Into the unknown March 2020: The Month Our World Changed Forever. Record-breaking rain warmth and cold: Billions of dead wildlife: Swine Fever and Avian Flu Rampant: Biblical locust plague grows: World-wide lockdown

Into the unknown March 2020: The Month Our World Changed Forever. Record-breaking rain warmth and cold: Billions of dead wildlife: Swine Fever and Avian Flu Rampant: Biblical locust plague grows: World-wide lockdown

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CIRCLE OF MICHAEL SWEERTS PLAGUE IN AN ANCIENT CITY March 2020: The Month Our World Changed Forever.

  • From 86,000 cases on the 1st of March to Total Confirmed Cases 789,229 today, a growth of more than 800,000 in 1 month.
  • Death toll jumps from 2,979 to 37,843.
  • Countries / Regions affected 193 from 195

Mar 1st: Trillions lost: The factory of the world stumbles, Covid-19 could affect 42 % of China’s economy losing $ 200 billion a month as the virus grabs a hold. Countries affected worldwide is now 64. Confirmed cases, 86,980 with 7,365 critically ill. The death toll is now 2,979 at a rate of 3.42%. TBW

Tuesday, 3 March 2020.
BOOM! Indonesia’s most active volcano erupted Tuesday, spewing sand and pyroclastic material, sending massive smoke-and-ash column 6,000 meters (19,680 feet) high into the sky. Indonesia’s most active volcano erupted Tuesday, spewing sand and pyroclastic material, sending massive smoke-and-ash column as high as 6,000 meters (19,680 feet) into the sky. The eruption of Mount Merapi on the main island of Java also unleashed searing gas clouds 2 kilometres (1.2 miles) down its slopes. TBW

Untold billions of animals and marine life have died due to man, disease and pollution in February 2020: Avian Flu, African Swine Fever, algae bloom and greed all a contribution to the carnage. Below is a "small" list, showing deaths of animals killed by disease, pollution or man in the 2nd month of 2020 and let me tell you, I have hardly scratched the surface, many millions of more deaths don’t get reported. As for marine life, most of the dead sink to the bottom, or the birds, die out at sea, so you see, below is just a tiny per cent of the real carnage.

Have you seen any of these disasters on the media? (Apart from the billion deaths of animals reported in the Aussie bushfires). No, it never gets mentioned.

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