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4 years 2 months ago #5518 by Simomax
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Chinese loose 21 million phone subscribers?! Does that mean millions have died in China? I can't see that many, but we have no solid figure from China. We know it has been bad there, but that bad? There are probably many people that can't afford phone subscriptions there now, and those that travel and have more than one subscription (data sim for tablets etc) may have cancelled one subscription, but that still leaves a hell of a lot. Could this be an indicator that the death toll is much much greater than we know?

Further, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) stated that between December 18, 2019 and March 19 2020, cellphone users decreased from 1.600957 billion to 1.579927 billion, while the number of landlines dropped 840,000 during the same period.

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4 years 2 months ago #5519 by Simomax
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Who was Bill Gates Before Microsoft?

This an interesting video (15 minutes). The creator looks a little scary, but if you can get over that she says some very interesting things. Skip to about 50 seconds in to skip the intro.

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4 years 2 months ago #5520 by Simomax
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Today's numbers are very similar to yesterdays. It looks to be plateauing, but I think still too soon after the lockdown. It is best to let the numbers roll for a few days before making any assumptions. I think the numbers are still set to climb if we look at the relationship of our numbers to those of Italy and France and we should start to plateau in the next few days. So don't get comfy yet, I think there is more to come, and they wouldn't be building these massive temporary hospitals and mortuaries if they thought the numbers were set to decline right now. We have also reached the 10k tested per day mark that our dear leader was talking about days/weeks ago. Lets hope there are more tests to come.

Total confirmed cases are at 33,718, with 4244 new cases, down 80 (1.8% decrease) on yesterday. Total deaths are 2,921, with 569 new deaths, up 6 (1% increase) on yesterday. Total tested this (24h) period, 10215.

As of 9am on 2 April 2020, 163,194 people have been tested, of which 33,718 were confirmed positive.
As of 5pm on 1 April 2020, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 2,921 have died.

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4 years 2 months ago #5521 by Simomax
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While it looks a "very low" chance the deadly COVID-19 virus was created in a Chinese military laboratory, "there's absolutely no doubt in my mind China has a biological weapons program," says the Executive Director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute Peter Jennings.

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4 years 2 months ago #5522 by Simomax
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Australia are pissed at China.

Australia should 'take back the land' from China as damages

China should be made to pay reparations for the outbreak of the coronavirus, but given they are unlikely to do so "maybe (Australia) can take back the land that their foreign owned corporations have as damages" says Nationals MP George Christensen.

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4 years 2 months ago #5523 by Simomax
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Some news. It just doesn't stop.....

Matt Hancock sets aim of 100,000 tests a day by end of April

UK coronavirus death toll in hospitals rises by 569 to 2,921, health officials confirm

Will Boris Johnson have to spend longer in quarantine? The Prime Minister still has 'mild' coronavirus symptoms but Downing Street says there is currently 'no change' to plan for him to end a week in isolation TOMORROW

Boots staff feel 'unsafe' as shoppers still browse makeup

London hospital almost runs out of oxygen for Covid-19 patients

Test that can diagnose Covid-19 in 90 minutes being deployed in hospitals

British cigarette firm develops potential coronavirus vaccine in huge 'breakthrough'

Coronavirus ventilators donated by Elon Musk ‘can’t be used in intensive care and could actually SPREAD the disease’

Potential vaccine generates enough antibodies to fight off virus, first peer-reviewed study suggests

European hospitals could run out of intensive care drugs 'in days'

The race to find a coronavirus treatment has one major obstacle: big pharma

New study of coronavirus symptoms shows when patients are most infectious

'Spain is at the peak of the curve': Country sees a record 950 coronavirus fatalities in a day but number of new infections increases by its slowest rate in sign lockdown is working

Primark among retailers cancelling £2.4bn orders in ‘catastrophic’ move for Bangladesh

Emmanuel Macron chaos: More than 350,000 break France lockdown laws as death toll soars

Russia sends medical supplies to US despite own doctors struggling for resources

Trump admits China's coronavirus numbers 'seem a little on the light side' but says he didn't ask President Xi whether they're accurate because of a $250billion trade deal

Global coronavirus cases near one million mark after 'exponential growth', WHO chief says

Merkel on the brink: Germany set for coronavirus economic catastrophe - shock report

More than 10,000 lives lost in Spain

Chinese city bans eating dogs and cats after coronavirus outbreak

Chinese county with over half a million people goes into NEW LOCKDOWN to prevent a fresh coronavirus crisis after detecting three patients with no symptoms

China coronavirus fury: How Beijing could cripple UK’s economy even further

America is the first country in the world with more than 1,000 coronavirus deaths in a day as fears grow that Detroit will be next epicenter after Michigan deaths double in three days

There. That should keep you busy ;) I know I said I was going to be posting less political stuff but I have changed my mind. I think the political aspect of what is to come, especially the economic impacts on each country has got legs. Australia is pissed at China. Looks like Trump would be pissed at China if it wasn't for that $250 billion trade deal. If other countries start really pointing the finger then a whole load more crap may go down......

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