Dozens of COVID-19 carriers moved into unnamed, medically unsecured facilities; city council members expected to call for investigation into gross negligence
With new scientific confirmation of the aerosol spread of COVID-19, as first warned about by Billy Meier in March, there are growing concerns that the secretive placement of dozens of confirmed and suspected carriers from a homeless shelter, by city and county officials more than two months ago – in medically unsecured hotels and motels in Flagstaff – may be endangering residents.
With the huge numbers of people who are served at the homeless shelter, and who may stay for varying lengths of time, a critical – and unaddressed – factor is the actual incubation time of up to three months, far longer than the previously assumed 14 days.
This means that there’s no way of knowing how many people who’ve passed through the shelter, may have come into contact with infected persons and may themselves now be asymptomatic, or open, spreaders of this highly communicable disease.
COVID-19 cases have gone completely out of control in Arizona; largely due to the ineptitude of state officials, the media and others, who were long warned of the true facts but chose to conceal them.
Despite requests for the information, to date none has been forthcoming about:
- Current number of possibly infected persons in the facilities
- If when, and how frequently, they are medically monitored
- Proximity of hotels/motels to public places, schools, etc.
- Number of personnel working and/or living in the facilities
- What kinds of PPF all persons involved have been provided
- Number of residents who’ve been hospitalized, released, etc.
- The health status of persons working in facilities
- If family members of personnel have been infected
life-saving information suppressed for months
Beginning on March 5th, when there were only five cases in the state, governmental and medical officials, educators, scientists and the media, etc., received – and suppressed – life-saving COVID-19 information.
Arizona now already has over…101,000 cases and 1,800 deaths.
investigation into gross negligence
Flagstaff city councilpersons, Jamie Whelan and Adam Shimoni, are expected to call for an official investigation into gross negligence throughout the state, including why the public hasn’t been fully informed about infected people placed into non-medical facilities, and why the unprecedented information on www.theyflyblog.com was ignored and hidden from the public.
In addition to the various officials, of special concern is the failure on the part of publishers and journalists for the state’s major newspapers, as well as radio and TV stations, to fulfill their duty to investigate and report the information.
(NOTE: Billy Meier’s information pertaining to the three month incubation period, and the necessity for hermetically sealed quarantines to effectively contain, control and the stop the spread of the infection, have yet to be recognized or implemented.)