(03:27:34 PM)damn, a patient in Korea(patient 25) who fully recovered from the virus and returned home 5 days ago, has returned to hospital after feeling sick again and was confirmed to be infected again with the virus, which is the first such case in Korea
(11:21:23 AM)But these often very by state laws in the US and often deal with STD's and not so much on diseases like the flu or cold viruses. However, I'm sure if one provides enough evidence, they can make a case for bio-terrorism if the type of infectious disease is deadly or novel like covid-19, SARS, MERS or any kind that can create a pandemic.
(11:18:02 AM)@ Keitaro88 I think a person or govt. can file a lawsuit alleging criminal negligence or criminal transmission of an infectious disease if they have enough evidence to prove the deliberate intent to cause harm.
In Japan, it's originally called Biohazard, glider003. ^_^
You cannot prosecute someone when they don't even know they're infected in the first place, Keitaro88. Even when it's been reported there's asymptomatic cases, and one mystery case in Northern California of a Community Acquired Infection. So asking to throw an innocent person in jail is simply out of the question at this point during this outbreak. And they don't practice an unusual religion, so using that word is just improper grammar usage, I swear. *facepalm*
That just proves SJW groups are truly going after religious people for no good reasons, glider003. *facepalm again* People are suppose to help each other.
<<< His Red Velvet bias is, . . . wait for it, . . . "all of them." ^_^ <<< Innocent! ^.^
<<< That media outlet isn't exactly looking at the big picture here when it's so obvious when people around the world are getting infected. Not because of ethnicity or where they're born. It's common sense to stay clear of those infected. I really hope you're not suggesting healthy people go unprotected to sit right next to the infected, and then get infected in order to make them feel better? Yes, there are reporters who can't do their jobs properly, even during a crisis, like this war human beings are having against this virus on a global level. That was 2 years ago on something completely different. *facepalm* Just saying. And I have to disagree, no pharmaceutical company is going to wait for more people to die just to blackmail governments. Again, they're not that stupid in this day of age when accountability means something nowadays.
<<< His SNSD bias is, . . . wait for it, . . . "all of them." ^_^ <<< Innocent! ^.^
Lmao! That entire section is just funny. It clearly states, "Although there has been those in virus-stricken areas, many residents of Wuhan and Hubei have reported experiencing discrimination based on their regional origin." Is it because they were born in those areas, or because of the infection? Is being infected a form of some social cognitive dissonance program? How does that even translate as xenophobia, let alone racism during an outbreak? Who even added that section in the first place? Yes, several of my colleagues are rolling on the floor laughing so hard right now. I repeat, the coronavirus is indiscriminate.
(01:22:13 AM)@OH_mes2KBS announces the previous report of Music Bank in Dubai being cancelled is not trueThe event has not been cancelled yet, they are currently discussing with the promoters entertain.naver.com/read?oid=609&a
(06:43:16 PM)@glider003 yeah, just stating that 2 days nat.stadium + merchs, tons of money, hehe. it was expected. I think TWICE dome was postponed (pushed to April). But many recent dome events had been canceled and organizers were hit by fees and other stuff.
(12:21:54 PM)As for laws in place to protect people from pharmaceutical companies and dangerous, unregulated vaccines, I wouldn't hold the FDA to such a high standard as they have dropped the ball in the last 5 years on regulating drug safety.
No, there's no official list of recoveries as of yet, cinderella@yoona. I've heard of reports of recoveries, but we have to wait still. Mostly everybody is being watched to make sure the correct medical procedures was properly done to prevent further infections. The vaccine is what everybody is betting on.
No worries, cinderella@yoona, there will always be birthday parties, even for our beloved SNSD members. ^.^
<<< Lots of time still left to beat the virus when the Olympics start in Japan on July 24th. If not, London is ready.<<< Hopes K-Pop girl groups get to perform during the Olympics. ^.^ The 48 Group will be part of the opening ceremony. ^.^In actuality, it's faulty procedures that's getting more people infected in Japan, glider003. I read that a woman in Japan was released from care and supposedly recovered from the virus after being hospitalized and tested negative after "7 days". *facepalm* The recommended procedure is suppose to be 14 days. She returned and tested positive for the virus again. v_v
<<< As for the calming approach, that's already working in most places. The only place outside of China, South Korea, Italy, Japan, and maybe Iran and North Korea, I heard pushing the panic button was San Francisco, California. *facepalm* But not surprising either after earlier unhealthy reports about the State last year, not to mention the air quality too. The F.D.A. recently stated there's no shortage of medical supplies in the U.S. And there's no xenophobia and racist behavior being reported during the outbreak. We're all human beings, and the virus is indiscriminate, obviously. That's so common sense. ^_^Here's a point of view we should all consider about reporting numbers around the world, glider003, . . . those numbers will always fluctuate when dealing with an airborne virus, it's to be taken as an estimate, not as the final count. Only at the end of a war, the final tally is then made.
<<< Will sum up easily, there's efficiency as boots on the ground testing potential vaccines at ground zero in China already underway. Updating containment and safety procedures as well. Just because some people make mistakes, it doesn't mean it's the end of the world, and those mistakes can be corrected. Common sense does prevail when vital information is given to the people to make sense, and those people use that information to stay safe and help others. And there's laws that prevent pharmaceutical companies from being bio-terrorists and criminals. They're not that stupid to get arrested and/or be shot at by armed police and soldiers. I could be wrong about that, but we have to wait and see who Patient Zero truly is. And again, let's be real here, not everybody is always going to be 100% hygienic daily without taking a shower. That goes for good, hard working people trying to survive in those countries and those fighting the virus.
<<< His SNSD and IZ*ONE bias are, . . . wait for it, . . . "all of them." ^_^ <<< Innocent! ^.^
I'm pretty sure I read correctly to what CaptTJTaru said about the SBox is no place for politics, korniceman3000. Unless this is something between yourself and CaptTJTaru we don't know about being drawn out into the public view eyes to read? o.o
<<< Sees people around the world doing their very best to combat the virus outbreak as best as they can, whether it be legally or manually overriding uncorrected procedures and do what any warrior does on the battlefield, adjust, compensate, locate the weakness, attack, destroy the enemy, survive! ^.^
(06:24:29 PM)@cinderella@yoona i didn't say they "don't care people lives" i say worth nothing lol https://en.wikipedia.../Aging_of_Japan this is the problem now in many developed countries and future is not so bright for them due to low birth rate. i think best place for elder gen is Japan, Scandinavia and isles in Caribb. region, hehe
(06:18:56 PM)@cinderella@yoona lol, i said "money over people"<--- capitalism, hehe (this formula ALMOST everywhere NON OFFICIAL). Regarding Japan, if they cared for people in this situation, they would do something and not saying businesses should decide what to do in this situation and not being transparent . get it?
(04:28:09 PM)the main reason for Japan not even properly checking if people in Japan got infected with the virus is because of the Olympics. they just don't want the official number of infected to affect their Olympics
(04:01:51 PM)You really can't trust China's number of their infected, and WHO's report on China is also not plausible, as WHO is doing everything to please China, like avoiding going to anywhere near Wuhan during their trip to China
(12:51:03 PM)It would be nice for the govt to try a more calming approach emphasizing proper hygiene, disinfection guidelines, and following a healthy lifestyle rather than creating a narrative that plays out like Contagion, Outbreak, and Carriers driving irrational fear and people fighting and hoarding supplies...
(12:46:00 PM)But much of the fear comes from the spread of misinformation or dramatization of facts. Govts only do one of 2 things. They either cover up to prevent the truth or they over dramatize and create wide spread panic and pandemonium. In a way, this is no different from a new born child being exposed to the flu for the first time. Much like this, the baby's immune system has never seen a virus and if under 6 months cannot get a flu shot so there is no preventative measure outside of antivirals which many doctors don't always give for children under 6 month so the body has to fight of the flu on its own.
(12:37:02 PM)Every 6-10 years several new strains of viruses appear and start a global panic. Yes, covid19 is bad but it shouldn't create this kind of drama if govts had a good crisis management system in place with competent people and not self serving politicians. People also shouldn't panic if they have good hygiene and follow proper precautions and guidelines to stay healthy.
(12:31:06 PM)Outside of that, there are the various pharmaceutical companies and industrial firms like 3M and Honeywell who are profiting from the outbreak because of surging protective gear sales driven by fear and panic.
(12:28:08 PM)Common sense never prevails in these instances and too many people of power want to the ones with the final word. Then there are the competing depts. all vying for more money and resources to allegedly "combat the virus" and it becomes an internal battle for who takes control of the situation.