European Commission unveils the first cure against coronavirus: hospitals in Central and Eastern Europe

Brussels, EU Commission headquarters

EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen just announced a breakthrough in the coronavirus epidemic. Citing a new study by the Joint Research Center (JRC) of the Commission, von der Leyen pointed out that the very first world cure against coronavirus was, in fact, always in Europe.

“The JRC study confirms what we thought – Europe is more than ready to deal with global epidemics and even with global pandemics, no matter the severity. Hospitals in Central and Eastern Europe have been identified as a 100% effective manner to kill the corona virus. The conditions in this hospitals are so bad that the virus essentially commits suicide” said von der Leyen in a press conference only minutes ago.

Dr. Cough Smith, leader of the research team that carried out the study, says that the findings confirm past studies.

“It has long been known that hospitals in Central and Eastern Europe kill everything. The chances of a young healthy adult to get out alive from one of these hospitals after treatment for minor injuries is somewhere around 20%. So while the hospital conditions will naturally kill the coronavirus, they will also kill the host.” 

Researchers and public health officials from around the world flew in Bucharest, Budapest and Warsaw on Thursday to examine the conditions in municipal hospitals in an attempt to replicate these virus-killing environment.

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