WHO Finally Declares the Corona Virus a Global Emergency

This website was created expressly to keep the public as up to date as possible with the progression of the Corona Virus and attempts to contain and cure it.

The site was also created to compensate for the fact that the WHO – an organization with a fiduciary responsibility to watch over global health interests – as they’ve neglected to take action.

Regardless of the fact that the WHO has now finally dropped the gavel, they have blood on their hands.

We live in a globalized world that is enabled with cheap, readily-accessible international travel, which has been the leading conduit to the spread of this virus.

This is also compounded by the fact that urban centers around the world are more populated than they’ve ever been, making for the perfect setting for rapid escalation.

It would not have been excessive or presumptuous to impose travel restrictions and quarantines.

At this point in time, the Chinese now have almost 2000 confirmed cases of the Corona Virus and the first case of person-to-person transmission has been confirmed in the U.S.

Confirmed cases of the Corona Virus have also spread to the following countries:

  • Italy
  • France
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Japan
  • Nepal
  • Cambodia
  • Singapore
  • The United Arab Emirates
  • Vietnam
  • Taiwan
  • Canada
  • Sri Lanka

While the WHO has finally made its declaration, it is nonetheless defeating its own mission by imploring nations not to limit travel and trade with China.

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