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BenGarfield

Members
Feb 22, 2019
244
crawley
Genuine science / medicine question here - why do these global epidemics always seem to originate in the Far East or more specifically China? SARS, bird flu and now this have all started out there.

China’s a diverse country; parts are incredibly densely populated yet prosperous, others more isolated but deprived. Many towns and cities will no doubt be a blend of those extremes. You could probably apply the same to India for instance though, and yet we don’t seem to see the development of new viruses or diseases there in the same way.

So, yeah, why China?
I dont think they do always start in China - theres some evidence that the Sars-Cov-2 virus was prevalent in the USA and elsewhere at the end of 2019 before the alleged Wuhan lab leek in China
 


crodonilson

Tyson Gay
Jan 17, 2005
12,842
Lyme Regis
So I woke up this morning and felt as sick as a dog.

Battled through the day but knew something wasn't right, got home took and there it is, I have the dreaded virus.

:nono:

Absolutely gutted, we will now be isolating for the next week which means we will miss the Halloween ball tomorrow evening and trick or treating on Monday. We've been so careful over the past 2 and a half years but we have let our guard down in recent months and mixed with other households and even stopped wearing masks in crowded areas.
 

Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
Oct 8, 2003
39,724
Faversham
So I woke up this morning and felt as sick as a dog.

Battled through the day but knew something wasn't right, got home took and there it is, I have the dreaded virus.

:nono:

Absolutely gutted, we will now be isolating for the next week which means we will miss the Halloween ball tomorrow evening and trick or treating on Monday. We've been so careful over the past 2 and a half years but we have let our guard down in recent months and mixed with other households and even stopped wearing masks in crowded areas.
This is probably a fitting end to the covid thread. Low comedy from Crodo - that went unnoticed.
 

Durlston

"This time next year..."
Jul 15, 2009
9,368
Haywards Heath
Still waiting for the chance to book a Covid-19 booster. I'm concerned about not getting one before the end of the year. I need one before the winter virus season starts to bite as my immune system isn't the greatest at the moment.
 

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