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COVID-19 News:

Evidence For COVID-19 Being Man-Made:
RNA evidence that COVID-19 is man-made.
Gain of Function Experiments and COVID-19.
Wuhan virus lab leak in September or October?
China requested WHO delay reporting pandemic?
Five Eyes says China culpable.
 
Evidence Supporting Hydroxychloroquine:
Belgium HCQ Study on 8,000 COVID patients.
Italy HCQ Study on 3,500 COVID patients.
Drug companies lie to discredit cheap drug?


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COVID-19 Per Capita:

Which countries have the highest rates of COVID-19?

#LocationCases*PopulationRatioCFR
1 🇲🇪 Montenegro 97,718 630,000 6 2%
3 🇨🇿 Czechia 1,634,619 11,000,000 7 2%
4 🇸🇲 San Marino 5,067 34,000 7 2%
5 🇬🇮 Gibraltar 4,283 34,000 8 2%
6 🇸🇮 Slovenia 241,883 2,100,000 9 2%
7 🇱🇺 Luxembourg 67,397 630,000 9 1%
8 🇧🇭 Bahrain 179,297 1,700,000 9
9 🇺🇸 USA 33,181,941 330,000,000 10 2%
10 🇸🇪 Sweden 973,604 10,000,000 10 1%
11 🇦🇼 Aruba 10,650 110,000 10
12 🇮🇱 Israel 838,576 8,700,000 10
13 🇫🇷 France 5,652,247 65,000,000 11 2%
14 🇱🇹 Lithuania 250,337 2,800,000 11 2%
15 🇳🇱 Netherlands 1,516,802 17,000,000 11 1%
16 🇪🇪 Estonia 122,943 1,300,000 11
17 🇭🇺 Hungary 784,111 9,700,000 12 4%
18 🇧🇪 Belgium 995,562 12,000,000 12 2%
19 🇭🇷 Croatia 335,522 4,100,000 12 2%
20 🇵🇹 Portugal 837,457 10,000,000 12 2%
21 🇵🇦 Panama 365,104 4,300,000 12 2%
22 🇪🇸 Spain 3,524,077 47,000,000 13 2%
23 🇱🇮 Liechtenstein 2,946 38,000 13 2%
24 🇨🇭 Switzerland 663,952 8,700,000 13 2%
25 🇬🇪 Georgia 312,954 4,000,000 13 1%
26 🇱🇧 Lebanon 528,208 6,800,000 13 1%
27 🇨🇼 Curacao 12,210 160,000 13
28 🇾🇹 Mayotte 20,094 270,000 13
29 🇷🇸 Serbia 693,169 8,700,000 13
30 🇲🇰 N.Macedonia 152,685 2,100,000 14 3%
31 🇸🇰 Slovakia 383,228 5,500,000 14 3%
32 🇧🇷 Brazil 14,754,910 210,000,000 14 3%
33 🇵🇱 Poland 2,805,756 38,000,000 14 2%
34 🇦🇲 Armenia 217,008 3,000,000 14 2%
35 🇦🇹 Austria 623,201 9,000,000 14 2%
36 🇲🇹 Malta 30,354 440,000 14 1%
37 🇯🇴 Jordan 712,901 10,000,000 14 1%
38 🇶🇦 Qatar 206,948 2,900,000 14
39 🇮🇹 Italy 4,044,762 61,000,000 15 3%
40 🇬🇧 UK 4,420,201 68,000,000 15 3%
41 🇦🇷 Argentina 3,005,259 45,000,000 15 2%
42 🇬🇫 Fr. Guiana 19,543 290,000 15
43 🇵🇫 Fr. Polynesia 18,758 280,000 15
44 🇲🇩 Moldova 251,335 4,000,000 16 2%
45 🇨🇱 Chile 1,210,920 19,000,000 16 2%
46 🇱🇻 Latvia 119,953 1,900,000 16 2%
47 🇲🇨 Monaco 2,457 39,000 16 1%
48 🇰🇼 Kuwait 276,586 4,300,000 16
49 🇹🇨 Turks/Caicos 2,393 39,000 16
50 🇧🇦 Bosnia Herz. 198,461 3,300,000 17 4%
51 🇧🇬 Bulgaria 405,194 7,000,000 17 4%
52 🇺🇾 Uruguay 202,492 3,500,000 17 1%
53 🇵🇸 Palestine 298,203 5,100,000 17 1%
54 🇸🇨 Seychelles 5,873 99,000 17
55 🇹🇷 Turkey 4,875,388 84,000,000 17
56 🇵🇪 Peru 1,810,998 33,000,000 18 3%
57 🇷🇴 Romania 1,058,337 19,000,000 18 3%
58 🇨🇴 Colombia 2,893,655 51,000,000 18 3%
59 🇨🇾 Cyprus 66,372 1,200,000 18
60 🇲🇻 Maldives 30,745 540,000 18
61 🇸🇽 Sint Maarten 2,230 42,000 19 1%
62 🇦🇪 UAE 525,567 9,900,000 19
63 🇮🇪 Ireland 249,838 4,900,000 20 2%
64 🇨🇷 Costa Rica 250,991 5,100,000 20 1%
65 🇺🇦 Ukraine 2,085,938 44,000,000 21 2%
66 🇦🇱 Albania 131,238 2,900,000 22 2%
67 🇲🇫 Saint Martin 1,745 39,000 22
68 🇨🇻 Cabo Verde 24,368 560,000 23
69 🇩🇰 Denmark 253,673 5,800,000 23
70 🇩🇪 Germany 3,431,028 84,000,000 24 2%
71 🇵🇾 Paraguay 282,543 7,100,000 25 2%
72 🇧🇲 Bermuda 2,393 62,000 26 1%
73 🇴🇲 Oman 196,900 5,100,000 26 1%
74 🇧🇾 Belarus 361,897 9,500,000 26
75 🇬🇵 Guadeloupe 14,555 400,000 27 1%
76 🇬🇷 Greece 346,422 10,000,000 29 3%
77 🇷🇺 Russia 4,831,744 150,000,000 31 2%
78 🇨🇦 Canada 1,234,181 38,000,000 31 2%
79 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan 321,380 10,000,000 31 1%
80 🇧🇿 Belize 12,668 400,000 32 3%
81 🇮🇷 Iran 2,555,587 84,000,000 33 3%
82 🇲🇶 Martinique 11,253 380,000 34
83 🇿🇦 South Africa 1,584,064 59,000,000 37 3%
84 🇧🇸 Bahamas 10,519 390,000 37 2%
85 🇮🇶 Iraq 1,079,998 40,000,000 37 1%
86 🇹🇳 Tunisia 311,743 12,000,000 38 3%
87 🇧🇴 Bolivia 307,561 12,000,000 39 4%
88 🇱🇾 Libya 178,335 6,900,000 39 2%
89 🇱🇨 Saint Lucia 4,560 180,000 39 2%
90 🇩🇴 Dominican R. 267,455 11,000,000 41 1%
91 🇫🇷 Reunion 20,381 860,000 42
92 🇬🇬 Channel Is. 4,055 180,000 44 2%
93 🇪🇨 Ecuador 387,299 18,000,000 46 5%
94 🇭🇳 Honduras 213,970 10,000,000 47 2%
95 🇳🇴 Norway 113,627 5,400,000 48
96   WORLD 153,700,000 7,800,000,000 51 2%
97 🇧🇼 Botswana 46,934 2,400,000 51 2%
98 🇳🇦 Namibia 48,654 2,500,000 51 1%
99 🇲🇽 Mexico 2,348,873 130,000,000 55 9%
100 🇸🇷 Suriname 10,489 590,000 56 2%
101 🇮🇸 Iceland 6,483 360,000 56
102 🇬🇾 Guyana 13,518 790,000 58 2%
103 🇮🇲 Isle of Man 1,590 92,000 58 2%
104 🇰🇿 Kazakhstan 327,995 19,000,000 58 1%
105 🇫🇮 Finland 87,345 5,500,000 63 1%
106 🇸🇿 Eswatini 18,458 1,200,000 65 4%
107 🇯🇲 Jamaica 45,867 3,000,000 65 2%
108 🇰🇬 Kyrgyzstan 96,337 6,500,000 67 2%
109 🇮🇳 India 20,010,677 1,400,000,000 70 1%
110 🇲🇦 Morocco 511,856 37,000,000 72 2%
111 🇫🇴 Faroe Is. 664 49,000 74
112 🇧🇧 Barbados 3,866 290,000 75 1%
113 🇬🇹 Guatemala 228,684 18,000,000 79 3%
114 🇲🇾 Malaysia 417,512 33,000,000 79
115 🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia 419,348 35,000,000 83 2%
116 🇲🇳 Mongolia 39,381 3,300,000 84
117 🇳🇵 Nepal 343,418 29,000,000 84
118 🇩🇯 Djibouti 11,157 990,000 89 1%
119 🇸🇻 El Salvador 69,465 6,500,000 94 3%
120 🇸🇹 Sao Tome Pr. 2,310 220,000 95 2%
121 🇬🇦 Gabon 23,075 2,200,000 95
122 🇸🇬 Singapore 61,235 5,900,000 96
123 🇨🇺 Cuba 108,693 11,000,000 100
124 🇵🇭 Philippines 1,062,225 110,000,000 100 2%
125 🇹🇹 Trinidad/Tob. 11,313 1,400,000 120 2%
126 🇻🇪 Venezuela 200,067 28,000,000 140 1%
127 🇮🇩 Indonesia 1,682,004 270,000,000 160 3%
128 🇬🇶 Eq. Guinea 7,694 1,400,000 180 1%
129 🇱🇰 Sri Lanka 111,753 21,000,000 190
130 🇱🇸 Lesotho 10,733 2,100,000 200 3%
131 🇿🇲 Zambia 91,722 18,000,000 200 1%
132 🇯🇵 Japan 602,862 130,000,000 220 2%
133 🇧🇩 Bangladesh 763,682 170,000,000 220 2%
134 🇰🇲 Comoros 3,839 870,000 230 4%
135 🇲🇷 Mauritania 18,448 4,700,000 250 2%
136 🇵🇰 Pakistan 834,146 220,000,000 260 2%
137 🇬🇭 Ghana 92,683 31,000,000 330
138 🇰🇪 Kenya 160,422 54,000,000 340 2%
139 🇩🇿 Algeria 122,522 44,000,000 360 3%
140 🇺🇿 Uzbekistan 92,006 33,000,000 360
141 🇨🇲 Cameroon 72,250 27,000,000 370 2%
142 🇲🇲 Myanmar 142,842 54,000,000 380 2%
143 🇿🇼 Zimbabwe 38,281 15,000,000 390 4%
144 🇬🇲 Gambia 5,901 2,400,000 410 3%
145 🇰🇷 South Korea 123,728 51,000,000 410 1%
146 🇭🇰 Hong Kong 11,787 7,500,000 640 2%
147 🇦🇺 Australia 29,838 25,000,000 840 3%
148 🇲🇴 Macau 49 650,000 13,000
149 🇨🇳 China 90,697 1,400,000,000 15,000 5%
150 🇹🇼 Taiwan 1,145 24,000,000 21,000 1%
* Cases includes discharged and deceased patients.
* Cases in green appear to be stabilizing.
* Cases in black are rising slowly.
* Cases in orange are rising rapidly.
* Cases in red are rising extremely rapidly.
Ratio means “One case per How Many People”.
Population, Ratio, and CFR figures are rounded.
CFR is deaths in Cases as a percentage.
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COVID-19 Case Fatality Rate:


Total
Today

  7 Day
Change
Cases  153,700,000 +6,650,000
Deaths  3,219,000 +106,000
CFR* 2.1%  
 
* The CFR for influenza is 0.1%.


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COVID-19 Risk Factors:

These risk factors seem to make you more
likely to catch SARS-CoV-2 (i.e. COVID-19)
or more likely to die from it if do you catch it.
 
High blood pressure
Kidney disease
Heart disease
Diabetes
Obesity
Cancer
Pregnancy
Ex-Smoker
Blood type A
Low vitamin D3
Diet high in fructose


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COVID-19 Symptoms:

Multi-day Fever   Very common
Dry Cough   Very common
Extreme Fatigue   Common
Shortness of Breath   Common
Loss of Smell / Taste   Common
Loss of Appetite   Common
Mental Confusion   Common
Red Lesions on Toes   Rare
Strawberry Tongue   Rare
Conjunctivitis   Rare
Delirium  Rare


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COVID-19 Consequences:

2-12 weeks in bed / hospital   Common
Blood clots   Common
Permanent lung damage   Common
Stroke   Rare
Permanent testicular damage   Rare
Permanent kidney damage   Rare
Permanent heart damage   Rare
Permanent brain damage   Rare
Permanent liver damage   Rare
Permanent eye damage   Rare
Permanent loss of sense of smell  Rare
Death   1-10%


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COVID-19 Prevention:

Animation of flattening the infection curve.
  • Wear a valveless P2 (N95) or P1 mask when in public.
    • The mask should completely cover your nose, mouth, and chin. Men should shave their beard, because a beard will stop the mask fitting tightly against your face. (A moustache is fine.)
    • Do not wash your mask unless the instructions say you can. P1 and P2 masks are generally not washable.
    • Do not touch the inside or outside surfaces of your mask. Only adjust the mask using the ear straps.
    • Take your mask completely off when eating or drinking.
    • Do not put perfume, cologne, or alcohol on your mask.
    • Preferably use one mask per day, but if you don’t have enough, hang each mask in the sunlight for a few days to sterilize it before reuse.
  • Wash your hands with soap, thoroughly and often.
  • Avoid touching your face / eyes / nose / mouth.
  • Wear wrap-around glasses or goggles when in public.
  • Consider wearing glasses instead of contact lenses to avoid accidentally putting the virus directly into your eyes.
  • Take low level doses of Vitamin C and Vitamin D3. Never exceed the stated dose.
  • All members of your household should wear a valveless P2 (N95) or P1 mask when any member of your household is sick.
  • Avoid crowds (e.g. buses, trains, planes, restaurants, cafés, stores, cinemas, churches, offices, schools, pubs, clubs, nursing homes, etc.).
  • Avoid all unnecessary travel.
  • Avoid touching public surfaces (door knobs, lift buttons, escalator rails, etc.).
  • Avoid people with cold / flu symptoms.
  • Do not greet people by shaking hands, hugging, or kissing.
  • Maintain a distance of 3 metres / 10 feet from any person (and any animal) not living in the same residence.
  • Keep your pets away from other animals and people at all times.
  • Do not let anyone into your home who doesn’t live there.
  • People 60 or more years of age, or anyone with existing health conditions, should isolate themselves as much as possible.
  • Work from home if possible.
  • Make sure your home and office are well ventilated.
  • Sterilize door knobs, doorbells, telephones, etc. on a regular basis.
  • Get plenty of sleep.
  • Eat healthy food, not junk food.
  • Put the toilet seat down before flushing.
  • Keep drain U-bends full of water.
  • Carry your own pen in case you need to sign something or fill out a form.
  • Check the temperature of every member of your household on a daily basis.
  • Lose weight. Being overweight is a risk factor for COVID death.
  • Tell your friends and family about this page.


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COVID-19 Preparation:

  • Buy valveless P2 (N95) masks.
    • P2 masks with an exit valve are more comfortable to use than those without, but will not stop you spreading the virus to others if you’re infected, so it’s better to buy valveless masks.
    • If you can’t find any P2 masks, get some P1 masks. If you can’t find any P1 masks, use a thick scarf or an old shirt to cover your nose and mouth — anything is better than nothing.
    • P1 masks (i.e. standard surgical masks) will stop you spitting or coughing saliva onto other people and will lower the chance of you getting infected by the breath or cough of others.
    • Masks which are not certified are most likely useless.
  • Keep at least one month of long-life food, toiletries, and medicines on hand at all times, just in case you need to self-quarantine.
  • Get the annual flu vaccine. It won’t stop you getting the coronavirus, but it may stop you getting both at the same time.
  • Consider getting the BCG vaccine if you didn’t get it as a child. Evidence suggests it protects against respiratory infections and may protect against COVID-19.
  • Prepare to lose your job – cut all unnecessary expenses.
  • Plant a vegetable garden – become less reliant on the national food chain.
  • Update your will.
  • If you’re infected, phone the hospital first to tell them that you’re coming so they can prepare and give you instructions on how not to infect others.
  • Tell your family and friends about this page.


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