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    Fishy: China claims to be rolling along without a 2nd wave of coronavirus infections…

    Fishy: China claims to be rolling along without a 2nd wave of coronavirus infections…

    …yet it is spying on Japan for vaccine research results.
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    Europe is now experiencing a second wave and some nations are threatening lockdowns despite new World Health Organization recommendations.

    Also, cases are surging throughout the United States:

    With coronavirus outbreaks picking up speed in dozens of states, the U.S. is now climbing steadily toward a new peak in cases that may soon rival the summer surge — when the country hit more than 60,000 infections on average a day for weeks in a row.

    On Friday, U.S. cases surged higher than they had since late July, hitting nearly 70,000 in one day. The seven-day daily average is now more than 56,000 cases a day. New cases have gone up by 30% from two weeks ago.

    However, there are a few things the American media is neglecting to report. First, deaths and hospitalizations in this country are plummeting, thanks to early and effective treatment options.

    But, our media is neglecting to look deeply into the China’s data…which would be fascinating, given that it was their “scientific” antics that led to the pandemic in the first place.

    Clearly, China is offering a less than complete picture of its coronavirus cases. But, nearly as disturbing, China prospers as the rest of the world anguishes over lockdowns, social distancing, and mask mandates.

    China’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic is gaining strength as consumers return to shopping malls and auto dealerships while the United States and Europe continue to endure painful economic contractions.

    Growth in the world’s second-largest economy accelerated to 4.9% in the three months ending in September compared with the same period last year, up from the previous quarter’s 3.2%, official data showed Monday. Retail spending rebounded to above pre-coronavirus levels for the first time, and factory output rose, boosted by demand for exports of masks and other medical supplies.

    China, where the pandemic began in December, is the only major economy expected to grow this year while activity in the United States, Europe and Japan shrinks.

    The recovery is “broadening out and becoming less reliant” on government stimulus, Julian Evans-Pritchard of Capital Economics said in a report. He said growth was “still accelerating” as the economy entered the current quarter earlier this month.

    However, if the Wuhan Coronavirus isn’t a problem in China, its agents wouldn’t be nearly as interested in spying on the Japanese and their vaccine research.

    Some Japanese research institutions developing coronavirus vaccines have been hit by cyberattacks, apparently from China, in what are believed to be the first cases of their kind in the country, a U.S. information security firm said Monday.

    Amid an intensifying race to develop vaccines against COVID-19, those bodies have been targeted by attacks since April but no reports of information leaks have been made, according to CrowdStrike.

    The government’s National Center of Incident Readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity has urged drugmakers and research organizations to raise alert levels against such attempts to steal confidential information.

    The U.S. firm did not disclose the names of the targeted institutions, but said it suspects the attacks have been made by a Chinese hacker group, based on the techniques employed.

    I will simply conclude that I am willing to take a vaccine…as long as it is not made in China.


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    alohahola | October 21, 2020 at 5:25 am

    Forget a vaccine. You don’t need it.

    Let this stupid thing ride out already.

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