Asympomatic Coronavirus Confusion

WHO during first months of pandemic: SARS-CoV-2 spreads asympomatically from person-to-person contact.

WHO on June 8, 2020: “From the data we have, it still seems to be rare that an asymptomatic person actually transmits onward to a secondary individual.” (CNBC.com)

WHO on June 9, 2020: “that’s misunderstanding to state that asymptomatic transmission globally is very rare.” (CNBC.com)

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Study Says Mouthwash to Battle SARS-CoV-2 Needs More Study

A study at Cardiff University has examined the possible use of mouthwash in battling SARS-CoV-2. Researchers pointed to a number of studies including one in 2017 which found a 30-second solution of 34% ethanol prevented viral replication of a coronavirus.

However commercially available mouthwashes are 14-27% ethanol and there is lack of research on the impact of repeated mouthwash use on throat inflammation and tissue integrity.

Manufacturers do not claim mouthwash helps against coronavirus, and more research is needed. Editors note: More research unlikely unless Bill Gates is invested in a mouthwash company.

The World Health Organization currently recommends 60-70% alcohol based gels (at the time of the study) to damage the lipid envelope of the coronavirus on surfaces and hands, which is toxic if ingested.

Read more at Oxford Academic.

Note the above is only information from the study and not considered health advice. Consult your doctor.

Graphic from The Daily Mail report.

COVID-19: A Study of Studies Finds We Need More Studies

Another day in the Plandemic and more is added to the list of what we don’t know. A non-peer reviewed meta-analysis at Biorxiv.org on April 19 found that SARS-CoV-2 receptors exist in a wide variety of human cells.

“The receptor-binding domain of the SARS-CoV-2 S-protein has a higher binding affinity for human ACE2 than SARS-CoV, ” the study claimed.

The meta-analysis looked at 1,176,683 cells from 282 samples from 164 donors spanning fetal, childhood, adult, and elderly age groups.

The takeaway: Further analysis is needed but SARS-CoV-2 could be flexible in its bodily entry and exit pathways.

Drawings and more analysis at The-Scientist.com

Media Consumption During Operation Lockstep

The talented artists at Visual Capitalists break down how different generations have been consuming media during the Plandemic lockdowns.

They found shows about pandemics increased in popularity.

Rockefeller Foundation’s Future Think

Scenarios for how technology might evolve in 10-15 years was compiled in 2010 by the Rockefeller Foundation. One future depicts an influenza pandemic that looks oddly familiar called Lockstep…

A world of tighter top-down government control and more authoritarian leadership, with limited innovation and growing citizen pushback… international mobility of both people and goods screeched to a halt.

Rockefeller Foundation

Read the whole report at archive.org

Meat Processing Plants to be Deemed Critical Infrastructure

President Trump will invoke the Defense Production Act to keep meat processing plants open. Recent plant closures due to the Covid-19 scare led Tysons Foods to warn of food supply disruptions. Read more at TheCounter.org.

Foreign farm investment

23 million acres of U.S. farmland, roughly the size of Ohio, are owned by foreign investors, with China leading the surge. (Counter.org)

TDS Goes Off the Charts

Trump Derangement Syndrome went into overdrive when the President suggested scientists look into an internal disinfectant after a scientific report showed SARS-CoV-2 does not survive long when exposed to solar light, warmer weather and disinfectants.

Turns out scientists have been studying what Trump suggested: “Ultraviolet Radiation in Wound Care: Sterilization and Stimulation” (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)

“UVB has been directly applied to wounded tissue to stimulate wound healing, and irradiation of blood to stimulate the immune system.”

2013 Study

Social Media Cracks Down

Twitter suspends account of Biotech Company testing UV light to treat coronavirus. (Zerohedge.com)

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