Finally, the deepest recesses of the world wide web, much of microblogging networks, special mention of Twitter, is exploding with posts about the newest scare of #20l9nCoV that was triggered in #Wuhan, China.
Be forewarned. At times like these, posts on social media sites are not always true. Beware of fake information being peddled around. Be very cautious!
Lightening fast paper from Germany (and lightening fast story from @DrewQJoseph) reports asymptomatic transmission of #2019nCoV led to 2 generations of spread. https://t.co/EaRVOQCFD6— Helen Branswell (@HelenBranswell) January 31, 2020
Most of the patients who die from #2019nCoV are the elderly–the ones with weaker immune system. pic.twitter.com/R7lcHhf1Jy— Miguel Caro M.D. (@MiguelPCaro) January 31, 2020
Just to reassure those predicting the #endoftheworld, a list of global deaths per year by other viruses.#2019nCoV won’t make the playoffs— Dr Barney Flower (ID/MICRO/HEP) (@barnaby_flower) January 31, 2020
Ebola ~2000 pic.twitter.com/GwKRhUUJrb
Xiamen University successfully developed an all-in-one machine for field detection of novel coronavirus, which can automatically process testing and give the report in about an hour after putting samples in it.#GoodNews #xiamenuniversity #coronavirus #2019nCoV #xiamen #Fujian pic.twitter.com/FShSgYWcHS— What’s On Xiamen (@woxiamen) January 31, 2020
Will any of the people leaving Wuhan be potential carriers? Just asking.
There are an estimated 4600 Students from about 12 African countries studying in Hubei province #2019nCoV https://t.co/vNbMeKEndb— Ilona Kickbusch (@IlonaKickbusch) January 31, 2020
And evacuation continues. Which will be replicated.
#AirIndia’s special flight to depart to #China for the evacuation of Indians from the epicentre of #coronavirus #Wuhan. Acc. to govt. at least 400 #Indians will be evacuated today. #ANI#ChinaVirusOutbreak #2019nCoV #CoronavirusWho #WHO pic.twitter.com/R9rW7ahSIB— ViKAS (@thevikaslohchab) January 31, 2020
Huhum. Philippine Dopartment of Health Secretary Francisco Duque III. Debunked. The doctor is not worth listening?
Garin, a former health secretary herself, said that the “myth” on keeping throat moist so virus can’t attach to it has been debunked by the Ministry of Health of Singapore. | @NAMercadoINQ https://t.co/tUEGIdgWut— Inquirer (@inquirerdotnet) January 31, 2020
AND FINALLY, A CAUTIONARY REMINDER.
Microblogging networks, like Twitter, explodes with posts about scare of #20l9nCoV triggered in #Wuhan, China.— cbanga360 (@cbangabulletin) January 31, 2020
Be forewarned. Posts on social media sites are not always true. Beware of fake information being peddled around. Be very cautious! https://t.co/k3lxgBe14E
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