20200405: CoronaCRISIS/ China Virus Daily Thread

For the time being, given our national emergency, we are switching to DAILY COVID-19/China Virus threads instead of weekly threads. Your comments and updates are most welcome. PLEASE continue to post your valuable information, hard source links, and local observations within these Daily Threads. Additionally, we will try to include links to government and official pressers, so those who no longer have cable can remain informed.

We’ll get through this crisis, together. As a group, there is probably no one better prepared than we are.

For our newcomers: The Q Tree community has been diligent in covering the threat of Coronavirus, COVID19, Wuhan FLU. We started accumulating information about this virus in mid-late January, in what became almost weekly threads. We’ve been weeks, if not months, ahead of MSM outlets to vet rumors and other medical papers, etc.

Primary Update Links:

In our past weekly threads, we assembled information on the following:

  • Primary update links. The dashboard from Johns Hopkins which counts “official” cases all over the world, the CDC, and WHO, and includes the links for our past threads.
  • Hard Data Medical Information- Explanation about testing, reliance on China for drugs, analysis of NE Journal of Medicine results and other published papers.
  • Vaccine and theraputics (new/old drugs to alleviate symptoms) news and updates 
  • Trump Administration response (the timeline and links to various agencies)
  • China Responses, timelines, research, attempt to cover actions, or secrecy in results discovered.
  • An aggregate of info/responses from other countries, listed by country.
  • Economic impact from around the world. A change in economic activity will indicate a “return to normal”.
  • Speculation/debunking on how the virus started
  • Media Bias, political response, and debunking section, like the article from AP News, overt bias from Politico, inflammatory headlines, etc.  
  • Other medical info to boost immune system, herbal remedies, ways to keep your house clean and NOT spread the virus to others. Excellent information to incorporate into daily lifestyle.
  • Hard links for OTHER valuable sources/blogs and a brief sentence or two about what they provide
  • Other news items

Our weekly updates. timelines, collection of valuable information, can be found here:

Please try to keep your sense of humor during this National Emergency, and remember, patience is a virtue.

Love to all!

724 thoughts on “20200405: CoronaCRISIS/ China Virus Daily Thread

  1. Can’t find where we were discussing this….

    NITRIC OXIDE – Coronavirus inhibitor

    1. Nitric Oxide Inhibits the Replication Cycle of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus

    2. Dual effect of nitric oxide on SARS-CoV replication: viral RNA production and palmitoylation of the S protein are affected.

    Interestingly, Nitric Oxide also effective against avian and porcine viruses….animals from which have come other famous Chinese epidemics.

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    1. Excellent! We drink a glass of HERBALIFE’s NiteWorks everyday, and have for many, many years. It’s a product that helps your body produce more nitric oxide, developed by Dr. Ignarro, who won the Nobel prize in science for the ground breaking discovery.

      If you’re interested, find an Herbalife distributor to help you. It’s like drinking a glass of lemonade. So easy!

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    2. We discussed this very early on, and I acted on it. I took the spit test, as did DH and some friends. We were fine on nitric oxide, but we started to use beetroot powder, which helps the body produce NO, just in case. Can’t hurt, might help kind of thing. It was probably a month ago when we talked about it here, at least.

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        1. Thanks. I keep track of some stuff, but nowhere near as comprehensive (and organized) as Gail… I tend to remember where everything is (or at least which pile 🙂 ), but sometimes I still have to dig…

          Your start of that thread led to some really interesting (and valuable) infos!

          (Now for more of my preventative G&T testing… 🙂 )….

          What really grinds my grits is that Billy Ghoul Gates was talking about this FIVE YEARS AGO in a TED presentation… need to dig through the WEF, UNO, OECD, and Agenda 21/2030/2060(!!!) sites to see what they have in mind… Sometimes I think they’re hiding the truth out there in plain sight, hoping that none of us catch on, or analyze it…

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          1. I think we catch it and analyze it, but we don’t have the platforms to push back or educate the public. If we didn’t have POTUS, we’d be lost.

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      1. My neighbor had a grass cutter going the lawn today. I guess they would have ben arrested in NY and PA?
        My other neighbor had relatives visiting.
        To bad police wanting to control people who do not want to be controlled.
        One would think they say home for their sake and the sake to love heir neighbor as themselves ?
        They do not love themselves enough to sacrifices a visit or a grass cutting.
        Our children begged us to stay in not go anyplace for two weeks. We love them enough to do it.
        Every morning I embrace life and every night death.
        Stay safe friends

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        1. I have to disagree…grass cutters are outside, doing the social distance thing…AND they are earning money, undoubtedly badly needed to pay their bills, feed their families, etc. our “grass cutters” were here two days ago…no one came within 100’ of them.
          Our neighbor’s children are outside playing every day…getting Vit D, being in the warm temperatures as well as exercising their bodies. Their mother is an ER doctor and she’s right out there with them.

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            1. A well maintained lawn is beautiful.

              Folks in the desert have a cure for lawn care and its expenses. Sand or rocks. No watering, weeding, fertilizer, cutting, edging… 🙂

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        2. IMHO, nothing wrong with being outside so long as we “social distance. Walk two miles one or two times a day. ATV in the desert… ALL within “guidelines”.

          Fresh air, exercise…

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        3. “They do not love themselves enough to sacrifices a visit or a grass cutting.”

          That’s incredibly presumptuous. Maybe the grass cutter has a family to care for and -asked- for the work. Maybe one of the relatives is having a tough time in isolation, and a decision was made that preventing suicide or drug relapse was more important than the virus. You don’t know what led to their decisions. Defaulting to “they don’t love themselves” as if you’re God and know their circumstances is arrogant.

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          1. There’s so much disconnect about things…some will virtue signal and wag a finger at a lone roofer or a construction crew who are working different projects more than 6′ apart but are perfectly okay with food deliveries from restaurants where the food is being made by people most likely not 6′ apart or no probs with the clerks who work so that we can get our food …we’re kinda losing the plot a bit I think!

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              1. I all but rolled my eyes at the little know it all who told our dad that the tonic water I have him drinking is useless this evening.

                I mean, it’s 50 to her car, 2-3 minute drive, if that long, and she has a garage. A mask? Honestly, it’s as if this bug is being made out to be the Irish Potato Blight.

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          2. I think what Singingsoul “said” may have been a tad different than what she meant. I gather that she’s a native German speaker, and thinking back in the opposite direction (English->Deutsch) that could be somewhat different… YMMV…

            You’d be amazed what happens, for instance, with translations from English–>German–>English (or the other way ’round). Those of us who have to (unwillingly, albiet professionally) deal with machine translations see it all the time… had a colleague named “Wolfram”. He would get junk mail addressed to “Tungsten”…

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            1. Here’s a little story that illustrates this point, from Arno Backhaus, a hilarious author, counselor, and speaker. For Kea (and her Mom), Singingsoul, and anyone who has had to endure learning a second (or more) language, it should ring true 🙂 [Kind of like, “I called the Tinnitus help line, but no one answered: it just kept ringing”…]…

              Bonus points if you can figure out what the original words are 😎

              Eine Geschichte die das Leben schrieb

              Two stangers meet in London. They start a conversation but they have to use their dictionary quite often.

              Hallo, Sir, how goes it you?

              Oh, thank you for the afterquestion.

              Are you already long here? Can you tell me about this town?

              No, first a pair days. I am not out London. You overasked me!

              Thunderweather, that overrushed me. You see but so out.

              That can yes beforecome. But now what other: My hairs stood to mountain as I the traffic saw. So much cars gives it here.

              You are on the woodway if you believe that in London horsedroveworks go.

              Will we now beer drink go? My throat is outdried. But look, there is a guesthouse,
              let us man there go in!

              That is a good think! Equal goes it loose. I will only my shoeband close. I must have my earlypiece! Okay, I shall pay it, yesterday I got my gostop over meadows.

              Here we are. Make me please the door open.

              But there is a beforehangingcastle Auf Wiedersehen!

              Nanu sie sind Deutscher ?

              Ja, sie auch? Das wundert mich aber. Ihr Englisch ist so hervorragend, dass ich es gar nicht bemerkt hätte. And then they made them me nothing you nothing out of the dust…….

              -Arno Backhaus

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              1. (sorry) Your Mileage May Vary
                (Wafflespeak from car mfgs from the days of the gas shortages…)…

                Seems it’s still a problem in some quarters 🙂 or 😦 over here….. at least the prices are hitting rock bottom…

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    1. Somehow I wonder what Larry Ledwick (RIP) would have to say about that… for that was his expertise… among other things…


      1. Speaking of modelling, and characters (and people worth noting), I found out a bit more about Larry Ledwick (I’d forgotten he was a photog, and I wondered what the moniker “hotrod” was all about, though over at Chiefio’s I suspect it was well known).

        Here’s his site (one of them):

        and a few blog comments about Larry “Hotrod” Ledwick and his great photography

        And a comment revealing the truth about the DNC’s claim of “muh Russia! hacking

        (H/T Gail on Tony Heller’s blog https://realclimatescience.com/2017/01/lock-them-all-up-in-the-looney-bin)

        I miss his well-thought-out and informative comments on Corona, disaster mitifation, CAGW madness, and cars, photography, etc. Amazing how much talent is out there, and, whoosh, it’s (they’re) gone. Reminds me of a Billy Joel song…

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      1. Bet not.

        Failure to rapidly adopt HCQ/AZM/Zn is an example of “refutation bias” in FAKE SCIENCE. Refutation bias is responsible for a lack of agility and intuitive response, just like confirmation bias is responsible for its own set of pathologies. Refutation bias and confirmation bias can be orchestrated to CONTROL SCIENCE.

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          1. We all need to pray that he gets meds/cured.

            As he is a warrior (despite warts and bumps, etc.) against the deep state. And they want to eliminate all competition…

            I wouldn’t want to be depending on the NHS for help now. They tend to push people into the LCP without thinking twice. Indeed, without even thinking once…

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              1. Here’s hoping that he’s fighting it with loads of tonic water… although I don’t thnk the accompanying gin would be helpful…

                I rather expect the deep state (GCHQ, et. al.) are quite active in the UK as well…


  2. Found this in my notes from way back on March 6….

    Gail Combs – March 6, 2020 at 12:57 – https://wqth.wordpress.com/2020/03/05/20200305-coronavirus-ground-reports/comment-page-1/#comment-419335
    Note the DATE!


    Experimental Drug Promises to Kill Flu Virus
    11 Feb 2018 – 7:30:54 PM

    11 Feb 2018 – 7:19:46 PM
    https:// http://www.wsj.com/articles/experimental-drug-promises-to-kill-the-flu-virus-in-a-day-1518264004
    What a coincidence.
    This board has more power & influence than anyone comprehends.


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      1. It’s the Japanese drug.

        From my (disorganized notes)

        JAPANESE also have promising coronavirus treatment – however is not very effective in advanced cases.



        FEBRUARY 16, 2018
        Experimental drug promises to kill the influenza virus in a day – https://www.pharmacist.com/article/experimental-drug-promises-kill-influenza-virus-day

        A Japanese company reports that it has developed a drug that can kill the influenza virus within 1 day. However, even if the drug proves successful, it likely will not be available in the United States until 2019 at the earliest.
        A Japanese company reports that it has developed a drug that can kill the influenza virus within 1 day. However, even if the drug proves successful, it likely will not be available in the United States until 2019 at the earliest. According to the company, a late-stage trial involving Japanese and American influenza patients found that for people who took the experimental Shionogi compound, the median time to eliminate the virus was 24 hours. That is much faster than other influenza drugs on the market, and it only requires one dose…..
        Feb 28, 2018
        Shionogi’s flu drug wins green light in Japan, but U.S. approval not likely until 2019

        As one of the worst flu seasons in years ravages the Northern Hemisphere, a powerful flu drug developed by Shionogi has been approved in Japan under a fast-track process. However, the U.S. may not see it before next winter.
        The new drug, called Xofluza (baloxavir marboxil), works by inhibiting cap-dependent endonuclease, which the flu virus relies on to duplicate in the human body.

        A phase 3 trial showed that it can effectively kill the flu virus in about 24 hours, while it takes Roche’s popular Tamiflu 72 hours to achieve that. Killing the virus faster means less opportunity for passing it to others….
        baloxavir marboxil

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        1. Wow! Thank you. What the hell are all these academics and docs doing while we all want them to GET GOING on the TREATMENTS. Stop testing and studies; start treating!!! 🤬🤬

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        2. I posted this on the 5th March about researchers in Göttingen reporting on a similar (or perhaps the same) cure, with a number of papers attached. I think they are still outside of a paywall (though Elsevier is notorious for their, erm, aggressive funding):

          Researchers in Göttingen have identified a possible antiviral med, Camostat Mesilate, (already approved for use in Japan for other virii), and are testing it. They have a brief summary and a paper out. Hot off the press (as Elsevier’s pub date is in April 2020)…

          Here’s a summary:
          “The recent emergence of the novel, pathogenic SARS-coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in China and its rapid national and international spread pose a global health emergency. Cell entry of coronaviruses depends on binding of the viral spike (S) proteins to cellular receptors and on S protein priming by host cell proteases. Unravelling which cellular factors are used by SARS-CoV-2 for entry might provide insights into viral transmission and reveal therapeutic targets. Here, we demonstrate that SARS-CoV-2 uses the SARS-CoV receptor ACE2 for entry and the serine protease TMPRSS2 for S protein priming. A TMPRSS2 inhibitor approved for clinical use blocked entry and might constitute a treatment option. Finally, we show that the sera from convalescent SARS patients cross-neutralized SARS-2-S-driven entry. Our results reveal important commonalities between SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV infection and identify a potential target for antiviral intervention.”

          And the links:
          Article site: https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(20)30229-4?rss=yes#%20
          PDF of study: https://www.cell.com/action/showPdf?pii=S0092-8674%2820%2930229-4

          And the original German article: https://www.dpz.eu/de/startseite/einzelansicht/news/die-vermehrung-von-sars-coronavirus-2-im-menschen-verhindern.html

          And some more infos:

          Original article from Focus countdown:

          Deutsche Forscher identifizieren mögliches Medikament gegen Coronavirus

          Topmeldung (22.31 Uhr): Die Wissenschaftler des Deutschen Primatenzentrums (Leibniz-Institut für Primatenforschung) in Göttingen haben im Rahmen einer Studie ein mögliches Medikament gegen das neuartige Coronavirus identifiziert. Zunächst hätten die Forscher ein zelluläres Enzym entdeckt, welches für das Eindringen des Virus in die Lungenzellen unverzichtbar sei – die Protease TMPRSS2.

          Ein bereits existierendes Medikament, das dieses Enzym hemmen kann, könnte insofern eine erfolgversprechende Behandlungsmöglichkeit darstellen, so die Wissenschaftler weiter. Das Medikament, das den Namen Camostat Mesilate trägt, sei bereits in Japan zugelassen. Nun untersuchten die Forscher, ob es die Infektion mit SARS-CoV-2 verhindern kann. „Wir haben SARS-CoV-2 aus einem Patienten getestet und festgestellt, dass Camostat Mesilate das Eindringen des Virus in Lungenzellen blockiert“, sagt Markus Hoffmann, Erstautor der Studie.

          And another, about how the body creates antibodies and fights Corona

          So the RKI (Robert Koch Institut) and other German medical authorities (med-deep-state) seem to have ignored all of this, and are still pushing for a “homegrown” solution when many other, cheaper, effective, and currently available cures exist.

          Egotistical bastiges…

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            1. Btw. Göttingen is one of the top centers in the world for research, diagnosis, and treatment of Mitochondrial Myopathies… I had a chance to visit there (not the same center as this, but same level of research, etc.). Very impressive (and sad, to see what some victims of our “Kulturelle Bereicherung” and their penchant for “Consanguineous Procreation” had/have to endure)…

              Not all of the med industry/profession is corrupt…

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            2. Hmmm. Probably forgot my own name… (and still not enough G&T for today 🙂 )…

              Btw. Göttingen is one of the top centers in the world for research, diagnosis, and treatment of Mitochondrial Myopathies… I had a chance to visit there (not the same center as this, but same level of research, etc.). Very impressive (and sad, to see what some victims of our “Kulturelle Bereicherung” and their penchant for “Consanguineous Procreation” had/have to endure)…

              Not all of the med industry/profession is corrupt…

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              1. Sorry, but I don’t speak German….only a few words.

                My daughter’s disease, Friedreich’s ataxia was discovered and named for Nicolas Friedreich, a professor of medicine in Germany back when diseases were being identified and named.


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        1. Doing crowd sourcing at Wolfie’s 🙂

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              1. I thought the same thing!

                Vaccines do not help sick people.

                Gates doesn’t care about life – he’s an abortion fanatic.

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          1. Could anyone ping VP Pence and VSGPDJT with this info?

            I rather expect that the solution coming from the top down would be most effective (as it’s often enjoyable to watch in the biz IT world when dealing with idiocracy…)…

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              1. From the, erm, days of “The HP Way”, sometimes escalating to the top (VP Pence or VSGPDJT) will get swift results… I sometimes was called in to help with the dreaded “Lew Platt Letters” that would hit our division from time to time… Those got solved exceedingly quickly, sometimes after having spent a while in the doldrums of, erm, outsourced support…


          2. Families of the patients, and the doctors involved need to start suing whoever is denying the prescription. Call Senators. Call the White House. Call local news.

            R A I S E HELL!

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    1. Keep in mind that in Feb 11 2018 it seemed much more likely that a flu, not CV, would arise in a pandemic. Much of the planning from that point has been flu oriented, almost as if there were a last-minute pivot…

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    2. Speaking of blasts from the past, This has been in the works for a long, LONG time…

      Here’s a TED talk
      from 2015(yep, FIVE years ago)
      byBill Gates
      about “The next outbreak? We’re not ready | Bill Gates”

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    1. Not withstanding what I wrote to you below, she makes an excellent point.

      Regardless of the truth of the matter (and that debate is happening all over the place), people like this are economic casualties and their perception might just drive them to vote for someone whose last initial isn’t ‘T.’

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      1. Which is why we have a job on our hands to fight fake news as the Dems will be out for blood and they will run their hoax narratives into the ground at all costs!

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        1. Totally off topic, but I thought I read somehwere here that this isn’t the same name you used on the Eeyore Tree. True? (If so I can *guess* who you are over there…but won’t.)

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          1. I changed “names” when I came here because that “name” was so associated with OT.

            Initially, I commented here for about 6-8 months before I was banned at OT. I didn’t really want to be banned so I started using a different name here than there to try to not be banned.

            No use. I was eventually banned anyway. I was on thin ice, posted about PHC passing away and that was promptly deleted. A little while later I disagreed with a moderator and was banned. Oh well.

            Already had a name here so just kept using it.

            Not really a big secret or mysterious.

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    1. Indeed, but then again…the founders found that sort of thing to be a STATE issue. And Trump has indeed followed that as best as able. The states have been understood from the beginning to have something called the “Police Power” which involved keeping order, maintaining public health, and so on. It was their prerogative.

      The Constitution and Bill of Rights originally placed almost NO restrictions on the states. There were a number of powers transferred from the states to the feds, there are a handful of places where the Constitution says “No state shall…”–but other than that, nothing.

      What about the Bill of Rights? It was not conceived of as applying to the states. A couple of states, in fact continued to have established churches well into the 1800s, even though this would be a blatant violation of the establishment clause, if the BOR applied to the states.

      Only with the 14th amendment…after all those people in the painting were long dead…did anyone come up with the idea that the protections in the BOR could be forced upon states that didn’t abide by them (most did, anyway).

      So if a state quarantined people because of an epidemic (they didn’t know about viruses back then but sure knew about epidemics)…I’m sure the Framers would not have seen a Constitutional issue with it.

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      1. Yes, Founding Fathers lived with gov quarantines and shutting of businesses for community health, etc. State/local v. fed. Big difference. Historical context matters. Most every “order” is following CDC “advice” but very few “orders” have been fed or federal enforced. Two Very different things!

        So proud of President Trump INSISTING on respecting state’s right, PUSHING states to take responsibility and fulfill their role and doing everything he can to Not use &/or expand fed gov power. He is teaching states to step back up to the plate. Great balance and so proud of him

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  5. HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE – we have 29,000,000 doses stockpiled.

    FDA approved. Have to go through your doctor to get a prescription.

    Health care professionals are using it as a preventative.

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    1. In other words: Vaccines are prevention, not cure, and cannot function as a cure.

      [This is, of course, assuming that it’s an honest vaccine.]

      This makes it difficult to know whether or not a vaccine saved your life (or prevented great bodily harm or disfigurement–but I’ll stick to ‘not dying’ here for brevity). How can you know that you would have caught the disease and died of it without the vaccine? It’s like speculating on an alternate history. (“Gee, if I’d walked out that door ten seconds later, I could have ended up marrying that gorgeous woman whom I didn’t bump into.”)

      One can look at statistics and say the smallpox vaccine has saved millions, even billions of lives, but you can’t know that yours would have been one of them.

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    1. They think the sheep don’t recognize what they are doing. One wonders if it’s the director of the show or getting orders from the Top to do it.

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  6. Remember to answer the poll after the briefing!!!

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        1. Since no one else answered this, I would like to give it a shot. When someone sticks a needle in your arm it would be easy enough for them to inject you with one of those Bill Gates microchips while they are taking your blood. Even if you saw them, by the time you realize what is going on – how would you stop them? Oops – too late – you didn’t think about it beforehand?


        2. I read the post incorrectly. I was replying that I would not Take blood from survivors. Yes, I would donate and have donated in the past.

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    1. Not to quibble, but there are many other blood banks where you can donate blood.
      I might have a problem with Red Cross, for obvious reasons, but would give blood to our local ban

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      1. Local bank sounds like a good option. Not sure if local banks and hospitals could be set up to do an antibody test, but if so, that might be an answer.

        Seems like a lot of people don’t trust Red Cross any more.

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    2. I wish the question cut off at “plasma.” Even Q thinks the Red Cross is evil. I’d consider donating directly to a hospital, but I wouldn’t even give a drop of saliva to those scammers over at the Red Cross.

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        1. We can hope. I tweeted to POTUS and his team that it was time for him to get fresh blood in the federal medical departments.

          I hope @realDonaldTrump knows that his bureaucratic medical bean counter (Fouci) appears to have had pre-ordained knowledge… Time for fresh blood in our Fed Medical Depts. @Mike_Pence @MattWolking
          @PressSec @Parscale #COVID19

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          1. Considering the immediately previous discussion about phlebotomists and donating blood, your comment about “fresh blood” is exquisitely appropriate.

            And yes, Farcy needs to be replaced. $384K (and change) could be better spent… Bureaucratic rot seems to have set in in his case… “The Precautionary Principle” gone wild… (cf CAGW, UEA, and the “State Penn”…)…

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      1. I’m still chuckling over the story of the dispatcher who sounded like he was “almost in tears” when reporting on an 18 wheeler have turned over on the highway, burned – cargo? toilet paper.

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    1. Yes but President Trump if FIGHTING for the US to Know about it. Going around the fed gov and the fake news to make sure we know to ask for it, esp. if complications. He is determined to make sure we know that treatment is out there and ask for it for ourselves and family if needed and he is PUSHING the FDA and fed gov to Make them move this issue to the forefront.

      similar to him persisting on the covering of your face

      He is Not going to know info that could help we the people and not tell us not matter what the fed gov employees are telling us. He is loyal to us, fighting for us again and again

      Birx looks rough…still sharply dressed and focused. Only reason I am mentioning it is to me it is a sign of how hard she is working on this and learning to run no Trump Time in the middle of a short, hard emergency. Appreciate them all.

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  7. Newswoman is trying to accuse President Trump of acting as a doctor….. she doesn’t understand Trump’s love of people and wanting to save LIVES!!!

    Here comes the sly sinister looking CNN effete guy accusing Trump of pushing a drug that isn’t proven.

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  8. POTUS schooling the childish “reporters” on right to Try.
    “I don’t want to wait a year and a half while people are dying all over the place.”
    THAT statement from POTUS needs to be broadcast everywhere!
    DR. BIRX — the newest models still show 100,000 deaths BUT this can be lower IF people continue the social distancing, washing hands.
    POTUS steps in — stresses that Americans are doing a great job.
    Stupid reporter: trying for a GOTCHA on the coronavirus task force wearing masks. POTUS — maybe.

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  9. pence has a great poker face….not that I think he plays poker

    President Trump – less hospital beds and less deaths – good! that is great news and President Trump applauds the American people on this issue. Models and projections can only forecast so accurately, can only take in so many variables (ex: flu cases dropped as we shut down/social distanced + accidents down as less driving) & we are doing a great job slowing the spread

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    1. “pence has a great poker face…”
      I’ve thought this many times. He is very soldier-like in not showing emotion, even at laughably stupid questions or at outrageous things that Pres. Trump says to the media (which we cheer him for).

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  10. Oil Tariffs?

    If they don’t get along, yeah I would do that.
    Could also say we’re not going to use foreign oil, going to use our oil.
    We’re energy independent.
    Seeing 91 cents a gallon gas. Very inexpensive jet fuel
    Save tens of thousands of jobs
    Shipping oil to our SPR – in many case storing it for nothing
    Would use tariffs if we had to but don’t think will have to
    KSA/RU very dependent, very bad for them.

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    1. “…why keep grocery stores open?”

      THE dumbest question asked of the presstitutes. And they ask dozens of dumb question every day. Hard to believe they get paid for blatant ignorance.

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    2. The simple fact is, if the trucks stop delivering, the cities are one week away from mass starvation.

      Close the stores, and that hits even sooner. Though honestly what would happen is the closed stores would be looted by desperate, hungry people.

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  12. Trump talks about how bad the road construction is – they choose the most expensive way to built a road surface and then do it badly, costs 20 times more than it should

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  13. Same newswoman asking if Trump is embracing the federal government being the back up provider for the states. She’s building a narrative.

    She doesn’t understand that it’s the states’ responsibility to be prepared for disasters – not just the Fed.

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      1. If you have the CSPAN for today (April 5th), Bonnue and Clyde were grinning, giggling, talking with a photog jyst before POTUS came into the room. Ghoulish to see them carrying on like that when they think the cameras are off.

        POTUS sends condolences, while those two want there model numbers and real deaths nice and high. Sick.

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  14. The charts used several days ago at the WuFlu briefs by Dr. Brix:
    COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing through May 2020
    Are located at: *https://covid19.healthdata.org/projections, but have not been updated since 1 Apr.

    Does any QTreeper have a website where these projections are being updated daily with current data?

    With being able to update the charts and see progress, it kinda makes these charts a bit worthless.

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    1. I’ve been using this covid-tracker. Only problem is it’s a day behind. I look at the projected #’s on the IHME for a date, then compare to actuals on covid-tracker. I also like this because I can drill into my state and check on the counties.

      Data sourced from COVID.Tracking.com

      IHME Projections

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          1. I think at this point, though…

            We are back to MAGA, again.
            Instead of KAG.

            Or maybe RAGA:

            We’re going to have to RESTORE America’s Greatness Again.

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        1. The only way I’d even consider a mask at this point is if I could get a custom one that said “CHINA IS ASSHOE” or “F— BILL GATES” in big letters. If you’re going to cover up, at least use it against the cabal.

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          1. Haaa…yup!

            May as well have some fun with it!

            I had to go in to my doctor’s office last week, to get my asthma prescriptions renewed…
            I’m not sick.
            My prescriptions had just expired…and it had been nearly 2 yrs since I had been in.

            Since I felt like I was going into a risky location…I wore a mask & gloves.

            No one there was wearing a mask.
            But they were giving me ‘thumbs up’ for doing it.👍

            When I was talking with my doctor, who is a conservative Christian…I called it the “ChiCom Virus”.

            And he laughed and nodded his head!

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              1. He seems to.

                But he has said that if all of his patients were like me and my hubby…he would go broke.

                We usually shake hands, when he comes into the examining room that I’ve been parked in…

                But this time he did an ‘elbow bump’.

                He said “This is what we’re doing now.”
                So we bumped elbows.

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    1. LATEST NUMBERS: Govt. Models Overestimated Hospitalizations by 8 Times; ICU Beds by 6.4 Times; Ventilators Needed by 40.5 Times

      The current government predictions reported by Covid Tracking (https://covidtracking.com/data/ ) for Apr 5th show:

      – All beds needed: 179,267
      – ICU beds needed: 33,176
      – Invasive ventilators: 26,544

      Those were the predictions.

      The actual numbers as recorded at The Covid Tracking Project:

      – Actual hospitalizations: 22,158
      – In ICU: 5,207
      – On ventilator: 656


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      1. That site hasn’t been updated for US figures for days. However, they have updated my state and it’s looking like less death and less resources needed than the last time I looked.

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        1. I think some of the big cats were coughing and they determined that a worker who was asymptomatic but positive gave it to them.


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