Mitochondrial Eve Posted October 27, 2020 Share Posted October 27, 2020 The John Hopkins Centre for Health and Security, known for its Event 201 simulation in October 2019, published the SPARS pandemic scenario in 2017. It follows the usual script. A novel coronavirus, originating in the far east (the Philippines), is brought back to the US by missionaries. Severe cases later develop pneumonia and/or hypoxia and die (starting in October 2019). RT-PCR tests confirm the emergence of this novel coronavirus, although development of a rapid diagnostic test is not yet available and, with flu season just getting underway, it is difficult to distinguish between flu and true cases of SPARS. Transmission is thought to take place through droplet spread with the recommendation of diligent hand hygiene and disinfectants combined with isolation. A public health emergency is declared with fears of a global pandemic. Mild cases were often perceived as flu and therefore not identified causing mortality rates to be inflated (by the WHO). Asymptomatic spread takes place because of the extended incubation period of the virus before symptoms develop. WHO recommends interventions originally designed for flu and other similar respiratory pathogens, such as hygiene, social distancing, and isolation of suspected cases, all of which are less effective against SPARS. No treatment or vaccine for SPARS is available at this time and anti-viral drugs come with concerns about adverse side effects. The race for a vaccine ensues and part of the "communication dilemma" in the scenario (page 13) involves how to avoid public concern over the safety and efficacy of an expedited vaccine, which could be seen as rushed and flawed, whilst questioning the safety and efficacy of other treatment including alternative treatments and natural remedies. Public interest in SPARS starts to wane in 2026 so government agencies and health bodies need to find ways to overcome this and promote the forthcoming vaccine "Corovax" via a public health messaging campaign including the use of popular celebrities and renowned experts. With revelations that other treatments employed (a drug called Kalocivir) have not been as effective as first thought, alongside covert access of patient health records, health bodies need to also restore public trust in the lead up to the release of Corovax. How also should authorities tackle the anti-vax movement and a rogue nation - Japan - which rejects the vaccine and which is widely covered in international media? Side effects (neurological symptoms) from vaccination start to develop in some recipients and lawsuits commence. The pandemic officially ends in August 2028 with suggestions that it had been over-exaggerated and widespread distrust of "Big Pharma" with conspiracy theories gaining traction across social media including suggestions that SPARS was a deliberately created bio-weapon. The entire scenario is unashamedly focused on promotion of vaccination programmes and how to manipulate public perception into accepting Corovax. Here is the final paragraph: Quote The very real possibility of a future SPARS pandemic necessitates continued commitment to vaccination programs as well as accurate, culturally appropriate, and timely communication from public health agencies across the planet. While the communication experiences of the SPARS pandemic of 2025-2028 offer some examples for how this communication can and should occur, they also identify practices that should be avoided, or at least modified, for responses to future public health emergencies. Although it is a story of which we are all no doubt familiar, it nevertheless makes for interesting reading and provides further evidence of the planning that has gone into the Scamdemic. https://silview.media/2020/10/25/the-roadmap-for-the-2025-2028-pandemic-already-published-by-event-201-organisers/ https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/pubs_archive/pubs-pdfs/2017/spars-pandemic-scenario.pdf 2 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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