coronavirus

This week’s Coronavirus bill starts a 180-day countdown for full UFO disclosures to the nation from USA’s defense agencies.

Not many people noticed it because it was tucked away in a "committee comment", an attachment to the 5,593-page bill that automatically becomes a part of the legislation. The $2.3 trillion COVID-19 relief package was signed by President Trump on 12/27/2020. The verbiage says the bill: "Directs the [director of national intelligence], in consultation with the Secretary of Defense and the heads of such other agencies… to submit a report within 180 days of the date of enactment of the Act, to the congressional intelligence and armed services committees on unidentified aerial phenomena." This is a stunning development. The resulting report must address all "airborne objects that have not been identified" and must provide a detailed analysis of each sighting including whether or not the object could

China’s doctors fear the coronavirus may be mutating in a manner that could drastically increase infections and make spreading harder to contain.

Bloomberg reported today that Chinese doctors are seeing a concerning, new behavior in coronavirus infections. A new cluster of cases on the northeast region suggest the pathogen may be changing in ways that could complicate efforts to stamp it out. Patients in the northern provinces of Jilin and Heilongjiang are carrying the virus for extended periods before showing symptoms. The asymptomatic behavior seen with coronavirus is believed to be one of the reason the virus spreads so easily. Qiu Haibo, one of China's top critical care doctors said on state television: "Patients in the northeast also appear to be taking longer than the one to two weeks observed in Wuhan to develop symptoms after infection, and this delayed onset is making it harder for authorities to catch cases

Early studies of recovered coronavirus patients hint at permanent lung damage – even in young patients.

It’s not being talked about, but early reports show coronavirus may cause permanent lung damage – even in young patients. A Belgian doctor who studied coronavirus patients said scans of young patients’ lungs was “nothing short of terrifying”. The studies As we get past the skewed (i.e. misreported) stats coming out of China, a pattern is beginning to emerge among recovered patients. Several studies are revealing those that recover have a high chance of suffering permanent or severe lung damage. One study published in the US National Center for Biotechnology Information studied patients in Wuhan, China between January 1 and January 20. They found nearly 20% of the patients developed ARDS or acute respiratory distress syndrome, a type of respiratory failure that prevents a person’s lungs from providing