8:43 AM 3/27/2020 - Coronavirus Transmission: My Hypothesis: COVID-19 is used as a Bioweapon

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The route of transmission is infectious fecal aerosol to lungs, which can be used in both the targeted ways, against the selected individuals, and in mass spreading ways, by spraying the same type of the aerosol, derived from the infected "human bombs", in a variety of forms: from drones, moving vehicles, by insertion into the ventilation systems, by substituting the cleaning aerosols, etc., etc. This hypothesis has to be researched and checked out, if it is correct it will provide the keys for dealing with the Epidemic. The driving criminal force behind this hypothetical spread is very likely the Mafia, very likely the Russian Jewish one, the TOC, or the other varieties, allied with some Intelligence Services. This has to be investigated also. 
The practical measures to limit this hypothesized deliberate active spread can be taken right now. 

Michael Novakhov | 8:43 AM 3/27/2020 

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Vladimir Putin has called on G20 countries to work together to find a coronavirus vaccine as world leaders held a virtual summit today. 
The Russian leader used the video conference to demand a 'green corridor' in which key technology could be shared regardless of sanctions such as those on Moscow. 
Putin also warned that long-term unemployment was a 'key risk' resulting from the current standstill, as G20 leaders vowed to used 'all available tools' to reduce the economic blow.  
Donald Trump, Boris Johnson, Xi Jinping and Emmanuel Macron were among the leaders on the conference call today, which was being hosted remotely by the King of Saudi Arabia
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau appeared on a screen from his home in Ottawa, where he is in quarantine after his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau caught the virus. 
Angela Merkel is also working from home after being treated by a doctor who has since tested positive, although the chancellor's own tests have come back negative.  
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A joint statement released by the leaders after the virtual summit called for a 'transparent, robust, co-ordinated, large-scale and science-based global response'. 
'We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life and the suffering faced by people around the world,' the statement said. 
'Tackling the pandemic and its intertwined health, social and economic impacts is our absolute priority. 
'We express our gratitude and support to all frontline health workers as we continue to fight the pandemic. 
'The G20 is committed to do whatever it takes to overcome the pandemic, along with the World Health Organization, International Monetary Fund, World Bank Group, United Nations, and other international organisations.' 
The leaders vowed to 'share timely and transparent information' and share materials for research, as scientists around the world scramble to develop a vaccine. 
An effective vaccine would hugely reduce the pressure on public health services and allow life to return to normal for the billions under lockdown.  
Speaking from Moscow, Vladimir Putin declared that a vaccine would be found more quickly if G20 countries work together. 
'We undoubtedly cannot afford to act on the principle every man for himself,' the Russian president said.
Putin also called for 'green corridors full of trade wars and sanctions' to ensure the supply of medication, equipment and technology.  
'Ideally we should introduce a... joint moratorium on restrictions on essential goods as well as on financial transactions for their purchase,' Putin said.
Russia has been under numerous rounds of Western sanctions following the annexation of Crimea in 2014 and its role in the Ukraine crisis. 
Saudi Arabia, which is presiding over the G20 this year, opened the meeting with an urgent appeal by King Salman for the world's most powerful nations to finance the research and development of a vaccine. 
'This human crisis requires a global response. The world counts on us to come together and cooperate in order to face this challenge,' the Saudi monarch said. 
South Korean president Moon Jae-in sits in his presidential office and looks at his fellow world leaders on video screens during today's virtual G20 summit
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The leaders also pledged to use 'all available policy tools' to counter the economic blow from the pandemic, which has brought much of the world economy to a standstill.
The heads of government said they were injecting a combined $5trillion (£4.2trillion) into the global economy. 
Governments around the world have made extraordinary financial commitments to ease the economic impact of the crisis. 
The G20 statement also voiced fears about what could happen if the virus spread rapidly in developing countries, including in Africa. 
Even wealthy countries such as Italy have seen their health systems overwhelmed by the scale of the crisis, forcing doctors into unenviable life-or-death decisions. 
'We are gravely concerned with the serious risks posed to all countries, particularly developing and least developed countries, and notably in Africa,' the leaders said. 
They also highlighted 'the particular risk faced by refugees and displaced persons'. 
'We consider that consolidating Africa's health defence is a key for the resilience of global health,' the joint statement said. 
'We will strengthen capacity building and technical assistance, especially to at-risk communities. We stand ready to mobilise development and humanitarian financing.'
Ethiopia's government told G20 finance ministers and Central Bank chiefs in a call ahead of Thursday's summit that Africa needs a $150billion emergency financing package due to the impact of the virus.
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Saudi Arabia's King Salman (pictured today) was hosting the summit remotely from Riyadh
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Australian prime minister Scott Morrison sits at his desk at Parliament House in Canberra today during the virtual G20 summit
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged G20 leaders to adopt a 'wartime' plan including a stimulus package 'in the trillions of dollars' for businesses, workers and households in developing countries trying to tackle the pandemic.
The International Labor Organization says nearly 40 per cent of the world's population has no health insurance or access to national health services.
It said the current health crisis makes clear that not nearly enough progress has been made by governments in the years since the 2008 financial crisis to expand access to health services, sickness benefits, and unemployment protection. 
There was also praise for the International Olympic Committee after it finally gave in and postponed the Tokyo Games until 2021, after organisers had insisted for weeks that the showpiece would happen on schedule. 
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'We commend Japan's determination to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 in their complete form as a symbol of human resilience,' the leaders said.
Organisers say they will retain the label Tokyo 2020, even though the Games will not be held in this calendar year. 
'We stand ready to react promptly and take any further action that may be required, the statement concluded today. 
'We express our readiness to convene again as the situation requires. Global action, solidarity and international cooperation are more than ever necessary to address this pandemic. 
'We are confident that, working closely together, we will overcome this. We will protect human life, restore global economic stability, and lay out solid foundations for strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth.'  
A similar virtual meeting between G7 foreign ministers ended in disagreement this week, as Washington pushed to call out China as the source of the virus. 
The foreign ministers were unable to agree on the U.S. push to identify the pathogen as the 'Wuhan virus', meaning no joint statement was released after the call.       
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Intel: Why Moscow is dispatching its military to fight coronavirus in Syria, Italy ... a WMD [weapons of mass destruction], biological or chemical weapons use. ... Ministry has all kinds of specialists on these types of [biological] threats.
Why Moscow is dispatching its military to fight coronavirus in Syria, Italy

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On March 25, the first Russian navy cargo ship transited Turkey’s Bosporus strait en route to Syria. The ship was reported to be carrying three ambulances and a shipping container on its deck believed to contain equipment to be used to help fight the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Syria.
Syria, a country with a health system wrecked by years of conflict, reported its first case of coronavirus March 22. It reported four new cases on March 25 to bring the total to five.
Why it matters: The dispatch of the Russian cargo ship to Syria comes the day after Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu was hosted by President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus. As Al-Monitor reported March 24, the situation involving the coronavirus in Syria has raised concerns in Russia., and Moscow wants to help out. 
Earlier, the recently appointed Iranian ambassador to Moscow, Kazem Jalali, said Russia had made “a friendly move” toward the Islamic Republic by sending up to 500 testing systems used to identify COVID-19.
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On March 23, Russia and China called on the United States to lift sanctions against Iran to help the country manage the coronavirus crisis.
Also, following a call between President Vladimir Putin and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, the Russian military sent Italy — a member of NATO — 14 cargo planes with nearly 100 virologists and epidemiologists, and a dozen medical teams with equipment. The move triggered indignation among some NATO allies and debates within Russia whether the country is being too generous by helping others as Russia itself is seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases — 658 registered cases as of March 25, a rise of 163 in 24 hours..
Coronavirus as a war front: Ilya Kramnik, an expert at the Moscow-based Russian International Affairs Council, told Al-Monitor the concerns over the lack of Russian resources to fight the virus are premature.
“Russia has one the biggest armies in the world trained to be able to wage a war during a WMD [weapons of mass destruction], biological or chemical weapons use. … What is important is to study what happens on the ground in the affected countries,” he said.
Kramnik, a noted military analyst, outlined three factors why Russian military medics are being deployed to the affected zones.
“First — the expertise. The Defense Ministry has all kinds of specialists on these types of [biological] threats. Second — the responsiveness. This means these specialists should be prepared to carry out the assigned tasks in a real-time mode having all the necessary equipment and operating within a well-organized structure. Finally — the mobility. These specialists should be organized into small well-equipped groups that could be transported by air to an affected zone,” he said.
What’s next? On March 25, Putin addressed the Russian public over the coronavirus and introduced some socioeconomic policies and extended some quarantine and lockdown procedures. On the foreign policy front, Russia is likely to continue demonstrating its competitive advantage in tackling biological threats as a way to highlight deficiencies in other actors’ policies — the United States and the European Union in particular. 
Know more: Read Al-Monitor to learn what other subject matters Assad discussed with the top Russian military official in the March 23 meeting, and check out our profile of the brave Syrian female doctors who are on the front line to fight a new war — against the coronavirus.  
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New York City coronavirus cases over time chart shows growing outbreak

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More than 17,800 coronavirus cases — nearly 30% of the US's total — have been reported across New York City's five boroughs. Almost 200 New York residents — one-quarter of the American fatalities — have died from the virus since the city's first reported case on March 1.
Comparing New York City's daily summaries of COVID-19 cases, deaths, and hospitalizations shows how quickly the city's coronavirus outbreak is escalating. In the 10 days between March 14 and 24, the number of cases there jumped from 185 to 15,597.
Nearly 2,500 new cases were reported on Tuesday, and another 2,300 were reported on Wednesday morning. Its epidemic curve looks like a steep staircase. 
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order on March 20 mandating that all nonessential businesses keep their workers at home, instructing people across the state to stay home and practice social distancing. It went into effect at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday.
The US has the world's third-highest total of coronavirus cases. Its outbreak appears to be getting worse — each day brings an equal or higher number of new confirmed cases than the one before.
For a month or so following the first confirmed US case on January 20, the number of reported cases remained low: less than 15 (this number is dependent on testing, however, which was initially delayed and limited in the US). Then on February 28 — the day after the US' first case of community spread was reported — the number of cases started to rise each day, and that trend hasn't stopped.
Between March 10 and March 13, the number of new US cases tripled — in part due to an increase in testing in state and private labs around the country. Between March 16 and 20, the number of cases tripled again, from about 5,600 to more than 16,600. The last five days have seen a third tripling: Between March 20 and 25, the number of cases jumped from about 16,600 to more than 62,800.
About half of those 62,800 cases have been reported in New York State. 
Cases have now been reported in all 50 states and Washington, DC, along with Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. More than 800 Americans have died. One-quarter of the US deaths have been reported in New York City.
Ruobing Su contributed reporting to this story.
Gastrointestinal Virus Symptoms for Coronavirus [LIST]

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Getty Which gastrointestinal virus symptoms indicate coronavirus?
With the COVID-19 coronavirus fundamentally altering life around the world, many people are wondering whether their symptoms match coronavirus. Among those questions: What are the gastrointestinal virus symptoms that might be a sign you have COVID-19?
Compounding the anxiety: Some people aren’t sure whether their stomach pain is caused by anxiety or it’s a symptom of coronavirus (or something else.) We live in uncertain times, and we’re dealing with an unknown illness. It’s important to be vigilant about symptoms but to also keep an optimistic mindset and remember that most people with coronavirus recover from it.
The answer, now: Yes, gastrointestinal issues can be a symptom of coronavirus, but they’re not the most common symptom (you can see a breakdown later in this article). However, diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain, and lack of appetite have all been documented as symptoms seen in coronavirus patients.
Fever, shortness of breath, and a dry cough are among the top symptoms, however.
Coronavirus diagnosis can be tricky because the symptoms are, in many cases, very similar to the flu or a common cold. In addition, it’s hard to get testing in many jurisdictions even if you’ve traveled overseas. There’s not a known cure for coronavirus anyway, so if you think you have it, consult with your primary care doctor. Most people who get coronavirus will recover, but some survivors have described a very vicious battle with a flu-like illness.
Let’s tease out how common gastrointestinal pain is though in studies of coronavirus, with the recognition that people’s bodies handle the virus different ways. Not everyone has the same symptoms at the same stages.
“The most common symptoms of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, are fever, cough and shortness of breath,” according to John Hopkins Medicine. “Some patients also have body aches, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. If you have a sore throat and think you have been exposed to the new coronavirus, contact a health care provider by phone and discuss your risk.”
Here’s what you need to know:

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First of all, just because you have gastrointestinal symptoms doesn’t mean you have coronavirus. You might have the flu, a common cold, or something else. There might be something non-viral going on of concern. Or maybe it’s anxiety. Your doctor is better equipped to tell you that (don’t take medical advice over the Internet!) But credible research studies and governmental sites have outlined the common symptoms for coronavirus. Gastrointestinal issues are among them. Also be aware that the virus has an incubation stage (symptoms appear between 2-14 days) and the symptoms themselves can take time to worsen (even 8 days or more). However, again, most people recover from COVID-19.
A new study from the Wuhan Medical Treatment Expert Group for COVID-19 appeared in The American Journal of Gastroenterology. It studied 204 people who received medical care for COVID-19. You can find the study here. The researchers found that digestive problems were far more common in coronavirus patients than other studies indicated, writing that “half of patients in our cohort reported a digestive symptom.”
They concluded: “Although most patients presented to the hospital with fever or respiratory symptoms, we found that 103 patients (50.5%) reported a digestive symptom, including lack of appetite (81 [78.6%] cases), diarrhea (35 [34%] cases), vomiting (4 [3.9%] cases), and abdominal pain (2 [1.9%] cases).”
The researchers noted:
If lack of appetite is excluded from the analysis (since it is less specific for the gastrointestinal tract), there were 38 total cases (18.6%) where patients presented with a gastrointestinal-specific symptom, including diarrhea, vomiting, or abdominal pain. Patients with digestive symptoms had a significantly longer time from onset to admission than patients without digestive symptoms (9.0 days vs. 7.3 days). In 6 cases there were digestive symptoms but no respiratory symptoms. As the severity of the disease increased, digestive symptoms became more pronounced. Patients with digestive symptoms had higher mean liver enzyme levels, lower monocyte count, longer prothrombin time, and received more antimicrobial treatment than those without digestive symptoms.
The study also found: “Curiously, our data indicate that patients with digestive symptoms in our case series rarely had underlying digestive diseases.”
The article Clinical Characteristics of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in China was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. That article noted, “During the first 2 months of the current outbreak, Covid-19 spread rapidly throughout China and caused varying degrees of illness. Patients often presented without fever, and many did not have abnormal radiologic findings.” Thus, although fever is often cited as a leading indicator of coronavirus, an absence of a fever does not mean that you don’t have it, either.
However, this study did find that the most common coronavirus symptoms were fever and cough. This study found that, while gastrointestinal symptoms could occur in coronavirus patients, they were “uncommon” (nausea or vomiting was experienced by just 5 percent of patients studied, and diarrhea was suffered by only 3.8 percent).
“The median incubation period was 4 days (interquartile range, 2 to 7). The median age of the patients was 47 years (interquartile range, 35 to 58); 0.9% of the patients were younger than 15 years of age. A total of 41.9% were female. Fever was present in 43.8% of the patients on admission but developed in 88.7% during hospitalization,” the researchers reported. “The second most common symptom was cough (67.8%); nausea or vomiting (5.0%) and diarrhea (3.8%) were uncommon. Among the overall population, 23.7% had at least one coexisting illness (e.g., hypertension and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).”
Here’s the list of symptoms with percentages found in that research study:
Emerging 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Pneumonia is another research study that broke down the percentages of symptoms in Chinese patients with the virus.
That study of coronavirus patients found that 10 percent had diarrhea and 6 percent had nausea or vomiting. The most common symptom was fever, which was reported by 96 percent of patients, following by a cough (47 percent), a little phlegm (20 percent), myalgia or fatigue (31 percent), mild headache and dizziness (16 percent), loss of appetite (18 percent), and stuffy or runny nose (4 percent).
Here’s the symptom chart from that study:
According to Harvard Medical School, “some people infected with the virus have no symptoms. When the virus does cause symptoms, common ones include low-grade fever, body aches, coughing, nasal congestion, and sore throat. However, COVID-19 can occasionally cause more severe symptoms like high fever, severe cough, and shortness of breath, which often indicates pneumonia.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, coronavirus symptoms “may appear 2-14 days after exposure (based on the incubation period of MERS-CoV viruses).” The site lists the most common symptoms as:
Fever
Cough
Shortness of breath
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The Australian government explains, “If you develop symptoms (fever, a cough, sore throat, tiredness or shortness of breath) within 14 days of leaving country or region that is at higher risk for COVID-19, or within 14 days of last contact of a confirmed case, you should arrange to see your doctor for urgent assessment.”
In general, according to the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, coronaviruses (of which there are many), can cause these symptoms:
runny nose
headache
cough
sore throat
fever
Loss of taste and smell and red rimmed eyes have also emerged as possibly symptoms of COVID-19.
Sometimes the virus leads to pneumonia, which is when the virus gets more serious and can require hospitalization.
How do I know if I have COVID-19 or the regular flu? Harvard Medical School advises: “COVID-19 often causes symptoms similar to those a person with a bad cold or the flu would experience. And like the flu, the symptoms can progress and become life-threatening. Your doctor is more likely to suspect coronavirus if: you have respiratory symptoms and you recently traveled to countries with ongoing community spread of the COVID-19 virus, including China, Iran, Italy, Japan, South Korea, or you have been exposed to someone suspected of having COVID-19, or there has been community spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 in your area.
What is the incubation period? “Because this coronavirus has just been discovered, the time from exposure to symptom onset (known as the incubation period) for most people has yet to be determined. Based on current information, symptoms could appear as soon as three days after exposure to as long as 13 days later. Recently published research found that on average, the incubation period is about five days,” says Harvard.

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