A Pandemic like Coronavirus Was Already Predicted by FEMA
FEMA accuratley predicted the effects of a pandemic across the United States of America
Rumor has it that an agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security knew things that most didn’t. FEMA predicted Coronavirus or at least the effects of such pandemic rather accurately in a report last year.
According to the sources, E&E News was the first one to shed light on the report’s existence and the contents of it are quite startling. The pandemic warnings or shall I say the predictions were part of an official 2019 National Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment document.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA predicted Coronavirus like crisis in this prophetic document. It’s contents correctly indicate scarce medical supplies like face masks and PPE, overcrowded hospitals and a battered economy. FEMA predicted the following scenario:
There’s a shortage of medical supplies (face masks and PPE), equipment, beds, and health care workers. Up to millions of individuals seek outpatient medical care and millions more require hospitalization. Civil disorder contributes to the high rate of absenteeism and the overcrowding of hospitals and medical centers.
All except civil disorder is happening at the moment. However, that can become a possibility too if the lockdown persists. FEMA predicted that the virus will be immune to the available vaccine and people will be practicing social distancing.
Conventional flu vaccines are ineffective against the current strain. The CDC estimates that a new vaccine could be months away from mass production. Social distancing is in widespread effect because of the pandemic.
FEMA’s Coronavirus predictions are quite remarkable and rather accurate. The most alarming aspect, however, is the nation’s preparedness in such circumstances. Let’s just hope and pray that this plague gets under control soon. Dankanator will keep you updated.