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Mike 03

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And finally for those who say that this is just something that happens to old people, starting yesterday the hospitals are reporting that younger and younger patients – 40, 45, 18, are coming in for treatment.

I think we're not being told the whole truth. Two of our first cases here in AZ were a male in his twenties and a woman in her forties. The man recovered; the woman was hospitalized and the last we heard she was "stable."

Two things I'm taking

in addition to D, Lysine and Epicor are Quercetin and Liposomal Glutathione.


Quercetin as an Antiviral Agent Inhibits Influenza A Virus (IAV) Entry

Antiviral effect of flavonoids on human viruses.

Quercetin: A Promising Treatment for the Common Cold

Quercetin ameliorates lipopolysaccharide-caused inflammatory damage via down-regulation of miR-221 in WI-38 cells

Quercetin attenuates airway inflammation and mucus production induced by cigarette smoke in rats.


Also: Liposomal Glutathione (this is more of a crapshoot based on some papers I read online. Actually, they are both "crapshoots" but I'm going to try it anyway).

Could Liposomal Glutathione And Liposomal Altrient Vitamin C Be The Magic Bullets For Protection Against Pneumonia?

Oxidative stress and regulation of glutathione in lung inflammation.

Evidence for antiviral activity of glutathione: in vitro inhibition of herpes simplex virus type 1 replication.

Inhibition of influenza infection by glutathione.


This changes everything.

"Several hours."

That's even worse than the study from the South China Morning Post saying it might live for up to 30 minutes in the air.

That's even going to make going anywhere where there are other people hazardous, no matter how much you wash your hands, unless you can hold your breath long enough to do grocery shopping.

Am I overstating the situation? Somebody calm me down.

This is like one of those Roland Emmerich disaster movies where

you think it can't possibly get any worse and it does get a hundred times worse and it's only ten minutes into the movie.

Read this and try not to have a stroke

In Nov. 2017, a state banquet was held in Trump’s honor during a visit to China, where more than two dozen business titans were in attendance. One of the attendees was Gianluca Pettiti, President for Thermo Fisher Scientific China. The point of the dinner, according to sources, was for the White House to “home in” on companies that could announce “done deals” that would have the effect of chipping away at the U.S. trade deficit with China. But, considering the presence of Thermo Fisher Scientific and Trump’s previous (and possibly ongoing) personal financial relationship with the company, the guest list looks highly suspect.

Virologists in Berlin produced the first diagnostic test for the Coronavirus a month and a half before the first COVID-19 case not linked to travel was diagnosed in the United States. The World Health Organization (WHO) began shipping coronavirus testing supplies to nearly 60 countries by February, but Trump didn’t want those kits.

The United States declined to use the WHO test, even temporarily as a bridge until the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could produce its own test and the Trump administration has given no explanation as to why.
Trump’s possible interest in the company that the U.S. will be using to provide the tests and the fact that if he might still own stock in Thermo Fisher Scientific and world stand to profit from the government contract, could be a major reason why no other tests were accepted.


FreeState (above) provided this link.

There's a huge fucking scandal here, I just KNOW it.

Somebody in this administration is getting rich off this pandemic at our expense.

We can't forget this. We need to follow up on this.

Contact your senators and demand answers to these questions!

“Please provide an explanation for why the COVID-19 diagnostic test approved by the World Health Organization was not used.”

We also sought information on potential conflicts of interest — including whether the CDC’s test was developed in house, or the work of a contractor. We asked for a list of all contractors who had a financial interest in providing the agency with reagents and other components of the test.

That's right. That's a positive development if it pans out.

But there's still the matter of the high fatality rate in Italy.


It's even higher than the WHO's predictive 3.4 FR.

I'm wondering if there are different strains in circulation.

Maybe he's trying to get transferred.

I didn't think he'd last long at Rikers. Expect a suspicious "suicide attempt" any day now, or a self-inflicted injury he blames on a gang member.

The virus survives longer on plastic than paper so I don't

see this as being a very good suggestion.

Surface Hours
Plastered wall 36
Formica (laminate material on counter tops) 36
Plastic 72
Stainless steel 72
Glass 96


Experts I've heard on Doctor Radio and other places say it probably can live on paper for hours to two or (at the extreme) three days.

Paper is extremely porous where as plastic is less permeable. That's one reason it's easier for detectives to get fingerprints off plastic longer after a crime and harder to get them off of paper (not impossible by any means, but a crapshoot.)


I'm not an expert but I hope they pay particular attention to the last four weeks, when the Bernie campaign seemed to spiral into the sewer, and what role if any figures like Nina Turner, Shaun King and Cenk played in the last-minute polarization of opinion (i.e., the implosion we are seeing in Michigan). Bloomberg's ad called attention to how some Bernie supporters were behaving, and it became a mainstream talking point.

Bernie's story of Joe is that he's "establishment" but I've been saying for months he's actually a classic American underdog because of how Trump has been beating up on him and Hunter and because of how he's fighting to restore America's dignity against a huge Trump machine. America loves an underdog. It's a Rocky movie. Of course, we need to wait until November to see how it ends.
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