The Biggest COVID-19 Cluster Since February, Major Indian City Revives Lockdown, Plandemic Is Moving Forward, LockDown

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Summary:

  • China blames outbreak on imported salmon
  • Chilean health minister resigns
  • Security checkpoints and other measures return to parts of Beijing
  • 90k Chinese undergo mandatory testing
  • China uncovers the biggest cluster since February
  • Official warns risk of resurgence is high
  • World nears 8 million case mark
  • Brazil surpasses UK death toll; now second only to the US
  • 23 US cases see new infections climb
  • The UK allows many retailers to reopen for the first time in 3 months
  • The elitist know the sheep people will follow, it’s just a matter of repetitive prodding, like cattle we respond to our masters (New World Order Pukes)

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 Chennai, one of India’s largest cities with some 15 million residents, plans to reimpose lockdown measures on Friday as India sees a roaring spike in new cases, AFP reports.

A lockdown will be reimposed Friday on some 15 million people in the Indian city of Chennai and several neighboring districts, state officials said, as coronavirus cases surge in the region.

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“Full Lockdown from 19th for Chennai, Thiruvallur, Chengalpet & Kanchipuram districts,” the Tamil Nadu state government tweeted Monday.

It will be in place until the end of June.

Indian officials have gradually lifted their restrictive lockdown measures over the past few weeks following a fourth extension announced earlier this month as the number of new cases reported – chiefly in major urban areas like Mumbai and Delhi – daily continues to climb.

A police officer wearing a helmet and holding a shield molded to resemble the coronavirus patrols a market in Chennai.
A police officer wearing a helmet and holding a shield molded to resemble the coronavirus patrols a market in Chennai.

Back in the US, analysts at Jefferies have highlighted a silver lining in the US COVID-19 data: As hospitalizations spike in some states, deaths haven’t rebounded like confirmed cases have.

Meanwhile, as the situation in Latin America worsens, Chile’s health minister resigned amid a spike in new cases and deaths (some say as many as 5k have died in the country due to the virus) as the situation across Latin America continues to worsen, per the Guardian.

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Update (0730ET): Investors are waiting for the latest hospitalization data out of Texas, North Carolina and Arizona, among other states, CNBC’s Meg Tirrell joined “Squawk Box” Monday morning for a brief update.

Here’s how different the new case rates are between different regions of the US.

Earlier on Monday, health officials in China reported 49 new coronavirus cases nationwide, including 36 more in Beijing, as fears of a second wave intensify across Asia, while scientists and doctors in the US, like former FDA director Dr. Scott Gottlieb, warn that the first wave never really ended.

Circling back to China, much of Beijing (the district around the market, plus another 10 in the southwestern part of the city) remains on lockdown Monday evening. Mainland China reported 49 new coronavirus cases on June 14 vs. 57 additional cases on June 13. Meanwhile, 36 new local cases were reported on Monday bringing the total confirmed cases to 79 over the last few days, with eight out of 16 districts in Beijing reporting cases on Monday alone, according to Global Times.

Furthermore, the Chinese CDC warned the genome sequencing shows the Xinfadi food market outbreak stemmed from a “European” source. In addition to the lockdowns, Beijing is also delaying the reopening of entertainment venues and other businesses.

Finally, Reuters reported Monday morning that the 79 cases reported in China over the last 4 days represent the biggest cluster uncovered since February.

“The containment efforts have rapidly entered into a war-time mode,” senior city government official Xu Ying told a news conference over the weekend. He added that nearly 100,000 epidemic-control workers had entered the “battlefield”. At the sprawling Xinfadi market, one of the biggest – if not the biggest – in Asia, thousands of tons of vegetables, fruits and meat change hands each day. A complex of warehouses and trading halls spanning an area the size of nearly 160 soccer pitches, Xinfadi is more than 20x larger than the seafood market in the city of Wuhan where the outbreak was first identified.

The new cases have led to officials in many parts of Beijing to reimpose stringent restrictions like round-the-clock security checkpoints, closing schools and sports venues and reinstating temperature checks at malls, supermarkets and offices.

Residents have been advised to avoid large crowds.

Some districts even sent officials to residential compounds in what they described as a “knock, knock” operation to identify people who had visited Xinfadi or been in contact with people who had.

While none of Beijing’s 16 districts have returned to complete lockdown conditions, the 11 neighbourhoods around Xinfadi, as well as 10 others near another market in the city, have been sealed as 90,000 residents undergo mandatory testing.

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US equity futures initially broke below 3,000 last night after dozens of new coronavirus cases were reported in Beijing and Guangdong Province over the weekend. During a press briefing organized by China’s National Health Commission, Vice Premier Sun Chunlan spooked traders by claiming the risks for a resurgence of the coronavirus in Beijing were “high” due to the outbreak at the Xinfadi seafood market, billed as the largest wholesale market for seafood and meat in Asia. On Saturday, China reported 57 new infections, its largest resurgence in 2 months, before confirming dozens of additional cases on Sunday (remember, cases are always reported with a 24 hour delay).

40,000 Beijing residents are reportedly on lockdown, with at least half of the districts in Beijing reporting new cases. Officials in Beijing blamed flights from India and Bangladesh for carrying more infected individuals (some of them foreigners) to Guangdong, with 14 of the patients confirmed in the province flying from Bangladesh and three from India. Beijing’s warning about a “high” risk of resurgence follows a warning from Saturday when officials warned that the part of Beijing surrounding Xinfadi (situated in the southwestern part of the capital city) had assumed a “wartime posture”, as nearly a dozen neighborhoods were placed back on lockdown.

In total, some 80 new cases were reported in Beijing alone over the weekend.

As we await the latest batch of infection data out of China, the Global Times reported Monday that the closure of Xinfadi “will impact seafood sales worldwide”, and as a result, sales of salmon had already been suspended across China after a sample of the virus was detected on a chopping board owned by a fishmonger selling imported salmon.

The linkage to the imported salmon and the national ban on salmon sales are, of course, bits of political theater to convince the Chinese people that new cases of the virus are tied to foreign sources. Here’s an excerpt from a Global Times editorial published Monday in China.

We must also admit that we still know little about COVID-19. Our knowledge is still limited about where the virus comes from, how it spreads and how COVID-19 patients should be treated.

This determines that when there are still many countries affected by the epidemic, it is impossible for China to completely eradicate the virus. The epidemic may break out from unexpected directions, and we must be able to withstand such situations and respond effectively. What happened in Beijing is very likely not the end of China’s domestic COVID-19 spread.

Moving on from China, we begin the week on the cusp of the latest grim milestone for the international outbreak: With the world still reporting roughly 100k new COVID-19 cases a day, with at least 40k of these coming from Latin America alone, the global tally passed 7.9 million mark Monday. And while roughly half of those, some 3.8 million, have already recovered, another 433,394 have succumbed to the deadly virus.

Yesterday, authorities in Tokyo confirmed they had uncovered the biggest cluster of cases in more than a month. Adding to the alarm, local TV news station FNN reported early Monday that another ~50 cases had been confirmed in Tokyo, the biggest jump since May 5, although the number is roughly equivalent to the number of cases confirmed over the weekend. Of these new cases, approximately 20 were linked to a popular nightlife district in the city.

Those who have been monitoring the rankings for countries with the highest number of COVID-19-linked fatalities might notice a change: As of Monday, Brazil has officially surpassed the UK total for COVID deaths, moving into second place behind only the US.

After its latest update on deaths and new confirmed cases last night, Brazil has counted 43.3k deaths since the outbreak began, and many on the ground have warned that this figure greatly underestimates the true number of deaths. Mexico has also been accused of undercounting fatalities in hotspots like Mexico City.

In the US, roughly half of the states are seeing new cases rise, many alongside hospitalizations. Texas has seen hospitalizations hit record highs, while Florida, NC, SC, Arizona, Nevada and many other states are seeing an increase in new cases reported daily.

Even Georgia, which was heralded for its ability to reopen aggressively without sparking a massive resurgence in new cases, has reported a discomfiting spike over the past few days, according to the NYT.

Meanwhile, as we noted last night, in New York, Gov Cuomo is threatening to shut down Manhattan and parts of the Hamptons if he keeps receiving complaints about COVID-19-related violations. In Tennessee, authorities in Nashville have cited a number of businesses for breaking social distancing rules, including one bar where patrons were packed in shoulder to shoulder.

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The accumulating death toll from Covid-19 can be seen minute-by-minute on cable news channels. But there’s another death toll few seem to care much about: the number of poverty-related deaths being set in motion by deliberately plunging millions of Americans into poverty and despair.

American health care, as we call it today, and for all its high-tech miracles, has evolved into one of the most atrocious rackets the world has ever seen. By racket, I mean an enterprise organized explicitly to make money dishonestly.

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  1. Patrick Galasso on June 16, 2020 at 8:45 pm

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