A Recent Simulation showed Coronavirus could kill 65 Million People!

What???

During the start of the Lunar New Year celebration, a mystery virus is spreading and infecting throughout China. Coronavirus typically affects the respiratory tract and can lead to illness like pneumonia or the common cold. The death toll and the number of infections continued to climb in China.

The outbreak in Wuhan isn’t currently considered a pandemic, but it has spread to Thailand, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, United States, and India.

The world is in deep shock and fear. However, one scientist named Eric Toner from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security wasn’t shocked when the news of a mysterious coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China, surfaced in early January. Less than three months prior, Toner had staged a simulation of a global pandemic involving a coronavirus.

sfsdToner said, “I have, though for a long time, that the most likely virus that might cause a new pandemic would be a coronavirus.”

Event 201 and its simulation

October 2019, a group of 15, bigness people, government officials, and health care experts gathered around a table in New York City. The reason for the gathering is to plan out the global response to a worldwide outbreak of an utterly unknown coronavirus. It was a training exercise with disturbing similarities to 2019-nCoV— the Chinese virus that has swiftly gone global last month.

Almost three and a half hours later, the group finished the simulation exercise, and despite their best efforts, they couldn’t prevent the hypothetical coronavirus from killing 65 million people.

The fictional coronavirus at the center of the Event 201 simulation, which is a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation — was called CAPS. It started with pigs in Brazil before spreading to farmers. The pretend outbreak started small. Farmers began coming down with symptoms that resembled the flu or pneumonia. From there, the virus spread to the crowd.

In the simulation, CAPS infected people all across the globe within six months, and by the 18-month mark, it had killed 65 million people and triggered a global financial crisis. The virus in the simulation would be resistant to any modern vaccine. It would be deadlier than SARS, but about as easy to catch like the flu.

According to the organizers of Event 201, the goal of the simulation wasn’t to spread fear. Instead, they hoped it would serve as a learning experience, highlighting both the potential impact of a pandemic as well as current gaps in our preparedness for one. Seriously?

Let’s conclude the scenario!

The scenario ends at the 18-month point, with 65 million deaths. The pandemic is beginning to slow due to the decreasing number of susceptible people. The pandemic will continue at some rate until there is an effective vaccine or until 80-90 % of the global population has been exposed. From that point on, it is likely to be an endemic childhood disease.

 

Here are some interesting facts from the simulation

  • Although at first, some countries are able to control it, it continues to spread and be reintroduced, and eventually, no country can maintain control “.
  • There is no possibility of a vaccine being available in the first year.
  • Since the whole human population is susceptible, during the initial months of the pandemic, the cumulative number of cases increases exponentially, doubling every week.

 

We don’t yet know how contagious this coronavirus is. We know that it is being spread person to person, but we don’t know to what extent. As per the simulation, after six months, nearly every country in the world would have cases of the virus. Within 18 months, 65 million people could die.

In the CAPS simulation, scientists were unable to develop a vaccine in time to stop a pandemic. That’s a realistic assumption. Even real-life coronavirus still don’t have vaccines. If scientists don’t find a way to develop vaccines quicker, dangerous outbreaks will continue to spread. That’s because cities are becoming more crowded, and humans are encroaching on spaces usually reserved for wildlife, which creates a breeding ground for infectious diseases.

adqqThe troubling implication remains that if 2019-nCoV reaches the pandemic level, it might already be too late to prevent the millions of deaths predicted by Event 201.

So did the organizers of Event 201 have insider knowledge about this global health scare?

Are they planning all these? Is coronavirus human-made? We have many reasons to believe now!

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2 Responses to: A Recent Simulation showed Coronavirus could kill 65 Million People!

  1. Beautiful People

    March 20th, 2020

    Thank you! We will keep informing our readers. God bless us all!

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