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Wuhan Lab Leak Theory – What Happened at that lab in China?

Wuhan Lab Leak Theory – What Happened at that lab in China?

The Wuhan lab leak theory is back in the news again. There are many people that understand China and believe the best explanation for the Convid 19 epidemic is that it leaked from the lab in Wuhan, China. People are not yet going far enough to say it was intentional. They just think there may have been gain of function research happening and perhaps a lab worker was infected. The Wet market theory seems to have been debunked.

Who is the culprit for the Covid 19 Wuhan lab leak theory?

The more we learn about the Wet Market Pox epidemic in China, the more I think we are right. The actual leak of the virus likely came from the Wuhan lab. If not, why was it isolated in that city and not one of the other cities that was infected? Why is the Wuhan lab leak theory the most viable theory? One problem is there is so much circumstantial evidence on both sides. The viral load in some areas was only about 1/10 the norm. If the Chinese CDC did not want the virus in America, why not say so? They let us know in 2004. Why not stop it then? The virus could be coming back. It has mutated and could be a new virus. It could be in East Africa and Zimbabwe. How could that be? It could also be the mutated gorilla virus or a new strain of bird flu.

In the comments of the recent article on the Wuhan Lab Leak theory, one of the commenters said that the Lab Leak Theory has been proposed for 10 years. If this is true, it is not a new theory, it is just that the first attempt at a scientific opinion on the leaking of a virus from a Chinese lab was made 10 years ago. The first theory proposed for the leak was that a WHO lab worker brought the virus back to China with them when he returned from Guinea in 2004. That explanation has been debunked already.

Who in the US Knew that the lab leak was a possibility?

If the population (audience) of Convid was not aware that a lab leak could have caused this pandemic it does not matter who the blame falls on. The scope of knowledge in the country must be expanding. The scientific and political situation in the USA has kept this issue hidden for over a year, and nobody in a position of power wants to talk about it. The CIA are very much part of the picture and no-one in Washington wants to go on record as admitting this can happen. For whatever reasons, the US media and governmental authorities are not willing to accept that infectious disease outbreaks can be released into a population. People have blamed media bias. The media always report that a pandemic has been stopped, and that the problem is not serious.

Could Lives Have Been Saved if We Looked at the Lab Leak Earlier?

When in response to Wet Market theory researcher Eric S. Richards says, “Perhaps a government research institute can somehow have kept employees out of the Wuhan lab. This would have averted the number of lethal Hep C cases estimated by Guoqing.” I think he missed the point. If this scenario was true we would have to assume the original source of the epidemic was a government research institute. If a government research institute is suspected of having an HIV testing facility. What then? As long as it was not disclosed, Hepatitis C treatment could have continued, if there were a syringe exchange program in the area and an anonymous hepatitis C information reporting hotline set up.

Reconsidering the Wet market Theory

Many people in the scientific community are of the opinion that the Wet market theory is a complete bust. There is a lot of research going on for possible bioweapons, and a lot of research going on with the possibilities of warfare biological weapons. Even if Wuhan does not give that clues, there are plenty of possible leads for the Chinese. But the Wet market has many pieces that don’t fit and it was quickly turned down for being too far-fetched.

What Did the US State Department Do to Obstruct the Investigation Into the Wuhan Lab Leak?

Two Chinese Communist officials and several US citizens died during the investigation into the Wuhan lab leak epidemic. Why is this? The United States blocked extradition of the Chinese conspirators. The people that died in the US were members of the Chinese Consulate in Detroit, Michigan. They were cremated in Detroit, Michigan, or a crematory in Illinois. This is a way for the Chinese government to cover up the nationalities of the deceased. It is not illegal to do cremations in the US. However, it is illegal to impersonate an American citizen and hold American citizenship. The National Archives record says the body was cremated in an American crematory.

The Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

If a Wuhan lab worker had been infected at the same time that Convid 19 killed a popular local but died in the hospital, there was a lot of publicity and a lot of attention paid to this. So there are some people who believe this is what happened.

But what is the evidence for this?

A lab worker in China with a matching illness died recently. He died in the same hospital as the Convid 19 patient died, and in a different building. A new disease has appeared in the country of China at the same time and location where a new disease has been found in another country in the same hemisphere. I am making this statement with the available data. At this time, there is only circumstantial evidence, and it does not provide any proof.

The Convid 19 Theory

It all started in 2013 with a very bizarre news story. A young girl in Shanghai was injected by a young girl in Wuhan and became critically ill. After several months she became better. After being hospitalized, the girl was sent back home. She also recovered after the 6 month treatment. The next few months however, her sister experienced the same fever and symptoms. She died before her 16th birthday. This story spread like wildfire. News channels around the world reported it. The story was even featured on the hit sci-fi TV show, Fringe. The story became the core reason to get rid of H7N9. We suspect the Shenzhen lab in mainland China who identified the bacteria may have contracted it. At first, it appeared the epidemic only spread in China but it kept spreading.

Conclusion

There is really not a huge amount we can conclude about what happened with the Convid outbreak yet. We know at least one-third of the Wet market symptoms were directly attributable to contamination and the Convid outbreak started about one week after the Convid breakout. We also know the primary product that made the outbreak happen is known for people that are working with viruses. Of course we also know the primary product is very hard to get and that it does not leave a trace in the urine of the infected persons. The most likely conclusion to the outbreak is that there was some sort of secret research being done at the Convid lab and it got out. We have no idea where that might have gone and probably won’t ever know, at least for a while.

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Jefferson County CO Stay at Home Shelter in Place Order for Coronavirus

Three Metro Denver Public Health Departments Issue Stay-At-Home Orders to Stop the Spread of COVID-19

March 25, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MEDIA CONTACTS:

Chana Goussetis
Boulder County Public Health
303-441-1457
cgoussetis@bouldercounty.org

Ashley Sever
Jefferson County Public Health
720-431-6057
asever@jeffco.us

Becky O’Guin
Tri-County Health Department
720-320-3087
boguin@tchd.org

Jefferson County CO Stay at home
Jefferson County Shelter in Place

Please stay home if you live in Jefferson County CO. It is for a short time and the sooner we can flatten this curve in Jefferson County the faster we can open the state back up and get back to our lives. 

Jefferson County, Colo. — Three public health departments serving more than 2 million residents across the Metro Denver region joined together to issue Stay-At-Home Public Health Orders in their counties today, effective March 26 at 8:00 a.m. until April 17 unless officials determine it is in the interest of public health to expire at an earlier date and time. The departments include Boulder County Public Health, Jefferson County Public Health and Tri-County Health Department (which serves Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties). The final orders will be available and online around 10 a.m. today.

“There is widespread transmission of COVID-19 in the Metro Denver area, and we must take bold actions to stop the spread of this virus,” said John M. Douglas, Jr., MD, executive director of Tri-County Health Department. “With each passing day, we run a growing risk of greater transmission and illness and quickly overwhelming our hospitals, which are really a resource for our entire region and state. When this happens, not everyone may get the care they need. It’s a real possibility in Colorado — and a situation which has already occurred in countries such as Italy — and which is threatening to happen in major U.S. cities in other areas of our country. We understand the toll that measures to address the pandemic are having on our communities, and we want to reassure residents that this step is temporary, and a critical one to get us closer to recovery.”

These Stay-At-Home Orders are in addition to other recently issued public health orders that promote social distancing, such as those from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. While beneficial, we do not believe they have done enough to slow transmission. The Stay-At-Home Orders go a step further by requiring individuals to do their part by staying at home and away from others.

The Public Health Orders require that all people in each county stay at their place of residence, and that they make every effort possible to conduct only essential activities necessary to maintain health and well-being, such as getting groceries, obtaining medical supplies or medication, and/or engaging in outdoor activities like walking, hiking or running while following other social distancing practices.

Work to provide essential business and government services or perform essential public infrastructure construction, including housing, is also permitted. People at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19 and people who are sick are urged to stay in their residence except to seek medical care.

“Scientific evidence shows that we must act now, at this stage of the COVID-19 emergency, in order to save lives in the long-run. It will give us the time we need to test comprehensively and to slow the spread of the virus to prevent our health care system from being overwhelmed,” said Jeff Zayach, Boulder County Public Health executive director.

“The virus is easily spread through person-to-person contact, and the risk of transmission is much greater when people are in close proximity,” said Dr. Mark B. Johnson, Jefferson County Public Health executive director. “This order will help protect everyone in our community by ensuring social distancing measures are followed. By taking this action now, we can start to flatten the pandemic curve. ”
Examples of Activities Permitted and Not Permitted Under the Stay-At-Home Orders*

Permitted

  • Getting medical care for you, a family member or your pet
  • Visiting a health care professional
  • Getting medical supplies or medication
  • Going to get groceries, food (via takeout, drive-thru, food banks/pantries) or other essential household items
  • Getting supplies to work from home
  • Picking up materials from your child’s school needed for distance learning (tablet, books)
  • Going outside for physical activity, as long as you stay at least 6 feet away from people who are not in your household and follow social distancing practices
  • Going to work, ONLY if you provide essential products or services at an essential business (health care operations, infrastructure operations and maintenance, certain government functions)

Not Permitted

  • In-person public or private gatherings of any size with people outside of your residence
  • Traveling, except to get or provide essential services or medical care
  • Carpooling with anyone outside of your residence

*This is not a comprehensive list. Please refer to the orders for a complete list of essential activities and services, as well as social distancing requirements.

During the stay-at-home period, we encourage our communities to stay connected with one another and take steps to maintain health and well-being. Here are some ideas:

  • Call or video chat with friends, neighbors and family.
  • Go for a walk outside, but keep at least 6 feet away from others.
  • Plan a family game night with people who already live in your home.
  • Read a good book, listen to music or stream a favorite show.
  • Cook a healthy meal.
  • Get a head-start on spring cleaning.
  • Do arts and crafts — get creative and use what’s available in your home.

For more information about COVID-19 and resources availability in your community:

Boulder County
Jefferson County
Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties

Three Metro Denver Public Health Departments Issue Stay-At-Home Orders to Stop Spread of COVID-19

Jefferson County, Colo. — Three public health departments serving more than 2 million residents across the Metro Denver region joined together to issue Stay-At-Home Public Health Orders in their counties today, effective March 26 at 8:00 a.m. until April 17 unless officials determine it is in the interest of public health to expire at an earlier date and time. The departments include Boulder County Public Health, Jefferson County Public Health and Tri-County Health Department (which serves Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties). The final orders will be available and online around 10 a.m. today. 

“There is widespread transmission of COVID-19 in the Metro Denver area, and we must take bold actions to stop the spread of this virus,” said John M. Douglas, Jr., MD, executive director of Tri-County Health Department. “With each passing day, we run a growing risk of greater transmission and illness and quickly overwhelming our hospitals, which are really a resource for our entire region and state. When this happens, not everyone may get the care they need. It’s a real possibility in Colorado — and a situation which has already occurred in countries such as Italy — and which is threatening to happen in major U.S. cities in other areas of our country. We understand the toll that measures to address the pandemic are having on our communities, and we want to reassure residents that this step is temporary, and a critical one to get us closer to recovery.”

These Stay-At-Home Orders are in addition to other recently issued public health orders that promote social distancing, such as those from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. While beneficial, we do not believe they have done enough to slow transmission. The Stay-At-Home Orders go a step further by requiring individuals to do their part by staying at home and away from others.

The Public Health Orders require that all people in each county stay at their place of residence, and that they make every effort possible to conduct only essential activities necessary to maintain health and well-being, such as getting groceries, obtaining medical supplies or medication, and/or engaging in outdoor activities like walking, hiking or running while following other social distancing practices.

Work to provide essential business and government services or perform essential public infrastructure construction, including housing, is also permitted. People at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19 and people who are sick are urged to stay in their residence except to seek medical care.

“Scientific evidence shows that we must act now, at this stage of the COVID-19 emergency, in order to save lives in the long-run. It will give us the time we need to test comprehensively and to slow the spread of the virus to prevent our health care system from being overwhelmed,” said Jeff Zayach, Boulder County Public Health executive director.

 “The virus is easily spread through person-to-person contact, and the risk of transmission is much greater when people are in close proximity,” said Dr. Mark B. Johnson, Jefferson County Public Health executive director. “This order will help protect everyone in our community by ensuring social distancing measures are followed. By taking this action now, we can start to flatten the pandemic curve.”

Examples of Activities Permitted and Not Permitted Under the Stay-At-Home Orders*
PermittedNot permitted
Getting medical care for you, a family member or your petVisiting a health care professionalGetting medical supplies or medicationGoing to get groceries, food (via takeout, drive-thru, food banks/pantries) or other essential household itemsGetting supplies to work from homePicking up materials from your child’s school needed for distance learning (tablet, books)Going outside for physical activity, as long as you stay at least 6 feet away from people who are not in your household and follow social distancing practicesGoing to work, ONLY if you provide essential products or services at an essential business (health care operations, infrastructure operations and maintenance, certain government functions)In-person public or private gatherings of any size with people outside of your residenceTraveling, except to get or provide essential services or medical careCarpooling with anyone outside of your residence

*This is not a comprehensive list. Please refer to the orders for a complete list of essential activities and services, as well as social distancing requirements.

During the stay-at-home period, we encourage our communities to stay connected with one another and take steps to maintain health and well-being. Here are some ideas:

  • Call or video chat with friends, neighbors and family.
  • Go for a walk outside, but keep at least 6 feet away from others.
  • Plan a family game night with people who already live in your home.
  • Read a good book, listen to music or stream a favorite show.
  • Cook a healthy meal.
  • Get a head-start on spring cleaning.
  • Do arts and crafts — get creative and use what’s available in your home.

For more information about COVID-19 and resources availability in your community: 

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