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The Billy Meier UFO contacts singularly authentic ongoing for 80 years the key to our future survival

More Meier Info About Longer COVID-19 Incubation CONFIRMED!

Painfully slowly, world catching up with February 25 Plejaren information 

UPDATE 

This Chinese information was just forwarded to me from our friend in NYC:

HANDBOOK OF COVID-19 PREVENTION and TREATMENT

I just received this information from our dear doctor friend in NYC. Slowly, painfully slowly, the world is catching up with the impeccably accurate warnings from the Plejaren and Billy Meier about the much longer – up to three months – incubation period of this dreaded disease.

Now, if the various governmental and health officials will look in the right direction and implement all of the Plejaren protocols, millions more lives can still be saved.

  • Avoid airplanes, ships, mass transportation, crowds
  • Stay at home to avoid exposing yourself to risk of infection
  • Real number of infections and deaths much higher than reported
  • Actual incubation period up to four weeks to 3 months
  • Spread by asymptomatic people; through air, breath, clothing, etc. 
  • Breathing masks useless, virus penetrates because so small 
  • Full-body protective suit, breathing apparatus only real protection
  • Hermetic quarantine required, must be longer than 2 weeks
  • Asian races initially most susceptible but will spread to others
  • Virus becomes more aggressive over time, claiming more lives
  • Children mainly immune, main hidden spreaders of disease
  • China, US, etc., suppressed truth for political and economic reasons
  • The WHO culpable for not immediately proclaiming pandemic risk

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Sheila Clark
Sheila Clark
Blog Member
March 27, 2020 6:18 pm

This morning from the Alberta Minister of Health’s Office:
Dear Sheila Clark:
Thank you for your email to Minister Shandro regarding the transmission of COVID-19. On behalf of the Health Minister, the Emergency Operations Centre at Alberta Health would like to provide you with the following information.
COVID-19 is spread by others who have the virus. It is transmitted from person to person through droplets from the nose or mouth, which are spread when a person with the virus coughs or exhales. People then catch COVID-19 when they breathe in these droplets. These droplets can also contaminate objects or surfaces. People can then catch COVID-19 by touching these objects or surfaces and then touching their eyes, nose or mouth. Studies suggest that the virus only lasts a few hours on a surface, though it may be possible for it to last several days under ideal conditions.

Current evidence indicates COVID-19 is not airborne and is only transmitted through respiratory droplets when an individual coughs or exhales. Because the disease spreads through respiratory droplets, the risk of catching COVID-19 from someone with no symptoms is very low. However, for many people, symptoms may be very mild. In these cases, transmission is possible – even if the person is feeling well and only experiencing a mild cough, for example.
We recommend the following actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
· stay home and away from others if sick or in isolation;
· wash hands often, using soap and water for at least twenty seconds;
· cover coughs and sneezes;
· avoid touching face with unwashed hands;
· avoid travel outside Canada;
· self-isolate for 14 days if returning from travel outside Canada or were exposed to COVID‑19.
As the situation with COVID-19 is rapidly evolving, we recommend you visit http://www.alberta.ca/COVID19 for the most up to date information. Alberta Health is updating its COVID-19 website each day throughout the day, as new information becomes available.
Sincerely,
Emergency Operations Centre
Alberta Health

My response:
Are you kidding me? The lady who answered the phone when I called the Minister of Health’s office on March 10, 2020 admitted that you knew it was AIRBORNE. I’m documenting your crap so I can start a class action lawsuit when this is all over. The definition of negligence is knowing information that can save lives, but do nothing about it.
Meanwhile you are putting every single front line worker’s health at risk. Where are all the Hazmat suits for front line workers? Why aren’t you hermetically sealing coronavirus patients?
The coronavirus IS Airborne and spread in the wind. You obviously don’t understand how far one’s breath can travel. A scientific study that lasted for 3 hours could still detect it at the 3 hour mark. The virus stays on surfaces for up to 3 days or longer. The ventilation systems on cruise ships are still detecting coronavirus 17 days later.
A 14 day self isolation period is not long enough considering children and pets will be the worst spreaders of coronavirus because they can be contagious for up to 3 MONTHS with no symptoms. Prior to symptoms the person will test negative but can still be contagious.
Do your god damn job and start being honest with citizens.
I will continue to spread my information because you are incompetent.
Thanks for f*!# all.
Sheila Clark

April Mckenzie
April Mckenzie
Blog Member
March 28, 2020 3:30 am

oh Sheila, I love you.
Many thanks for your efforts 🙂

Sheila Clark
Sheila Clark
Blog Member
Reply to  April Mckenzie
March 28, 2020 4:15 pm

Lol I love you too April. I’m trying ☺️
It may have helped if our PM Justaflu could have taken it more seriously from the start. How are you and your family doing?

April Mckenzie
April Mckenzie
Blog Member
March 29, 2020 4:05 am

Indeed!
We have all been ok up to now… knock on wood… What can we really know? Hard to determine these days, but certainly being more precautious now…. took rather long though.
…Hope your family all good too ☺️

Sheila Clark
Sheila Clark
Blog Member
Reply to  April Mckenzie
March 29, 2020 2:49 pm

That’s good, glad to hear it. So far so good here, they are starting to hear from other concerned sources, not just me. Had a doctor here who was self isolating but now back at work, hopefully he’s not one of those that has it but tested negative because he had no symptoms yet. Now would not be a good time to have to go to a hospital.
Been giving out Billy’s information to my customers, probably gave out over 20 printouts, which I hear they are sharing. My protocol has changed as I’m now asking everyone to drop their paperwork off outside in a tote (now changed it to a cardboard box) and telling them I’ll get to it in 4 days. Not that I’m leaving it outside, only that I’m not opening it for that long . No direct contact, just a wave through the window as I wonder how many of us won’t be around next year…
Good news though, on the same day I received that email the unions got together and demanded front line workers be protected with PPE. Squeaky wheels and all that jazz.