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San Francisco Declares State Of Emergency Over Covid-19; Germany Confirms 18th Case Reader 02/25/2020 (Tue) 23:21:07 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No. 15656
Summary:
• WHO warns the rest of the world "is not ready for the virus to spread..."
• CDC warns Americans "should prepare for possible community spread" of virus.
• San Francisco Mayor declares state of emergency
• Later, CDC says pandemic not a question of it, but when
Germany confirms 2nd case on Tuesday, brings total to 17
• Italy cases spike to 322; deaths hit 10
• Japan's Shiseido tesll 8k employees to work from home
• Kudlow tries to jawbone markets higher
• HHS Sec. Azar warns US lacks stockpiles of masks
• Italy Hotel in Lockdown After First Coronavirus Case in Liguria
• Algeria confirms 1st case
• First case in Switzerland
• Kuwait halts all flights to Singapore and Japan
• Iran confirms 95 cases, 15 deaths
• First case in Austria
• First case in Spain
• Iran Deputy Health Minister infected with Covid-19
Update (1750ET): Following reports just a few hours ago claiming Germany had reported its first case of the virus, Europe's largest economy has just reported its second case, according to domestic media reports. The first patient was reportedly a 25-year-old German who recently traveled to Milan. Patient No. 2 was confirmed near Germany's border with the Netherlands. The man is in critical condition. This brings Germany's total cases to 18. Germany's neighbors Austria and Switzerland confirmed their first cases on Tuesday as the virus spread through Central Europe. Over in Japan, Shiseido told 8,000 employees, roughly 30% of the personal-care company's workforce, to telecommute in keeping with the Japanese government's push for private employers to keep their workers out of offices and public places. Japanese companies started this more than a week ago, and have since expanded the number of employees affected.
Update (1700ET): SFChronicle reports that Mayor London Breed declared a state of emergency for San Francisco Tuesday, which will ramp up the city’s efforts to prepare for and confront potential cases. "There have been no confirmed coronavirus cases in San Francisco to date, but “the global picture is changing rapidly, and we need to step-up preparedness," Breed said in a statement. Three people have been treated at San Francisco hospitals for coronavirus, two of which have been discharged, but to date no cases have originated inside the city. “We see the virus spreading in new parts of the world every day, and we are taking the necessary steps to protect San Franciscans from harm.” This decision follows Santa Clara County, which declared a state of emergency a few weeks ago for similar reasons.
Update (1545ET): In keeping with the spate of ominous comments from American government officials, there have been reports about FDA Director Stephen Hahn warning about a shortage of medical supplies like facemasks as the CDC warns that outbreaks in the US are inevitable. He made a similar comment yesterday. [Pic related]
Update (1520ET): Following an intro from HHS's Alex Azar where he assured the public that the US is expanding its flu-monitoring surveillance system and taking other measures to mitigate the outbreak, a CDC representative attested that its response to the virus started in December following the initial reports. The US has pursued a policy of containment, travel restrictions and travel warnings. "We believe those precautions are working." She largely repeated the warnings from earlier, hinting at the possibility of "community-based measures" for infection response that could include quarantines, while the US shifts to a policy of treating mild cases in isolation at home. She also reiterated that it's no longer a question of if a pandemic will happen - it's a question of when.
"Our public health system has detected 14 people among the travelers entering the US. The fact that we have been cases at this level is an accomplishment.' [continued]

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/south-korean-crisis-response-coordinator-commits-suicide-cases-near-1000-live-updates
http://archive.is/SdFrr


Reader 02/25/2020 (Tue) 23:29:17 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15657 del
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Based on what we know right now we believe the immediate risk in the US remains 'low'. But we must use this time to prepare for the event of human transmission in the US. Part of that is educating the public about what transition from emergency measures to community-based measures would look like. Patients with the virus with mild or no symptoms have been placed in medical environments in quarantined. That level of care is mostly not needed. In most cases, the proper care would be management at home, with use of healthcare facilities only permitted for those with other underlying conditions, the elderly and other vulnerable people. Circumstances suggest the virus will cause a pandemic, if that happens, new strategies will need to be implemented. These interventions at the community level will vary depending on local conditions. It's not so much a question of if this will happen, but when, and how many people will become infected, and how many of those will develop a more complicated disease."

Well, there you have it. After that, Dr. Fauci spoke about the issue of a vaccine. Vaccine development began as soon as the virus genome was uploaded to the international database, and that human trials would likely begin within two months. He then explained the painstaking process of drug trials to illustrate why it will take "an additional 6-8 months" just to get the vaccine in circulation within "a year-year-and-a-half". But that's okay, Dr. Fauci said, because this virus isn't going away any time soon, and will likely return with next year's flu season.
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Update (1500ET): Germany has confirmed its first case of the virus, a traveler who reportedly came from Milan. Maybe they should give the whole 'keep the borders open' idea a rethink? Meanwhile, HHS is delivering its press conference: https://www.pscp.tv/w/1MnxnQbOmAmJO
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Update (1445ET): Algeria has confirmed its first case of the virus as the focus on the Middle East intensifies. Back in the US, the Dems are on the offensive against President Trump, with Chuck Schumer likening the administration's purportedly 'lackluster' virus response to Chernobyl (we also enjoyed the HBO series, Mr. Senator). Conn. Sen. and wax-faced robot Dick Blumenthal also criticized Trump's request for Congressional funds as "too little, too late."
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Update (1420ET): Kuwait has halted all flights to Singapore and Japan, according to Al Arabiya, as the paranoia over the outbreak in Iran intensifies, particularly among the GCC member states who barely need an excuse to shit on Iran.
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Update (1400ET): Here's an update on the situation in Iran via the Washington Post. Iran has confirmed 95 cases across the country, with at least 15 deaths, as more cases have popped up in Bahrain, the region of Kirkuk in neighboring Iraq, and elsewhere.
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Update (1335ET): [Missing. Kudlow propaganda removed. He's a kike]
Granted, there have been bright spots, but we can't help but wonder: Is Kudlow looking at the same data we are? And how does one explain gold and the 30-year? As far as rate cuts are concerned, Kudlow says "I'm not hearing that. I'm not hearing the Fed is going to make any panic moves." [Pic related] We can almost hear the bulls shouting 'Aw, C'mon Larry!' at their TV screens.
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Update (1245ET): More updates out of Europe. Earlier, we reported the first coronavirus cases had been confirmed in Austria and Croatia, showing that the virus has now spread to both central and southeastern Europe. Over in Italy, the number of confirmed cases has surpassed 300 to 322, while the number of dead climbed to 10, according to Italian emergency chief Angelo Borrelli, who said the newly deceased were over the age of 80. That's up from just 20 confirmed cases on Friday. Newly deceased were over 80 years old, says at press conference in Rome Tuesday. The new infections include three cases in southern Sicily region, Italian Civil Protection official Borrelli said.


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Earlier, we noted the WHO saying that while the pace of new infections has slackened in China thanks in part to the administration's heavy handed crackdown to fight the virus, if officials and the public aren't careful, we could see a resurgence. The WHO also warned that the world is wildly unprepared for the coronavirus, a fact that the CDC and HHS Secretary have now echoed about America's ability to respond to the crisis. German officials gave the first hint at what is coming earlier today when they said that closing borders with Italy wouldn't solve the problem (note: this is the same logic they used during the migrant crisis and we all remember how that turned out). Now, European health officials have collectively decided that closing borders would be "ineffective," concluding days of mounting speculation about whether Italy, or its neighbors, would suspend Schengen rules governing the free movement of people across the EU. According to Bloomberg, health ministers from Austria, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Switzerland and a representative from San Marino agreed on Tuesday to keep European borders open, arguing that closing them would be a "disproportionate and ineffective measure" at this time.
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The story of the four-star hotel at Tenerife, a Spanish island where an Italian doctor and his wife who both tested positive for COVID-19, appears to have captured the imagination of the international press. According to the BBC, the couple were staying at the H10 Costa Adeje Palace hotel on the island, which is the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands. The doctor tested positive Monday, and his wife the following day. They've been placed in isolation at the University Hospital Nuestra Senora de Candelaria. But in their wake, an entire hotel with more than 100 guests has been put under quarantine. Here's a still from a video of the residents gazing forlornly at the outside world that was initially shared by the NY Post.

Residents have been told to wait in their rooms as health officials test everyone in the building.
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Update (1145ET): US CDC says COVID-19 epidemic is rapidly evolving and expanding, warning that a vaccine could be ready in a year, and Americans should prepare for possible spreads in communities. "Now is the time for businesses, hospitals, communities, and schools to begin preparing to respond to coronavirus." Nancy Messonnier, the director of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said: "As more and more countries experience community spread, successful containment at our borders becomes harder and harder." Additionally, HHS Secretary Alex Azar says at Senate panel hearing that the U.S. doesn’t have enough stockpiles of masks and ventilators to fight the coronavirus and that’s one reason the Trump administration is seeking $2.5b in funding. About 30m so-called N95 respirator masks are stockpiled but as many as 300m are needed for healthcare workers, Azar says, adding that his department doesn't yet know how much they would cost. Democratic Sen. Patty Murray, who questioned the administration’s readiness to battle the spread of the virus:
"I’m deeply concerned we’re way behind the eight ball on this," Murray said while questioning Azar at the Appropriations subcmte hearing.
Azar also says the money would be used to help develop vaccines and treatments for the virus and that a vaccine could be ready in a year.
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Update (1100ET): WHO's Bruce Aylward told journalists that China's actions "prevented hundreds of thousands of cases" and warned that the rest of the world "is not ready for the virus to spread," adding that "countries should instruct citizens now on hygeine."
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Update (1001ET): A case of the novel corona virus has been confirmed for the first time in Switzerland. The federal government announced on Tuesday. One person was tested positive for the virus, said those responsible. Italian officials stated that the first patient was "obviously infected in Italy," [C]


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and will consider further measures if they think "uncontrolled transmission" of the virus is occurring.
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Update (0950ET): Spanish authorities have confirmed the fourth case of coronavirus in Catalonia, according to La Vanguardia. Jordan has banned flights arriving from Italy, becoming the first country in the region to guard against travelers from Europe's third-largest economy.
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Update (0900ET): Iran's MP Mahmoud Sadeghi said he had tested positive for the coronavirius, telling supporters: "I don't have a lot of hope of continuing life in this world". CBS has confirmed that it was an Italian doctor visiting the Spanish isle of Tenerife who prompted all guests at his hotel to be confined to their rooms on Tuesday. The country has now confirmed nearly 60 cases on Tuesday. In the UAE, home to long-haul carriers Emirates and Etihad, airlines have suspended flights to and from Iran for at least a week, cutting the country's 80 million people off from thousands of flights. Unsurprisingly, the Dems were quick to slam the White House's $2.5 billion spending plan that was sent lawmakers on Monday to address the deadly coronavirus outbreak. Democrats said the request fell far short of what's needed. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the president's request "long overdue and completely inadequate to the scale of this emergency" in a statement released Monday. She added that the House would propose a "strong, strategic" funding package of its own to address the public health crisis. Because nothing solves a public health crisis like a political stalemate. [Trump/Schumer kike bullshit removed]

For those who have been watching, CNBC has been talking up a storm about the drugmaker Moderna, which delivered its first experimental coronavirus vaccine for testing, with the clinical trial slated to start in April. The WSJ is supposedly one reason why market's are clinging to optimism on Tuesday. The CDC's Dr. Fauci praised the development, said "nothing has ever gone that fast." "Going into a Phase One trial within three months of getting the sequence is unquestionably the world indoor record. Nothing has ever gone that fast," Dr. Fauci said. As Jim Cramer won't stop repeating Tuesday morning, the advances are "really remarkable." Finally, Austrian health officials have confirmed that at least one of the likely coronavirus patients isolated Tuesday was an Italian living in the country. This comes after Italian authorities reported the first coronavirus case in the country’s south: a tourist visiting Sicily who had traveled from Bergamo, an Italian city in the Lombardy region.
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Update (0825ET): Bahrain has banned its citizens from traveling to Iran as it reports 9 new cases of coronavirus, raising the total cases in the tiny island kingdom to 17 in the span of 24 hours.
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Update (0800ET): With his reputation under fire and his popularity slipping, PM Giuseppe Conte said Tuesday that he's confident that the measures his government has put in place will contain the contagion in the coming days. This comes after the PM admitted that a hospital in Lombardy inadvertently helped spread the virus by not adhering to certain health-care protocols. The PM has blamed the hospital for the outbreak in the north, raising questions about whether "the European nation is capable of containing the outbreak," according to CNN. To put things in perspective, Italy now has 3x the number of cases in Hong Kong.
"That certainly contributed to the spread," Conte said, without naming the institution concerned. The infection has been centered around the town of Codogno, around 35 miles south of Milan. Obviously we cannot predict the progress of the virus. It is clear that there has been an outbreak and it has spread from there," Conte told reporters, referring to the hospital.


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A team of health experts from the World Health Organization and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control arrived in Italy on Monday to assist local authorities while some 100,000 remain under an effective quarantine. Over in India, Trump added to his earlier comments by saying a vaccine is "very close", even though the most generous estimates claim we need another year. Market experts cited a WSJ report on a possible vaccine as helping market sentiment, though even that report made clear that human tests of the drug are not due until the end of April and results not until July or August.
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Update (0650ET): It's not even 7 am in the US, and it looks like a new outbreak is beginning in Central Europe. Local news agencies report that Croatia has confirmed its first case, while the Austrian Province of Tyrol has confirmed two cases. In South Korea, meanwhile, officials have just confirmed the 11th coronavirus-linked death, a Mongolian man in his mid-30s who had a preexisting liver condition. Over in India, where President Trump is in the middle of an important state visit with the newly reelected Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the president struck an optimistic tone once again claiming that the virus will be a "short-term" problem that won't have a lasting impact on the global economy. "I think it's a problem that's going to go away," he said. Trump also reportedly told a group of executives gathered in India that the US has "essentially closed the borders" (well, not really) and that "we're fortunate so far and we think it's going to remain that way," according to CNN. Meanwhile, SK officials announced they're aiming to test more than 200,000 members of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, the "cult-like" church at the center of the outbreak in SK.
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Last night, a post written by Paul Joseph Watson highlighted commentary from a Harvard epidemiology professor (we realize we've heard from pretty much the whole department at this point in the crisis, but bear with us for a moment) who believes that, at some point, 'we will all get the coronavirus'.

Well, up to 70% of us, but you get the idea: The notion that this outbreak is far from over is finally starting to sink in. Stocks are struggling to erase yesterday's losses, with US futures pointing to an open in the green after the biggest drop in two years. More corporations trashing their guidance, and more research offering a glimpse of the faltering Chinese economy (offering a hint that all the crematoriums are keeping air pollution levels elevated even as coal consumption and travel plunge) have seemingly trampled all over the market's Fed-ensured optimism. And across Europe, the Middle East and the Far East, headlines tied to the outbreak hit at a similarly non-stop pace on Tuesday.

With so much news, where to start? In China, data out of the Transport Ministry revealed that barely one-third of China's workforce has returned to work, despite state-inspired threats. CNN reported Tuesday that only 30% of small businesses in China have returned to work. The problem? Travel disruption has left millions of migrant workers stranded. There's also the question of schools: Some cities, including Shanghai, are offering students the option of completing their studies online after March 2. China's rapidly advancing tech sector has responded to the crisis by unleashing a wide range of technologies outfitted for specific tasks, China's rapidly advancing tech sector has responded to the crisis by unleashing a wide range of technologies outfitted for specific tasks,''' including ferrying supplies to medical workers, fitting drones with thermal cameras and leveraging computer-processing power to aid the search for a vaccine. In a televised interview, one health official said it might take 28 days to safely say an area is free of coronavirus, while another official insisted that "low risk" areas should "resume normal activity" on Tuesday.


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The government is dividing the country outside Hubei and Beijing into three 'risk' tranches, and will mandate that those in the lowest tranche get back to work, school or whatever they were doing before the virus hit. Investors are clearly concerned that, instead of the 'v'-shaped recovery promised by the IMF, the economic bounce-back from the coronavirus might be closer to a "u"-shape. On top of that, as cases proliferate in South Korea, Italy and the US, pundits are beginning to worry that the rest of the world is where China was two months ago - in other words

Throughout the day, South Korea confirmed 144 more cases, bringing the country-wide total to 977, the highest number outside China. As the Korean government warns that foreigners shouldn't travel there, Korean Air Lines and Asiana Airlines, to South Korean airlines, said they would halt flights to Daegu until next month, leaving the door open to a longer shutdown. On Tuesday afternoon, South Korean President Moon Jae-in traveled to Daegu, the city where more than half of the country's cases have been detected, and advised its residents to stay indoors but pledged to avoid the draconian restrictions Chinese authorities implemented in Wuhan. Outbreak-related news in Seoul took on a more morbid tone Tuesday following reports in the local press that a civil servant from the Ministry of Justice's Emergency Safety Planning Office jumped off a bridge in Seoul at around 5 am local time Tuesday. The official was one of several individuals charged with overseeing the government's response to the virus. As cases soar and hysteria mounts, we suspect this news won't exactly help quiet the public's nerves.

A Singaporean government minister warned that the city-state could impose sweeping travel restrictions targeting South Korea if the outbreak gets worse. Minutes ago, Italian authorities confirmed another 8 coronavirus cases, 54 of which have been confirmed on Tuesday, bringing the total to 283. More than 100,000 Italians in 10 villages are under lockdown in the 'red zone' in northern Italy, where the military has been deployed and people have been told to stay inside. Fears about the virus spreading throughout the region were validated yesterday when Spain reported a third case, an Italian traveler. On Tuesday, Reuters reports that Spanish authorities have closed the Tenerife Hotel on the Canary Islands and are testing all of its occupants. Most of the cases have been recorded in Lombardy (200+), while Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, Piedmont, Bolzano, Trentino and Rome have all confirmed at least one case. The UK government warned that any British travelers in northern Italy should self-isolate, according to the Washington Post. In Japan, the "J League", Japan's professional soccer league, has announced that it will postpone all games until at least March 15, saying in a statement that it's "fully committed" to stopping the spread of the coronavirus. The decision followed a government recommendation to cancel all public events and gatherings. Embracing a markedly different approach from Beijing, Japan has announced a new policy on Tuesday designed to focus medical care on the most serious cases, while urging people with mild symptoms to treat themselves at home.

According to the FT, the new strategy of containment announced by a panel overseeing the virus response acknowledged that simply testing everyone potentially exposed to the more than 100 cases outside the 'Diamond Princess' would overwhelm its health-care system. It is radically different approach from that adopted by China, Though it hasn't announced new cases in a day or so, Japan has confirmed 840 cases of novel coronavirus so far, with nearly 700 of them linked to the 'Diamond Princess' cruise ship. Iran's 'official' death toll climbed to 14 on Tuesday, with 61 cases confirmed so far.


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Despite a wave of border closures that left Iran virtually isolated by its neighbors, more cases have started to bleed across the border: Iraqi health ministry officials have confirmed four coronavirus cases in Kirkuk, all of whom are members of a family. He previously looked unwell during a press conference. Even more embarrassing for the Iranians than having a local lawmaker expose the horrifyingly real death toll: https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/iranian-lawmaker-says-50-have-died-coronavirus-outbreak-qom

On Tuesday, the government confirmed that a Deputy Health Minister had been sickened by the virus.
We suspect we'll be hearing more bad news from the Middle East as the full scope of the Iranian outbreak becomes more clear. - authored by Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge


GLPtard 02/26/2020 (Wed) 18:45:13 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15667 del
Been participating in the GLP thread but they ban everyone in quest for sheckles. IB though shitriver, finally can perhaps give us good info, thanks OP.
I have been tracking this thing since january, apparently 4 chum has some big scoop that its a bioweapon, or at least has gain of function aspects. I will post what I have.
Germany today seemed to twitter-announce their pandemic plan going into effect? Needs clarification.
Image is screencap of Pelunchy blowing her drunken horn.


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So heres the screencap of german minister pushing the pandemic button, but, not sure if it is confirmed. Total radio silence across the ip ocean on this. I don't have the original twitter link, I do not use twitter but it seems like that shitbox has placed itself as the bedrock of globo communications. [fracepalm]


Reader 02/26/2020 (Wed) 19:10:18 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15669 del
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from feb 14th 2020


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Hilarious highlight of the day when twitter, global shitmmunications device, allowed to Israel government to ask its people "to consider traveling internationally" ha ha, and of course they meant to say "reconsider". Ha ha. So anyway Israel civil war between tard ass pelosi and the other koshers that hate her, allows us all to suffer as those madoff-styled thieves bicker.


Reader 02/26/2020 (Wed) 20:29:34 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15671 del
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-health-coronavirus-germany-idUSKCN20K2MG

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany is at the beginning of a coronavirus epidemic after
<new cases sprung up
<that can no longer be traced to the virus’s original source in China,
Health Minister Jens Spahn said on Wednesday.

A total of
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<in the west and south of Germany -
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meant the disease appeared to be moving to a new phase, Spahn told a news conference, urging health authorities and employers to review their pandemic planning.

“The infection chains are partially no longer trackable, and that is a new thing,” Spahn said.

“Large numbers of people have had contact with the patients, and that is a big change to the 16 patients we had until now where the chain could be traced back to the origin in China.”

He warned against unnecessary panic, saying “not every cough is a case of coronavirus”. Spahn added that Germany was well equipped with isolation wards in hospitals if they should be needed in larger numbers.

“We are acting swiftly and adapting our reactions to the current situation, and unfortunately I have to say that the situation has changed in the past hours,” he said.

In Europe, Italy has become a front line in the global outbreak with 322 cases. Italians, or people who had recently visited the country, have tested positive in Algeria, Austria, Croatia, Romania, Spain and Switzerland.

A second person suffering from the coronavirus died in France as health officials tried to find out how the college teacher, who had not visited any country with a known outbreak, had caught the new disease.


Reader 02/26/2020 (Wed) 23:19:29 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15673 del
450+ cases in Italy
Trying to fight this news blackout, capping lookner is lowball but come on we need the data.


immigration isn't so "important", now is it? Eat shit, Coudenhove-Kalergi 02/27/2020 (Thu) 00:00:30 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15675 del
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There are more live updates on that source article.

Update (0550ET): It's official: The Coronavirus has spread to South America. The news helped rattle investor confidence, sending futures into the red as US stocks looked set to open in the red on Wednesday, building on four days of losses. The virus has now spread to every continent except for Antarctica.

Update (1900ET): We've got some (potentially) big news. Brazil's Health Ministry said a man has tested positive for the coronavirus on in initial test. If it's confirmed in a second test, it will be the first case in South America. The virus has already spread from Asia to Europe, North America, Australia and Africa. On that note, El Salvador on Tuesday announced it would prevent entry of people from Italy and South Korea. In Spain, a 7th cases has been confirmed in under 24 hours. Just over a day ago, Spain had zero confirmed cases. Though it's unconfirmed, there's a rumor floating around twitter that an Iranian official who met with the Ayatollah a few days ago has tested positive for the virus.

- Says Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 01:40:48 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15676 del
DJT press conference makes me believe he is being controlled by Jared and the daughter. The man is clueless as to how viruses work, and he has bobbleheaded idiots around him. No one ever wanted to be governed by HHS and DHS this was all set up by the shitbirds who did 9/11.


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 01:53:43 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15677 del
https://www.sacbee.com/news/california/article240674471.html

"Officials with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the nation’s first coronavirus case of unknown origin Wednesday in Northern California in the latest sign of the virus’ rapid spread.

“It is a confirmed case. There is one in Northern California,” CDC spokesman Scott Pauley told The Sacramento Bee just before 4 p.m. Wednesday. Pauley declined to elaborate. "


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 02:38:27 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15678 del
>>15676
It's because he's a ZOG lackey and actual jew.


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 03:38:17 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15679 del
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>>15678
September 11 2001 all over again.
Dov Zakim you fucker, Larry Silvershits you fucker, you fucking kikes take the cake. DHS is the child of Osama's womb and stinks of gefelte fish.


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 04:29:27 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15680 del
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Note from uc davis speaks to "several staff being asked to self monitor" so slowly the truth comes out, and always with the superior, downward talking attitude. When will the MD union admit they are just a muppet for the government?


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 06:18:37 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15683 del
>>15656
Worst thing about this is when it happened: during Chinese New Years. Which means that Chinese where coming back, visiting their families, getting exposed to the virus and then coming back to their countries.

Shit's an enormous clusterfuck of an epidemic


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 06:25:27 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15684 del
>>15676
>The man is clueless as to how viruses work
He's clueless about everything. He's in his 80s and is extremely senile. Best thing he could do is just retire to a calmer lifestyle and leave us alone


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 06:28:14 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15685 del
>>15683
Yes and the wuh-hamhanded officials allowed two milion people to flee wuahm when they knew the virus had been given to patient zero at dec 12th, that is in a pdf I have here. Also the PDF which shows ncov-19 to cause testicular damage, "just the flu" is a fuckin lie. It has HIV ninja abilities, anti-natural asymptomatic transmission, everything plague inc asks of a piece of shit world fucker. Anyone who downplays this thing, even if it does fizzle out, is an idiot and it will take until next year to run its course, and you don't ever get over it, your lungs and nuts are scarred if you survive and you'll need hiv drugs forever. flying chink aids from wet market disneyland of disease. Sad sack WHO tardos handshaking pic related.


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 09:51:08 Id: c6b726 [Preview] No.15686 del
>>15685
It is making me confident knowing that our top schizophrenics are on the case
Go away, CIA


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 15:37:53 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15687 del
>>15686
That's not surprising since low IQ lemmings like you, look to higher IQ people such as us, for your cues and signals. It's normal to mock your intellectual superiors. Also normal to hate those who are not oneline shitposters such as you, but it's all you got, so continue on, unrecognizable shitstain.


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 16:04:17 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15688 del
Okay so grab this before endchan is taken down, this was removed by law adfter being published jan 31st. Feverishly hot PDF here.

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Uncanny similarity of unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag

[...] "Abstract: We are currently witnessing a major epidemic caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019- nCoV). The evolution of 2019-nCoV remains elusive. We found 4 insertions in the spike glycoprotein (S) which are unique to the 2019-nCoV and are not present in other coronaviruses. Importantly, amino acid residues in all the 4 inserts have identity or similarity to those in the HIV-1 gp120 or HIV-1 Gag. Interestingly, despite the inserts being discontinuous on the primary amino acid sequence, 3D-modelling of the 2019-nCoV suggests that they converge to constitute the receptor binding site. The finding of 4 unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV, all of which have identity /similarity to amino acid residues in key structural proteins of HIV-1 is unlikely to be fortuitous in nature."


Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 16:07:00 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15689 del
And here is the next one, which shows that ncov-19 goes straight for your balls.
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Reader 02/27/2020 (Thu) 17:25:14 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15690 del
>>15686
Don't think you get to pull that Fed trick here when truth is being revealed. You can hang out on your own board and scoff and praise jews like a good brainwashed lemming.


Reader 02/28/2020 (Fri) 16:06:24 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15692 del
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All these stupid shits in govt have to do, is test the greyhound buses for corona. Just test the fuckin greyhound bus shitbucket in the back, you stupid fucking incompetent assholes getting paid for nothing. I'm nobody and I know how to tell anonymously if corona is in the public, just test the god damned immigrant traffic line and common man travel conduit called god damned motherfucking greyhound. Sure as shit there's corona in the back, you stupid, assheaded liberal aipac fucks. So, just test the greyhound buses and find corona and move to the next step where you all face the collapse of what you built on purpose to collapse, you fucking atlas shrugged world destroying kosher dicks! OC chops enclosed


Reader 02/28/2020 (Fri) 16:26:55 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15693 del
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ha ha had to


Reader 03/02/2020 (Mon) 23:06:22 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15701 del
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>>15699
>tfw my mass media brainwashed mother told me over the phone, "The economy is great right now! You can easily find a job below your pay-grade if you're not happy."


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 15:13:40 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15702 del
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We have been prepared for this all our lives. Remain as still, as the dune itself. Shit in your shit and do not move, else the enemy will see you. The slow way is the safe way.


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 15:16:43 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15703 del
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Ha ha not mine but I wish it was. MEMESUPREME OLD CHUM


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 15:25:32 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15704 del
Okay I think it will be good for us to keep tabs on this lovely couple from Britain, cruise ship passengers. "Diamond Princess" is quite a ship, yaaarrrr, I wants it for meself.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=ReR7VQ2QZUg [Embed]


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 16:39:50 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15705 del
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OC chops here to discuss the true underlying rub.


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 17:10:36 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15706 del
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They earned it, you have to admit that. But who earned what? What do I mean by "they" and what does it mean, "to earn something" ?


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 17:13:32 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15707 del
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>>15705
Is that some Ferris Bueller? Matthew Broderick. The kike who murdered two Irish women. Anna Gallagher 28 years old and Margaret Doherty who was 63. He got away with it because he's a rich jew. I sure hope the weak little bitch gets the Corona virus. Also Cancer, AIDs, HIV and/or Ebola


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 17:18:54 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15708 del
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>>15707
Wow, I never liked him anyway more of a War Games reference. Nice info though. War Games is a good film, it goes in line with other end of the world films, By Dawn's Early Light is another. 80% of actors are kikes, we had this chat about carrie fisher on the bunker board, the fuck do you want me to do if they took over fuckin Hollywodd? I still have to meme, and it's the plot or mnemonic device that matters. I am glad you posted tho, he needs to become a self hating jew, and recant all his kosherism before he gets this virus. But then, none of the bobbleheads will believe until it runs rampant through [city name removed] and anyway, let's face it, you are right. It will be better when we have media without the deception as a rule, rule. OC chops repost for you my good fellow


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 17:40:27 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15709 del
Okay next up is the fact that infection with this shit causes the virus to hide inside your brain like a ninja behind a bush. It is SARS variant and SARS nests in the brainstem, and hides.

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"This virus shares highly homological sequence with SARS-CoV, and causes acute, highly lethal pneumonia (COVID-19) with clinical symptoms similar to those reported for SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV. The most characteristic symptom of COVID-19 patients is respiratory distress, and most of the patients admitted to the intensive care could not breathe spontaneously. Additionally, some COVID-19 patients also showed neurologic signs such as headache, nausea and vomiting. Increasing evidence shows that coronavriruses are not always confined to the respiratory tract and that they may also invade the central nervous system inducing neurological diseases. The infection of SARS-CoV has been reported in the brains from both patients and experimental animals, where the brainstem was heavily infected. Furthermore, some coronaviruses have been demonstrated able to spread via a synapse-connected route to the medullary cardiorespiratory center from the mechano- and chemoreceptors in the lung and lower respiratory airways. In light of the high similarity between SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV2, it is quite likely that the potential invasion of SARS-CoV2 is partially responsible for the acute respiratory failure of COVID-19 patients. Awareness of this will have important guiding significance for the prevention and treatment of the SARS-CoV-2-induced respiratory failure.

[...]

In light of the high similarity between SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV2, it is quite likely that the potential neuroinvason of SARS-CoV-2 plays an important role in the acute respiratory failure of COVID-19 patients. According to the complaints of a survivor, the medical graduate student (24 years old) from Wuhan University, she must stay awake and breathe consciously and actively during the intensive care. She said that if she fell asleep, she might die because she had lost her natural breath.

[...]

Since SARS-CoV2 may conceal itself in the neurons from the immune recognition, complete clearance of the virus may not be guaranteed even the patients have recovered from the acute infection. In support of this, there is evidence that SARS-CoV-2 is still detectable in some patients during the convalescent period 43. Therefore, given the probable neuroinvasion the risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection may be currently underestimated."


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 20:02:17 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15710 del
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>>15708
>we had this chat about carrie fisher on the bunker board, the fuck do you want me to do if they took over fuckin Hollywodd?
I don't remember discussing Star Wars. Might have. Could've been another aware anon. I know every Star Wars fan's favorite Han Solo is also a shit eating kike. Many movies and television series I grew up on are now ruined after the digging I did years ago which led me to /pol/ boards. You start to see the subtle and not so subtle agendas being inserted if you rewatch old favorites. And fuck me if that doesn't piss me off because I used to like the old films and shows. The fact that they're majority jews is pretty much why I feel Hollywood should be nuked from orbit.

Also here's more from ZeroHedge on topic: https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/washington-ramps-testing-beijing-adopts-new-travel-bans-globally-cases-pass-90000-live


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 20:05:05 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15711 del
>>15709
>The most characteristic symptom of COVID-19 patients is respiratory distress, and most of the patients admitted to the intensive care could not breathe spontaneously.
Well, shit. There goes my plan of infecting all open borders migrants surrounding me with the Corona virus. I've had asthma my entire life. I'm pretty much dead if I catch it.


Reader 03/03/2020 (Tue) 20:17:38 Id: 0dce0c [Preview] No.15712 del
>>15711
You have left a proud endchan legacy, and will inherit the hall of heroes. Leave a nice note and a key for the good soul who finds your cache. The lungs are second only to the brain, in vulnerability and you have drawn the breath of a king good sir.


Reader 03/08/2020 (Sun) 21:18:57 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15719 del
>>15711
Stay safe out there anon.

>>15709
So I did some research, and found out that it would be really rare for someone to get it since the transmission rate is so low.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#repro

>WHO's estimated (on Jan. 23) Ro to be between 1.4 and 2.5.

>Other studies have estimated a Ro between 3.6 and 4.0, and between 2.24 to 3.58.

It has around a 2% - 3% transmission rate. I noticed the website changed because the transmission rate had its own panel that clearly said 2%-3%. Might want to look at a wayback machine for this. It's good that people are taking preventive measures against it, but I believe things are being blown out of proportion. If this were another era, we'd be really screwed. But due to modern medical advances, these types of things are easier to maintain and cure.

I guess stay safe and clean? Don't be around people who are already infected? (srs)


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ATM 03/18/2020 (Wed) 15:35:19 Id: 507928 [Preview] No.15728 del
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Good news everyone!


Reader 03/18/2020 (Wed) 16:07:33 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15729 del
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>>15728
That is good news, but you know what would be great news? This isn't an illegal post. I don't live in Germany. Endchan goes by US law. Fuck Merkel, I hope that cunt gets her brains blown out


ATM 03/18/2020 (Wed) 16:47:23 Id: 507928 [Preview] No.15730 del
MY ip rolled due to snow

More good news!


ATM 03/18/2020 (Wed) 16:48:06 Id: 507928 [Preview] No.15731 del
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forgot pic
FUCK EUROVISION AND ALL IT STOOD FOR.


ATM 03/18/2020 (Wed) 17:01:21 Id: 507928 [Preview] No.15732 del
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heh


ATM 03/18/2020 (Wed) 20:13:25 Id: e049f3 [Preview] No.15733 del
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games and simulations


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Reader 03/19/2020 (Thu) 07:14:16 Id: 7af6f1 [Preview] No.15736 del
>>15735
Forget setting up a Quarantine, that takes too long. Let's open the floodgates from within and infect citizens via chain coughs from criminalist mindsets hellbent on returning the charge they were sentenced with.

>Proud Of Our American Cough Force


ATM 03/19/2020 (Thu) 18:38:14 Id: e049f3 [Preview] No.15737 del
>>15669
Sadly this fine man has the virus now. Doctor, you are our light, thank you for your unwavering truth in this time.


Reader 03/19/2020 (Thu) 21:57:44 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15738 del
>>15728
>>15729
Merkel is just the nonautonomous figurehead to a country that's been occupied since 1945.

She has no say in any decision that happens. Why you're so angry at her seems entirely unreasonable


Reader 03/19/2020 (Thu) 21:59:30 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15739 del
>>15732
>heh

And it looks like jim's buddies are here to pester us again. Right when an epidemic is happening and also going to other boards while they can

Never let a good tragedy go to waste, I suppose


Reader 03/19/2020 (Thu) 23:10:06 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15740 del
>>15738
>She has no say in any decision that happens.
That must be why the jew bitch won the Coudenhove-Kalergi award. "Because she's powerless and doesn't exert influence". My ass.
>Why you're so angry at her seems entirely unreasonable
Read and enjoy: https://antizionistleague.com/?s=angela+merkel


ATM 03/20/2020 (Fri) 00:26:12 Id: e049f3 [Preview] No.15742 del
She's literally a female rabbi, she ruled on circumcision around 2011 or so, straight up religious leader decision. Also presided over the end of Protestantism.


Reader 03/20/2020 (Fri) 05:59:06 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15743 del
>>15740
>>15742
The point I'm trying to make is that Germany and almost all of Europe has been conquered since WWII ended. I know her backstory. I know she's commie. I've been on right wing sites for years so I'm familiar with her.

The other point I hope to make is that it's highly unlikely that she's doing everything out of her own accord. You think a huckster idiot like lenin and trotsky took over an entire country all on their own? You really think commie regimes did everything they did because they felt like it? Passed all the constricting laws and did unspeakably brutal repressions because it was a "good idea"?

Do you really believe that any regular person off the streets could join the nomenklatura by just showing up and asking to join? Things aren't always as they appear anons.


Reader 03/20/2020 (Fri) 06:00:06 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15744 del
>>15742
>Also presided over the end of Protestantism.

That I didn't know though. What happened?


Reader 03/20/2020 (Fri) 09:49:46 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15745 del
>>15742
Bingo. Pics related.
>>15743
>The other point I hope to make is that it's highly unlikely that she's doing everything out of her own accord.
I never said there weren't others involved. What you did was downplay the cunt's villainy in her defense and said my hatred of this bitch's bullshit is unreasonable. As if a Chancellor of Germany has no sway whatsoever. And why? Because she's a woman? I don't get it.
>You think a huckster idiot like lenin and trotsky took over an entire country all on their own?
Since when? They had legions of Communist revolutionaries backing them. Lenin murdered the last Tsar and his entire family with help. Not on his own. Kikes band together to carry out massacres.
>You really think commie regimes did everything they did because they felt like it?
>Passed all the constricting laws and did unspeakably brutal repressions because it was a "good idea"?
Because jews are gonna jew. I don't put sadistic behavior beyond kikes. They've proven they are the violent, child murdering sadists in the modern era enough already against Palestinians.


ItchyButtholeFingerStabber 03/20/2020 (Fri) 09:52:54 Id: 0722ae [Preview] No.15746 del
It's like this one time, at Band Camp, when we all had to stand and sing the National Anthem. And then Johnny Littleness (the tuba guy) started singing "Deutschland Uber Alles" at the top of his lungs, as we all started laughing. Then the camp leader made us all scrub the toilets clean as punishment. I will never forget the smell of bleech. Or the sight of Johnny's massive cock... we never spoke ill of him after seeing that. That was a funny week... poor Johnny looked as tho he got no sleep at all over that Camp. He suddenly became very popular. But his tuba playing got a lot better after all of that. Just like this thread.


ATM 03/20/2020 (Fri) 15:19:40 Id: e049f3 [Preview] No.15747 del
Open the prisons close the malls
what could possibly go right?


ATM 03/20/2020 (Fri) 15:43:33 Id: e049f3 [Preview] No.15748 del
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Got this email, had to share it,
great words here about holding your center,
and that of your nation.
HOLD!


Reader 03/21/2020 (Sat) 05:44:48 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15749 del
>>15745
I don't disagree with you anon. Even if she leaves and someone else takes her place, things are set up in such a way that the same exact things will happen without any type of solution. The people in charge of everything are usually ones behind the curtain and away from the public.

>Because she's a woman? I don't get it.
My belief is that such polices are passed after multiple "consulting" in order to cause the most amount of disruption and unpleasant reaction. Her doing everything on her own seem unlikely. Which is what I mostly believe


sage sage 03/21/2020 (Sat) 05:48:01 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15750 del
>>15746
You already posted this on /b/ spammer


Reader 03/21/2020 (Sat) 11:54:35 Id: 0fb6d8 [Preview] No.15751 del
>>15749
And I don't disagree with you either (on that at least). She has many jews backing her plans and ensuring her policies are carried out. Popping the bitch's head off wouldn't stop it. Another would take her place of course. I never thought otherwise. There are many more heads to the jewish hydra. It would just give me some level of personal satisfaction to see her head explode on a video mid-speech at a synagogue in Berlin. And since I live in America, I can say this. Isn't that the American past-time? Calling for the deaths of foreign "terrorists" usually middle-east Muslims for Israel because the American masses are brainwashed. The true terrorists are kikes like her. But don't worry. I won't illegally call for violence towards jews on U.S. soil.


ATM 03/21/2020 (Sat) 14:16:41 Id: 4cc4d5 [Preview] No.15752 del
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Cough and hackle
feel debt's shackle
Lose your job
hear landlord cackle.


Reader 03/22/2020 (Sun) 20:05:10 Id: ed7b60 [Preview] No.15754 del
ALERT

Hackers, phishers and scam artists are stealing people's information through fake websites and fake emails

https://archive.is/y8zQU
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/03/phishing-time-covid-19-how-recognize-malicious-coronavirus-phishing-scams

https://archive.is/E5OQI
https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/coronavirus-scams-phishing-websites-emails-target-unsuspecting-users/

>Amongst growing fears of this global pandemic, Coronavirus scams and malicious websites are on the rise. The latest news from the Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3), a new malicious website is circulating on the internet that targets unsuspecting users.

>Some emails will carry attachments such as PDFs or Word document files that promise to carry that vital information, but actually have embedded malicious code that will infect your computer.

>Malwarebytes Labs reported finding variations of an AzorUlt trojan malware embedded in some of these attachments. The AzorUlt trojan is a flexible type of malware that commonly collects important data like browser history, passwords, and session cookies from the infected computer, then sends that to a command and control server elsewhere online.


Don't go to corona-virus-map[dot]com. It's a trojan website.
And don't trust anything online in general for a while



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