grant from the State Department to the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. At the time, Paul Allen, a Microsoft co-founder who passed away in 2018 due to cancer, had expressed an interest to the U.S. government in using some of his considerable wealth in helping to combat the Ebola virus. In December 2013, an Ebola outbreak in West Africa turned into a major regional crisis. This, in turn, prompted the United States to deploy considerable resources, including a U.S. military task force, to safeguard American citizens and help contain the epidemic.

That outbreak demonstrated the value of a smaller system, known as the Aeromedical Biological Containment System (ABCS). The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), together with the U.S. military and air services contractor Phoenix Air, had developed the ABCS between 2007 and 2010 in response to a number of serious disease outbreaks, including multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), and avian influenza, or "bird flu."

The ABCS, which was designed to fit inside Phoenix's Gulfstream III business jet aircraft, consists of a tent-like isolator unit that is entirely sealed to prevent airborne pathogens from escaping. You can read much more about the development of ABCS and Phoenix Air's specially outfitted Gulfstreams here.

Between 2014 and 2015, Phoenix Air's ABCS-equipped Gulfstream IIIs successfully brought 41 Ebola-infected patients to hospitals in the United States and Europe. So, when Paul Allen had offered to help, the State Department asked if he would be willing to help fund work on a larger, more capable containment system that could be employed in response to any future epidemic.


The Paul Allen Foundation, together with MRIGlobal and Phoenix Air, set to work and the first examples of the new Containerized Bio-Containment Systems (CBCS) were ready for testing in 2016. MRIGlobal says that it took just 191 days in total, after the requirements were solidified, to design and build the two CBCS.

The CBCS requires a much larger aircraft than the Gulfstream III to carry it. Kalitta's 747s are one option, but the State Department has also worked with the U.S. Air Force to certify its C-17A Globemaster III airlifters to carry them, if necessary.

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Phoenix Air is the primary contractor responsible for sustaining the CBCS. At least as of 2018, the company stood on-call to transport the containers by truck to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, where personnel would load them onto an aircraft, such as one of Kalitta's 747s. Hartsfield-Jackson is situated some 40 miles southeast of Cartersville Airport, where Phoenix Air is headquartered, but it is too small to readily accommodate commercial aircraft large enough to carry the containerized system.

"Training exercises are conducted several times annually, flying multiple aircraft to Africa, to maintain the high level of skills required to perform these missions," according to Phoenix Air. "The Contagious Disease program is operated under a multi-year contract with the U.S. Department of State (DOS)."

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It's not immediately clear if the State Department has access to more than two of these systems now. With each one only able to hold four patients, one or two of them would not have been enough to isolate all 14 of the U.S. citizens on the flights out of Japan who had tested positive for COVID-19. The CBCS may have simply been installed to provide an area to safely transport anyone who began experiencing especially severe symptoms in flight. The pictures from on-board the 747s show that the crew was wearing protective suits and it seems almost certain that other precautions were taken to prevent the spread of the virus.

"Passengers that develop symptoms in flight and those with positive test results will remain isolated on the flights and will be transported to an appropriate location for continued isolation and care," the State Department had said in its statement. "Upon landing in the United States, passengers will deplane at either Travis AFB or Joint Base San Antonio and will remain under quarantine for 14 days."

A total of around 340 Americans left Japan on both flights. Around 400 Americans had been on-board Diamond Cruises' Diamond Princess when it arrived in Yokohama harbor some two weeks ago. Japanese authorities placed the ship under quarantine after learning that a passenger who had disembarked in Hong Kong had tested positive for COVID-19. At least 46 U.S. citizens on the ship have already contracted the coronavirus since then.

At the time of writing, the CDC says that there are 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States, not including those from the Diamond Princess, and that 60 additional individuals are being evaluated for possible infection with the virus. There have been no deaths confirmed to be linked to this new coronavirus in the United States to date.

.@CDCgov has listed 467 people in 42 states in the US under investigation for the novel coronavirus. Of them, 15 have tested positive, 392 negative, and 60 are still pending. This doesn’t include those evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship.

-@MikeNedelman
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) February 17, 2020
As of Feb. 16, 2020, the United Nations' World Health Organization reported that there were nearly 51,900 confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide and 683 fatalities. The vast majority of these cases and deaths have occurred inside China, where the virus first appeared in December 2019. There have only been three deaths outside of China, one in the Philippines, one in Japan, and one in France. Though COVID-19's spread outside of China has been significantly slower than inside that country, it has now appeared in 25 other nations around the world.
The U.S. State Department already helped diplomatic staff and other U.S. citizens evacuate China on chartered flights, including on Kalitta's 747s, but it is unclear if the containerized containment system was employed or otherwise available on any of those earlier flights.

If there is a need to help Americans leave other countries where the virus becomes a major concern, it is certainly possible that the State Department will charter additional flights, some of which may be carrying the highly specialized Containerized Bio-Containment System in case there is a need to isolate infected passengers.
 

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On the very off chance the virus just completely decimates China, and Japan somehow gets by with only minor damage, you could see them become a regional superpower again. A lot of people there would likely want to be annexed by some other nation in the area, and Japan seems like the most likely country for them to turn to.
If Japan were smart, they'd extend this very offer to Hong Kong right about now.
 

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They're trying to move 60 Coronavirus patients to Costa Mesa to quarantine them. The place they chose isn't even a military place. It was a place for disabled people. Apparently they think it's a brilliant idea to put them right in a populated city instead of an isolated area.


Costa Mesa officials asked a federal court to block possible plans to house patients who have been exposed to coronavirus at the Fairview Development Center.


U.S. District Judge Josephine L. Staton issued a temporary restraining order late Friday, Feb. 21, and scheduled a hearing for 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24.


The city filed its request for a legal injunction on Friday after learning a day earlier that Fairview was being considered by federal and state officials as a quarantine site. State Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, whose district includes Costa Mesa, said other sites are also under consideration. It wasn’t immediately clear where those are.


Fairview is a 60-year-old, state-owned campus on Harbor Boulevard that was once home to about 2,000 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It’s now nearly empty as the state has moved residents into community homes and other living situations.


City officials don’t yet know how many people might be placed at Fairview, whether they would have tested positive for or be showing symptoms of coronavirus (officially known as COVID-19), what protocols would be followed or how long the center might be used, Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley said. Americans returning from overseas who may have been exposed to the virus have typically been quarantined for 14 days.


“There’s just so many unknowns. We don’t know what the plan is,” Foley said. “The city has not been part of any of the process that led to the consideration of the site and it would be unfair to not include us in this kind of significant decision that has great impact on our community.”


While the virus can cause severe illness and even death, health and infectious disease experts have said the risk to most Americans is low, noting that it is mainly passed between people who are in close contact via droplets from coughs or sneezes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website late Friday listed 14 confirmed cases in the U.S., but a CNN article said the agency is reporting 34 domestic cases, including American cruise ship passengers who just returned to the U.S.


Costa Mesa’s court filing said federal authorities (including the CDC, Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Defense) and state agencies (including the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services and Department of General Services) propose to relocate “35 to 50 patients already diagnosed with the coronavirus from a secure location on Travis Air Force Base” to Fairview, which was “not intended to house individuals infected with a highly contagious and deadly disease.”


City officials are asking the federal court to block a transfer until the site is determined suitable to house the patients.


Foley said city officials learned of the proposal to quarantine patients at Fairview late Thursday, Feb. 20, and have been trying to get information since then, largely to no avail.


State Department of General Services spokeswoman Monica Hassan wrote in an email that the directive came from the CDC and any questions should be directed to that agency. Hassan’s department is in charge of state-owned properties including Fairview.


Officials with the CDC and state Health and Human Services Agency could not immediately be reached for comment late Friday.


“The federal government is evaluating a number of potential secondary sites for the treatment of California coronavirus patients,” Petrie-Norris said in an email. She added that she would be shocked if Fairview is chosen, given its location in “a densely populated urban community,” and that her office will share information as it becomes available.


Fairview is surrounded on three sides by a golf course and abuts a residential neighborhood. It includes more than a dozen mostly empty buildings that would likely require substantial preparation to serve as a medical facility.

Fun fact: Costa Mesa was a city that opposed the sanctuary state law.
 
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They're trying to move 60 Coronavirus patients to Costa Mesa to quarantine them. The place they chose isn't even a military place. It was a place for disabled people. Apparently they think it's a brilliant idea to put them right in a populated city instead of an isolated area.




Fun fact: Costa Mesa was a city that opposed the sanctuary city law.
That almost sounds like revenge for not going along with the open borders agenda.
 

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smh they are now saying the virus might come from this creature I talked about many pages ago:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_giant_salamander

Hey slants, eat farmed animals. Stop putting things that move in your mouths, or if you must, cook thoroughly.

Not sure why this is not getting more hits OH YES... YOUTUBE IS BURYING ANYTHING THAT MIGHT HURT WHINNE THE POO!. Yea this is happening with main stream media. Anyhow enjoy.

Why would they? YouTube isn't allowed in China anyway. They aren't taking down China uncensored and the numerous FaLunGong trash.
I heard they are demonitised videos that mention the virus. YT is a virus at this point, what a shit platform. Imagine censoring topics regarding to a major outbreak affecting the world, fuck youtube. Turn on that adblocker.
 

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Last Thursday and Friday (Valentine's Day!) posts. I've included all of the survival/prep advice here in the informative extras, although I noticed there was a bit of controversy over how useful it is. I think the advice is still worth its weight in gold, but obviously temper it based on your current situation and level of risk, etc.

○ Scott Morrison announces Australia will extend its ban on foreigners that have been to mainland China (@theshep post)
○ Update from China's National Health Commission now more than 7 hours late (@DerSandstrom post)
○ Update: 60332 confirmed cases of coronavirus, 1369 deaths, 6061 recovered (@MechanicusAdmin post)
○ Gas pipeline reportedly explodes in Wuhan (@Ow The Edge post)
○ Australia's ABC reports on Chinese student evicted from Perth house due to coronavirus fears (@Charls did nothing wrong post)
○ Shanghai restaurant owner laments that his venue is empty on Valentine's Day (@Ahriman post)
○ Suspicious fires breaking out all over China (@HonsPonzud post)
○ China's CCP announces that local officials in Wuhan "had responded with extreme negligence" during the start of the coronavirus outbreak (@Not Really Here post)
○ Pregnant doctor due to give birth in a few weeks reportedly working in a Wuhan hospital around coronavirus victims (@Coleslaw post)
○ Japan reports first death from coronavirus in an 80 year old woman living in Kanagawa, and an update: 77261 confirmed cases of coronavirus, 2250 deaths (@Apathy is my superpower post)
○ CDC 02/12 telebriefing on the coronavirus, with transcript (@Jann_Hörn post)
○ First confirmed case of coronavirus in Texas, as patient at San Antonio hospital tests positive (@Apathy is my superpower post)
○ 4 new cases of coronavirus reported in Japan; Japanese woman who died from coronavirus had never left the country and it is not known how she was even infected; China's Dawa County now detaining people who leave their homes; China's Huangzhou district now offering its citizens money rewards for reporting people who appear to be suffering from fever; North Korea extends its quarantine period for the coronavirus to 30 days (@la mort post)
○ Scientists begin testing new coronavirus vaccine on mice (@Alto post)
○ Japanese woman who died from the coronavirus was apparently the mother-in-law of the taxi driver who previously contracted the virus (@LetThemEatCake post)
○ Person with a confirmed case of coronavirus was at Westminister conference, and an update: 4823 new cases and 116 new deaths reported from coronavirus epicenter, and 9638 people in critical condition in Hubei (@Bat Soup Reviews post)
○ Nigeria readies for coronavirus outbreak by setting up an isolation center in their state University Teaching Hospital (@Bat Soup Reviews post)
○ Odd stories reported in mainstream media of the foreigners trapped in Wuhan and their 'struggles' dealing with sensible rationing and price gouging (@Don Herbert post)
○ North Korea reportedly executes coronavirus-positive official for ignoring quarantine and visiting public baths (@HTTP Error 404 post)


Informative takes and extras:
@ballslols shares some post-disaster prepping tips
@LetThemEatCake on the importance of washing properly with detergents and soap to protect yourself from viruses and radiation
@Jet Fuel Johnny's coronavirus survival guide: cooking edition
@Autistic lurker 's advice on hunting and fishing skills for survival
@Still Anonymous For This on why hunting/foraging in a post-apocalyptic SHTF situation might not be a good idea
More survival resources: camping-style tin can stoves and DIY washboards (@Feline Supremacist post)
@Salade Nicoise's spreadsheet of the non-China cases as reported by the John Hopkins tracker for 02/13
@Jet Fuel Johnny on why comparisons between the coronavirus and 1918's Spanish flu are not really informative in today's globalized world
@BONE_Buddy on sensible prepping and developing skills that are useful even outside of survival situations
○ Pregnant woman gives stillbirth and ten days later is back treating coronavirus patients (@Coleslaw post)
○ Chinese people still murdering pet dogs, fearing that they can transmit the coronavirus (@Keystone post)
○ Fears of mass job losses as the coronavirus wrecks China's economy, and dependence upon raw drug materials from China puts Indian pharmaceutical companies' supply chains at risk (@I am the Muffin Maker post)
○ US passengers from the Westerdam cruise ship greeted with flowers and a Valentine's Day kiss from Cambodian Prime Minister, and San Francisco flight on lockdown at Heathrow amid coronavirus fears (@Shoggoth post)
○ UK conference attendee that tested positive for coronavirus was in proximity to 250 other delegates, including two Labour MPs (@Shoggoth post)
○ Video: woman dragged from a crowded supermarket in Longgang, China, for refusing to wear a face mask (@Ahriman post)
○ Egypt reports first confirmed case of coronavirus in mainland Africa (@Autistic lurker post)
○ Fifth confirmed case of coronavirus reported for British Columbia, and 4 new cases reported in Japan (@Apathy is my superpower post)
○ Update: 2420 new confirmed cases of coronavirus and 139 new deaths reported from outbreak epicenter (@Fat Is Divinity post)
○ Apparently the coronavirus is deadlier the 2nd time you catch it if you're reinfected (@HonsPonzud post)
Over 1700 frontline medics infected with coronavirus in China, and North Korea reportedly delays "Christmas surprise" ICBM launch amid coronavirus outbreak situation (@BONE_Buddy post)
○ Woman doctors and nurses in Wuhan have to resort to cling wrap instead of tampons since male officials refuse to accept donations of tampons (@Coleslaw post)
○ Wuhan tightens their lockdown, now banning people from leaving their homes (@HTTP Error 404 post)


Informative takes and extras:
Video: ADV Podcasts interview with someone trapped in Wuhan (@Rudy Russo post)
@Bob's Fuckass Head on sensible levels of preparation and risk management
@JosephStalin's survival recommendations: batteries and battery-powered lanterns/LED torches are always useful
@Not Really Here found a cool power-bank that has a flashlight, AM/FM/NOAA radio, phone charger and charges by crank/solar
New video from Dr Campbell for 02/14, on protecting yourself and your family from coronavirus infection (@LetThemEatCake post)
@Desu Mountain archived some posts from GameFAQs, apparently from Chinese citizens under quarantine discussing China's handling of the situation
@EmuWarsVeteran on statistics and survival bias
Video: Dr Campbell criticizes the handling of the Yokohama cruise ship quarantine (@LetThemEatCake post)
 

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Samsung Electronics said on Saturday (Feb 22) that one coronavirus case had been confirmed at its mobile device factory complex in the southeastern city of Gumi, causing a shutdown of its entire facility.

Samsung Electronics, the world's top smartphone maker, said it plans to close the complex until the morning of Feb 24.


The floor where the infected employee worked will be shut down until the morning of Feb 25.


 

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Ten new cases of coronavirus in Iran, one dead
(Reuters) - Ten new cases of coronavirus have been detected in Iran, one of whom has died, Health Ministry spokesman Kianush Jahanpur said on state TV on Saturday.

The new numbers announced by the health ministry bring the total number of cases of the new coronavirus in the country to 28, with five of the total having died.
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Rapid Surge in Iran Coronavirus Cases Is ‘Very Worrisome’: WHO
A surge in coronavirus cases and deaths in Iran is raising concern because the outbreak can’t be traced directly back to China, the head of the World Health Organization said.

The cases, which suggest rapid spread in a country outside of the epidemic’s center in China, are “very worrisome,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters Friday at a press briefing in Geneva. The window of opportunity to stop the spread in countries outside the place where it began is “really narrowing,” he said. “This outbreak could go in any direction.”

In Iran, there have been 18 cases* (28 cases now) and four deaths* (five deaths now) in just the past two days, Tedros said. One case was also reported Friday in Lebanon that was directly linked to Iran. Health experts are racing to limit new cases outside China, where severe quarantine measures are in place.

Tedros said the WHO is getting information from Iranian authorities, “but we have to engage them even more.”

“The concern is that we’re seeing a very rapid increase in a matter of days,” said Sylvie Briand, director of global infectious hazard preparedness at the WHO.
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smh they are now saying the virus might come from this creature I talked about many pages ago:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_giant_salamander

Hey slants, eat farmed animals. Stop putting things that move in your mouths, or if you must, cook thoroughly.
Yeah notice that "Critically Endangered" IUCN status?

Usually IUCN can be pretty late on that shit (considering we have a species of salamander in Georgia/Florida down to just a handful of breeding pools on the literal verge of extinction, and its still at "vulnerable" status); so it would be cruel irony if this virus came from a species that will likely be gone in the next decade or two because the Chinese have this weird obsession with eating endangered animals.

A last flip of the bird by the Chinese Giant Salamander before fading into the night
 

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Many people there hate commies more than they fear Corona-chan.
There is a Korean shitposter in one of the chats I'm in and while a few of us were chatting about the kung flu he just busted the fuck in shouting "CHING CHANG CHNIG BAT SOUP TIANANMEN CHONG GWANG WOOK BTS GYONG CHEONG BANG DONG KPOP CORONA AIDS TIANANMEN". Blessed shitposter.

Every step the ccp takes makes me feel like they want their people to die. their desire to stay in the world economy is the only thing that convinces me otherwise.
 

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Yeah notice that "Critically Endangered" IUCN status?

Usually IUCN can be pretty late on that shit (considering we have a species of salamander in Georgia/Florida down to just a handful of breeding pools on the literal verge of extinction, and its still at "vulnerable" status); so it would be cruel irony if this virus came from a species that will likely be gone in the next decade or two because the Chinese have this weird obsession with eating endangered animals.

A last flip of the bird by the Chinese Giant Salamander before fading into the night
Yeah exactly.
It's...
1. Fucking illegal
2. The chinks suck at enforcing laws regarding to protecting native species unless it's a bear that's black and white
3. They'd rather ban people and send police out for some Winnie the Pooh memes shared on weibo

That's basically my disgust after looking up the thing, it's endangered already and they want to fucking eat it. I won't mind this Karma stuff if it's only people who consumed the animal getting the virus, it's spreading to others most of which have a clean diet free from endangered species and/or disgusting creatures.

Disgraceful and disgusting.
 

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North Korea successfully combated the virus!
Allegedly, the first verified carrier of coronachan in North Korea is executed.
Take notes governments of the world, this is a quick and easy solution.

How many different animals does that make the culprit now? First the bats, then snakes, then dogs, then armadillos, now salamanders.
Here's the complete list of animals, somewhat chronological:
- Bats
- Snakes
- Pangolins/Armadillos
- Dogs
- Salamanders
- Thot who's the head of Wuhan's virus lab
 

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North Korea successfully combated the virus!
Allegedly, the first verified carrier of coronachan in North Korea is executed.
Take notes governments of the world, this is a quick and easy solution.


Here's the complete list of animals, somewhat chronological:
- Bats
- Snakes
- Pangolins/Armadillos
- Dogs
- Salamanders
- Thot who's the head of Wuhan's virus lab
Hopefully they didn't just roll up and shoot the person or something fucking exceptional like that.
 

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