SARS-CoV-2 is a very unusual virus

IThinkImTurningJapanese

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Apparently, many are suffering fatigue and malaise while showing no other significant signs of infection.

Ishikawa Prefecture Coronavirus Case Incidence

June 5, 2nd year of reiwa (299th prefecture)
Infected person 299 *Futatsuya hospital relation (inpatient)
(1) Age: 100 years old or older
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation at the hospital
Wednesday, April 22
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 17 (Sunday)
Fever of 37 degrees
May 18 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
Tuesday, May 19
Diagnosis of fever in the 38's and pneumonia
May 21 (Thursday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
Transferred to prefecture A medical institution
May 27 (Wednesday)
38 degrees fever
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
Thursday, June 4
39-degree fever
A PCR test was carried out at a transfer-in A medical institution and found to be positive.
May 29, 2nd year (298th case in the prefecture)
Infected person 298 *Futatsuya hospital related (inpatient)
(1) Age: 80s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation at the hospital
April 22 (Wednesday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 28 (Thursday)
Fever in the 37's range, sore throat
May 29 (Friday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
May 28, 2nd year of Reiwa (297th case in the prefecture)
Infected person 297 *Futatsuya hospital relation (inpatient)
(1) Age: 80s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation at the hospital
April 27 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 26 (Tuesday)
38 degrees fever
May 28 (Thursday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
May 26, 2nd year (296th case in the prefecture)
Infected person 296 *Futatsuya hospital relation (inpatient)
(1) Age: 80s
(2) Gender: Male
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation at the hospital
April 27 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 11 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 24 (Sunday)
Fever of 37 degrees, cough
May 26 (Tuesday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
May 23, 2nd year of reiwa (295th prefecture)
Infected person 295 *Futatsuya Hospital related
(1) Age: 50s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Place of residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Horada Shimizu Town)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation as a contact of infected person 179
Tuesday, April 21
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
Tuesday, May 19
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 22 (Friday)
General malaise
May 23 (Saturday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
May 22, 2nd year of Reiwa (Prefectural 293th case, 294th case)
Infected person 294
(1) Age: teens
(2) Gender: Male
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Tsubata Town)
(4) Symptoms and progress
May 12 (Tuesday)
Fever of 37 degrees
May 20 (Wednesday)
38-degree fever, cough
Visit A medical institution in the prefecture
Consult the returnee/contact person consultation center
May 21 (Thursday)
Examine returnees and contact persons
May 22 (Friday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
Infected person 293 *Futatsuya hospital related (inpatient)
(1) Age: 70s
(2) Gender: Male
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation at the hospital
April 27 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative

May 11 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 21 (Thursday)
Fever of 37 degrees
Confirmed death
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
May 21, 2nd year of reiwa (prefecture 291th case, 292th case)
Infected person 292 *Futatsuya hospital relation (inpatient)
(1) Age: 90s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation at the hospital
Thursday, April 23
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 4 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 11 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
Tuesday, May 19
38 degrees fever
May 21 (Thursday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
Infected person 291 ※Futatsuya hospital relation (inpatient)
(1) Age: 80s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation at the hospital
Tuesday, April 28
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
Tuesday, May 19
37 degree fever, pneumonia diagnosed
May 21 (Thursday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
 

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May 19, 2019 (Prefectural 288 cases, prefecture 289 cases, prefecture 290 cases)
Infected person 290 *Futatsuya hospital related
(1) Age: 70s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation as a contact of infected person 179
April 21 (Tuesday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 19 (Tuesday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
Infected person 289 *Futatsuya Hospital related
(1) Age: 40s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation as a contact of infected person 179
April 24 (Friday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 19 (Tuesday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
Infected person 288 *Futatsuya Hospital related
(1) Age: 50s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Place of residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Horada Shimizu Town)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation as a contact of infected person 179
April 21 (Tuesday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 19 (Tuesday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
May 17, 2nd Reiwa (287th case in the prefecture)
Infected person 287 *Futatsuya hospital relation (inpatient)
(1) Age: 80s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation at the hospital
April 22 (Wednesday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 15 (Friday)
38 degrees fever
May 17 (Sunday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
May 16, 2nd year of reiwa (286th case in the prefecture)
Infected person 286 *Futatsuya Hospital related
(1) Age: 30s
(2) Gender: Female
(3) Residence: Ishikawa Prefecture (Kahoku City)
(4) Symptoms and progress
April 20 (Monday)
Health observation as a contact of infected person 179
Saturday, April 25
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 9 (Saturday)
Fever of 37 degrees
May 11 (Monday)
PCR test at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environment Center revealed negative
May 15 (Friday)
Continued symptoms, diagnosed as pneumonia
May 16 (Saturday)
PCR test conducted at Ishikawa Prefectural Health and Environmental Center revealed positive
 

IThinkImTurningJapanese

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It is so odd. The initial testings proved negative, yet about a month later in cases on this list, proved positive. I am assuming the tests were reliable...

A few were tested due to contact tracing, but many appear to have felt unwell roughly a month before fever and positive PCR.

A man aboard the Diamond Princess had trouble receiving help since he tested negative. He died.

COVID-19: Battle on the Cruise Ship
 

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A man aboard the Diamond Princess had trouble receiving help since he tested negative. He died.
That is so sad.
Here we are, dealing with a hitherto unknown virus, yet those who have recurring symptoms are sidelined. Scientists and doctors really have no idea how this virus behaves, yet they assume after two or three negative tests.... that's it -done and dusted!
many appear to have felt unwell roughly a month before fever and positive PCR.
I wasn't tested at all, as it wasn't available to me in my situation at the time, but had unusual sudden gut symptoms for close to a month before the classic coronavirus symptoms began.
I walked around with that, could have passed it to anyone, had no idea that could have been the virus, as we were all told to look out for certain specific symptoms.
 
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junkcrap50

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That is so sad.
Here we are, dealing with a hitherto unknown virus, yet those who have recurring symptoms are sidelined. Scientists and doctors really have no idea how this virus behaves, yet they assume after two or three negative tests.... that's it -done and dusted!
That's because now doctors ignore the patient and their own eyes. And instead rely purely on tests. Medicine is no longer an healing art, but rather a programmatic decision tree.

"The tests say nothing's wrong with you, so that means you're normal." Sound familiar?
 

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Just pausing for a second to cast my amateur epi eye across this image. Bloody hell.



John Hopkins Map

https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html


Comments are interesting. Doesn't look good

Also
@DrDenaGrayson

Scientists in #Japan found that people between the ages of 20-39 years old were the primary source of 50% of #coronavirus outbreak clusters. 41% had NO SYMPTOMS at the time of viral transmission.

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