This article contains editorial comment and is not to be confused for a report. Please refer to our fact-checking policy for information related to this disclaimer.
New documents being released from China now show the COVID-19 illness can be traced back to as early as mid-November, according to Express.
Many people have been on WPMG’s social media posts stating that they had symptoms that were commonly referenced to COVID-19, including coughing, fever, and severe shortness of breath. Some even provided confidential health documents showing flu and strep tests coming back negative, yet they still had an “unknown severe respiratory virus”.
The news outlet, Express, stated that the Chinese-government had reports of this illness and failed to act on it quickly.
With the ease of air travel, it is possible and estimated that Europe, Asia, and the North America continents could have had the disease by November 23rd.
The New York Post also stated that the virus could “very easily” be traced back to a “patient zero” in China around mid-November.
“Coronavirus” is also listed as a “common cold” in the majority of all medical terminology books. What makes “this” coronavirus unique, is that it can cause COVID-19. COVID-19 causes severe upper respiratory distress, which can cause pneumonia-like symptoms which affects the majority of immunocompromised, pregnant, elderly, and young children.
Teenagers, while most are healthy, are the #1 carriers while being asymptomatic. Teens could carry the virus for up to 10-days without showing any symptoms, possibly infecting everyone they come in contact with. Flu-like symptoms reportedly occur around the 5th day of infection.
A website called, PolitiFact, claims that no one could have possibly “already had the virus”. Yet scientists are not too sure… so they developed an antibodies test to show whether you had already been infected or not.
NewScientist.com covered this in their latest article: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2238834-will-a-home-antibody-test-for-covid-19-really-be-a-game-changer/
As of today, there is over 116,000 people infected int he USA, with just under 2,000 deaths. This puts the country mortality rate at 1.72% for COVID-19. Worldwide, the mortality rate is 4.65% with almost 646,000 confirmed cases, and nearly 30,000 deaths.