Jon Rappoport has reported that the early SARS cases (2003) were treated with Ribavirin, a powerful and very toxic antiviral drug. The drug turned out to be lethal to the elderly patients who received it. Today's COVID-19 cases are also being treated with powerful antivirals, including Ribavirin, Chloroquine and other experimental off-label pharmaceuticals.Also, on March 17, 2020 the US Dept. of Health conferred "broad-based immunity from tort (including product liability) litigation for those engaging in 'activities related to medical countermeasures against COVID-19." Wow!
Read Jon Rapport's post here and here, and watch this clip from the 2011 Hollywood movie Contagion, in which CNN's real-life medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has a starring role. Social distancing and compulsive handwashing already alive and well in this movie!
When the coronavirus scare shut their school down, Chino Valley high school students arranged their canceled concert ONLINE ... here it is below. News channels praised our wonderful modern technology for making such a thing possible. Digital learning is now a buzzword alongside social distancing.
Well, well. CNN's chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta (a neurosurgeon) tells us that most Americans will be infected with coronavirus within a year,and other amazing things. Coronavirus may not like warm weather--it likes cooler weather!It will be coming back in the fall, but we will be better prepared with antiviral drugs and closer to a vaccine. Coronavirus can live for days (aren't viruses not alive?), so we much constantly disinfect; it can't live on porous surfaces like cardboard (go Amazon!), but money is not so porous ... We shake hands to show that we are unarmed, but now we are armed with a virus! Keep that social distance...
Part 2:Everyone should be tested: "It's a pretty good test" ... If you test positive you may spend 6 weeks in the hospital!
The coronavirus has caused a toilet paper crisis.So here's something to consider: compressed cellulose tablets -- used by hikers and campers as toilet paper. With a tiny bit of water and some prep time, they become the equivalent of 10 paper napkins: rinse and re-use, machine-washable too!Forget paper towels for the kitchen or going through a box of tissues when you have a cold. Very inexpensive--10 cents each when you buy a bag of 500. Read more here.