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Eric Feigl-Ding
This seems to be an acknowledgement of a backlog of testing on the in China. That said, the WHO does think we can still stop the spread of the virus. Good article:
Dr. Mike Ryan of the WHO downplayed reports that people infected with the novel coronavirus may be contagious before they show symptoms.
STAT STAT @statnews
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Jeff Goldberg Feb 1
Replying to @DrEricDing
It also took the WHO this long to declare an emergency, all while claiming China has the situation under control. If you cant test, you cant diagnose, if you cant diagnose, you cant contain. I'll remain skeptical of WHOs proclamations.
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😷 Enough CCP 😷 Feb 1
Replying to @DrEricDing
This scientist is claiming to have evidence of Wuhan P4 origins. Can someone who speaks Chinese contact them please? If real, time is limited before they get taken out.
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😷 Enough CCP 😷 Feb 1
Replying to @DrEricDing
This person claims to have evidence that the epidemic originated from the Wuhan p4 Institute and is offering to provide a complete chain of evidence to journalists. Can someone who speaks Chinese help them? If real, it is important to get the information before they are taken out
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Sean F Feb 1
Replying to @DrEricDing
Not my view. Thailand I believe will have issues and will be the next outbreak location. Hey, hope I'm wrong.
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Thibault Poirieux Feb 1
Replying to @SeanFaynor @DrEricDing
Japan will have outbreak, they already have 20 cases, first international country in the number of cases after China of course
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Shaza Feb 1
Replying to @DrEricDing
As if things could not get worse, breaking news in South China Morning Post: Bird Flu 60% Mortality rate on that one. WOW Near WUHAN.
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Contrarian Feb 1
Replying to @OZmandia @DrEricDing
Bird flu does not spread from person to person.
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COVID19_watcher_Czechia Feb 1
Replying to @DrEricDing
They are bluffing not to spread panic.
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Laura Holst Feb 1
Replying to @DrEricDing
...of negative tests being irrelevent, am I incorrect that it looks like we don't have any real control of the spread?
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