Experts™: Oregon governor orders a “two-week freeze” to stop the spread of Wuhan virus

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by DCG

Last Thursday, Oregon Governor Kate Brown tweeted that Oregon will be going under a “two-week freeze” to stop the spread of Wuhan virus beginning November 18.

Oregon has a population of 4.2 million. Apparently their Wuhan virus numbers are so drastic that this two-week freeze is required to save lives. Let’s take a look at their Wuhan virus numbers, shall we?

The numbers, updated Nov. 13:

Oregon’s population is 4.2 million. Their total cumulative postive Wuhan virus cases: 52,193. Total deaths from Wuhan virus: 753.

You do the math.

Remember, peons: Now is the time “to do what you’re told.”





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