What i haven’t seen info for is can you eat this kind of virus or does it need to be inhaled? Like, waiters don’t bother holding a fork by the handle when they give it, right after playing on their germs infested phones. That’s a sure way to absorb lots of viruses. Now, would this new one survive and be active “consumed” in that fashion? Anyone seen this info?
Phnom Poon wrote: ↑Sun Feb 09, 2020 8:43 pm
was s/he caucasian, african, or hispanic, oriental, etc?
is this (at least) the second time you've confused ethnicity and nationality?
I believe 'american' does not necessarily mean 'white', nor 'aging hippie', etc
"The US Embassy in Beijing confirmed a 60-year-old American national had died on Thursday at the Jinyintian Hospital in Wuhan, while the Chinese government offered condolences for the death of "a Chinese-American."" https://edition.cnn.com/2020/02/08/asia ... index.html
I don't think so. The virus started in Wuhan, China, and needs time to spread. If there's no fatality other than Chinese in a month it maybe true, but for now it seems too early to me to draw this conclusion.
Also keep in mind the 'non Chinese' infected probably receive full scale healthcare as opposed to the people in Wuhan (and probably other regions in China too) receiving eh..... (the best possible care under the circumstances?)