Prediction made in 1981 for Coronovirus, Wuhan’s biological weapons exposed! @COVID19Update


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Whoa! Wait… What? Is this a fictional book? Have you ever heard of nastradamus? I think he predicted this too in early 1900s … this is crazy!

Dean Koontz very “Fictional”

Wow! But very well researched too

Test kits have been one of the main ways to determine if a patient has coronavirus, but results from throat-swab tests can be inaccurate. WSJ visited a lab in Singapore to see how the kits work and find out why there are questions over accuracy. Photo: Crystal Tai
Avigan hasn’t been used in Japan for regular flu because studies in monkeys, rabbits and mice suggested that if a pregnant woman took the drug, it could cause deformities in the fetus or kill the fetus.
That side effect recalls thalidomide, a drug sold in Germany and some other countries starting in the 1950s and widely prescribed to pregnant women at the time. Thousands of children were born with deformities, but a Food and Drug Administration reviewer, Frances Kelsey, acted to ensure it was never sold in the U.S. Today, thalidomide and a related drug are sold as cancer treatments with strict controls.
Similar caution is needed for Avigan, said Kimiyasu Shiraki, an emeritus professor at the University of Toyama who was involved in Avigan’s early development. He cited the thalidomide history: “If we had just one case like that, that would be the end of it,” he said.
Unlike drugs that attack features specific to a virus such as hepatitis C, Avigan works by inhibiting an enzyme that many types of viruses need to reproduce themselves. That is why researchers look to it when a new virus emerges.

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China has approved Avigan, known generically as favipiravir, for use in clinical trials. Some other countries are interested in obtaining the drug, the Fujifilm spokesman said.
A variety of drugs for the new virus are being tested around the globe. Normally, it would take them at least several years to reach the market, but if a trial shows dramatic results and the new coronavirus keeps spreading, emergency approval within months would be conceivable.
Several studies suggest Avigan’s efficacy is limited.
Fujifilm ran trials of Avigan on more than 1,000 flu patients, including many in the U.S., between 2013 and 2015. It never published the results in full, although an FDA rule requires publication within a year of completion. The Fujifilm spokesman said that was because some of the results lacked statistical significance.
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The drug speeded up the easing of flu symptoms by only six hours in one trial and 14 hours in another, according to a paper by doctors at the University of Virginia and the World Health Organization, while Tamiflu, a widely marketed flu drug, speeded recovery by more than a day in separate trials.
A 2014-15 trial in Guinea of Ebola disease patients found Avigan had no effect on those with severe disease, 90% of whom died, but it did show possible modest efficacy on those with less severe disease.
“By itself, I’m not too optimistic” that Avigan would work against the novel coronavirus, said Dr. Delang of KU Leuven in Belgium. “It would be better to combine it with something because it will probably not be potent enough.”
The trial at Fujita Health University isn’t testing whether Avigan could cure coronavirus patients but whether it could suppress the virus—a lower bar to clear. The trial is using the same dosage as the U.S. flu trials for 10 days instead of five.
“We would like to increase the dosage of the drug even more, but we need to prioritize patient safety,” said Dr. Yohei Doi, who is leading the trial.

NBCUniversal executive said the plan was to limit news reporting to concise reports. This may help limit speculative information that may turn out to be wrong but it also promotes a delay buffer where the most recent current information isn’t being reported on until days or weeks later.

This is actually from psychic Sylvia Browne’s book “End of Days” from 2008.

damn

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Tutti dalla zona rossa milano

Two more ships on top of the original diamond ship

Total of 3 cruise ship that have been basically quarantined

just 3? where?

Ikr?? Its also kind of weird bc trump said “it’s going to disappear one day, it’s like a miracle it will disappear”.

:it: News of the quarantine of the entire Lombardy region (11 million people live there) has been leaked and panicked people have fled the big Italian cities.

I need a prepper girl to look at me the way this one looks at costco

You mean the girl mask over her mouth, rubbing her nose with her glove, or the one looking straight on? :slight_smile:


⤻ reposted @AriesAzazel to I need a prepper girl to look at me the way this one looks at costco


Wow!