FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
- Swiss source published how to contain COVID-19 three weeks ago, CDC still hampering
- Doctor on frontlines in NYC says CDC hampering efforts, putting medical personnel, patents and public at greater risk
- Respiratory Therapist in L.A. confirms dangerous conditions exist at UCLA, St. Jude, Torrance Memorial hospitals
- Real incubation up to THREE MONTHS, airborne nature portend crisis for months unless protocols implemented
- Accurate info first published on February 25, more than three weeks before most info known or implemented
On February 25, Swiss sources provided all the – now confirmed as accurate – information pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, many critical warnings in this information have not yet been heeded.
Within days of publication, a whistleblower physician on the frontlines at a major hospital in NYC, confirmed that the Swiss information was 100% accurate and that the CDC was still hampering efforts of all medical personnel, nationwide, and thereby endangering their health and safety and that of patients and the public as well.
Shortly thereafter, a Respiratory Therapist, working at UCLA, St. Jude and Torrance Memorial hospitals in Los Angeles, reported the same issues at these facilities are posing a great risk to all concerned. Additional information received from the Swiss sources, on March 16, reveal additional details – still unknown to our medical authorities – about the actual scope of the airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus.
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