We also need to get way ahead of possible spread by mosquitoes in warmer weather
Once again, the inaccurately titled “news” mainly serves to confirm the information from Billy Meier and the Plejaren, regarding the true facts about the COVID-19 pandemic. In this new article, we learn that the virus can survive not just for hours but up to many days…as was also spelled out on March 16.
Also, the following paragraph caught my eye and perhaps hints at another great cause for concern:
9. Ninethly: An infectious contact can also occur via infected persons that are coughing and sneezing, or by dogs and cats, because also pets can be carriers of the coronavirus. Also, the indirect way of contact infection or smear infection with the virus from items, body surfaces or food on which the infectious air borne droplets have settled, leads to contamination if they subsequently get into the body via the mucous membranes, for example, the mouth, nose or eyes. A transmission via the faecal-oral way and other body excretions is also possible, as is a transmission via infected animals, creatures and house beetles, such as cockroaches and so forth.
If the beetles and roaches can transmit the coronavirus, what about…mosquitoes? A quick search confirms that:
“Diseases that are spread to people by mosquitoes include Zika virus, West Nile virus, Chikungunya virus, dengue, and malaria.”
Unless the transmission of the coronavirus by mosquitoes can be completely ruled out (by whom?) I suggest that this is also the time to prepare, to get way ahead of a possible exponential spread of the disease in the coming months. All measures for mosquito control should be activated and ready, since this could greatly compound the other problems that warm weather may bring.
I spoke with Scott Antes, the professor that invited me to give two presentations at NAU. He pointed out that the COVID-19 virus attacks the respiratory system and, as far as we know, is not transmitted through the blood, as the other viruses (mentioned above) are. However, we’re also told that the virus mutates and, since there are still many unknown factors, I think it’s best to err on the side of caution.
As my earlier blog points out, some people may succumb to the desire for more lax behavior during warmer weather, perhaps favoring the incorrect information that it would “significantly slow the spread of coronavirus”. This could include engaging in more social contact, less concern for social distancing, irresponsible use of alcohol, drugs and a more “defiant” attitude…born out of denial.
In warmer climates, where the imposition of self, or mandated, quarantines have been in place, those unaccustomed to such constraints might want to “bust lose”, etc. The warmer climates are more friendly to mosquitoes and certainly self-discipline and self-control should be augmented by efficient public services tasked with mosquito control, as well as other insects.
Speaking of Bugged
It seems that bad business is bugging the president more than the deadly pandemic that’s already changing the lives of millions of Americans, whether infected not. So, since repetition is the mother of learning:
- New Info WRONG About COVID-19 and Temperatures!
- AGAIN: New Asia Info Confirms Billy Meier COVID-19 Warnings
- New England Journal Confirms Meier’s COVID-19 Aerosol Info
- Whistleblowers on COVID-19 Frontlines in NYC, LA Reveal CDC Cover-up
- BREAKING: Must Read from Medical Whistleblower About the Surge
- LESSONS FROM CHINA, ITALY & SWITZERLAND
The book you need to read…now: