Covid-83

Dan O'Heirity

Covid-19 Facts and Figures From Around the World

It’s been a while since I reported CCP virus figures and I’m doing so today because there is what we might refer to as the second wave of the pandemic with the focus moving away from Europe and towards other countries around the world where the virus has taken hold and is resulting in very high daily figures for new confirmed cases. However, unlike what we might refer to as the phase one spread, the figures for new deaths are nowhere near as high as they were in Europe. Using my preferred data source – which is reset at GMT +0 for the daily number of confirmed cases and the daily number of confirmed deaths – I can report that two days ago there were 121,414 new cases and 4,298 new deaths. A day ago there were 129,998 new cases and 5,511 new deaths. Today – which is being reported at 11 AM AEST / 1 AM GMT – there have been 130,529 new cases and 4,906 new deaths.

If we look at the figures to two days ago, the US reported 20,798 new cases and 1,083 new deaths. Brazil reported 27,312 new cases and 1,269 new fatalities. If we combine the number of new cases for the US and for Brazil we get a total figure of 48,110 new cases which represents 39.62% of all new cases. Russia reported 8,536 new cases and 178 new deaths. India reported 9,633 new cases and 259 new deaths. Peru reported 4,030 new cases and 127 new deaths. Iran reported 3,134 new cases and 70 new deaths. Chile reported 4,942 new cases and 87 new deaths. Mexico reported 3,891 new cases and 470 new deaths. Pakistan reported 4,065 new cases and 67 new deaths. Bangladesh reported 2,695 new cases and 37 new deaths. If we add the figures for these additional 8 countries to the combined total of new cases in the US and Brazil then we get a figure of 89,036 which represents 74.68% of all new cases. Thus, nearly 75% of all new cases in the world are accounted for just 10 countries. The combined death toll for these countries stands at 3,647 which means that 73.99% of all new fatalities are accounted for by these 10 countries.

Looking at yesterday’s figures, the US reported 22,819 new cases and 1,032 new deaths. Brazil reported 31,890 new cases and 1,492 new fatalities. If we combine the number of new cases for the US and for Brazil we get a total figure of 54,709 new cases which represents 42.08% of all new cases. Russia reported 8,831 new cases and 169 new deaths. India reported 9,889 new cases and 275 new deaths. Peru reported 4,284 new cases and 137 new deaths. Iran reported 3,574 new cases and 59 new deaths. Chile reported 4,664 new cases and 81 new deaths. Mexico reported 3,912 new cases and 1092 new deaths. Pakistan reported 4,801 new cases and 82 new deaths. Bangladesh reported 2,423 new cases and 35 new deaths. If we add the figures for these additional 8 countries to the combined total of new cases in the US and Brazil then we get a figure of 97,087 which represents 74.25% of all new cases. Thus, nearly 75% of all new cases in the world are accounted for just 10 countries. The combined death toll for these countries stands at 4,454 which means that 80.80% of all new fatalities are accounted for by these 10 countries.

As of today 5th June 2020, AEST 11.20 AM there have been 130,529 new CCP virus cases and 4,906 new deaths. The US reported 25,393 new cases and 975 new deaths. Brazil reported 30,136 new cases and 1,008 new fatalities. If we combine the number of new cases for the US and for Brazil we get a total figure of 55,529 new cases which represents 42.54% of all new cases. Russia reported 8,736 new cases and 144 new deaths. India reported 9,471 new cases and 286 new deaths. Peru reported 4,202 new cases and 131 new deaths. Iran reported 2,886 new cases and 63 new deaths. Chile reported 4,207 new cases and 92 new deaths. Mexico reported 4,442 new cases and 816 new deaths. Pakistan reported 3,985 new cases and 68 new deaths. Bangladesh reported 2,828 new cases and 30 new deaths. If we add the figures for these additional 8 countries to the combined total of new cases in the US and Brazil then we get a figure of 96,286 which represents 73.76% of all new cases. Thus, nearly 75% of all new cases in the world are accounted for just 10 countries. The combined death toll for these countries stands at 3,613 which means that 73.64% of all new fatalities are accounted for by these 10 countries.

If the number of confirmed cases keeps rising at a rate of around 100,000 per day then we will have 1,000,000 new cases in around ten days and within one month there will have been 3,000,000 new cases. If the number of new deaths each day continues to be around 5,000 then we will have seen 150,000 new deaths within the same one month period. This means that the total number of deaths worldwide will rise above 500,000. Thus, according to my argument that China engaged in an act of biological warfare in deliberately unleashing the virus upon the world, China will have murdered 500,000 people worldwide. That’s half a million people murdered by an evil and malevolent dictatorship that is run by subhuman individuals who have no moral frame of reference. My only real thought here is that the world ought to be a lot angrier with China than appears to be the case. However, the pandemic is far from over, to say the least, and as the numbers continue to rise, perhaps we will see the world reacting more strongly towards China.

It Could Be That We Are Becoming Bored With the Covid-19 Pandemic

I have, over the last few weeks, made mention of the fact that I have personally become almost disinterested in news about the CCP virus. I’ve also offered the opinion that the same seems to be true of the world with CCP virus taking up less and less real estate on news aggregating sites. Today my thoughts coalesced and I realized that the CCP virus story has essentially run out of steam. Here are some examples of stories that may have run their course:

  • The CCP virus has resulted in a global economic collapse, businesses going bankrupt, mass unemployment and countries all around the world falling into a recession.
  • China covered up the pandemic in the early stages of the outbreak in Wuhan and coerced the World Health Organization into doing its bidding to hide the severity of the virus.
  • China stockpiled medical equipment and medical supplies from around the world at the same time that it was telling the world that there was nothing to worry about.
  • China engaged in an attempt to act as the “saviour” to the world through providing medical equipment and medical supplies which all too often turned out be substandard.
  • The virus may have originated in a wet market / live market in Wuhan or it may have escaped from a Wuhan laboratory or it may have been created in a laboratory.
  • China fought against an independent investigation into the virus and threated countries, particularly Australia, that were pressing for an independent investigation.
  • China followed through on its threats against Australia by imposing 80% tariffs on Australia’s barley and by ceasing to import beef from 4 Australian abattoirs.
  • China only agreed to an independent investigation into the origins and spread of the virus because China had ensured that the investigation would be carried out on its terms.
  • China has become increasingly belligerent and aggressive in furthering its strategic and political aims by implementing a new rule of law in Hong Kong and by threatening Taiwan.
  • The world is, to some extent, standing up to China with Trump, for example, pulling WHO funding and with other countries, the UK for example cutting ties with Chinese companies.
  • The world has now woken up to the fact that the CCP has infiltrated governments and universities around the world to influence democratic processes and to steal research.
  • Australian universities are collapsing – with some on the verge of bankruptcy – as a result of being over exposed to the international student market, particularly the Chinese market.

Likely I could extend this list were I to think for a little longer but hopefully the point has been made that stories about the CCP virus are becoming a little repetitive. This suggests to me that I need to think more deeply and to search more widely for new avenues of inquiry.

First Published June 6th, 2020

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