We could be at the turning point of this pandemic, despite the ongoing fear-mongering from the government and mainstream media. Hospitalizations for COVID-19 patients dropped 20% last week in Washington State, fevers across the country are down, and the Bay Area of California has already seen a "flattening of the curve" after two weeks of social isolation.
It’s been 100 years since the Spanish Flu caused a global pandemic. While you can rest easy right now knowing a global pandemic is not currently a threat, it is just a matter of time before the next one arrives. And when the next one does arrive, “scientists say an outbreak of a flu-like illness could sweep across the planet in 36 hours and kill tens of millions due to our constantly-traveling population.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is finally warning the United States citizenry that the coronavirus will "likely" spread and will be labeled a pandemic. This news comes as South Korea and Iran deal with the outbreak and the World Health Organization cautions that "the window of opportunity is narrowing" for containing the outbreak worldwide.
While the coronavirus has so far mostly impacted China, other countries are on the verge of outbreaks now too. As on health official says that Japan is “on the cusp” of their own outbreak, France warned that this virus is going to become a pandemic. Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the public should start focusing […]