The Covid-19 Cyclone

Based on my earlier theory explaining the origin of Covid-19, I would consider it safe to put forward another theory on the Cyclone Amphan that is on the verge of making its landfall.

Cyclone Amphan is all set to make the landfall on Wednesday afternoon. According to the bulletin by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday morning, the cyclone is moving north-northeastwards with a speed of 15 kmph.

It lay centred in Westcentral Bay of Bengal, about 480 kilometre south of Paradip in Odisha.

The cyclone will cross West Bengal-Bangladesh coasts between Digha (West Bengal) and Hatiya Islands (Bangladesh) close to Sundarbans on Wednesday afternoon with maximum sustained wind speed of 155-165 kmph gusting to 185 kmph.

It has strengthened with winds topping 260 kmph (or 160 mph) which is equivalent to a super typhoon or a category 5 Atlantic hurricane.

Now, assuming that my theory of Covid-19’s origin is right, Odisha, West Bengal, Sikkin, Assam, Meghalya, Nagaland, Tamil Nadu and a few other states near the eastern coast of India should be prepared for a drastic rise in the number of Covid-19 cases.

It will also affect Bangladesh. Number of cases should rise there too.

Amphan will cause a damage beyond what we are prepared for. And if my theory holds, the aftermath of the cyclone will be even worse.

And also, moving all the people from the impact region will cause a lot of havoc. Keeping hundreds of thousands of people in shelters at a time when the world is going through a pandemic like this; it is nightmare.

Cyclone will cause destruction, create chaos, and will become a breeding ground for Covid-19!

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