Monday, January 23, 2023
Monday, January 23, 2023

    🦠 California declares state of emergency as coronavirus infestation spreads

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    California has declared a state of emergency following the deadly coronavirus infestation that is uncontrollably spreading throughout the state due to careless airline staff who transmitted the disease, Your Content has learned.

    What’s more — for the first time — a US patient has contracted novel coronavirus with no clue as to where it came from. The California patient didn’t travel anywhere known to have the virus, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. And the patient wasn’t exposed to anyone known to be infected.

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    More countries including Brazil, Pakistan, North Macedonia, Greece, Georgia and Algeria have confirmed cases of Covid-19.

    Your Content previously reported that a Korean Air flight attendant who frequented LAX emerged as the first employee of an airliner testing positive for the coronavirus since it first broke out from the Chinese epicenter.

    It’s not quite clear how US States are supposed to prepare, as CNBC reported last Friday that only three states were equipped with proper testing gear to detect the new Covid-19 virus.

    What remains unseen is how the lack of necessary detection kits is further spreading Covid-19 in which the symptoms can be benign while still transmitting the virus. The disparity in how the virus can be passive to some while devastating to others remains the focus of speculation for reasons good and sufficient to the human lives being lost in the battle. 

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    The World Health Organization and the FDA gave ominous warnings that the world is on the cusp of a pandemic, citing that 2 of 3 requirements to satisfy the definition of pandemic criteria is met. To put things into perspective, every continent has been breached by Covid-19 with the exception of Antarctica.

    As the world awaits the exponential spread of Covid-19 in Italy and South Korea, a Miami based cruise ship was denied entry to  Jamaica and Cayman islands; the ship is carrying over 6,000 people and was denied access to mainland’s in both countries after crew members became ill with Flu like symptoms. 

    It’s unclear if the South Korean flight attendant confirmed with Covid-19 was able to further the spread of Covid-19 to the hills of Hollywood.

    Gwyneth Paltrow took to social media while on a flight en route to Paris wearing a protective mask to protect from the disease that already has claimed a life in France with more new reported cases.

    In the photo, Gwyneth Paltrow joked: “I’ve already been in this movie”, adding a humorous approach to her participation in the fictional movie Contagion

    While the upbeat photo of Gwyneth may be comforting to some, the unsettling way Covid-19 has rapidly decimated communities and placed them in lockdown seems to be quite frightening for many around the world. The same lockdown affected Gwyneth’s colleague Tom Cruise as  production for Mission Impossible VII was halted as Covid-19 cascaded thru Italy where the movie was being filmed.

    The stock markets around the word reacted to the seriousness of the potential pandemic as Apple and Coca-Cola expect earning losses from the virus and associated shutdown of various manufacturing companies in China.

    In addition the shutdown of factories and transportation, have drastically improved carbon emissions output and local residents in Wuhan state the air quality has been the best they’ve ever experienced. Something Stephen King notes in his own rendition of bio-engineered breakout in the The Stand

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