Here Are The Very Alarming Things That Scientists Have Just Discovered About This Coronavirus…
The biggest public health crisis of our time just continues to get worse. The global death toll is rapidly approaching 20,000, and approximately a third of the world is currently under some sort of a lockdown order. Needless to say, this is going to be absolutely devastating for the entire global economy. Here in the United States, the spread of this virus continues to track along a trajectory that is very similar to what we witnessed in Italy. If you doubt this, just check out this chart. At this hour, the official death toll in the United States is up to 782, and only 378 victims have officially “recovered”. But of course the vast majority of the 54,867 confirmed cases will not come to a final resolution for quite some time. Sadly, the numbers that I just shared with you are likely to be much higher by the time most of you actually read this article. This is a full-blown national emergency, and a lot of people out there are still not taking this crisis very seriously.
This is no ordinary virus. It moves from person to person with incredible ease, and it is rapidly changing. In fact, it has just been announced that scientists in Iceland “have found 40 mutations of the coronavirus”…
Scientists in Iceland claim they have found 40 mutations of the coronavirus, which has left the world gripped in fear.
The mutations were discovered by analysing swabs of COVID-19 patients in Iceland, where almost 600 cases have been reported so far.
Using genetic sequencing, the researchers identified how many mutations the virus had accumulated.
Those sentences should send a chill up your spine, and this discovery may help to explain why we are seeing far higher death rates in the western world than we have in Asia so far.
Meanwhile, a professor in the United Kingdom is warning that a single person that has the virus can potentially infect “up to 59,000 others”…
An intensive care specialist has described how one person with coronavirus could infect up to 59,000 others – as the virus is more than twice as infectious as flu.
Dr Hugh Montgomery, a professor of intensive care medicine at University College London, explained how the virus could be passed from one person to thousands as he called on Britons to heed advice on social distancing.
Previously, we have been told that someone can spread COVID-19 for many days before they even start exhibiting any symptoms.
That makes this the perfect “stealth virus” to spark a horrifying global pandemic.