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COVID-19
#1
They say it's only close personal contact....but it seems to travel by proxy as well if you are paying attention. Scripted? Hard to tell but wouldn't be surprising. 

"One of the people evacuated last week to the United States from Wuhan, China — the center of the outbreak — is infected with the coronavirus, U.C. San Diego Health said in a statement. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shared the diagnosis on Monday, the hospital said; the patient had previously been discharged after testing negative."

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/coronavirus-live-updates-the-illness-now-has-a-name-covid-19/ar-BBZRRfE

"Hong Kong officials have put into quarantine dozens of residents of one apartment building after two people who live on different floors of the building were found to be infected with the coronavirus, the authorities said on Tuesday.

The two cases appeared to suggest that the virus had spread through the building, perhaps through a pipe, raising new fears about how the virus spreads. In all, quarantines were ordered for residents of more than 30 units of the Hong Mei House, which is part of the Cheung Hong Estate, a public housing block in the New Territories area of the city.

Officials from the city’s Center for Health Protection said the quarantine decision was made after an unsealed pipe was found in the apartment of a newly confirmed patient, a 62-year-old woman. She lives 10 floors below a resident who was earlier found to be infected.
Five more people living in different units displayed symptoms of the coronavirus, but all tested negative, officials said."

Then there is Trump who during the Ebola outbreak of 2014 was livid about infected health care workers being allowed back into the USA.... though the death rate per cases was higher for Ebola. 

Quarantine is effective at transmission for those in quarantine...
Mass vaccinations? Drug trials? 

Panic is not the answer but seems somehow nonchalant 

Anyone?
 
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#2
Don't be chicken.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4967842/
The effect of Allium sativum (Garlic) extract on infectious bronchitis virus in specific pathogen free embryonic egg
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Avian infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) is the microorganism that causes a significant economic loss in the poultry industry worldwide. IBV is a positive-sense, single-stranded RNA virus that belongs to the coronaviruses. All viruses in the family of coronavirus replicate in the cytoplasm of infected cells (Maclachlanand Dubovi, 2010 ▶; Cavanagh, 2007 ▶). ...The garlic extract had inhibitory effects on IBV in the chickens embryo.
...By comparing the results of two strain of IBV, it can be concluded that garlic extract has a significant effect on Intervet 4/91 as a sub-acute strain both in the mixture with several dilutions of virus and as a treatment, 8 hr after exposure to the virus. The EI in all experimental groups of Intervet 4/91 increased. Garlic extract has a significant effect on M41 as an acute strain in the mixture with only 10-2 and 10-3 dilution of virus and the increase in EI was observed only at these dilutions. As a treatment, 8 hr after exposure to the virus, garlic extract had a strong effect and significantly increased the EI . Based on this study, it can be said that garlic extract as a primary mixture had the most marked effect on chickens. This treatment decreased the amount of RNA in trachea. Anti-viral activity of the mixture had the virucidal effect because it’s activity greater to virus attachment and its entry
...The results showed that as a primary mixture of different strains of IBV and garlic extract had greater inhibitory effects on non-acute strain than acute one and using garlic extract as a treatment 8 hr after exposure to different strains of IBV had a significant inhibitory effect which was similar on both field and vaccine strain
 
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#3
Those chickens are everywhere....worldwide actually.

Garlic is an amazing immune booster and a healthy immune system is paramount to combat any virus and it is a mainstay in my diet but I doubt it actually kills the virus though.
Does it work post embryo?

I was talking more about the narrative surrounding the virus.

Here is some "expert" thoughts

https://tribuneonlineng.com/use-of-bleac...us-expert/

https://tribuneonlineng.com/garlic-salt-...s-―-who/
 
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#4
I know I missed the mark. Sorry 'bout that. Yes, it is well known to kill viruses, including corona viruses. I stopped getting health advice from WHO over 25 years ago. Because, corporations.

More on topic, just a theory- maybe the Olympics will be postponed as a result?

Thing is, with so many trolls, so much corruption/lies by the govs...err corporations- the public is led blindly or doesn't know what to believe. Including me.

If it's in the headlines, it's tactics- all I'm sure of.

I DO know over 10,000 Americans have died from common flu this season...

I took eucalyptus, garlic, iodine when everyone else was very sick.

Sorry for hijacking your post. At the same time, thanks for placing the topic here so I could add my 2c.
 
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#5
A doc in that article said garlic has NO anti-viral properties. It is a very well known anti-viral.

http://medherb.com/Materia_Medica/Allium_sativum_-_Antibiotic_and_Immune_Properties.htm

Antibiotic and Immune Properties
by Paul Bergner

Bergner, Paul. The Healing Power of Garlic. Rocklin, CA: Prima Publishing, 1995

Garlic

The previous herbs I have described have primarily worked to strengthen the body’s natural defenses against infection rather than attacking microorganisms themselves. Garlic also does this, but with garlic, we have a plant that is a true antibiotic. It can effectively kill bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi, yeasts, and molds, including many that cause serious disease in humans.

Garlic as an antibiotic

Garlic is a broad spectrum antibiotic, killing a wide variety of bacteria. Many pharmaceutical antibiotics kill only a narrow range of these germs. Dr. Tariq Abdullah, a prominent garlic researcher stated in the August 1987 issue of Prevention: “Garlic has the broadest spectrum of any antimicrobial substance that we know of — it is antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiprotozoan and antiviral.” Table 16.1 shows some of the organisms that researchers have found garlic to be effective against. This property belongs to the garlic constituent allicin, which is released when you cut a garlic clove. This is the chemical that gives fresh garlic its strong biting flavor, and you need to use fresh garlic to get a reliable antibiotic effect. Commercial powders and other products will not work for direct applications. Garlic appears to have antibiotic activity whether taken internally or applied topically — researchers found that the urine and blood serum of human subjects taking garlic had activity against fungi (Caporaso et al 1983).

Table 16.1

Some bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, and parasites killed or inhibited by garlic or its constituents:

Acinetobacter calcoaceticus
Aspergillus flavus
Aspergillus fumigatus
Aspergillus parasiticus
Aspergillus niger
Bacillus cereus
Candida albicans
Candida lipolytica 
Cryptococcus neoformans
Cryptosporidium
Debaryomyces hansenii
Escherichia coli
Hansenula anomala
Herpes simplex virus type 1
Herpes simplex virus type 2
Histoplasma capsulatum
Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV)
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Human rhinovirus type 2
Influenza B
Kloeckera apiculata
Lodderomyces elongisporus
Parainfluenza virus type 3
Vaccinia virus
Vesicular stomatitis virus
Micrococcus luteus
Mycobacterium phlei
Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Paracoccidioides brasiliensis
Pneumocystis carinii
Proteus vulgaris
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Rhodotorula rubra
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Salmonella typhimurium
Salmonella typhimurium 
Shigella dysenteriae
Shigella flexneri
Staphylococcus aureus
Streptococcus faecalis
Torulopsis glabrata
Toxoplasma gondii
Vibrio parahaemolyticus

More.
 
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#6
"A doc in that article said garlic has NO anti-viral properties. It is a very well known anti-viral."

I found it interesting she and WHO both say don't do it... narrative... wait for the vaccine..."experts"

Thanks for the info HHD

Yes more.
 
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#7
I no longer will take antibiotics for any reason.
Ive had pneumonia a couple times since i made that decision.
In 2014 it appeared the pneumonia would kill me.
Large amounts of garlic, raw & in extract form, pulled me out.
If that weaponized corona virus gets here, i plan to up my intake to a whole bulb per day.
That should work...
Those that reek shall inherit the earth?
Dont none of all y'all get sick.
don't stir up the hot particles
 
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#8
Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns Hopkins CSSE
https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/...7b48e9ecf6
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#9
The pipe: Why would they assume infection originated there? Stairs, elevators, entrance door handles, etc...
 
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#10
Sorry gals and guy's if I sounded alarmist, sometimes my knee's wobble and I don't need much of a combination of patterns to panic.. 
To my credit..i sad "I heard".. 

sources including the Twitter feed of who's name shall not be mentioned and

/RadChick4Cast/ fbook page

Thanks for the fresh garlic info, any tips on lessening the severity of the reek ? 

I could do without a new nickname/midlename lol.. 



OK, I will find/edit previous post then...i don't want to be considered a troll either..
 
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#11
(02-12-2020, 04:03 AM)Code Wrote: For a weapon, it sure hasnt killed many people....yet.  

There wasn't much of a Chinese New Year celebration.  Bring your face mask to travel China's new silk road initiative.  China's GDP will suffer from months of quarantine.  Its been very effective as an economic weapon already.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#12
https://bellona.org/news/russian-human-r...ia-posters
Russia updates ‘foreign agent’ law target to individual journalists and, possibly, social media posters
December, 2019
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To be fair, I'm not saying coronaviral [sic] is a hoax at all. Of note, are the trade consequences. This has been at the forefront of US talks with China. 

   
https://www.aljazeera.com/ajimpact/weake...ceuticals/

https://globalbiodefense.com/2020/02/11/...ceuticals/

We represent an interdisciplinary group of scientists and policymakers at the Scowcroft Institute’s Pandemic and Biosecurity Policy Program based at the Bush School of Government at Texas A&M University who have been holding annual summits addressing pandemic-related issues for the past five years. One of our goals is to promote dialogue on potential risks related to pandemics and U.S. security, in this case the disruption of supply chains and availability of medical supplies and drugs
Today, about 80% of pharmaceuticals sold in the U.S. are produced in China. This number, while concerning, hides an even greater problem: China is the largest and sometimes only global supplier for the active ingredient of some vital medications. The active ingredients for medicines that treat breast cancer and lung cancer and the antibiotic Vancomycin, which is a last resort antibiotic for some types of antimicrobial resistant infections, are made almost exclusively in China. Additionally, China controls such a large market portion of heparin, a blood thinner used in open-heart surgery, kidney dialysis and blood transfusions that the U.S. government was left with no choice but to continue buying from China even after a contamination scandal in 2007. MORE!

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DUDe, re odor: If you are concerned enough to use it as a preventative, slight sulfur odor should be of no consequence. If peeps have issue, pass them a clove, also. After all, "It's the company you keep." Garlic also repels mosquitos. The stinky peeps in camp are the only ones not suffering from the itches... The odor and resulting allanin is what makes it effective. Pretty cool, if you ask me... A badge to be worn with pride.
 
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#13
Code: ....at 1100 people its nothing compared to the yearly flu deaths.

I presume it's the ratio. Over 5 million contracted flu; Under 40,000 contracted coronavirus.
The mortality difference is significant.
 
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#14
(02-12-2020, 01:34 PM)Code Wrote: Francis Boyle  coronavirus bioweapon theory
https://youtu.be/TsyujjitOFM

Is the coronavirus just a cover story to hide the real bioweapon,  perhaps pneumonia induced by chemical insult maybe in combination with 5g?
John Rappaports blog
https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2020/02/...-epidemic/


Truth is hard to come by

"If it's in the headlines, it's tactics"

Conspiracysmith here: Granted it is stated for remote access to infected patients but....
#8
02-02-2020, 10:24 PM 


Yeah, if you try to take the time to understand the science of the mechanisms of life..the universe doesn't cheat, money does.

   " One network"
https://www.mwee.com/news/5g-enables-rem...-pneumonia


Wrinkles

Remote G, virus Qi
Frequency flea, enable the key
Blinds for free, lies to see
No where to go, just look at the sea
Listen to me, I sold your soul
Birds to bees, oceans to seas, life on its knees 
Nuclear to coal, gravy and cheese
We've been told, enabler of sleaze




Blah blah blahblah
 
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#15
https://cloverchronicle.com/2020/01/31/n...hiv-virus/

"Feigl-Ding then added a disclaimer asking his readers to “not draw conclusions yet,” but added “evidence suggest(s) that 2 different HIV genes are present in the coronavirus”:

Quote:19. Again, these are new express published findings and not peer reviewed yet. Let’s not draw conclusions yet. But evidence suggest that 2 different HIV genes [Image: 1f9ec.svg] are present in the #coronarvirus S gene region (that didn’t map to any other coronavirus, according to other studies).
— Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) January 31, 2020
don't stir up the hot particles
 
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#16
(02-12-2020, 05:26 PM)d kitty Wrote: https://cloverchronicle.com/2020/01/31/n...hiv-virus/

"Feigl-Ding then added a disclaimer asking his readers to “not draw conclusions yet,” but added “evidence suggest(s) that 2 different HIV genes are present in the coronavirus”:

Quote:19. Again, these are new express published findings and not peer reviewed yet. Let’s not draw conclusions yet. But evidence suggest that 2 different HIV genes [Image: 1f9ec.svg] are present in the #coronarvirus S gene region (that didn’t map to any other coronavirus, according to other studies).
— Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) January 31, 2020
Well they are using HIV drugs for treatment...


https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Corona...oronavirus
 
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#17
rthsmth: "I found it interesting she and WHO both say don't do it... narrative... wait for the vaccine..."experts""

Consider that if I listened to them, l'd have no defense. Zero. They are offering symptomatic treatment with no patented cure, yes? It's up to your immunes. If you're lucky, you might not be a statistic? Knowing what I know about garlic, oregano oil, lugols, vitamin C, cayenne, turmeric and eucalyptus... and knowing that "she" is a lecturer at a university hospital, whom markets mammograms and HPV vaccines- for men, through the university and claims garlic has no anti-viral properties- you can bet I'll be diggin around in my emergency medicine cabinet iffen I get exposed to a virus or flu!

Code:"The truth is hard to come by."
 
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#18
Viruses, quarintine, pandemic, elections.
Whoops.
A refugee camp obliterator
Middle East, Africa........Rails and Roads
Rallies

A little gossip....   messy?
“We have to prepare at the same time for any eventualities, because this outbreak could go any direction — it could even be messy,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.

https://nypost.com/2020/02/22/untraceabl...-pandemic/

Some collateral damage...
https://www.businessinsider.com.au/disin...ina-2020-2

Mutagens.....Mutagenic host ?
 
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#19
Speaking of economies......

https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/23/business/...index.html

Nnaaahhhhh....
"Government aides worked throughout the weekend on the supplemental request, which is still not final but could be sent to Capitol Hill as soon as Monday, according to a person familiar with the plans."

https://q13fox.com/2020/02/23/white-hous...-week/amp/

Intentions.... some say they are best kept mum...
"They wait because this camp has mushroomed in size, growing seven times more crowded than its capacity, a shantytown on a vacation island never intended for such emergencies."
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/202...rc404=true
Fences.... some claim accidents remain within their perimeters
 
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#20
Heads Up. Everywhere you go, someone is spraying disinfectant. Everywhere your eating it, even more now.

Everyone should probably suppliment gut bacteria that are being slayed...
 
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