''I wish that for every month, on the 13th, the people to whom I have revealed to will speak to all My children, to invite the world, and invite every person in the world today to lessen their own desires, putting their own interests above all else...
30 January 2020
The World Health Organization declared the outbreak sparked by a new virus in China that has been exported to more than a dozen countries as a global emergency Thursday after the number of cases spiked tenfold in a week.
The U.N. health agency defines an international emergency as an “extraordinary event” that constitutes a risk to other countries and requires a coordinated international response.
China first informed WHO about cases of the new virus in late December. To date, China has reported more than 7,800 cases including 170 deaths. Eighteen other countries have since reported cases, as scientists race to understand how exactly the virus is spreading and how severe it is.
A Wuhan resident accuses Xi Jinping's government of lying about Coronavirus outbreak
A resident of Wuhan told a foreign reporter, Doe, that President Xi Jinping's government is trying to cover up the true extent of the Coronavirus.
This terrible virus is already mutated to the second stage and already gone apoplectic. "They're trying to cover it up," said the resident. "There must be more than 90,000 cases."
A reporter said: "Your feeling, Doe, is this is worse than they're saying?" Doe replied: "Much worse. There's never been a case. "It's almost like a laboratory experiment which has gone wild, you know, like a military thing. Now, I'm not being melodramatic. Like you, I've been in the media all my life. "Someone has to tell the truth."
Even President Xi Jinping and his cabinet covered up and denied the severity of the spreading of the coronaviruses; however, a Wuhan nurse reveals the truth that it has mutated to the second stage which is ten fold stronger and a lot more vulnerable to people.
A magnitude 7.7 earthquake
struck Tuesday, 28 Jan 2020, about 80 miles from Jamaica, shaking people in the Caribbean and as far away as Miami, USA.
A tsunami of 0.4 feet was recorded in the Cayman Islands at George Town, waves were observed at Port Royal, Jamaica, and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. There were several aftershocks, including one the US Geological Survey said had a magnitude of 6.1.
A rare combination of volcano and lightings
including thunderstorms hit the Philippines
on 13 January 2020
Hundred of thousands of people displaced by the threat of eruptions from the Taal Volcano located on an island in a freshwater lake 40 miles south of Manila, began rumbling on 12 Jan 2020. Within hours, Taal, the second most active volcano in the Philippines, rained sulfurous ash across the island, sending nearly 100,000 people in nearby towns fleeing. Officials said more than 390,000 people were ultimately forced into evacuation centers or ended up staying with relatives after being ordered from their homes.
New South Wales and Victoria
have been worst affected
In the worst-hit state, New South Wales (NSW), fire has affected more than five million hectares, destroying more than 2,000 houses and forcing thousands to seek shelter elsewhere.
More than 1,100 firefighters are currently working to slow the spread of fires and shore up containment lines, the NSW Rural Fire Service says.
On 10 January 2020, two large fires on the border between NSW and Victoria merged into a so-called "mega blaze".
Victoria, where fires have burned 1.2 million hectares, extended a "state of disaster" for the worst-hit areas from 2 to 11 January, allowing authorities to enforce evacuations and let emergency services take over properties.