Was The Coronavirus Here Long Before February?
This will come as no surprise to anyone reading this article that the Coronavirus likely killed the first Americans long before the Washington State outbreak.
Reports show that at least two people died in February after contracting COVID-19. This was announced by health professionals in California on Tuesday. Which means that the virus had likely infected an unknown number of American’s weeks before previously reported.
An examination was done on tissue samples during autopsies on two people in Santa Clara County of victims who died on February 6th and 17th.
Now, I know what many of you are thinking and yes, I’m thinking it too, I had the coronavirus in 2019. I was so ill I couldn’t get out of bed in December. I had the same symptoms of what people report such as being feverous and was not able to get out of bed.
Yes, it’s possible it was just the flu, but I had never experienced any flu-like symptoms and I hadn’t been sick in years.
But regardless of whether I was actually sick with COVID-19 or not, I refuse to believe that it just arrived in the US in February, this thing has been around much longer. If medical professionals went back and performed autopsies on these people who died of flu-like symptoms in January or even December I have no doubt that some of those deaths would be contributed to COVID -19.
There are still some who believe this is some kind of hoax, in large part because of how President Trumps is constantly changing his position on how seriously this virus should be taken. At the very least he’s minimizing the impact by supporting republican Governors who are rushing to open their states.
Let me be clear, scientist have shouted as loud as they can that this virus is ‘a killer’ much worse than the flu. While 40,000 to 60,000 people die of influenza annually, reported coronavirus deaths have topped 45,000 since March 1st.
88 percent of people put on ventilators die of this virus. This is not the flu! It’s 10 times worse!