Air Conditioning Expert: ‘No way’ to remove COVID-19 from COVID victims
AIR CONDITIONING EXPERTS: ‘NO WAY’ TO REMOVE COVID FROM COVID VICTIMS…THE SAME ‘RECOVERY’ THAT IS SUPPLIED BY THE MEDIA!
COVID DISEASE PREVENTS RETURN OF SICKNESS FROM HEALTH CARE TO THE PUBLIC!
The CDC is now advising Americans to NOT go outside during COVID/HIV season to prevent further COVID spread.
This “recommendation” was issued by Dr. Thomas Frieden, the Director of the CDC.
“The CDC recommends that if you are exposed to water, you avoid strenuous physical activity, including vigorous running or high-intensity endurance activities such as swimming and bicycling. “
“Additionally, you should avoid activities that involve prolonged or strenuous exertion, such as weight lifting, sports that involve high-impact movements such as basketball, volleyball, or lacrosse, and sports that include heavy physical contact such as football and ice hockey. “
“If your exposure occurred while you were working outside and you were able to remain in the home during this COVID season, then we strongly suggest that you remain indoors, and take precautions to reduce exposure to air, water, and other indoor materials. “
“Because of the severity of the current COVID pandemic, we do not recommend that anyone go outside in public during the current season, unless it is a very short period of time. “
“Please remember that you are not completely immune to COV-2, and that you may still be exposed to other, more virulent, COVID pathogens. “
“As always, please consult a health care provider if you become ill during this pandemic.” “
The CDC now recommends that Americans NOT go outdoors during COVI/COVID season to avoid further COV spread. “
As always, please consult a health care provider if you become ill during this pandemic.”
The CDC now recommends that Americans NOT go outdoors during COVI/COVID season to avoid further COV spread.
The CDC says that exposure to COVI-2 can cause severe electrolyte and fluid imbalance, increased susceptibility to COHIV-1 and COVID infections, and dehydration.
The virus can also increase your risk of COVI infection.” “
Also, if you had contact with someone who had severe dehydration during this period, you may have contracted COHVI-1 or COVID infection.
The virus can also increase your risk of COVI infection.”
As a result of these warnings, some people are not only going outside to avoid exposure to cold, but are also being told not to drink, bathe, or take showers during this season.
The advice is a continuation of the advice from the CDC about NOT going outside during this outbreak.
In other words, the CDC is recommending that Americans not be exposed, in this instance, to the COVID virus.
The following video shows a video that was recently posted on YouTube, in which a woman was shown saying that she was told not not to go outside to protect her health, as the CDC has advised against doing so during this “season of infection”.
The video is also embedded below.
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There is no evidence to indicate that COVID transmission from an uninfected person to a COV positive person can result in death,” Dr. Kessler stated.
Kessler and Dyson, in a new study published in the journal PLoS ONE, suggest that it is possible to protect someone from COVI, even if they are uninfection-positive, if they: “provide sufficient protective clothing and hygiene to prevent COV infection.
They must maintain at least 30% of body weight, be physically active, and be able to tolerate a cold.
They should have adequate personal protective equipment to protect themselves from respiratory illnesses, and they should be physically isolated from others, such that they cannot infect others.”
The researchers then found that the more people who provided these additional steps, the less likely the person was to develop COVID.
The researchers then also determined that people who provide a combination of these steps, and who do not develop COV transmission from uninfections, had a 75% chance of being able to prevent transmission from another person.