CCP Virus

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<languages \> The CCP-virus is also known as: New Coronavirus, Wuhan pneumonia, Wuhan plague, Novel Coronavirus or Covid-19 (The medical name is Novel Coronavirus or Covid-19). This virus is artificially created by the CCP in its military laboratory[1]. It is a biological weapon, used to mutilate and coerce the Chinese people, and the people of the world, so as to achieve its purpose of dominating the world[2].

CCP-virus characteristics

The virus is highly contagious and can be spread through respiratory droplets, intimate contact and airborne aerosol transmission. At the same time, the virus has the characteristics of strong concealment, strong mutation, high lethality, diverse infection routes, and being difficult to cure. The typical incubation period is five to six days, but it can range from one to thirty days, and the preliminary evidence suggested the virus may contribute to spread of the disease during the incubation period. Most common clinical symptoms are fever, dry cough, fatigue, shortness of breath, loss of sense of smell and taste. While the majority of cases result in mild symptoms, some progress to acute respiratory distress syndrome possibly precipitated by cytokine storm, multi-organ failure, septic shock and blood clots. Evidence shows that the disease can be developed very quickly, and patients usually experience severe systemic pain after a few days. Respiratory failure can lead to death. The death rate of the virus is as high as 5%-20% in some countries.

Consequences of the CCP-virus

Since the virus was released by the CCP in late 2019, it has caused millions of infections and hundreds of thousands of deaths worldwide. Affected countries have been forced to close borders, lock down cities, maintain social distance, and close public places. Measures such as home segregation and the cessation of all public gatherings are implemented to delay the spread of the epidemic. The vast majority of industries such as global shipping, tourism, catering, culture and sports, entertainment, and traditional manufacturing have been hit hard, the global economy has stalled, and economic development has experienced a serious setback. As of June 19, 2020, the United States has more than 2.2 million infected people and more than 120,000 deaths. The number of deaths in the United States caused by this epidemic has far exceeded the sum of the two events of 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. The total loss of GDP is estimated at 21.7 trillion US dollars.

The original source of the CCP-virus

According to a Lude Media report on January 19, 2020, there is evidence that the new coronavirus originated from the P4 laboratory in Wuhan[3], Hubei, which belongs to the Chinese military. There are features of the virus which could only have be introduced by human intervention. When the virus was first discovered, the Wuhan police arrested eight medical personnel, including Li Wenliang who first issued an early warning, in an attempt to eliminate rumors. The Wuhan Health Commission claimed that there was no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission and that the virus originated from the Seafood Market in Wuhan. The Chinese government announced the lock down of Wuhan on January 23, but did not stop International passenger flights from leaving China, which directly led to the subsequent spread of the epidemic around world. On the same day, the WHO declared that the outbreak did not constitute an international public health emergency. WHO officials repeatedly stressed that there is no reason to implement unnecessary restrictions of international travel and trade. It was not until January 30, 2020 that the epidemic subsequently spread to many countries, which forced the Director-General of the World Health Organization to announce: "This outbreak is a public health emergency of international concern." Starting on January 31, 2020, the United States government declared the CCP-virus a U.S. public health emergency, saying it would bar foreign nationals who had set foot in China in the last 14 days from entering the United States and imposed other measures on Americans returning form the country. At the time of the epidemic, the Chinese government controlled more than 80% of the production of global medical and protective equipment. China had purchased and hoarded a large amount of medical materials, resulting in a global shortage of personal medical protection supplies. As a result, frontline medical staff lacked the necessary protective equipment and a large number of medical staff became infected. During the epidemic prevention process, the Chinese government prevented news about the epidemic and the virus’ genetic sequence from being released to the West and for this reason it attracted criticism from many countries such as the United States and Australia. American disease control experts from CDC and other international experts were not allowed to visit Wuhan to help find the source of the original virus, to determine the genetic sequencing, or to assist in prevention and control.

Treatment Solutions

Hydroxychloroquine sulfate is commonly used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, discoid lupus erythematosus and systemic lupus erythematosus, and as an anti-dysentery drug for other immune diseases. The drug can suppress immunity and avoid a cytokine storm, which is also effective for a SARS cytokine storm. The "Lude Media" was the first to recommend the drug for the treatment of the new coronavirus during an interview with “Dr. Mo” on January 29, 2020 [4]. This traditional medicine has been found to be effective as a preventive treatment for the new coronavirus. It has few side effects and has saved many lives during the epidemic. The patent protection period of this drug has passed, so its price is very low. Due to the competition between various interest groups and the political forces behind them, the drug has not been officially included in the list of drugs for the treatment of the new coronavirus[5]. The U.S. president Donald Trump has repeatedly promoted hydroxychloroquine sulfate as a preventive and therapeutic drug for the new coronavirus on Twitter.