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Another big day, and maybe even bigger. The chart above is based on the Johns Hopkins website that was last updated 03:33 GMT. The Worldometers website was last updated about 3 hours later and totals 1526 cases; 155 more than the Johns Hopkins total. Most of this difference involves South Korea: 346 cases reported in the Worldometer database vs 204 in the John Hopkins database.
The US case count has jumped to 35.
Chris Martenson’s latest video is here. Key matters covered include reports of re-infection of “recovered” patients, and potential for persons declared “recovered” continuing to be infectious for a period after symptoms disappear. CDC guidance is focusing on persons having recently traveled to China and close contact with such persons, but will this guidance miss persons who have been unknowingly infected by persons who traveled to China or persons in close contact with China travelers? We’ll be watching the data.Published in