« on: April 05, 2020, 08:35:49 AM »
The testimonies of people working the front lines at the hospitals seem to be in a completely different universe when compared to the testimonies of people working the front lines in retail.
I can speak for the latter when I say that I have yet to see any viable evidence of a pandemic. All I have seen so far are absurd overreactions and constant regurgitation of the elite media authority's "six feet of distance" rule that incidentally goes out the window on public transit. You would think if the probability of contamination were as profound as they suppose it to be, they would do the logical thing and call for the suspension of all public transit.
And then on the other side, there is a whole lot of stress on part of the medical workers dealing with actual patients in the hospitals. Don't get me wrong, I don't doubt that there are patients and nor do I doubt that COVID-19 exists, but because of the absence of evidence of this pandemic on the streets while its presence seems to be rampant in hospitals (or so we are told), I am led to believe that people are getting infected in the hospitals themselves.
It all makes sense. Somebody exhibiting symptoms that could be associated with a rudimentary illness like the common cold or the flu might, in lieu of media-induced fear and panic, check into a hospital or medical facility for fear that they may have contracted COVID-19. It's entirely possible that they may not have had COVID-19 before they entered the hospital.
Medically and scientifically speaking, when the immune system is already preoccupied with an illness like the cold, the flu, or pneumonia, is it not all the more susceptible to other viruses, such as COVID-19?
I suspect the fear the media has induced is what is truly causing the illness to spread.