Here’s another angle on this question. What do these three have in common? Wuhan, China, Evergreen Hospital, WA, and cruise ships? The answer is 5-G Wi Fi. Wuhan and Kirkland, where the Evergreen Hospital is located, were among the first places to fully install 5-G technology and develop self-driving cars. Except for cruise ships, which I added, I first heard this information in a youtube video, Klinghardt Institute Corona Interview March 2020. Dr. Klinghardt adds that 78% of deaths are among males; at least risk are females under 40 years of age and children. Turns out Chinese men smoke cigarettes causing them to be more susceptible to pneumonia than women.
The daily routine all of us must get in the habit of:
Turn off your cell phone and wifi when not using it; turn it on only when you need to use it. Yes, this new habit will beneficially slow you down. Keep electronic devices out of the bedroom. Turn off the modem when not using your computer.
Drink warm or room temperature water and lots of it. Sip water at least every 15 minutes to wash viruses into the stomach where they are destroyed.
Gargle with warm salt water daily as a prevention.
Hand wash frequently with soap and water a minimum of 20 seconds. That’s the time it takes to sing the first verse of “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor.
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
Avoid close contact with sick people.
Sick people should self-isolate at home and use a simple paper mask to protect other people.
Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue which you discard in the trash.
Clean regularly all frequently touched surfaces and objects.
To calm our panic over this pandemic, consider these statistics. Recent estimates are that 80% of those infected (tested positive with a swab) get a mild infection expressed as a simple flu. 14-15% get a serious infection requiring isolation or hospitalization. 3-5% get a critical or deadly infection involving the bases of the lungs with pneumonia. Only 11% did not experience fever until 2-8 days after the onset of symptoms.
Returning to the questions at the beginning of this blog, yes, I do test virus vials in combination with radiation and cigarette smoke, smog vials and anything else we think of to find whether it may be a contributing cause. My radiation vial has worked fabulously well with patients traveling from the area of the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown a few years ago.
Those who are concerned about possible germ exposure may schedule an appointment with me to muscle test and treat with the new vials. If you’d rather not come to the office, you may schedule a remote visit in which I would talk with you on the phone and use a surrogate in the office to test you at distance.