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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2020 8:01 pm    Post subject: prove me wrong.... coronavirus is not airborne Reply with quote

OK, this is a prove me wrong. Not political and only citations allowed to back up your way. We have some great fact checkers here (well only on the liberal side)

About 7 years ago I did a lot of research for two ideas I had for patents to stop flus. So I was never at that time able to find a single peer reviewed document that showed me what I needed a proof that people do indeed catch it airborne. So even checked into airplanes to find that it is almost unheard of to have massive numbers of people getting sick. If they were so viral we would have massive numbers of people getting sick on airplanes all the time. And we just do not. One of the products I did not move forward because I could not prove it is airborne was a hat that blew down on your face to give you a air-curtain effect. It was going to have a filter in it to filter the air to a X particle size. obviously battery powered, which was another issue with flying but the battery pack size was within limits per carry on.

Yes I do believe if a person coughs directly in your face you can get it. But that is just too rare for it to be this massive.

So here is my data and its supporting documents.

Ok here is a great example, 300-400 people drove 2 hours for a Texas high school state play off basketball game game where there is lots of yelling . and only 3 people from that town/county to date got sick in 2 months. If airborne it would have nailed so many at that incident location.

https://news.yahoo.com/became-real-became-alive-coronavirus-105817855.html


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The basketball game
B’Anna Scroggins, her husband, Billy, and their friends packed into the Texan Dome at South Plains College on Friday, March 6, wearing their black and gold Vega Longhorns T-shirts. The regional basketball tournament had drawn a large crowd to watch the high school boys teams battle it out for a chance to go to the state finals.

The tournament was almost two hours away, but that’s what Vega residents do – support their students, even when their own kids have graduated or don’t play sports.

“The whole town was there,” said Shaye Pingel Warner, one of B’Anna’s best friends. “I bet there were 300-400 people there from our side. Probably more.”



The threat of the disease spreading into Oldham County remains ever present. While the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is still three, the rural county is surrounded by areas with far more cases.

Potter County, home of Amarillo and directly east of Oldham County, has about 1,000 cases of the virus. Nearby Moore County has more than 400 and Randall County has about 300.

Many Oldham residents commute to work in Amarillo or other cities, which means more cases could show up.

https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/situation-reports/20200402-sitrep-73-covid-19.pdf?sfvrsn=5ae25bc7_2#:~:text=Data%20from%20published%20epidemiology%20and,contaminated%20objects%20and%20surfaces.


https://www.livescience.com/how-covid-19-spreads-transmission-routes.html
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How are people being infected with COVID-19?
By Tia Ghose - Assistant Managing Editor a month ago


We still don't fully understand how the new coronavirus spreads, but we're learning more every day.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/sci
ence/2020/01/how-coronavirus-spreads-on-a-plane/

https://www.health.com/condition/cold-flu-sinus/contagious-illness-flu-planes



Posted: Apr 8, 2020 / 10:28 PM CDT / Updated: Apr 8, 2020 / 10:28 PM CDT
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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – MARCH 26: A Chicago Cubs fan wearing protective gear walks past a statue of the late long-time sportscaster Harry Caray outside of Wrigley Field on what was to be opening day for Major League Baseball on March 26, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. Major League Baseball has postponed the start of its season indefinitely due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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CHICAGO (NEXSTAR) – One person who attended a birthday and a funeral in Chicago earlier this year likely left 16 people infected with coronavirus, three of whom died, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study.

The gatherings happened about three days apart, before social distancing policies were implemented. The cases (seven confirmed and nine probable) range in age from 5 to 86 years old.

The first patient, labeled A1.1, had recently traveled out of state and had some mild respiratory symptoms, but decided to attend the funeral of a friend anyway. He hadn’t been tested at the time and didn’t know he had COVID-19, which investigators later confirmed.

The evening before the funeral, he spent about three hours with family members of the deceased friend, eating a “potluck-style” meal from common serving dishes. When he said his goodbyes, he expressed his condolences and hugged the other people at the dinner, according to the CDC.


(CDC)
Two of the family members started to experience COVID-19 symptoms between two and four days later, one of whom later died. A third developed suspected COVID-19 symptoms six days after the funeral.

The next day at the funeral, A1.1 had close contact with a fourth person, who later visited the sick family member in the hospital. That person embraced the family member without any protective gear and later developed a fever and cough believed to be from the novel coronavirus.

Three days after the funeral, still experiencing symptoms, patient A1.1 went to a birthday party attended by nine other family members. A1.1 embraced everyone at the party and shared food during a three-hour span.

Seven people at the party got sick, two of whom later died despite being placed on ventilators. A home care nurse and another family member developed COVID-19 after taking care of one of the patients without using protective gear. The family member is then believed to have passed it to a home contact who didn’t go to the party.

Several days after the birthday, three of the family members went to church while experiencing symptoms; at least one person at the service who touched the same offering plate and sat one row away developed confirmed COVID-19.

The study shows how quickly COVID-19 can spread through a community, and, the CDC points out, doesn’t include any potential cases of asymptomatic infection.

“Overall, these findings highlight the importance of adhering to current social distancing recommendations, including guidance to avoid any gatherings with persons from multiple households and follow state or local stay-at-home orders,” the CDC says in the report.


though we know there were people that got it from this wedding, less than a handful it appears. you would think if airborne most would have caught it but appears only a handful.

Covid-19 positive with 200 guests at a wedding in Los Cabos

https://metropolimx.com/avanza-pandemia-de-coronavirus-en-bcs-1-6-casos-por-dia-en-los-cabos/

Coronavirus pandemic progresses in BCS: 1.6 cases per day! in Los Cabos
https://metropolimx.com/positivo-de-covid-19-convivio-con-200-invitados-en-una-boda-en-los-cabos/


They cancel flights to San José del Cabo, La Paz, Loreto and Cabo San Lucas

https://metropolimx.com/cancelan-vuelos-a-san-jose-del-cabo-la-paz-loreto-y-cabo-san-lucas/

https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/who-china-joint-mission-on-covid-19-final-report.pdf

Report of the WHO-China Joint Mission
on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
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Routes of transmission


COVID-19 is transmitted via droplets and fomites during close unprotected contact between
an infector and infectee. Airborne spread has not been reported for COVID-19 and it is not
believed to be a major driver of transmission based on available evidence; however,
it can
be envisaged if certain aerosol-generating procedures are conducted in health care facilities.
Fecal shedding has been demonstrated from some patients, and viable virus has been
identified in a limited number of case reports. However, the fecal-oral route does not
appear to be a driver of COVID-19 transmission; its role and significance for COVID-19
remains to be determined. Viral shedding is discussed in the Technical Findings (Annex C
)
My add in China they found a patient had taken a long bus ride maybe 4 hours, the trackers got the bus film and located all the people on the bus and found very few of them were sick, the infected person was in the back of the bus and one person in the middle of the bus isle seat fot sick and only the people close to him tested positive. So it is not as easily transmitted by air as one would envision. Also if it was that easy entire planeloads would always be succumbing to flus yet I rarely get sick when flying and no one would fly if it was found it was that easy to be infected. From this article, it also notes that 78-85% is family spread.

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Household transmission

In China, human-to-human transmission of the COVID-19 virus is largely occurring in
families. The Joint Mission received detailed information from the investigation of clusters
and some household transmission studies, which are ongoing in a number of Provinces.
Among 344 clusters involving 1308 cases (out of a total 1836 cases reported) in Guangdong
Province and Sichuan Province, most clusters (78%-85%) have occurred in families.
Household transmission studies are currently underway, but preliminary studies ongoing in
Guangdong estimates the secondary attack rate in households ranges from 3-10%.


and lastly, when studying the H1N1 it was found that there was a 30% drop in spreading when schools were closed. So I conclude the following, a person in a house gets it, they may be asymptomatic, the entire family gets it, the person with a job goes to work and co-workers who are in close proximity toch something that person touches, like he hands them a pen, they water cooler button, , coffee pot handle, elevator button. That person goes home and gets their family sick by door know to home, the child gets infected and is asymptomatic and goes to school and during gym gets hit in the face with a ball and throws it and another catches it and that child thows it and so on so all the kids get it. They take it home and again the entire family gets it. mom or dad go to work and it goes and goes.


bus example
https://www.scmp.com/news/china/science/article/3074351/coronavirus-can-travel-twice-far-official-safe-distance-and-stay
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These findings, from a group of official researchers from Hunan province investigating a cluster case, challenge the advice from health authorities around the world that people should remain apart at a “safe distance” of one to two metres (three to six and a half feet).
Their work was based on a local outbreak case on January 22 during the peak Lunar New Year travel season. A passenger, known as “A”, boarded a fully booked long-distance coach and settled down on the second row from the back.
The passenger already felt sick at that point but it was before China had declared the coronavirus outbreak a national crisis, so “A” did not wear a mask, nor did most of the other passengers or the driver on the 48-seat bus.
Several passengers became infected during the four-hour bus journey.
Several passengers became infected during the four-hour bus journey.
China requires closed circuit television cameras to be installed on all long-distance buses, which provided valuable footage for researchers to reconstruct the spread of the virus on the bus, whose windows were all closed.





https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/04/coronavirus-what-you-should-know-diy-masks-and-ventilators/?cmpid=org=ngp::mc=crm-email::src=ngp::cmp=editorial::add=SpecialEdition_20200403&rid=2AD9DA1F4C042FDF5179BAD550EDF419&fbclid=IwAR1LvFS4__SxQ4NrOqXW9caijoU56HNK3R-d-MAtVq-gs7ABcpVTsPu11N8
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What you should know about DIY masks and ventilators


Regardless, Davies wrote in a recent summary of her team’s findings that social distancing, hand-washing, and the avoidance of face touching are by far the most effective ways to protect society, adding that masks should be a last resort that is meant to prevent “an unavoidable risk of exposure.” (Here’s how long coronavirus lasts on surfaces and in the air.)

cdc says wear masks.. I disagree for the reasons WHO still says.

https://newatlas.com/health-wellbeing/cdc-guidance-cloth-face-masks-coronavirus-us-government/?utm_source=New+Atlas+Subscribers&utm_campaign=d2a9b4dfa3-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_04_06_08_13&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_65b67362bd-d2a9b4dfa3-90245106
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Experts have been divided on the topic of mask wearing over the past week. Some have suggested mass population mask wearing may reduce levels of community transmission considering there is increasing evidence of asymptomatic transmission. However, other experts have expressed concern masks can breed a false sense of security, resulting in wearers relaxing social distancing measures and general hygiene practices.

It is this particular concern that seems to be causing the World Health Organization to hold back from instituting general mask wearing recommendations. Michael Ryan, Chief Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, reiterated this point at the WHO’s most recent press briefing.


“We must preserve medical, surgical and respirator masks for our front-line workers but the idea of using respiratory coverings or mouth coverings to prevent coughing and sneezing projecting disease into the environment or towards others; that's a mechanical process and that in itself is not a bad idea but that doesn't negate the need for hand-washing, it doesn't negate the need for physical distancing, it doesn't negate the need for people to stay at home if there's a stay-at-home order in place,” said Ryan.


COMMENTARY: Masks-for-all for COVID-19 not based on sound data
Filed Under: COVID-19
Lisa M Brosseau, ScD, and Margaret Sietsema, PhD | Apr 01, 2020
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Dr. Brosseau is a national expert on respiratory protection and infectious diseases and professor (retired), University of Illinois at Chicago.
Dr. Sietsema is also an expert on respiratory protection and an assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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the argument of facemasks. ,, they missed a few things in this research, one being it increased a person to believe they are secure so they spend more time out. And stores are not happy with people hanging out, a letter from costco home depot employees say shop fast get out. The employees are at larger risk the longer you think you are now safe so you stay longer. Next this happened with me, they do note the education issue but missed a huge point, people belive that the means of transmission is airborne when they have to use a mask, when the real culprit is touching what an infected person touched. This was directly brought to my attention with a 14 year old child who told me I was wrong because they are telling everyone to wear masks. This rationalization is from human factors people can visualize the cough with smell, someone releases gas and you can smell it through the entire room. Hense a child and or not scientific person will only believe in facemasks and then clean their hands less. In this case, she believed she could touch me and not wash her hands as much. I find these researchers at Cambridge very lacking when they know that not one study ever done shows airborne is the transmission mechanism.

https://newatlas.com/health-wellbeing/cambridge-coronavirus-widespread-cloth-face-mask-covid-19/
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There are three general arguments frequently presented against broad general use of face masks: there is no evidence they protect a person from contracting the virus, mass adoption takes valuable resources away from frontline healthcare workers, and they instill a false sense of security in the wearer, resulting in reduced adherence to other important hygiene measures.


The editorial does note prior research investigating real-world mask use in regards to influenza transmission found masks confer “no significant protection.” However, many of the arguments for mask wearing suggest the point of advocating broad mask use is about limiting transmission from those unaware they are infected, instead of acting as a protective measure for healthy subjects.

https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/04/10/829890635/why-there-so-many-different-guidelines-for-face-masks-for-the-public

https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/331693/WHO-2019-nCov-IPC_Masks-2020.3-eng.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y


no link for next one... 1 trillion dollars to prove it...
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Quotable: Dr. Michael Osterholm, at the University of Minnesota, said he had no doubt that the six-foot distance would clearly “reduce the number of droplets you come in contact with.” But, he added: “The question is what does it take for you to get infected? And that I think is the trillion-dollar question.”


I have said from the get go this is not airborn transmission . I cited airplanes as not being overrun with all passengers getting sick and second the bus example (4 hour closed windows and not wearing masks and the people near the infected did not but some in the middle of the bus did. and as noted WHO did not recommend masks. And that there is one single article in all these years that viruses are airborn for transmission. Ya you do not want a sick person coughing on ya. the Chicago one where those the infected hugged at the wedding all got sick except one, and apparently no one else at the wedding did. Still not one study showing airborne is able to show it.

https://www.who.int/news-room/commentaries/detail/modes-of-transmission-of-virus-causing-covid-19-implications-for-ipc-precaution-recommendations?fbclid=IwAR3SPvG06ygdU9Zbmwx6sUfnBjiRJQ9uoU-LVcArLhJD8acZ7sh6EoOHrdg
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This version updates the 27 March publication by providing definitions of droplets by particle size and adding three relevant publications.


Modes of transmission of the COVID-19 virus
Respiratory infections can be transmitted through droplets of different sizes: when the droplet particles are >5-10 μm in diameter they are referred to as respiratory droplets, and when then are <5μm in diameter, they are referred to as droplet nuclei.1 According to current evidence, COVID-19 virus is primarily transmitted between people through respiratory droplets and contact routes.2-7 In an analysis of 75,465 COVID-19 cases in China, airborne transmission was not reported.8

Mechanisms by Which Ambient Humidity May Affect Viruses in Aerosols
Wan Yang*,*
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3457514/?fbclid=IwAR3CQ0qW2BRtjwjlzx09w3bP8ewiui0r2gmoEQmakKNJuHRmZVbTmAHBcB0

here is a general one dealing with airflow

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7141890/

some viruses dies fast
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021850212001036?fbclid=IwAR126Aa6d4AKJhx9APhKWx2C_MMVqP1-_JJlCYFtOHTw3pkDQP9lh35dz9M

research called off
https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/04/29/847948272/why-the-u-s-government-stopped-funding-a-research-project-on-bats-and-coronaviru
Why The U.S. Government Stopped Funding A Research Project On Bats And Coronaviruses

I believe this is a great example of how it is not airborne. and how difficult it is to get it. Here is a cruise ship that had a case obviously they could not test and either could the hospital they dropped the Italian off at before getting to Florida to pick up more passengers, it holds 2200 to 2,800 passengers. After departing florida 3 days later they drop of several sick passengers in PR still not knowing if it was corona virus for many more days to come . Here is a guests video of the partying that took place the close eating and so on. And you can even hear people coughing very heavily in the background in a closed area with many people in the area. Also note these appear all to be 50 yo and older. And when they were flown on a charter back to the USA to atlanta the 600 americans and canadians we at the time checked for fever and if no fever were than allowed to go to other commercial flights to their homes. And again how many were asymptomatic and we did not see a huge death rate from that ship even with the higher age risk group and the flights people were not and still are not reporting sickness from those flight that took the people home.

If it was as easy to catch from airborn everyone would have been sick getting off that boat and when they were flying instead of the dreaded 2 persons infected a day it would have been 20-200 infected on an airplane. Would be astronomical numbers. Watch this video. amazingly reported only 15 have died considering all were of the higherst risk age groups and the partying that went on in ultra close range, if airborne they would have all had it.


https://www.wsj.com/video/cruise-ship-partied-on-as-coronavirus-spread/7EDE1FAB-FFED-4F95-872A-D7EB22F3F74F.html

Cruise Ship Partied On as Coronavirus Spread

Jennifer Catron boarded Carnival’s Costa Luminosa on March 5 for a transatlantic cruise. Her video diaries provide a window into life on board the ship as the coronavirus scare became a full-blown pandemic.


wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Costa_Luminosa
Incidents
Quote:

Coronavirus pandemic
See also: 2020 coronavirus pandemic on cruise ships § Costa Luminosa
On 2020.02.29, a 68-year-old Italian man in critical condition was transferred from Costa Luminosa to a hospital in the Cayman Islands due to heart issues.[16] On 2020.03.12, the Health Services Authority of the Cayman Islands announced that the man was their first confirmed coronavirus case.[17][18] His death was announced two days later.[16][19]

On 5 March 2020 the vessel left Fort Lauderdale for a transatlantic cruise. Two people disembarked with symptoms of the coronavirus in Puerto Rico. Subsequently, on 13 March 2020, it was confirmed to be due to coronavirus disease 2019 – the first known cases in Puerto Rico.[20] One of the two persons died several days later. Because of the virus outbreak several sick passengers were left at Tenerife and passengers were placed under quarantine in their rooms. The ship was not allowed to dock in Spain. It docked at Marseille, France, discharging sick passengers who flew home distributing the virus,[19] and went to Savona where the rest of the passengers were disembarked on 23 March, many of them sick.[21] After the disembarkation at Marseille, French authorities confirmed 36 people with COVID-19 infection.[22] On 21 March local news in Puerto Rico reported the death of the quarantined Italian woman.[23] On 7 April 2020, A Miami lawyer filed a lawsuit against the Costa Cruises over mishandling and allowing passengers to sail Costa Luminosa despite having flu-like symptoms.[24]



here is another note about Carnival cruise. Seems the owner is a friend of trumps and is on the task force to re-open the country. Shows how the company has cut corners many times with huge fines. Yep thats they type of business leader we need helping the world.

https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2020-carnival-cruise-coronavirus/

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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2020 8:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You are not a scientist, and not qualified to go down that road.

One sneeze aerolizes 30,000 droplets. https://www.geisinger.org/health-and-wellness/wellness-articles/2017/09/11/20/51/one-sneeze-spreads-germs-how-far
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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2020 10:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mac wrote:
You are not a scientist, and not qualified to go down that road.

One sneeze aerolizes 30,000 droplets. https://www.geisinger.org/health-and-wellness/wellness-articles/2017/09/11/20/51/one-sneeze-spreads-germs-how-far


sorry I listed several virologists who are tops in the field that say they have no evidence to show to date if aerosol can pass it on. As one mentioned that is the trillion dollar question.

And who are you to say all the experts in WHO are wrong, when they never recommended that masks are needed. They have been looking at the evidence for what 40 years. They only said if you felt ill to wear a mask as a precaution.

I also take from your link, first they show no exaples of someone actually getting sick from a sneeze. Not one But more importantly, your linked source states as I do wash your hands...

Quote:
Wash your hands
"The most important way to prevent the spread of germs it by washing your hands," says Dr. Kelleher. "This tried-and-true technique is still the best way."
To wash your hands properly, use warm water and soap. Lather for 20 seconds—roughly the amount of time it takes to sing the "Happy Birthday" song. If soap and water aren’t available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol. However, know that hand sanitizer does not kill all germs.


BTW Mac seems you may not be familiar with this; data, some of the highest paying positions for engineers out of college with BS degrees I think they are data analysis and data scientists and so on FYI. https://medium.com/indeed-engineering/where-do-data-scientists-come-from-fc526023ace
This is at this point a data issue, most Engineers I have met are more analytical and stronger in math than the avere in the herd..

Thanks for citing a link to support your position.

added, also since the science is not settled, as I noted I did not proceed with the engineering function of designing an air curtain hat. It increased my risk of non-acceptance of the product and could not prove it would help till the science is finalized. I am also guessing that scientists cannot ethically do human tests with persons 1,2,3,4,5 meters away from a infected carrier is why we do not have a peer reviewed study like that. Thus we need to draw inferences from data of existing situations like I have.
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PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2020 9:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Who knows at this point. Just wear a mask if you have a conscience!

https://www.erinbromage.com/post/the-risks-know-them-avoid-them
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PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2020 11:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

wsurfer wrote:
Who knows at this point. Just wear a mask if you have a conscience!

https://www.erinbromage.com/post/the-risks-know-them-avoid-them


ya read that guys write up, you can see I posted some of the same research pictures that are ridiculous to make such a conclusion from. the church choir set up chairs and moved chairs and had snacks together, did they have drinks did one person do the pouring, handling of the drinks. But the chairs is amazing that they did not discuss how this would disprove anything they were guessing. That this alone could have been the mode by itself.

The work environment where not even close to all the people got sick if aerosol the people next to them and across from them would have been sick by their method.

Who has been saying masks are not needed from day one and still do not say mandatory. Their top virologists I am sure over 40 or so years are knowledgeable.

Here is the true danger, (which I predicted when CDC changed) as I have mentioned I have kinda unofficially considered myself a manny for two Mexican kids. I am proud of both, both have finished to 10 in math in state. one was the chess champion at an elite school. So not dumb kids. The older one said to me everyone says we do not have to wash our hands like you make us anymore because it is airborne, that is why we need masks on. A false sense of security and dropping the guard on from what I can tell the real issue.

Have you seen the UV die demos... From what I remember in testing for bacteria which should be similar to virus, the highest concentration of bacteria other then hand towels and washing sponges was mice, keyboards, phones, door knobs, sink faucets, and toilet knobs. Anyone at that choir open a door, flush a toilet, open the bathroom door. same with the work room.

https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/classroom-experiment-reveals-quickly-germs-spread-26755003

https://laughingsquid.com/how-germs-spread/

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PostPosted: Thu May 14, 2020 1:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You're wrong on everything else; why change now? Besides, do you think we believe ANY of your contrarian trolls? You can't POSSIBLY believe more than 5% of your topic headings, can you?
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PostPosted: Thu May 14, 2020 5:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

isobars wrote:
You're wrong on everything else; why change now? Besides, do you think we believe ANY of your contrarian trolls? You can't POSSIBLY believe more than 5% of your topic headings, can you?


troll post,

as noted the patented no link to the subject... just his hate.

again WHO to date says wash your hands and does not state mandatory masks. They have top scientists in viruses for what 40 years. And that is their recommendation.

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interesting... someone with a familiar name with a similar concept that i disclosed, but for pollution. (clever way to avoid liability)

https://newatlas.com/bicycles/iwind-cycling-air-purifier/

Iwind is claimed to give cyclists a faceful of clean air

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PostPosted: Thu May 14, 2020 6:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

real-human wrote:
wsurfer wrote:
Who knows at this point. Just wear a mask if you have a conscience!

https://www.erinbromage.com/post/the-risks-know-them-avoid-them


ya read that guys write up, you can see I posted some of the same research pictures that are ridiculous to make such a conclusion from. the church choir set up chairs and moved chairs and had snacks together, did they have drinks did one person do the pouring, handling of the drinks. But the chairs is amazing that they did not discuss how this would disprove anything they were guessing. That this alone could have been the mode by itself.

The work environment where not even close to all the people got sick if aerosol the people next to them and across from them would have been sick by their method.

Who has been saying masks are not needed from day one and still do not say mandatory. Their top virologists I am sure over 40 or so years are knowledgeable.

Here is the true danger, (which I predicted when CDC changed) as I have mentioned I have kinda unofficially considered myself a manny for two Mexican kids. I am proud of both, both have finished to 10 in math in state. one was the chess champion at an elite school. So not dumb kids. The older one said to me everyone says we do not have to wash our hands like you make us anymore because it is airborne, that is why we need masks on. A false sense of security and dropping the guard on from what I can tell the real issue.

Have you seen the UV die demos... From what I remember in testing for bacteria which should be similar to virus, the highest concentration of bacteria other then hand towels and washing sponges was mice, keyboards, phones, door knobs, sink faucets, and toilet knobs. Anyone at that choir open a door, flush a toilet, open the bathroom door. same with the work room.

https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/classroom-experiment-reveals-quickly-germs-spread-26755003

https://laughingsquid.com/how-germs-spread/


If you are solely listening to WHO then you are ill informed.
Masks are meant to mostly prevent the spread. They also help to prevent you touching your nose and mouth, but if you are trying to reinforce your own beliefs then have at it!
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real-human wrote:
wsurfer wrote:
Who knows at this point. Just wear a mask if you have a conscience!

https://www.erinbromage.com/post/the-risks-know-them-avoid-them


ya read that guys write up, you can see I posted some of the same research pictures that are ridiculous to make such a conclusion from. the church choir set up chairs and moved chairs and had snacks together, did they have drinks did one person do the pouring, handling of the drinks. But the chairs is amazing that they did not discuss how this would disprove anything they were guessing. That this alone could have been the mode by itself.

The work environment where not even close to all the people got sick if aerosol the people next to them and across from them would have been sick by their method.

Who has been saying masks are not needed from day one and still do not say mandatory. Their top virologists I am sure over 40 or so years are knowledgeable.

Here is the true danger, (which I predicted when CDC changed) as I have mentioned I have kinda unofficially considered myself a manny for two Mexican kids. I am proud of both, both have finished to 10 in math in state. one was the chess champion at an elite school. So not dumb kids. The older one said to me everyone says we do not have to wash our hands like you make us anymore because it is airborne, that is why we need masks on. A false sense of security and dropping the guard on from what I can tell the real issue.

Have you seen the UV die demos... From what I remember in testing for bacteria which should be similar to virus, the highest concentration of bacteria other then hand towels and washing sponges was mice, keyboards, phones, door knobs, sink faucets, and toilet knobs. Anyone at that choir open a door, flush a toilet, open the bathroom door. same with the work room.

https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/classroom-experiment-reveals-quickly-germs-spread-26755003

https://laughingsquid.com/how-germs-spread/


If you are solely listening to WHO then you are ill informed.
Masks are meant to mostly prevent the spread. They also help to prevent you touching your nose and mouth, but if you are trying to reinforce your own beliefs then have at it!


ouch so you attack the WHO, and the scientists that they have are world class. wow... Did you read the link on the research from the chinese...

Nope not just WHO, but who are you listening too. I cited others top in the fields. Again have yet to read a peer reviewed one in all these years
https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/who-china-joint-mission-on-covid-19-final-report.pdf
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COVID-19 is transmitted via droplets and fomites during close unprotected contact between
an infector and infectee. Airborne spread has not been reported for COVID-19 and it is not
believed to be a major driver of transmission based on available evidence
; however, it can
be envisaged if certain aerosol-generating procedures are conducted in health care facilities.
Fecal shedding has been demonstrated from some patients, and viable virus has been
identified in a limited number of case reports. However, the fecal-oral route does not
appear to be a driver of COVID-19 transmission; its role and significance for COVID-19
remains to be determined. Viral shedding is discussed in the Technical Findings (Annex C)

In China, human-to-human transmission of the COVID-19 virus is largely occurring in
families. The Joint Mission received detailed information from the investigation of clusters
and some household transmission studies, which are ongoing in a number of Provinces.
Among 344 clusters involving 1308 cases (out of a total 1836 cases reported) in Guangdong
Province and Sichuan Province, most clusters (78%-85%) have occurred in families.
Household transmission studies are currently underway, but preliminary studies ongoing in
Guangdong estimates the secondary attack rate in households ranges from 3-10%.


https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/04/coronavirus-what-you-should-know-diy-masks-and-ventilators/?cmpid=org=ngp::mc=crm-email::src=ngp::cmp=editorial::add=SpecialEdition_20200403&rid=2AD9DA1F4C042FDF5179BAD550EDF419&fbclid=IwAR1LvFS4__SxQ4NrOqXW9caijoU56HNK3R-d-MAtVq-gs7ABcpVTsPu11N8

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Regardless, Davies wrote in a recent summary of her team’s findings that social distancing, hand-washing, and the avoidance of face touching are by far the most effective ways to protect society, adding that masks should be a last resort that is meant to prevent “an unavoidable risk of exposure.” (Here’s how long coronavirus lasts on surfaces and in the air.)



https://newatlas.com/health-wellbeing/cdc-guidance-cloth-face-masks-coronavirus-us-government/?utm_source=New+Atlas+Subscribers&utm_campaign=d2a9b4dfa3-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_04_06_08_13&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_65b67362bd-d2a9b4dfa3-90245106

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Experts have been divided on the topic of mask wearing over the past week. Some have suggested mass population mask wearing may reduce levels of community transmission considering there is increasing evidence of asymptomatic transmission. However, other experts have expressed concern masks can breed a false sense of security, resulting in wearers relaxing social distancing measures and general hygiene practices.

It is this particular concern that seems to be causing the World Health Organization to hold back from instituting general mask wearing recommendations. Michael Ryan, Chief Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, reiterated this point at the WHO’s most recent press briefing.


“We must preserve medical, surgical and respirator masks for our front-line workers but the idea of using respiratory coverings or mouth coverings to prevent coughing and sneezing projecting disease into the environment or towards others; that's a mechanical process and that in itself is not a bad idea but that doesn't negate the need for hand-washing, it doesn't negate the need for physical distancing, it doesn't negate the need for people to stay at home if there's a stay-at-home order in place,” said Ryan.


https://newatlas.com/health-wellbeing/cambridge-coronavirus-widespread-cloth-face-mask-covid-19/
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There are three general arguments frequently presented against broad general use of face masks: there is no evidence they protect a person from contracting the virus, mass adoption takes valuable resources away from frontline healthcare workers, and they instill a false sense of security in the wearer, resulting in reduced adherence to other important hygiene measures.


The editorial does note prior research investigating real-world mask use in regards to influenza transmission found masks confer “no significant protection.” However, many of the arguments for mask wearing suggest the point of advocating broad mask use is about limiting transmission from those unaware they are infected, instead of acting as a protective measure for healthy subjects.


No link for this one nyt
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Quotable: Dr. Michael Osterholm, at the University of Minnesota, said he had no doubt that the six-foot distance would clearly “reduce the number of droplets you come in contact with.” But, he added: “The question is what does it take for you to get infected? And that I think is the trillion-dollar question.

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