Could the weather help Coronavirus

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According to past times in history over many decades of years their have been many similar types or sorts of a virus outbreak or pandemic on planet Earth in which all government and scientists look at to get some sort of example of how a future type of virus will attack or mutate etc.

According to the Wikipedia a virus such as the Spanish Flu and also known as the 1918 flu pandemic which was unusually deadly lasting from February 1918 to April 1920 infected 500 million people around the world which would add up to about a third of the world’s population.

The 1918 Flu pandemic came in four successive waves and estimated to have killed at least over 20 million people world-wide.

The first cases of the 1918 Flu pandemic where documented in the USA , Kansas in March 1918 and then after that in April 1918 in the UK, France and Germany.

The more recent 2009 swine Flu pandemic is also linked to the same Flu virus the caused the 1918 Flu with the name given as ” H1N1 influenza A virus ”

The 1918 Flu was for sure one of the most deadliest virus pandemics in the history of the world as we know it.

The Covid-19 or also known as the Coronavirus pandemic had it’s first outbreak in Wuhan, China in December 2019.

The Coronavirus pandemic was declared a public health emergency of international concern as an outbreak in January 2020 and then a pandemic in March 2020.

Since February 2021 the Coronavirus has seen over 100 million cases of people with confirmed cases and over two million deaths attributed to Covid-19.

The Covid-19 has started to mutate in the UK in December 2020.

Sky News had an article saying a mutate of the Covid-19 was in Brazil during January 2021 that was picked up in Japan.

The moral of this article is that we are trying to guess a date when the Covid-19 might stop mutating and become less dangerous and see a picture of something what life looked like before Covid-19 started.

The 1918 Flu pandemic lasted for on average of 27 months so going by the same times and dates , For example the republic of Ireland went into lock down in March 2019 which would equal to the pandemic not being as dangerous by May 2022.

These dates would only actually work if the Covid-19 reacts in the way as the 1918 Flu did in time frame terms.

A strange part of this story regarding numbers which has no true explanation would be that the 1918 Flu pandemic happened in 1918 and the world as we knew it before Covid-19 was in the year 2018 – Strange but true ?

Another strange part of the story as we guess is to notice is that the Coronavirus pandemic started close to the start in March in Ireland which was the same time frame Spring season the 1918 Flu was documented in the USA in March 1918 – The cases are currently beginning to drop in Ireland now in 2020 which is also close to March 2021 when the lock down is suggested to be eased in Ireland for example.

Point of view on this part of the story ? – Does the weather have a connection here as some rumours have suggested ?

The largest outbreak of Ebola to date which was in West Africa occurred from December 2013 to January 2016 – It was declared no longer an emergency on 29th of March 2016.

The only other part of the weather that would connect the USA with Ireland besides flight or travel movement would be the Polar Jet stream and the Jet stream only go’s in one direction which is west to east, USA towards Ireland where the cases shot up by a lot while the Jet was stronger than usual all this recent Winter 2020 – Could a Jet stream of strong wind currents of up to 275 mph carry droplets or moisture of a virus without air travel etc – that is only a wild guess by us and nothing to be taken serious but some virus are air born as you may already know.

It must also be considered that the world was a different place in 1918 so the time frame could be even shorter because a vaccine will hopefully work better and faster than waiting for a new virus that is currently still with us.

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