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Coronavirus was expected to kill 65 million three months before death in China

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Health experts predicted that tens of millions of people around the world could have been killed three months ahead of the deadly outbreak in China in a warning.

Scientists of Johns Hopkins Health Center modeled how a deadly coronavirus would occur if it reached a pandemic level.

The analysis, in cooperation with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, considered what would happen if a pandemic was founded at Brazilian pig farms.

The hypothetical scenario estimated that in 18 months 65 million people from all over the world will die.

The Mail Online reports: Dr. Eric Toner, a senior researcher at Johns Hopkins, told the Wuhan outbreak news of the coronavirus in late December that he was not shocked.

I thought for a long time to have a coronavirus as the most likely virus to cause a new pandemic,’ he told Business Insider.

We still don’t know how contagious this is. We know it’s spread person to person, but we don’t know how much.

A first impression is that it is considerably milder than SARS. So that’s trustworthy. It can be more transmissible than SARS, on the other hand, at least in the community setting. Coronaviruses are respiratory tract illnesses that can lead to disorders such as pneumonic plague and the common cold.

The epidemic of the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in China, which injured 8,000 people and killed 774 in the early 2000s, was also responsible. one.

Dr. Toner’s computer simulation indicated that almost every country in the world would have coronavirus infections after six months.

65 million people could die in 18 months. The Wuhan epidemic is not a pandemic, but the virus has been identified in 10 different countries.

The confirmed cases have been in the United States, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, and Nepal.

Dr. Toner’s simulation invented a fake virus known as the CAPS-a pandemic rooted in the hypothetical scenario in the pig farms of Brazil.

The Toner strain would be immune to any conventional vaccine.
It would be more dangerous than SARS, but as easy to catch as the grippe.

His computer-modeled outbreak started small, with farmers getting a fever or pneumonia-like symptoms.

It then extends to impoverished and vulnerable neighborhoods in South America.

The airlines were suspended and bookings for flying were halved.  The Bill and the Melinda Gates Foundation–which only happens to support the company that owns the patent for the deadly virus–are already working on a vaccine, Dr Anthonie Fauci of the National Institutes of Allergie and Infectious Diseases said it would take a few months to get the vaccine.

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