Newest COVID-19 Information from Swiss Sources!

Critically important update about COVID-19 pandemic, information about aerosol spread by humans, animals; susceptibility due to different immune systems


This is an impromptu update of the latest information from Billy Meier regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, as he received it from the Plejaren.

I am reading the information from an online translation of the  latest information, published in German  


New Info on Covid-19


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Brock Bradford

Is this a recent contact? What is the airborne droplets life… How long do they live on surfaces …. ???

Asked Christian a few days ago.

Carlos Gomis

Thank you Michael, you are always there to bring us the latest from our space friends and Billy.

I have sent this information to some TV News in Spain and to our own governmet.

The situation in our country becomes critical due to a high rise in people infected. The actions taken by our politicians is showing itself as slow, poor and inaccurate.

We will be facing soon what Italians are suffering now. It is a matter of time.

We are at a complicated point in human´s History

Hope we all will listen.


Greg Dougall

Saptarship – 1 hour ago (edited) YouTube
Using Michael’s bullet point idea, I’ve translated from scratch and picked these…

Onset of Coronavirus disease from incubation can take between 2 and 4 weeks, and up to 3 months in some cases.
Coronavirus doesn’t weaken with seasonal temperature rises. Spreads just as quickly in, both, colder and warmer climates.
Transmission via breath-to-breath condensing droplets; from exhalation, coughing and sneezing & from the body excretions of infected people, animals, insects and pets.
More aggressive and faster-spreading now amongst Europeans due to differences in immunity.
Spreads through droplets from the breath, from coughing, talking, etc., and settles on clothes, food and other surfaces.
Remains active outside the body for up 24 hours, and even days under certain conditions.
Symptoms change from an itchy throat, light to heavy coughing, to a fever, but, unlike flu, there are no body aches, or, runny/stuffy noses.
Clothes must be washed at a minimum temperature of 60°C to kill the virus.
Must maintain a minimum safe distance of at least one meter from other people.

John Webster

Yes, this is important information! I have received it too via Catherine at FIGU-Landesgruppe Toronto, Canada.

Andrew Grimshaw

Yeah but come on let us be truly serious… this ain’t any good way and won’t actually get us to 500, 000, 000 global population 😉

Jahsun Handy

Greg Dougall, thanks for the info about climates and temperature because this the me that it won’t pass when summer comes. Please publish any more translations you do and find relevent. The temperature for washing clothes appreciatee,
Thank you.