White House officials do not trust China’s reporting on coronavirus infection

A worker wearing a protective suit gestures to a driver outside a tumor hospital newly designated to treat COVID-19 patients in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei Province, Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020. (Chinatopix via AP)

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UPDATED 11:47 AM PT — Sunday, February 16, 2020

White House officials appeared to have suspicions about the accuracy of China’s reporting of coronavirus cases. According to a report Saturday, the U.S. did not have high confidence in the information coming from China regarding the number of those affected by the disease.

This came as a number of officials have expressed doubt that China is being fully transparent, including White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow.

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow speaks during a tv news interview at the White House in Washington, Friday, Feb. 7, 2020. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Last week, Kudlow addressed ongoing concerns following a change in China’s measuring criteria, which added 15,000 cases in a single day.

“We thought there was better transparency coming out of China, but it doesn’t appear to be,” stated the economic advisor. “It’s the great unknown and I wish we did know more because, you know, this should not be about politics or for that matter, trade.”

Chinese officials said the number of new cases are dropping overall.

RELATED:China Reports Over 2K New Cases Of Coronavirus, 143 Deaths

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More Diamond Princess cruise ship passengers test positive for coronavirus

A reporter walks near the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship in Yokohama, near Tokyo, Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020. Japan’s Health Minister Katsunobu Kato said the government was considering testing everyone remaining on board and crew on the Diamond Princess, which would require them to remain aboard until results were available. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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In the meantime, another large group of people aboard a quarantined cruise ship in Japan tested positive for the deadly coronavirus. The country’s health minister stated Saturday that another 67 passengers on Diamond Princess have been affected, bringing the total to nearly 300 cases.

Officials also said Tokyo was coordinating with the U.S. to evacuate Americans aboard the ship and return them to the states. There are more than 400 U.S. citizens on board.

“Based on a request by the U.S. government, I understand that the Japanese government and the U.S. government are coordinating to allow Americans aboard Diamond Princess to disembark and depart our country using a U.S. chartered plane.” stated Katsunobu Kato, Japanese Health Minister.

A woman holds a piece of cloth with the ship’s departure time written on it while quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise ship at the Yokohama Port in Yokohama, near Tokyo, Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo said a chartered plane would arrive Sunday evening and suggested “out of an abundance of caution” that its citizens leave and return home for further monitoring.

If they choose not to return on the flight, they will not be able to return home “for a period of time.”

RELATED: China Reports Over 2K New Cases Of Coronavirus, 143 Deaths

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China reports over 2K new cases of coronavirus, 143 deaths

A doctor checks the conditions of a patient in Jinyintan Hospital, designated for critical COVID-19 patients, in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei province Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. (Chinatopix Via AP)

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UPDATED 1:54 PM PT — Saturday, February 15, 2020

The Chinese Health Authority reported more than 2,000 newly confirmed cases of the coronavirus. It has been announced that another 143 people have died from the deadly disease.

Saturday marked the second day the number of new cases fell since a spike in the hardest hit province of Hubei began, including clinical diagnoses in its official count.

Patients at a hospital in Wuhan will receive traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine. Some are even being treated using plasma therapy, which many have seen positive results.

A worker prepares medical supplies at the Jinyintan Hospital, designated for critical COVID-19 patients, in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei province Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. (Chinatopix Via AP)

“In our hospital there have been four patients who have received plasma from convalescent patients,” stated Zhang Dingyu, president of Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital. “At present, in a short period of time they’ve shown positive signs, their vitals are stable, they are in better condition and their blood oxygen are stabilized.”

Meanwhile, more medical workers and supplies are being deployed to the Hubei province as the epidemic continues.

RELATED: French Officials Confirm First Coronavirus Death In Europe

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French officials confirm first coronavirus death in Europe

French lab scientists in hazmat gear inserting liquid in test tube manipulate potentially infected patient samples at Pasteur Institute in Paris, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

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UPDATED 7:00 AM PT — Saturday, February 15, 2020

Officials from the French Health Ministry reported an 80-year-old Chinese tourist succumbed to the coronavirus on Saturday, marking the first virus-related death in Europe since the outbreak began. Up to this point, the only deaths outside of China have been reported in Hong Kong, Japan and the Philippines.

The man’s daughter also contracted the virus, but is expected to be released soon. The man and his daughter were both from the Hubei province in China, which officials are calling the epicenter of the outbreak.

“He was hospitalized at the Bichat Hospital under strict isolation measures on January 25th,” stated Health Minister Agnès Buzyn. “His condition deteriorated rapidly, he was in a critical state for several days and he was in intensive care.”

France has confirmed 11 cases of coronavirus so far.

French lab scientists are silhouetted working in a lab at Pasteur Institute in Paris, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Meanwhile, President Trump has applauded his administration for its efforts to contain the coronavirus. The president shared a poll during his remarks to the National Border Patrol Council on Friday, which said a majority of American voters approve of his handling of the virus.

This came after he previously received criticism for temporarily banning residents of the Hubei province.

“’61 percent of the voters approve of Trump’s handling of the coronavirus,’” stated President Trump. “I was criticized by a lot of people at the beginning because we were the first, we’d never done it before, we closed our borders to certain areas.”

As of Friday night, there are 15 people in the U.S. infected with the virus. The president said many of them are getting better and reiterated his theory the virus could weaken as the weather gets warmer.

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Foods that Last a Really Long Time

In the event that the Coronavirus actually makes it to this illegal harboring country, here is a plain English list of foods (and other items) that last a really long time. And, a few tips on what else to keep while you lock yourself inside.


Alcohol – 30 years.
Baking soda – indefinite.
Barley – 6 to 10 years.
Buckwheat – 10 – 12 years.
Canned spaghetti – Up to 4-5 years past expiration date.
Canned Meat – 2 to 6 years.
Canned baked beans – Up to 7 years.
Cocoa Powder – 10 to 20 years.
Coconut Oil – 5 years.
Corn Starch – 25 years.
Corn Syrup – 40 years.
Dehydrated carrots – Up to 25 years. Search for ‘bulk dehydrated carrots’.
Dehydrated fruit slices – Up to 5 years.
Dehydrated Fruits – 30 years.
Dried Corn – 15 years.
Dried corn – Up to 10 years. (canned corn too).
Dried beans – Can last 30 years when stored in airtight containers with a desiccant. Search the web for ‘bulk pinto beans airtight’.
Freeze Dried Meals – 15 to 50 years.
Freeze Dried Meat – 15 years.
Ghee(clarified butter) – 2 years.
Hard Cheese – Up to 9 months. Search the web for ‘what hard cheeses last longest unopened’.
Honey – indefinite.
Instant coffee – 10 to 20 years.
Instant Potatoes – 15 to 30 years.
Jello Mix – up to 30 years.
Maple Syrup – 40 years.
Meat Jerky – 2 years.
Millet – 10 to 12 years.
Most canned food – 3 to 5 years.
Pasta products – 5 to 30 years lifespan. Look for freezedried.
Peanut Butter – 2 to 5 years
Powdered Milk – 40 years.
Powdered Whole Eggs – Up to 7 years.
Quinoa – 6 to 10 years.
Ramen Noodles – 2 to 5 years.
Rolled oats – Can last 50 years. Search the web for ‘Rolled oats airsealed bulk’
Rye – 6 to 10 years.
Salt – indefinite.
Soy Sauce – 3 years.
Spelt – 10 to 30 years.
Stock/bouillon – 10 to 15 years.
Sugar – indefinite.
Twinkies – Up to 30 years.
Unsweetened Chocolate – 4 years.
Vanilla Extract – 30 years.
Vinegar – 30 years.
White Vinegar – 5 to 8 years.
White rice – Up to 30 years in sealed storage bags/containers.
Whole lentils and peas – Up to 5 years. Again, seal off well.

Stock up on:

Portable Grill and Charcoals
Guns and AMMO
generator and tons of gas – Firewood
Oxygen Absorbents – Small packets you toss into storage bags/containers to suck out remaining Oxygen (make food last longer)


Get as many months supply of medication that you can. If you medications are a life or death situation, fake ‘meds lost’ or whatever it takes to get ANY amount you need.

Have any nonprescription drugs and other health supplies on hand, including pain relievers, stomach remedies, cough and cold medicines, fluids with electrolytes, and vitamins.

First Aid Kit
Medical emergency kit


Portable crank radio
5 gallon buckets
Food storage containers
Toilet paper
LED Flashlight



Books, cards, 10tb external hard-drive full of movies and Donald Trump clips.


STORE AS MUCH WATER AS YOU CAN POSSIBLE HORDE. And buy chlorine tablets or powder to disinfect it.