Dangerous disregard of Plejaren medical advice still putting people at risk; aggressive new mutation further increases threat
I just received information from a medical professional on the east coast that doctors, hospital directors and related medical professionals are being hampered by CDC/local DOH guidelines, that only allow them to hold people for two weeks inpatient, usually for the elderly. and with home isolation for younger patients.
This is in dangerous disregard for the actual necessity for much longer containment times, and necessary protective protocols, as specifically expressed by the Plejaren here.
If you know any doctors and/or other medical professionals, please let them know this information. They will be free to accept and learn from it and thereby possibly contribute to saving many lives.
It is extremely important that they understand the nature of the spread of the disease by asymptomatic people and that the Plejaren say that children are the main, hidden spreaders of the disease.
Also, possibly the first reported human-to-animal transmission of the coronavirus also confirms what the Plejaren specifically warned about.
And this new warning about the coronavirus now having mutated into two strains, one of which is even more aggressive, makes the dissemination of the information from the Plejaren imperative!
Here’s more information on the current worldwide status from Reuters.
And it looks like Italy is taking very important steps, which should be followed everywhere the rampantly spreading disease appears.
The Unprecedented Plejaren Outreach
We should carefully consider that the unprecedented outreach by the Plejaren extraterrestrials, while not yet known and/or grasped by most of humankind, in itself conveys the still largely unrecognized magnitude of the threat to humankind from this rampantly spreading disease.
In these articles you will also see the progress, or the lack thereof, of the medical implementation of things that correspond with the Plejaren recommendations (oldest to newest):
Thanks to Mike Basal, Annie Newman and Norm DeCindis for article links.