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09 Apr 2020 20:49:34
Ed033 - looks like it’s your page!

Don’t want an argument but how can you say - “you don't catch this disease from catching a virus so all of the social distancing and economy shutdown shouldn't be happening. ” May be you are being smart by the words but it sounds like:

a respiratory virus which spreads primarily through droplets generated when an infected person coughs or sneezes, or through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose. These being transferred to another person if they enter eyes / nose / mouth be it direct from infected person or someone touching the droplets then rubbing their eyes or nose or mouth.

With that said - how can social distancing not help to reduce chances of mass infections.

What are you reading that says WHO or Health service advice is wrong.

I want to get back to work and interested in learning more but saying it’s a hoax or social distancing / confinement doesn’t help - makes little sense to me.

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{Ed033's Note - I never said it was a hoax. If you really want to know more, then read down this page and watch the videos. Then come back with a post when you know more information.

This disease is not a viral infection, it's something else and only a relative few people are actually dying from it - they're borrowing stats from other death causes to get the numbers up for their justification of control.

Unless you read down this page and watch the videos, you're not going to comprehend my answer above to you.


 

 

 

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