Three-minute test reveals Swiss source provided most accurate information since November 2019, always before CDC, WHO
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. (RSAAPR) DECEMBER 22, 2020
Prominent New York doctor, Charles Rothberg, MD, a past President of the Medical Society of the State of New York, recently Tweeted, “What we believed about the relative harmlessness of COVID-19 among younger adults has simply not been borne out by emerging data,” referring to a New York Times article, citing research showing that young adults are dying from the disease at historic rates.
Clever and Accurate
Dr. Rothberg received a prompt response from science researcher, Michael Horn, with links to two of the 90 articles he’s published on the rampantly spreading disease. One was a three-minute, New Online COVID-19 Test, to which Rothberg responded, “Ur test is quite clever!”
“As Dr. Rothberg found out, as early as November of 2019, our Swiss source forewarned of the pandemic, the then unknown effects of the disease on infants and children, and that all ages would ultimately be affected. That’s exactly what we’re seeing now. In the online test and other article I sent Dr. Rothberg, anyone can confirm that we always publish the most accurate COVID-19 information before the CDC, WHO, etc.”
Long Haulers, Vaccines and Quarantines
Horn said the symptoms long haulers report were also specifically forewarned of – months ago – when his source explained that the virus always remains in the body, making a full recovery often impossible.
“They also pointed out a number of factors contributing to the dangers of vaccines that I haven’t seen discussed anywhere else, and now we’re already learning about adverse vaccine reactions,” said Horn.
“On February 23, they were the first to recommend self-isolation and lockdown. They advised that actual incubation times can run up to three months, and that hermetically sealed quarantines were necessary to contain and control the spread of the disease, as echoed by this doctor during an Al Jazeera world news interview. These quarantines should still be implemented.”
Time to Act
Horn expects that Dr. Rothberg and other medical professionals will have questions but, he says, “The most important thing now is to learn from, and apply, the recommendations to avoid further delays in the containment and control of the disease. Any doubts can be quickly dispelled by taking the three-minute online test.
“When I first began publishing the information, 10 months ago, there were 57 cases – in the entire country. Now, with over 17.6 million cases and 317,000 deaths, experts must thoroughly investigate and act upon the Swiss information, so that we don’t see another unnecessary 17.6 million cases and 317,000 deaths. I do hope that Dr. Rothberg will be among those leading the way in this investigation.”
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