Is the jury still out on kids passing on the virus to others when schools open up?
by Felix Colley
Here’s the thing.
1) the report that it could be passed on without symptoms comes from one single case in Germany. A Chinese lady went there and, apparently, infected the first four people at a meeting. The four people were asked if she had any symptoms and they all said that she looked fine. From that single bit of “research” the media went wild. Since then it has been found out that the lady was feeling fatigued, had muscle weakness and was taking paracetamol, which is known to reduce fever.
2) The main health authorities have announced that it can’t be caught from surfaces. Or it’s very unlikely, at least.
3) Viruses aren’t really alive, as such. They need to get into our cells and multiply before they can be passed on. Children are so healthy that the virus doesn’t stand a chance. It can’t multiply if it is dead. It can’t be passed on if it can’t multiply.
4) The report that “it might be possible to catch it more than once.” is false. Firstly, the cases where someone has seemed to be better but then get sick again are just that. They “seemed” to get better. I personally don’t know of anyone who hasn’t had the cold or flu at some time and thought they were better but actually their body was so worn down that as soon as they go out and try to do something they just get sick again. They weren’t really better but they were recovering. Secondly, the tests for the presence of the virus don’t test for zero. They test for “above 800”. So if someone was sick and then is getting better they might test negative but that only means that there isn’t enough for the test to spot. It doesn’t mean that it is gone. That’s why medicos should get sick with it have to test negative twice before they are allowed to go back to work. Even that is flawed, of course, as some people have weaker immune systems than others and some recover faster than others.
The last thing on this is, yes, the jury is essentially out because no long term studies have been done. Those won’t be available until we have a long time to study it! But with virtually every virus that has existed so far there has not yet been any case of it being caught twice. Those saying it might happen are simply trying to scare us into deeper fear. It’s like saying that there no proof that the moon won’t fall from the skies tomorrow. Sure, there isn’t any proof but given what we know so far it is highly unlikely.
Dr Fauci, as a note, is a key conspirator in all this fear. He even tried to scare parents from sending kids back to school because “some kids seem to have got Kawasaki disease from it. It turns out that there have been three kids. Three – In the whole of America – who have what looks like this. That’s just madness. He has money in vaccines, Bill Gates, the Wigan lab, apparently. Yum.
As a last point on the fear. Do you know who predicted that 2.5 million in the uk would die? The same guy who predicted that Mad Cow’s Disease would kill us all. He predicted that there would be a thousand times more cases than there actually were.
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