These are the WHO lies about Coronavirus, COVID-19
As the days go by, hundreds of people die, thousands are infected and entire countries are quarantined as is the case of South Korea and the state of alert in Italy for the large number of infected, in Ukraine anti-infected protests unleash the Anger of the uninfected, and Russia closed its borders with China, while the panorama is getting closer and closer to an apocalyptic situation as we have seen it for years in the cinema, the irresponsibility of WHO to the epidemic is obviously obscene.
But it happens that the containment of the virus could be done much earlier if WHO had not succumbed to the political pressures of the Chinese regime, leaving the international health alert that had contained the outbreak of the highly contagious COVID-19 coronavirus, originating in Wuhan for a long time.
However, according to the Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about the Coronavirus, published on the WHO website, it is appreciated that the political dye remains above the rationality and responsibility that the agency should direct.
Then we make an extract of these “questions and answers”, selecting three very important ones that depend a lot on the virus stop spreading.
According to WHO:
How long does the virus live on surfaces? It is not yet known how long the 2019-nCoV lives on surfaces, although preliminary information suggests that it can survive for a few hours. A simple disinfectant can kill viruses, and prevent them from continuing to infect.
This is false, according to an investigation of the Journal Hospital Infection the virus can be alive up to 9 days on inanimate surfaces, being able to infect anyone, you can read about it in: A study reveals that the Coronavirus remains alive up to 9 days in almost any surface
How long is the incubation period ?: The incubation period is the interval between the infection and the appearance of the clinical symptoms of the disease. Current estimates suggest that the incubation period varies between 1 and 12.5 days, with an estimated average of 5-6 days. These estimates will be adjusted as more data becomes available. Based on the information available on other diseases caused by coronaviruses, including MERS and SARS, it is estimated that the incubation period of 2019-nCoV could be up to 14 days. WHO recommends that the follow-up of confirmed case contacts be 14 days.
This is also false, a Chinese epidemiologist, Dr. Zhong Nanshan, says that at least the incubation period is 24 days you can read about it in: Chinese Epidemiologist says that the coronavirus incubation period is 24 days in which the disease can be transmitted, other information speaks 41 to 49 days, at least these irresponsible WHO could say that they have no conclusive information but affirm a specific number,
Is it safe to receive a package from China or another place where cases of infection have been reported?
Yes it is safe. Receiving a package from these places does not pose a risk of infection with the new coronavirus. From what has been observed with other coronaviruses, we know that this type of virus does not survive long on objects, such as letters or packages.
This is quite false, since according to the study that reveals that the virus may be latent for at least 9 days, imagine a sealed package that goes from China to a nearby country, and takes less than 9 days, when it is opened the receiver will probably will infect fomitas.
Finally, the RO, or Rcero, which is the number identifies the basic reproductive rhythm in an epidemic, which the WHO has indicated is around 2.5 people per infected, but that is at stake in the case of the Diamond Princess cruise ship, where a only passenger who descended in Hong Kong, was responsible for so far infecting almost 700 passengers and leaving the ship in quarantine, and the other case in South Korea, where a single woman belonging to a religious sect in a single day infected Around 40 people.