Check out this timeline of the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic. This timeline should help you understand how the virus spread amid all the misinformation, lies, and deception.
See also 2020 WHO Wuhan Virus Pronouncements: https://www.myincrediblewebsite.com/2020-who-wuhan-virus-pronouncements
March 2019: Spanish scientists find traces of the Wuhan virus in water sewage samples dating back to March 2019 (as reported in June 2020).
August 2019: According a June 2020 study by Harvard Medical School, the Wuhan virus might have started in the summer of 2019.
The number of patients at Wuhan’s hospitals began sharply increasing in August, 2019, and so did Internet searches from the facilities for terms like “diarrhea” and “cough.”
December 6, 2019: The first human-to-human transmission of the Wuhan virus occurs.
December 18, 2019: Italy’s Institute of Public Health found the Wuhan virus in waste water samples from the Milan and Turin sewage systems.
December 27, 2019: China’s health authorities are told about a novel disease affecting 180 patients.
December 31, 2019: Wuhan health officials confirm 27 cases of a mystery illness.
December 31, 2019: Chinese internet authorities begin censoring terms from social media such as Wuhan Unknown Pneumonia, etc.
January 1, 2020: Hubei Provincial Health Commission orders labs to stop testing people and to destroy samples.
January 1, 2020: 8 Wuhan doctors who warned about the Wuhan virus are detained and condemned.
January 3, 2020: China’s National Health Commission orders virus samples to be destroyed while simultaneously issuing a no-publication order related to the Wuhan virus.
January 5, 2020: Wuhan Municipal Health Commission stops releasing daily updates on new cases of the virus.
January 9, 2020: A Chinese lab announces it mapped the Wuhan coronavirus genome.
January 10, 2020: PRC official announces the viral outbreak is under control and calls the Wuhan virus mostly a mild condition.
January 11, 2020: Chinese state media report the first known death from an illness originating in the Wuhan virus.
January 14, 2020: The director of China’s National Health Commission privately warns that the Wuhan virus is likely to develop into a major public health event.
January 14, 2020: WHO announces that the Chinese report “no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus.”
January 15: 2020: The Democrats ignore the Wuhan virus to impeach President Trump. Meanwhile, the first person with the Wuhan virus enters the U.S. after visiting China.
January 17 – 24, 2020: Wuhan Health Commission insists there are no new Wuhan virus cases (for 7 straight days!).
January 17, 2020: The Center for Disease Control (CDC) implements public health screening at three U.S. airports.
January 19, 2020: The first U.S. case of the Wuhan coronavirus is found in a recent traveler from China. The case is confirmed
January 20, 2020: A top Chinese doctor announces that the Wuhan coronavirus can be passed between people.
January 21, 2020: CDC activates emergency operations center.
January 21, 2020: China’s president Xi Jinping asks Dr. Tedros of the World Health Organization to delay calling it a pandemic and to withhold information about human-to-human transmission.
January 23, 2020: Wuhan and three other Chinese cities are locked down.
January 23, 2020: The Democrats again ignore the Wuhan virus. Instead, the House impeachment managers begin opening arguments.
January 24, 2020: 5 million people leave Wuhan to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
January 24, 2020: Beijing officials prevent the Wuhan Institute of Virology from sharing sample isolates with the University of Texas.
January 26, 2020: “The American people should not be worried or frightened by this. It’s a very, very low risk to the United States.” — Dr. Anthony Fauci, director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
January 27, 2020: The White House creates a task force to deal with the threat of the Wuhan virus.
January 28, 2020: BuzzFeed News headline: Don’t Worry about the Coronavirus. Worry about the Flu.
January 29, 2020: Italy’s Institute of Public Health found the Wuhan virus in waste water samples from the Bologna sewage system.
January 29, 2020: President Trump chairs the first meeting of the White House coronavirus task force.
January 30, 2020: The World Health Organization declares a global health emergency as the Wuhan virus continues to spread.
January 31, 2020: President Trump bans air travel to and from China.
February 1, 2020: Washington Post headline: Get a Grippe, America. The Flu Is a Much Bigger Threat than Coronavirus
February 1, 2020: Democrats and media attack President Trump’s China travel ban as xenophobic.
February 1, 2020: Top WHO official: It’s not too late to stop the new coronavirus outbreak: The disease may not be spreading as rapidly as is feared.
February 2, 2020: The first death from the Wuhan virus outside China is reported in the Philippines.
February 4, 2020: President Trump talks about the Wuhan virus in his State of the Union address. In a spiteful pique, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi rips up every page.
February 5: 2020: In the midst of the Wuhan virus pandemic, the U.S. Senate acquits President Trump on both articles of impeachment.
February 6, 2020: China tightens controls on social media platforms.
February 6, 2020: Lawyer and journalist Chen Qiushi goes missing after being taken away by Chinese police.
February 6, 2020: On April 22, officials in Santa Clara County announce that the first American to die of the Wuhan virus did so on Feb 6 (based on tissue samples from the autopsy).
February 9, 2020: Chinese citizen-journalist Fang Bin disappears after being taken into police custody in China.
February 9, 2020: Chair of NYC Council health committee, Mark D. Levine, tweets: In powerful show of defiance of #coronavirus scare, huge crowds gathering in NYC’s Chinatown for ceremony ahead of annual #LunarNewYear parade. Chants of “be strong Wuhan!”
February 12, 2020: CDC admits there are problems with the Wuhan virus tests they had produced.
February 19, 2020: CNN news: “A deadly virus is spreading from state to state and has infected 26 million Americans so far. It’s the flu.”
February 21, 2020: China’s Ministry of Public Security announces 5,111 cases involving police intervention for “fabricating and deliberating disseminating false and harmful information” regarding the Wuhan virus.
February 24, 2020: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi encourages people to go out in public. Also to eat in Chinatown. Some time after that she has a botox procedure, a nonessential medical procedure, while everyone else is locked down.
February 26, 2020: Chinese journalist and TV host Li Zehua disappears after being taken into police custody in China.
February 29, 2020: The CDC announces the first Wuhan coronavirus death in the U.S. (Washington state).
February 29, 2020: “Right now, at this moment, there’s no need to change anything that you’re doing on a day-by-day basis. Right now the risk is still low.” — Dr. Anthony Fauci, director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
March 7, 2020: Anderson Cooper of CNN: “The flu is far deadlier than the coronavirus.”
March 9, 2020: “If you are a healthy person, there is no reason if you want to go on a cruise ship, go on a cruise ship.” — Dr. Anthony Fauci, director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
March 10, 2020: Joe Biden’s last campaign rally (in Philadelphia). Donald Trump’s last campaign rally was on March 2nd.
March 10, 2020: Mitchell Katz, head of NYC Hospitals, email: “No proof that closures will help stop the spread” of the Wuhan virus.
March 11, 2020: WHO designates the Wuhan virus as a pandemic.
March 12, 2020: Chinese tycoon Ren Zhiqiang disappears after criticizing the Chinese government’s handling of the Wuhan virus in an essay, Lives Are Being Harmed by Both the Virus and the Disease in the Political System.”
March 13, 2020: New York City mayor Bill de Blasio says “We want people still to go on about their lives.”
March 16, 2020: Imperial College Covid-19 modeling report: 2.2 million deaths in the U.S. with “the potential negative effects of health systems being overwhelmed.”
March 19, 2020: President Trump discusses hydroxychloroquine as a possible treatment for COVID-19.
March 30, 2020: FDA approves emergency authorization of anti-malarial drugs for use against the Wuhan virus.
April 1, 2020: U.S. intelligence finds that China under-reported Wuhan virus cases and deaths.
April 1, 2020: The Chinese Human Rights Defenders publishes a summary of all those Chinese missing or penalized for trying to get out more information about the Wuhan virus.
April 1, 2020: The CDC publishes a report citing “the potential for presymptomatic transmission” of the Wuhan virus.
April 13, 2020: National Bureau of Economic Research reports that the New York City subway system “seeded the massive coronavirus epidemic” in the city.
April 14, 2020: Stanford University research reveals that 50 to 85 times more people have had the Wuhan coronavirus than the number of official cases. Wuhan virus much less deadly than predicted.
April 14, 2020: President Trump orders a freeze on U.S. funding for WHO, saying the organization put “political correctness over lifesaving measures.”
April 20, 2020: University of Southern California study finds that up to 55 times more people have had the Wuhan coronavirus than confirmed by testing. Wuhan virus much less deadly than predicted.
April 30, 2020: Christian Drosten of the Institute of Virology at Charite hospital reports: Children with the new coronavirus may be as infectious as adults (see May 25 negation).
May 1, 2020: China refuses to allow WHO to take part in an investigation into the origin of the Wuhan virus.
May 1, 2020: U.S. Department of Homeland Security reports that Chinese Communist officials intentionally concealed the severity of the Wuhan virus to hoard medical supplies.
May 18, 2020: Comparison released by governor Greg Abbott of Texas:
May 19, 2020: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that Covid-19 “does not spread easily” via contaminated surfaces.
May 24, 2020: Washington Post opinion: Trump’s demonization of China puts U.S. in financial peril.
May 25, 2020: Bild magazine: Drosten’s study on contagious children grossly false (see April 29).
May 26, 2020: CDC now estimates that COVID-19 kills less than 0.27 percent of people infected. In essence, there was never a need for a pandemic shutdown that cost 40 million people their jobs and bankrupt so many companies.
June 8, 2020: WHO announces that asymptomatic carriers of the Wuhan virus rarely spread the disease. Then later changes its mind again.
June 8, 2020: Harvard Medical School releases a study that analyzed both vehicle and data traffic around hospitals in Wuhan last summer and concluded the coronavirus may have begun spreading as early as August, 2019.
June 10, 2020: New York City mayor Bill de Blasio tweets: I’m reminding New Yorkers as we restart: GET TESTED! Testing is more available than ever before. It’s free, quick and easy. Anyone who wants a free test, go to http://nyc.gov/covidtest.
June 15, 2020: New York City mayor Bill de Blasio refuses to get a Covid-19 test even after displaying symptoms and staying home on a sick day.
June 15, 2020: FDA pulls emergency use authorization of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 treatment.
June 25, 2020: CDC announces that 25 million Americans may have contacted the Wuhan virus (a number 10 times higher that actual confirmed cases).
June 26, 2020: Spanish scientists report finding traces of the Wuhan virus in water sewage samples dating back to March 2019
July 3, 2020: The CDC explained that the COVID-19 mortality rate has dropped so low that “the percentage is currently at the epidemic threshold.”
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