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Hi,
sat waiting to go to work, and have not seen one post here about Corona. What are your thoughts? Here we are almost completely closed down, my wife cannot work, as her workplace is not designated as needed. Deaths in Germany have been remarkably low compared to Countries such as Italy and Spain, however, who knows how it will play out. I read yesterday that scientists in Iceland have detected 40 different strains of  the virus, so, could this be the reason for the discrepancies in the death rate between different Countries?

Stay safe, and stay healthy folks. 

Rob.
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#2
I just got home from work an hour or so ago...if anyone is likely to catch it i am sure movers are high on the list.

I have been emotionally innoculated from panic or worry after working through mass panic of everything from aids now hiv in the 80's to mad cow bird flu west nile sars mers zika ebola and the h1n2 etc.etc.

The sun will wipe it out up here in the northern hemisphere around mid-may in my opinion.

Sunlight is the ultimate natural disinfectant.

At present
My city is like a ghost town and I pretty much have the road all to myself.
I feel less crowded and free actually.

When this is all over and done with...the western world must contain and constrain the country who let this loose on the world and is still trying to cover it up.
We can NEVER allow our countries to rely on help from the east again.
There will be an uproar and outcry to sanction and affect regime change.
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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(03-25-2020, 08:53 PM)EA Wrote: I just got home from work an hour or so ago...if anyone is likely to catch it i am sure movers are high on the list.

I have been emotionally innoculated from panic or worry after working through mass panic of everything from aids now hiv in the 80's to mad cow bird flu west nile sars mers zika ebola and the h1n2 etc.etc.

The sun will wipe it out up here in the northern hemisphere around mid-may in my opinion.

Sunlight is the ultimate natural disinfectant.

At present
My city is like a ghost town and I pretty much have the road all to myself.
I feel less crowded and free actually.

When this is all over and done with...the western world must contain and constrain the country who let this loose on the world and is still trying to cover it up.
We can NEVER allow our countries to rely on help from the east again.
There will be an uproar and outcry to sanction and affect regime change.

Bring all manufacturing home. If it's an American brand name product it should be made here...no exceptions. None
So, the words Autumn and Fall are not to be capitalized?
They are in my world!

What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; and there is nothing new under the sun.
Is there a thing of which it is said, "See, this is new?"It has been already, in the ages before us. Ecc 1: 9-10
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I talk about the virus here at HM in other threads ... Xi Ping ... is the Chinese Pennywise -- Pingywise.
No need to repeat the images.


Quote:We can NEVER allow our countries to rely on help from the east again.
There will be an uproar and outcry to sanction and affect regime change.


Xi Ping needs to be arrested and tried for crimes against humanity.
The Chinese people themselves,
need to rise up and take their country back from the insane ruling party Communists.

The Chinese power infrastructure is salivating like Mao Tse Tungs  foo-dogs,
to see if America falls to it's knees like Italy and Spain.
They are counting on it.
It may happen.
When America is down at it's worst with this pandemic,
that is when the Chinese will get belligerent and possibly make military actions,
against Taiwan.
They will propaganda war the blame against us with their endless lies in global media.
Xi Ping owns the WHO,
and the top officials of WHO are complicit in Chinese lies and deception. 

At the same time Iran may coincide with their own aggression in timely concert with China.
War with Iran by the end of the year is likely.
If we go to war with China,
it had better be a rapid nuclear strike on everything military they have.

Might be a good idea to make some friendly gestures to the Russians, 
and keep them neutral in our possible conflict with China.

Locally,
we are on "stay home" regulations starting yesterday.
They define right to "exercise" as something you can do and the local parks and beaches are open for that,
but you can bet, that won't last long.
So I drove to the lowland mountain foothills almost every day for the last 10 days, 
with 2 days off,
to do what I do while I can do it ... jade and mineral searches, my study and hobby.
Today I hiked 1.25 miles up a difficult but not treacherous terrain along a creek.
Found some good small rocks,
then hiked up to a logging road and walked out to the main road.
Tomorrow will be the last day before the weather finally turns to rain again.

I figure that they will restrict travel soon.
Technically I am within the regulations today.
I had no contact with any people -- social distancing -- and I legally exercised,
by driving from my house to the creek and then back.
If I can still go to the parks,
I can go to a remote location and exercise.
I am trying to gear up stamina to go back one more day, tomorrow for a large objective found today.

So full lock down is not far away here.

They had a cluster outbreak here a few days ago at a nursing facility.
30 plus people infected including staff.
That means the virus is loose everywhere for at least two weeks to a month here in Bellingham.
I got most of my food and shopping done well in time,'
before the mayhem broke out and there were thousands of people in lines at supermarkets all at once.

This last weekend was the first warm weekend of spring ending winter.
Everybody had cabin fever need for sunshine and warmth in a pretty environment.
The beaches and trails were packed and cars were lined up along the road.
Next day,
the governor laid out the stay home order.
but
I can still "exercise" ...

Wish I could get my hands on some hydroxychloroquin. Hmm2 and zithromax
the drug combo studied in france with so much success.

the governor of Nevada made treatment with the hydroxychloroquin ... illegal ... he is insane


All "non essential work" is stopped,
and all those people are at home watching reruns of everything they have already watched.
"social distancing"
is not strictly enforced yet, but probably will be soon.

for someone my age,
I have to look to survival with permanent ... "social distancing",
which if you are single ...  means the Astroglide jar might not get used for a long spell
         Wub    social  distancing between singles         Wub

I plan on making more canned goods orders,
when
they restock online .....
It isn't about the food availability, that will restock itself for a couple of months,
it is when the truckers and delivery and supermartket people might all get sick,
and seriously contaminate goods.

try cleaning all your food cans and bottles and handling boxes 

the fucking gas pump handle ... I get the heebie jeebies just sticking the debit card in gas pump slot,
then i have to wash my debit card

Death to Xi Ping.
The Chinese government caused all this with their lies and cover ups.
All their data is lies.
WHO data is Chinese data.
Death rate 3.4 % -- WHO ?

I see 7 and 8 % in Italy, Iran, Spain by the numbers.

today's Newsweek states for Italy
6820 deaths
69,200 confirmed cases
so the death rate of confirmed cases is now ... 9.8 % 

Africa just breaking out with the virus.
What happens when bioengineered coronavirus that got out from the Wuhan lab,
gets into,
Ebola territory?
That epidemic is still on.
Think about it.
Highly contagious aerisolized respiratory coronavirus in an ebola patient not quite showing ebola symptoms yet.
Human incubators of viral recombinant strains.
If that happens over there,
the potential for aerisolized transfer of ebola ... 


The world needs a wild card to play out for a save the day scenario.
We hope that the drug combo of hydroxychloroquin and zithromax works as well as it sounds.
Full international lock down?
India ... locked down ... what ... 1 billion people?

2 or 3 weeks?
I don't think so, and it will likely not be by Easter holiday either.

 
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USPS will likely fail in the coming weeks.
already seeing odd delivery problems.

US naval aircraft carriers at Japanese ports are being overrun by coronavirus.
They will be no different that any cruise ship.

Police forces starting to become infected,
while prisoners let loose from county jails.
Federal jails still operating.

Washington state infection curve has been stable compared to escalating problems in NYC
and New Orleans.

My health insurance company without clear warning stopped accepting autopay from the the bank.
I found myself 3000$ in payments not accepted.
I think I rectified that,
but there is no real way to truly verify it.
Their website simply fails completely, will not accept passwords, or user IDs,
and they likely eliminated all that. 
They claim I never set up an account,
which is a bullshit lie,
because their people set it up for me with autopay in the first place.
So shit is failing online at an increasing rate.

My sister and I are half Italian, 
so we have relatives over there.
So far so good with uncles in their 80s.

She sent me a video of Italian mayors about to rip people new assholes.

It is at a twitter link one of these 2 links ... i don;t know which works sometimes

the youtube link has a 2 minute ad
 ---> with the Epoch Times of hong Kong 
burned down by Chinese communist thugs, 
well worth watching, then the video comes on

the ad changes .... so you might not get the epoch times 
showing the video footage of their presses being burned by thugs

you have to click End Ad to get the Italian mayors video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRDNrk1iwFs

or at twitter

https://twitter.com/jeffmadams/status/12...0825545731




trying to fix this ...the links ... try both links








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Quote:8 hours ago (This post was last modified: 8 hours ago by Vianova.)

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USPS will likely fail in the coming weeks.
already seeing odd delivery problems.


already seeing odd delivery problems. Arrow


sick people is as sick people was.


there are sick people.
https://www.breitbart.com/health/2020/03...for-virus/
there are sick people.
https://youtu.be/lYIVtiMGLZ4
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Jeff Bezos: Amazon Will Work with WHO to Fight Coronavirus Epidemic Doh
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Quote:there are sick people.

"Licking the toilet seat to challenge the coronavirus"

https://www.breitbart.com/health/2020/03...for-virus/




Holy smokes, that fuckwit should be denied medical treatment.

He calls himself .... LARZ ... on wtf ... ? ... Tiktok?  ... A site for sick young sociopaths to be worthless trash?

It is difficult to believe what I saw in the news link.

Licking a random toilet seat to challenge Coronavirus?
This guy really needs a bullet in his head.
That would be the best vaccine for him.


Maybe the Chinese ruling party communists released the virus on purpose after all.
To them,
all the young Hong Kong and protesters and young mainland ... malcontents,
are just like that guy ... LARZ 

Here he is on his Instagram account ... LARZ
that sick face ... 
if I were in charge ... 
I would order his dick cut off and his tongue cut out,
for all the rest of the socio-patho-teens to see on Toktok and youtube,
then the flamethrower.

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Die ... just volunteer to fucking die.

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#8
Thanx lol!
that deserves a toke. Reefer
too funny.
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
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#9
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man oh man ...
that sicko sucko socio path o fuck ...  LARZ ... corona virus challenge ...
Jussie Smollett wasn't even that bad.
And amusingly,
I can see it now, Jussie Smollett and LARZ sharing a federal jail cell. 

Then there are the Democratic party Facebook clowns that all sit there on their computers,
all day long blaming Trump for this disaster,
and they blame him for anything that exists basically. 
They completely disregard that China was the source of the lies and deceit,
that got us here in the first place.

The Trump hate syndrome that is out there is almost unbelieveable,
in the depths these people will descend to on Facebook,
as the excoriate his every word and move.
On Facebook,
these people are the:
Hate Trump -- Love Boat Whip 

They all are there on FB to have their daily Hate Trump Love Boat Party, 
and they all love to hate Trump as one big collective of clowns, essentially.
And of course they blame everything coronavirus,
on Trump, and go bananas goofy in fake news programming by the liberal media.
They are easily debunked in whatever trash they come up with.
Today they were outraged that Trump wanted to restart parts of the economy, 
during the coronavirus surges in numbers.
Of course,
these liberal fucktards simply declare that Trump,
wants to put everybody back to work at once in about two weeks.
That is not going to happen.
Even NY governor Cuomo had the exact same thing in mind,
quote:
"deal with the pandemic, and restart the economy at the same time"

These people that live their lives,
on the Facebook:
Hate Trump Love Boat
are severely brain washed by the liberal media,
and liberal socialist inspired anti Trump nonsense.

And they are salivating like Mao Tse Tung's Foo Dogs,
to see Trump fail at any cost,
doing everything they can to blame the coronavirus apocalypse unfolding with infections,
in NYC and New Orleans etc, 
on Trump.
I think this COVID 19 mutating virus ... 
now they say eight strains of it , mutations ,
and likely more than that, ... or more to join the coronavirus team in the future ...
I think this coronavirus is here to stay.
It is bioengineered with:
"gain of function" 
to specific spike proteins in the coronavirus -- 
French research called it:  " gain of function at the cleavage site of the protein" 
which is viral recombinant technology.

I think it is quite appropriate to conclude that this is likely correct, 
and due to the recombinant technology applied to the virus,
it is likely engineered to be a strain that hangs on to the environment,
and circulates mysteriously in cluster outbreaks in the next year or more, maybe much more.



Every day is like Valentine's Day,
on the Hate Trump Love Boat, 
they all love each other so much when the hating is a hot topic.

The Facebook Hate Trump Love Boat

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(03-26-2020, 12:36 AM)Fsbirdhouse Wrote: Bring all manufacturing home. If it's an American brand name product it should be made here...no exceptions. None

fsb we will defeat the globalists because as a Canuck up here I totally agree.
I have zero problem with national pride and I have zero tolerance for the new world wannabee's.

Naughty  not on our watch, Eh? The Watcher.
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#11
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hrm found these videos.
They are all well worth watching.
I am only half way through the first one,
by a German guy that interviews a variety of European doctors on the Pandemic, 
walks into an ... empty ... Berlin hospital ... very interesting perspectives from the European doctors

"mirror"Die Männergrippe • SOLIDARITÄT mit Billy SIX

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJ6VDNfz...rWHasp2aO8






the other two are by "Polly" and she does a pretty good job actually.
her exposure of the top WHO criminal clown, 
is well done and shows his origin as an Ethiopian terrorist that rose to Health Minister there.
This is who runs the WHO:


 Fauci Ignores WHO Boss Crimes Against Humanity




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uWriZEC...8CSojNkxME




Polly exposes Debra Birx who is on on the president's task force:

Who exactly is handling the Corona Virus Task Force in the US?
I look in to the back ground of Debra Birx which leads us to PEPFAR Whip 
which leads us to Bono and Bill Gates 
and the swampy depths of the Frankenstein Medical Industrial Complex. It's GLOBAL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSfP8sXt...j6IcVOWCpo




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Every Country in the world should turn their backs on the Chinese, they have, either deliberately (I think so) or by accident, released a virus on the world that is killing thousands. As far as I am concerned, fuck them and their cheap shit, they can ram it where the sun doesn't shine. From now on, I will only buy products that are NOT made in China, if that means I pay more, so be it.

Just started watching the German You Tube video, and here where I live, Bad Fallingbostel, Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) there are reportedly no cases, however in Bomlitz, about 4 miles away, 1, although some are claiming that the person actually lives in Soltau, which is about 10 miles away. So, not too sure, most firms are shut, my wife is home, for the first 6 weeks on full pay, and then she will go onto Kurzarbeitergeld, which is claimed from the Government when firms have to reduce their workforce. I am lucky, I now work for the Bundeswehr (Germany Army) through a private security operator, and we are on paid standby on the days we were meant to work, but cannot, so for me, not too bad, apart from the boredom is killing me.
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do any of you want to know why the virus is so bad in New York City

WATCH THIS !!!



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This just happened 30 miles south of me.

There is a very important clue {locally} in this article. 

From the night of the choir practice,
to when people started actually getting noticeably sick,
was 4 to 5 days. <---

That is better than 14 days with no symptoms spreading virus,
however,
perhaps it depends upon how much viral load you receive,
when you get infected.
At a choir practice people are inhaling and exhaling hard in a close environment.

very detailed article.
Excellent coverage of the events.

https://news.yahoo.com/choir-decided-ahe...14705.html

A choir decided to go ahead with rehearsal. 
Now dozens of members have COVID-19 and two are dead

With the coronavirus quickly spreading in Washington state in early March,
leaders of the Skagit Valley Chorale 
debated whether to go ahead with weekly rehearsal.

The virus was already killing people in the Seattle area, 
about an hour's drive to the south.  Gangup

But Skagit County hadn't reported any cases, 
schools and businesses remained open, 
and prohibitions on large gatherings had yet to be announced.

On March 6, Adam Burdick, 
the choir's conductor, 
informed the 121 members in an email,
that amid the "stress and strain of concerns about the virus," 
practice would proceed  Pennywise as scheduled at Mount Vernon Presbyterian Church.

"I'm planning on being there this Tuesday March 10, and hoping many of you will be, too," he wrote.

Sixty singers showed up. 
A greeter offered hand sanitizer at the door, 
and members refrained from the usual hugs and handshakes.

"It seemed like a normal rehearsal, except that choirs are huggy places," Burdick recalled. 
"We were making music,
and trying to keep a certain distance between each other."

After 2½ hours, the singers parted ways at 9 p.m.

Nearly three weeks later, 
45 have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or ill with the symptoms, 
at least three have been hospitalized, 
and two are dead.

The outbreak has stunned county health officials, 
who have concluded that the virus was almost certainly transmitted, 
through the air from one or more people without symptoms.

"That's all we can think of right now," said Polly Dubbel,
a county communicable disease and environmental health manager.

In interviews with the Los Angeles Times, 
eight people who were at the rehearsal said that nobody there was coughing or sneezing or appeared ill.

Everybody came with their own sheet music and avoided direct physical contact. 
Some members helped set up or remove folding chairs. 
A few helped themselves to mandarins that had been put out on a table in back.

Experts said the choir outbreak is consistent with a growing body of evidence that the virus can be transmitted through aerosols — particles smaller than 5 micrometers that can float in the air for minutes or longer.


The World Health Organization has downplayed the possibility of transmission in aerosols,
stressing that the virus is spread through much larger "respiratory droplets,"
which are emitted when an infected person coughs or sneezes and quickly fall to a surface.

But a study published March 17 in the New England Journal of Medicine
found that when the virus was suspended in a mist
under laboratory conditions
it remained "viable and infectious" for three hours —
though researchers have said that time period would probably be no more than a half-hour in real-world conditions.

One of the authors of that study,
Jamie Lloyd-Smith, a UCLA infectious disease researcher,
said it's possible that the forceful breathing action of singing
dispersed viral particles in the church room that were widely inhaled.

"One could imagine that really trying to project your voice,
would also project more droplets and aerosols," he said.

With three-quarters of the choir members testing positive for the virus
or showing symptoms of infection,
the outbreak would be considered a "super-spreading event," he said.


Linsey Marr,
an environmental engineer at Virginia Tech and an expert on airborne transmission of viruses,
said some people happen to be especially good at exhaling fine material,
producing 1,000 times more than others.


Marr said that the choir outbreak should be seen as a powerful warning to the public.
“This may help people realize that, hey, we really need to be careful,” she said.


The Skagit Valley Chorale draws its members from across northwest Washington <--- Scream
and often sells out its winter and spring concerts,
at the 650-seat McIntyre Hall in Mount Vernon.

Amateur singers interested in choral music tend to be older,
but the group includes some young adults.
Last year, Burdick worked some hip-hop into one number.

The next big performance on the group's schedule was in late April, 
peak tourist season,
when the annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival attracts more than a million people,
to view brilliant hues in meadows surrounding Mount Vernon.

The festival would soon be canceled,
but nothing had been announced yet and the choir was continuing to prepare.

Carolynn Comstock and her husband, Jim Owen,
carpooled to the March 10 practice from the nearby city of Anacortes,
with their friends Ruth and Mark Backlund.

Carolynn and Jim,
who ran a home remodeling business together,
had been singing with the choir for 15 years, 
and thought of it as a centering force in their lives.
They had introduced the Backlunds to the choir.

The two couples entered the rented church hall —
roughly the size of a volleyball court —
and offered their hands for the disinfectant.

Cushioned metal chairs extended in six rows of 20,
with about a foot between chairs and one aisle down the center.
There were twice as many seats as people.

Comstock, a soprano, and Owen, a tenor,
took their usual seats beside each other in the third row.
The rows toward the front and center filled up around them.

Burdick, 49, stood facing his choir,
with an accompanist to his right seated at a grand piano.

Given the anxiety over the coronavirus,
the conductor decided to lead off with a piece called "Sing On."

The singers inhaled deeply, and sang the chorus with gusto:
"Sing on! Whatever comes your way, sing on! Sing on!"

The choir moved on to other numbers,
including a popular spiritual piece written by gospel legend Thomas A. Dorsey:
“If we ever needed the Lord before  Hi  
we sure do need Him now.”

At one point the members broke into two groups,
each standing around separate pianos to sing.

When it was time to leave, Burdick's wife, Lorraine,
a contralto who also sang professionally, refrained from her custom of embracing friends.

Instead, she curtsied her goodbyes.

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Three days later,
Comstock felt chills.
A sweater didn’t help. She took her temperature: 99.3.

She and Owen canceled their plans for dinner that night at the Backlunds' house.

At 9 p.m., she got a text from Ruth Backlund. 
Ruth, 72, and Mark, 73, had fevers.
Burdick woke up the next day, March 14, with a fever.
As his temperature rose to 103,
he began hearing from other choir singers.

They felt fatigued and achy.
Some had fevers,
coughs and shortness of breath they had heard were telltale symptoms of COVID-19.
Some had nausea and diarrhea.


On March 15, Comstock, 62,
noticed something odd when she made pasta.
She couldn't taste the sauce,
a spicy Italian sausage.
She would soon learn that loss of taste and smell was a common symptom too.

When Owen, 66, first felt sick that day,
he found that his temperature was below normal, a symptom that continued.
The same day, the Backlunds tested negative for influenza.

Their clinic sent out their samples for coronavirus tests,
which would come back four days later showing they both had COVID-19.

On March 17, a choir member alerted Skagit County Public Health about the outbreak.

Working from the choir's membership roster,
a dozen health officers scrambled for three days to contain the outbreak.
They called every member, determining who had attended the rehearsal.

They asked each person with symptoms to list their close contacts during the 24 hours before illness set in.
Then they called those people,
telling anyone who felt sick to quarantine themselves.

"We think it was just a really super-unfortunate, high-risk occurrence,"
said Dubbel, the county health official.

Mark Backlund felt himself slipping, 
but not as badly as a friend a decade younger, a runner
who was rushed to the hospital with pneumonia. 
Both men would ultimately recover.

On March 18, Burdick received a message from Nancy "Nicki" Hamilton, an 83-year-old soprano,
known for her political activism and tales of international travel.
She was worried about a fellow member.

Three days later, he received another call.
Hamilton had been rushed to the hospital soon after he had talked with her and now she was dead.

Word quickly spread among the choir members,
many of them sick and left to grieve alone in their homes.

Health officials said all 28 choir members who were tested for COVID-19 were found to be infected.
The other 17 with symptoms never got tested,
either because tests were not available or — like Comstock and Owen —
the singers were under the impression that only people in dire condition were eligible.

The youngest of those sickened was 31,
but they averaged 67,
according to the health department.

In their split-level home, Burdick and his wife kept distance between themselves for a week.
But Lorraine got sick anyway.

The Burdicks had been heartened to hear that another woman in the hospital — an alto in her 80s —
seemed to be getting better.

But this past Friday, the conductor got another call.
She had died.
And another woman, a tenor, had been rushed to the hospital.

Others felt the disease waning. Fifteen days after the rehearsal,
Comstock squirted shampoo into her hand and experienced an odd and pleasing sensation.

It smelled. Like coconut.



There is still much to learn about the choir outbreak,
starting with the original source of the virus.

Dubbel, the county official, said she hoped that a study would be conducted someday
to determine how the infection spread.
But for now, her team is swamped trying to contain additional outbreaks. <---- Scream

Marr said that researchers will have lots of questions for choir members.

Did the singers sit in customary seats,
allowing them to recall their locations that evening
and help reconstruct the layout of the room and its occupants?

Might the 15 people who did not get sick have sat together?

By Sunday, 99 people had tested positive in Skagit County.


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30 miles south of here.
second big cluster outbreak in this area in the last ten days.

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(03-29-2020, 01:21 AM)EA Wrote:
(03-26-2020, 12:36 AM)Fsbirdhouse Wrote: Bring all manufacturing home. If it's an American brand name product it should be made here...no exceptions. None

fsb we will defeat the globalists because as a Canuck up here I totally agree.
I have zero problem with national pride and I have zero tolerance for the new world wannabee's.

Naughty  not on our watch, Eh? The Watcher.
A common people, separated only by a common border....Eh?
So, the words Autumn and Fall are not to be capitalized?
They are in my world!

What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; and there is nothing new under the sun.
Is there a thing of which it is said, "See, this is new?"It has been already, in the ages before us. Ecc 1: 9-10
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Morning, its Saturday, 0728 local time.

Here in the part of Germany I live in, which is rural, there have been only a few cases, somewhere around 40, people are starting to relax, which I think is dangerous, sure, they are wearing gloves, and some have masks whilst shopping, and a lot of firms have been closed down, but, from today, flower shops, and garden centers, which here are combined with diy centers (Baumarkt) are allowed to open again. There are restrictions in how close people can get, but, with little known about exactly how people are infecting each other, I think it is the wrong way to go. All other restrictions are in place until the 18th of April, when there will be another review. However, I think that is when everything will go back to "normal" as there was a politician on TV saying that Firms and Businesses must get back to normal as otherwise things will be bad for the economy. I call this pandemic the great equaliser, as, it matters not as to whether you are wealthy or not, Corona does not care, it infects all with equal impunity. However, those at the top, the 5% they are getting hit in the pocket, as shares are tumbling, their wealth is crumbling, and that cannot be allowed to happen, so, to hell with the proles, and back to work with them, the Ruble must roll.
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#18
Tesla Details Its Ventilator and It's Mostly Made up of Electric Vehicle Parts

The team shared their short and insightful video on YouTube and Twitter.

By  Fabienne Lang

April 06, 2020

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Tesla has shared a video of its first ventilator, how it works and what it's made up of, which mostly includes electric vehicle parts. 
As many hospitals are running out of ventilators in a bid to assist COVID-19 patients to survive, companies and facilities around the world are looking to help. Some, like Tesla, are putting their engineers and mechanical parts to good use, by creating novel ventilators. 
SEE ALSO: DYSON DESIGNS AND DEVELOPS VENTILATOR IN JUST 10 DAYS FOR CORONAVIRUS PATIENTS
Tesla's ventilator explained
Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO, was initially skeptical about the coronavirus. However, in recent weeks he's stepped up his game and has assisted as best he can. Last month, Musk supplied California with 1,000 ventilators that he brought over from China. 
Then, the all-electric carmaker's CEO reshuffled sections of his factories in the U.S. to create ventilators, notably its Gigafactory in New York
Now, Musk's team of engineers including VP of Vehicle Engineering, Lars Moravy, has created the first prototype of a ventilator system that mostly uses Tesla car parts. The team first shared their insightful and promising video on Twitter, which is now also available on YouTube. 
Quote:Engineering update on the Tesla ventilator
— Tesla (@Tesla) April 5, 2020
The team has highlighted the importance and their significant focus on using as much as possible their own car parts. This way they try not to add any more strain to ventilator-making companies, or healthcare systems by taking away their already-depleting amount of ventilator parts. 
The Tesla ventilator machine will assist COVID-19 patients to breathe with more ease by pumping clean air and oxygen into their lungs. The system uses a hospital-grade supply system that filters into a mixing chamber, which then turns the air breathable.
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Meeting Chamber, that is also used on Tesla vehicles, where the oxygen and the air mix together, Source: Tesla/YouTube
The back-end of the system uses screens that will allow medical workers to easily monitor the breathing of the patient. Tesla has used Model 3 dash screens powered by the vehicle's infotainment computer to show pressure, airflow, and volume. 
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Model 3's infotainment computer and vehicle controllers were used to power the monitoring screen, Source: Tesla/YouTube

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 Model 3 dash screens were used to monitor patients' breathing,

Source: Tesla/YouTube
As one of Tesla's engineers in the video stated "There’s still a lot of work to do, but we are giving our best effort to make sure we can help some people out there," so we still have to wait and see when these ventilators will go into production. That said, it's a positive step forward in the fight against COVID-19.



Source : https://interestingengineering.com/tesla...icle-parts


Go TESLA & ELON Angel 

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Martial Law   Holycowsmile 


https://www.newsweek.com/exclusive-insid...nt-1492878


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https://tfipost.com/2020/04/pack-up-and-...wPpTsfN_Zw

‘Pack up and get out of there,’ 
Japan to spend $2.2 billion to get Japanese companies to exit China


Quote:The first of the many avalanches has begun for China.
The Shinzo Abe government of Japan has approved
a  stimulus package worth whopping US $993 billion,
equal to 20 percent of Japan’s economic output,
to cushion the impact of the epidemic,
on the world’s third-largest economy.

Out of the total amount,
it has earmarked US $2.2 billion,
to help its manufacturers shift production out of China. <---


China is Japan’s biggest trading partner under normal circumstances, but imports from China slumped by almost half in February as the disease closed factories, in turn starving Japanese manufacturers of necessary components. To be precise, China exports $148 billion worth of goods to Japan and despite having such big numbers stacked against it, the Japanese are not taking the foot off the pedal and attacking China much like the rest of the world.

The Japanese Deputy PM Taro Aso has even gone on to say that the World Health Organisation might have to change its name to “Chinese Health Organisation”, during a speech in Japanese Parliament wherein he lent support to a petition terming Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus unfit for the role of the WHO chief.

Both the countries have had close civilizational ties for 1,400 years. There are 1,441 Japanese companies registered in India, up from 1,369 in 2017. These companies have 5,102 business establishments spread across states like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, and Gujarat. The southern Indian state of Karnataka alone has around 530 Japanese companies working in it, up from around 200 five years ago.

Also, Japan has been a strong admirer and supporter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India, Skill India, and Clean India Mission initiatives. Therefore it makes sense for Japan to drop the anchor here in India.

Japan has given a rap on the knuckle to China,
and its high time,
the other countries follow the suit,
and make China pay for what it has done.



https://tfipost.com/2020/03/ignored-warn...ronavirus/

Ignored warnings, shielded China: 
How WHO colluded with Chinese Communist Party to mislead the world about Coronavirus
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#21
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This doctor raging about the media lies is great.
Give it a chance to get going,
but he just implores other doctors to speak their truth on the media lies and over hype.
It is well worth the 10 minutes of watching

he has a Facebook group with 115000 people, 10000 in the last week joined

https://www.facebook.com/groups/commonsensehealth/


and here he is, unloading on the entire coronavirus media madness




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#22
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Dr. Deep State -- "little Xi Jin Ping" Fauci,
shows America how to be a human bio-weapon <---

And this International Criminal Clown Cartel piece of garbage,
is advising Americans.
what a sad joke of a sick human being promoting mandatory vaccines for global populations.


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Remove this piece of garbage from national TV.
Put him in jail,
in Epsteins cell, 
with a fresh rope in case he decides to do the right thing for once.

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respiratory specialist

at 3 minutes -- for the next few minutes are some key points



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 an Israeli expert and his take on the virus -- very interesting observations


https://townhall.com/columnists/mariname...8EIu7IdK4U


Professor Yitzhak Ben Israel of Tel Aviv University,
who also serves on the research and development advisory board for Teva Pharmaceutical Industries,
plotted the rates of new coronavirus infections
of the U.S., U.K., Sweden, Italy, Israel, Switzerland, France, Germany, and Spain.

The numbers told a shocking story:
irrespective of whether the country quarantined like Israel,
or went about business as usual like Sweden,
coronavirus peaked and subsided in the exact same way.
In the exact, same, way.
His graphs show that all countries experienced seemingly identical coronavirus infection patterns,
with the number of infected peaking in the sixth week,
and rapidly subsiding by the eighth week.

The Wuhan Virus follows its own pattern, he told Mako, an Israeli news agency.
It is a fixed pattern that is not dependent on freedom or quarantine.

“There is a decline in the number of infections even [in countries] without closures,
and it is similar to the countries with closures,” he wrote in his paper.


“Is the coronavirus expansion exponential?
The answer by the numbers is simple: no.
Expansion begins exponentially but fades quickly after about eight weeks,”
Professor Yitzhak Ben Israel concluded.
The reason why coronavirus follows a fixed pattern is yet unknown.
"I have no explanation,” he told Mako,
“There are is kinds of speculation:
maybe it's climate-related, maybe the virus has its own life cycle.”

But what about Italy and their staggering 12% mortality rate?
“The health system in Italy has its own problems.
It has nothing to do with coronavirus.
In 2017 it also collapsed because of the flu,”
Professor Yitzhak Ben Israel told the news agency.

Indeed, Italy’s exceptionally high coronavirus mortality rate
is eerily reminiscent of their unusually high flu mortality rates.
Supportive of this theory,
Germany, has low flu infection and mortality rates and similarly low coronavirus rates.


Professor Yitzhak Ben Israel concludes in his analysis summary paper that the data from the past 50 days indicates that the closure policies of the quarantine countries can be replaced by more moderate social distancing policies. The numbers simply do not support quarantine or economic closure.

On the reasonableness of Israel’s unprecedented quarantine and closure, he commented to the news agency, “I think it's mass hysteria. I have no other way to describe it. 4,500 people die each year from the flu in Israel because of complications, so close the country because of that? No. I don't see a reason to do it because of a lower-risk epidemic.”

While the American policies remain less restrictive than those of Israel, 
it is important to understand the origins of our own “mass hysteria” response. 
President Trump urged a strong coronavirus response 
after consulting with Dr. Fauci and his team, 
who relied on a British model,
predicting 2.2 million deaths in the United States and 500,000 deaths in the U.K. 

But that model was developed by Professor Neil Ferguson, 
who had a history of wildly overestimating death rates through his prediction models. 
Professor Ferguson was not known for his reliability, 
and his 2001 disease model was criticized as “not fit for purpose” 
after it predicted that up to 150,000 people could die in the U.K. 
from mad cow disease (177 deaths to date). 
Ferguson’s U.K. coronavirus deaths prediction is now down to 20,000 people, 
4% of the original prediction.


Professor Yitzhak Ben Israel has mathematically shown us that coronavirus closures were a mistake.
It's a tough reality.
Americans lost their jobs and businesses went under because the United States,
along with most first world nations,
acted on the chilling predictions of a severely flawed model,
a reading of Professor Ferguson’s tarot cards.

Hindsight is 20/20,
so we have to be realistic with our criticism.
President Trump did not want 2.2 million Americans to die,
and did what he thought was necessary to save our lives,
relying on a model his advisors told him was trustworthy.
It's done. It happened.
But it doesn't mean that he should continue the course.

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#25
What they're saying about UV eradication points toward 
simple emitters used in highly traveled areas inside buildings.
If the effective radiation is most efficient in sunlight
then even blacklights might work, although I suspect harmful shortwave types
that would be switched on in unoccupied rooms.
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recall:


Quote:#2
Wednesday, March 25th, 2020, 11:53 pm


The sun will wipe it out up here in the northern hemisphere around mid-may in my opinion.

Sunlight is the ultimate natural disinfectant.



It showed that the virus's half-life—the time taken for it to reduce to half its amount—was 18 hours when the temperature was 70 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit (21 to 24 degrees Celsius) with 20 percent humidity on a non-porous surface.
This includes things like door handles and stainless steel.
But the half-life dropped to six hours when humidity rose to 80 percent—and to just two minutes when sunlight was added to the equation.
When the virus was aerosolized—meaning suspended in the air—the half-life was one hour when the temperature was 70 to 75 degrees with 20 percent humidity.
In the presence of sunlight, this dropped to just one and a half minutes.


APRIL 24, 2020
Sunlight destroys coronavirus quickly, say US scientists
[Image: 4-coronavirusc.jpg]This transmission electron microscope image shows SARS-CoV-2 -- also known as 2019-nCoV, the virus that causes COVID-19 -- isolated from a patient in the US. Virus particles are shown emerging from the surface of cells cultured in the lab. The spikes on the outer edge of the virus particles give coronaviruses their name, crown-like. Credit: NIAID-RML
The new coronavirus is quickly destroyed by sunlight, according to new research announced by a senior US official on Thursday, though the study has not yet been made public and awaits external evaluation.

William Bryan, science and technology advisor to the Department of Homeland Security secretary, told reporters at the White House that government scientists had found ultraviolet rays had a potent impact on the pathogen, offering hope that its spread may ease over the summer.
"Our most striking observation to date is the powerful effect that solar light appears to have on killing the virus, both surfaces and in the air," he said.
"We've seen a similar effect with both temperature and humidity as well, where increasing the temperature and humidity or both is generally less favorable to the virus."
But the paper itself has not yet been released for review, making it difficult for independent experts to comment on how robust its methodology was.
It has long been known that ultraviolet light has a sterilizing effect, because the radiation damages the virus's genetic material and their ability to replicate.
A key question, however, will be what the intensity and wavelength of the UV light used in the experiment was and whether this accurately mimics natural light conditions in summer.
"It would be good to know how the test was done, and how the results were measured," Benjamin Neuman, chair of biological sciences at Texas A&M University-Texarkana, told AFP.
"Not that it would be done badly, just that there are several different ways to count viruses, depending on what aspect you are interested in studying."
[b]Virus inactivated[/b]
Bryan shared a slide summarizing major findings of the experiment that was carried out at the National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center in Maryland.
It showed that the virus's half-life—the time taken for it to reduce to half its amount—was 18 hours when the temperature was 70 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit (21 to 24 degrees Celsius) with 20 percent humidity on a non-porous surface.
This includes things like door handles and stainless steel.
But the half-life dropped to six hours when humidity rose to 80 percent—and to just two minutes when sunlight was added to the equation.
When the virus was aerosolized—meaning suspended in the air—the half-life was one hour when the temperature was 70 to 75 degrees with 20 percent humidity.
In the presence of sunlight, this dropped to just one and a half minutes.
Bryan concluded that summer-like conditions "will create an environment (where) transmission can be decreased."
He added, though, that reduced spread did not mean the pathogen would be eliminated entirely and social distancing guidelines cannot be fully lifted.
"It would be irresponsible for us to say that we feel that the summer is just going to totally kill the virus and then if it's a free-for-all and that people ignore those guides," he said.
Previous work has also agreed that the virus fares better in cold and dry weather than it does in hot and humid conditions, and the lower rate of spread in southern hemisphere countries where it is early fall and still warm bear this out.
Australia, for example, has had just under 7,000 confirmed cases and 77 deaths—well below many northern hemisphere nations.
The reasons are thought to include that respiratory droplets remain airborne for longer in colder weather, and that viruses degrade more quickly on hotter surfaces, because a protective layer of fat that envelops them dries out faster.
US health authorities believe that even if COVID-19 cases slow over summer, the rate of infection is likely to increase again in fall and winter, in line with other seasonal viruses like the flu.





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From Robert F. Kennedy Jr's Instagram Page <----

Pharma has 80 COVID vaccines in development, 
but Gates & Fauci pushed Moderna’s “Frankenstein jab”to the front of the line. 
Scientists & ethicists are sounding alarms.

The vaccine uses a new, untested, 
and very controversial experimental RNA technology that Gates Scream  has backed for over a decade.

Instead of injecting an antigen & adjuvant as with traditional vaccines, 
Moderna plugs a small piece of coronavirus genetic code into human cells Scream
altering DNA throughout the human body,
and reprograming our cells to produce antibodies to fight the virus. 
MRNA vaccines are a form of genetic engineering called “germ line gene editing”. 
Moderna’s genetic alterations ---> are passed down to future generations.

In January,
The Geneva Statement the world’s leading ethicists and scientists,
called for an end to this kind of experimentation.

Moderna has never bought a product to market, 
proceeded through clinical trials, 
or had a vaccine approved by FDA. 

Despite Gates’ investments ,the company, 
was teetering on bankruptcy with $1.5 billion debt before COVID.

Fauci’s support won the company an astonishing $483 million
in federal funds to accelerate development. 

Dr. Joseph Bolen, Moderna’s former R&D Chief, 
expressed shock at Fauci’s bet.
”I don’t know what their thinking was”, 
he told CNN, 
“When I read that, I was pretty amazed”.

Moderna and Fauci launched federally-funded human trials on March 3rd in Seattle. 
Dr Peter Hotez warns of potentially fatal consequences from skipping animal studies. 

“If there is immune enhancement in animals,
 that’s a show-stopper”. 
Dr Suhab Siddiqi, 
Moderna’s Ex-Director of Chemistry, told CNN, 
“I would not let the [vaccine] be injected in my body. I would demand: 
Where is the toxicity data?”

Former NIH Scientist Dr. Judy Mikovits,
says its criminal to test MRNA vaccines on humans. 
“MRNA can cause cancers and other dire harms that don’t surface for years.” 

As precautions, 
Moderna ordered trial participants to avoid unprotected sex Whip
or sperm donations,
& Fauci directed that all COVID vaccines to be protected by blanket immunity.

Gates hopes to sell his experimental gene-altering technology,
to all 7 billion humans & transform our species into GMOs.

#transhumanism

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_q1jv_nmiX/



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CRISPR gene editing technology?

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=...eAR4VPeCe6
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Check this out !
The President of Madagascar,
Andry Rajoelina has called on all African Nations
to quit the World Health Organization (WHO)
because of the bad faith of Europe towards Africa.

Africa has found a medicine against Coronavirus,
but Europe thinks they have a monopoly of intelligence
as such they are refusing to acknowledge it.
It is against this backdrop that I invite all African Nations,
to quit the international organizations in order for us to build ours.

Rajoelina has put his reputation and credibility on the line,
touting the medicine as a cure.

He said it cures COVID-19 in 10 days. <---

Rajoelina said Madagascar till date,
has reported 212 coronavirus infections and 107 recoveries.
The country has one critical case, but no death.
“The patients who have healed,
have taken no other product than Covid-Organics,”

the president said,
adding that his country has a history of traditional medicine.
The drink is derived from artemisia –
a plant with proven anti-malarial properties –
and other indigenous herbs.




http://www.celesylvupdates.com/news/the-...UbFk7IliWA
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Our corona lockdown is over from tomorrow. Virus is almost gone.
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"The drink is derived from artemisia –"

Absinthe is made from one variety.
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#32
Phoenix Tears is working for me still. Split_spawn   I have seen my toes and feet return to near 'normal'.

Just a tad on top of cake and keep staying on heart meds.

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RSO Lemon Skyfall requires that certain......in vivo...experiments be carried out.
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