Dean Koontz novel predicted coronavirus?

Dean Koontz novel predicted coronavirus? 1

Fact or Fiction: Dean Koontz novel predicted coronavirus? Would you like to receive local news notifications on your desktop? Yes please Not now Posted: 1:48 PM, Feb 21, 2020 Updated: 2020-02-21 16:48:32-05 (KGTV) – Did the 1981 Dean Koontz book ‘The Eyes of Darkness’ accurately predict the coronavirus outbreak? No, but it does have an … Read more…

No, Dean Koontz did not predict coronavirus in 1981 thriller novel

No, Dean Koontz did not predict coronavirus in 1981 thriller novel 3

TORONTO — A passage from author Dean Koontz’s 1981 fictional novel “The Eyes of Darkness” has gone viral for purportedly predicting the real-world outbreak of the novel coronavirus. Segments of the novel have been shared widely on social media over the last week, showing eerie similarities between the COVID-19 virus and the book’s fictional outbreak … Read more…

WHO: it is “impossible” to predict the direction of the coronavirus

direction of the coronavirus

“All countries have to prepare for the arrival of COVID-19 cases,” the World Health Organization warned. The World Health Organization (WHO) said today (02.15.2020) that it is “impossible” to predict the direction that China’s coronavirus will take and expressed “concern” about the “growing number of cases” in that country, according to its CEO, Tedros Adhanom … Read more…

Coronavirus: German experts hope to contain COVID-19

Coronavirus: German experts hope to contain COVID-19

German experts consider the significance of the Chinese infection numbers to be very limited. But now you know more about the virus and the ways of infection. Are the numbers from China reliable? What will the new virus transmit? How can an impending pandemic be contained? At an information event organized by the Science Media Center and the National … Read more…

Coronavirus reaches Africa

Coronavirus

The insidious pathogen Sars-CoV-2 has arrived on the African continent: Egypt reported the first infection with the novel coronavirus. The Chinese government has since stressed that it has an epidemic under control. A person from abroad was infected with the novel coronavirus, said the Egyptian Ministry of Health. It shows no symptoms of respiratory disease, … Read more…

“KP China primarily in action for itself”

"KP China primarily in action for itself"

China’s leadership has changed nothing since the SARS crisis to better respond to such emergencies. The system of KP rule does not even allow that, historian Lifan Zhang says in the DW interview. Deutsche Welle: How do you assess the party’s performance in the current crisis?  Lifan Zhang: Although the party leadership has promised a lot … Read more…

Corona virus is affecting auto industry worldwide

Corona virus is affecting auto industry worldwide

Car manufacturers are increasingly feeling the consequences of the virus outbreak in China. Some corporations fear failures in Europe or extend the company vacation. Now the search for suppliers outside of China begins. Fiat Chrysler is the first European automaker to anticipate that a stagnant supply of parts from the country in two to four weeks could affect production … Read more…

Li Wenliang – Posthumously a national hero

Li Wenliang - Posthumously a national hero

After the death of the Chinese doctor, who was the first to draw attention to the danger of the new virus, the party now praised its “professionalism”. At first, she had branded him a liar. “Yes.” “I understand it.” These are probably Li Wenliang’s last written statements. Li was summoned on January 3, 2020, by the Zhongnanlu Police Station … Read more…

Wuhan whistleblower doctor dies

Li Wenliang

He warned of the coronavirus early on and therefore got into trouble with the police. Now Chinese doctor Li Wenliang himself died of lung disease. The Chinese government is launching an investigation. The 34-year-old Li Wenliang (article picture) infected himself in the fight against the virus, the “extensive efforts” to save his life were in vain, said … Read more…

Coronavirus: This is how a Russian woman experienced the evacuation from Wuhan

how a Russian woman experienced the evacuation

More and more countries are flying their citizens out of the Chinese Wuhan, which is plagued by the coronavirus. A young Russian woman told DW how she experienced the evacuation. She has to stay in quarantine for two weeks, she says. Marina Sajzewa is one of 144 people, mostly Russian citizens, who flew Russia out of the … Read more…