COVID19 from raccoon dogs to humans at Huanan not Wuhan market? WHO missed the data?
“The lessons of SARS-CoV-2
* is a case for not eating the meat of any species; and
* it’s a matter of us against them, humans against microbial pathogens and not each other,” says Dr. Nassima al Amouri of The RINJ Foundation.
“Wealthy American women and men may be responsible for the COVID-19 outbreak. They drive the hunt for Raccoon Dogs in China to make Fendi coats, jackets and stoles, and the skinning of the animals alive for better quality furs,” says Dr. Nassima al Amouri who is an advocate for veganism in the context of climate change mitigation.
“Nobody got a specimen from a raccoon dog in November 2019, sold at the Huanan market but many were found to be infected with COVID-19 later. Remnants of a virus particle might be in your fur coat,” says Doctor who is adamant Vegan and conservation advocate.
Raccoon dogs, previously suspected of being a COVID-19 intermediary between bats and humans are blamed in recent and foremost scientific work seeking the origin of the current coronavirus pandemic. See also NYT: First Known Covid Case Was Vendor at Wuhan Market, Scientist Claims.
“Live mammals susceptible to coronaviruses, including raccoon dogs (Nyctereutes procyonoides), were sold at Huanan Market and three other live-animal markets in Wuhan before the pandemic,” according to Dr. Michael Worrobey.
SARS-like coronaviruses were found in raccoon dogs during the SARS outbreak, facilitated by animal-to-human contact in live-animal markets in China. Citing: Dissecting the early COVID-19 cases in Wuhan.
Researchers at the Friedrich Loeffler Institute in Germany also conducted a study demonstrating that raccoon dogs were a potential intermediate host which according to the work of Dr. Michael Worrobey and some follow-up from Sara Qin, a Whuhan nurse practitioner who fought the initial outbreak in Hubei, several workers who sold or delivered Raccoon Dogs at the Huanan Market in the city of Wuhan were the first infected patients according to CT Scans and other medical evidence.
“Dr. al Amouri’s warning about not eating meat is polite. This video is not so polite and is very graphic but reinforces her point. In America and in China, as well as many places, the vicious, brutal slaughter of animals for human food or delicacies is beyond sick-mindedness,” suggests a vegan woman who prefers not to be identified in any manner. The video is graphic and may be taken down from the internet any time soon.
“Not surprisingly, the World Health Organization (WHO) missed the data on the origin of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Somehow all the available data became confused or disarrayed in the investigators briefcases until an American researcher, Dr. Michael Worrobey put it all together with exceptional and deep research with the full cooperation of China,” explains doctor Nassima al Amouri.
In their scientific work on COVID-19 and reports thereof, Jonathan Pekar, Michael Worobey, Niema Moshiri, Konrad Scheffler, and Joel O. Wertheim writing for the National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine:
“Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-
2) may have had a history of abortive human infections before a variant established a productive enough infection to create a transmission chain with pandemic potential. Therefore, the Wuhan cluster of infections identified in late December of 2019 may not have represented the initiating event. Pekar et al. used genome data collected from the early cases of the COVID-19 pandemic combined with molecular clock inference and epidemiological simulation to estimate when the most successful variant gained a foothold in humans. This analysis pushes human-to-human transmission back to mid-October to mid-November of 2019 in Hubei Province, China, with a likely short interval before epidemic transmission was initiated.” Citing: Jonathan Pekar, Michael Worobey, Niema Moshiri, Konrad Scheffler, and Joel O. Wertheim
First Hubei infection was a vendor and people connected to him at the Huanan Market in Wuhan, Hubei, China.
Research by all parties peer-reviewing Dr. Michael Worrobey work indicate that the first recorded case in that Hubei outbreak was a man, a live-animal vendor, working at the Huanan (not ‘Wuhan’) market and that would explain the massive numbers of infections within a few kilometers of that facility.
This refers only to the Wuhan, Hubei outbreak. There were other minor events going back as far as ten years (2010) in Laos and Cambodia as well as Thailand in 2018 and 2019. Mysterious outbreaks among the animal collectors who worked in the wild were noted in the areas around Bangkok where workers shipped their catch and collected their money. In Thailand, this trade is estimated at over $2 billion USD and maybe even more from many of the super-expensive dinners all over the Southeast of Asia and in China.
Read if you wish: COVID-19 Pandemic did not start in China (in 2019), it began in Bangkok.
Read if you wish: Canada ridiculed Wuhan when Hubei was dying. Editorial
Michael Worobey, writes in the highly respected Science Magazine, “A notably similar situation unfolded at Wuhan Central Hospital. On 18 December, Ai Fen, director of the emergency department, encountered her first unexplained pneumonia patient, a 65-year-old man who had become ill on either 13 or 15 December. Unbeknownst to Ai at the time, the patient was a deliveryman at Huanan Market. A CT scan revealed infection in both lungs, and he did not respond to antibiotics or anti-influenza drugs. On 24 December, a bronchoalveolar lavage specimen collected from him was sent to Vision Medicals, a metagenomics sequencing company. They identified a new SARSr-CoV on 26 December and relayed the finding by telephone to the hospital on 27 December. By 28 December, Wuhan Central Hospital had identified seven cases, of which four turned out to be linked to Huanan Market. Notably, these seven cases, like those at HPHICWM, were ascertained before epidemiologic investigations concerning Huanan Market commenced on 29 December.
At Zhongnan Hospital in the Wuchang District of Wuhan, 15 km away from Huanan Market and on the opposite bank of the Yangtze River, Vice President Yuan Yufeng asked units on 31 December to search for unexplained pneumonia cases, and the Respiratory Medicine Department reported two. The first lived in Wuchang District but worked at Huanan Market (in Jianghan District). The second did not work at Huanan Market but had friends who did and who had visited his home. On 3 January, three more cases were identified—a family cluster unlinked to Huanan Market. Clearly, hospitals in the first weeks of the outbreak were identifying cases both with and without a known connection to Huanan Market. And Wuhan hospitals were not swamped with unexplained pneumonia cases at the end of December—that would come later,” wrote Michael Worobey and the Science team.