Sunday, March 22, 2020

Is "Airborne" Coronavirus Fact or Fiction & is the Media's Scaremongering Spreading it?

One study appears to be all that supports the Coronavirus "airborne" statements made by the media. That study apparently hasn't been peer reviewed.

The medical website MDLinx said:

"Their findings are based on a study... expected to be published soon."

If the study hasn't been peer reviewed than its validity is still questionable because without other experts in the same field evaluating it for its correctness it is still uncertain, debatable and possibly dubious.

The study said Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and SARS (SARS-CoV-1) "behave similarly... the results failed to explain why COVID-19 has become a much larger outbreak" [yet in my opinion, the similar behaving 2002-2004 SARS didn't entail the semi-destruction of the United States economy and specifically the apparent California attempt to destroy small businesses and only injure large China tied corporate businesses].
(MDLinx, "Fact or fiction: Is COVID-19 really airborne" March 18, 2020)

According to Wikipedia and the link they provided "fatigue" and the "psychological effects on the workers in response to the stress" was a "key reason"  in the the SARC "development."
(Wikipedia, "2002-2004 SARS outbreak among healthcare workers")

Could the relentless "stress" and "fatigue" caused by the scaremongering media be causing the farther spread of the Coronavirus?

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate of Mary.

Also, pray an Our Father now for God to give President Trump to do His will in this crisis.

1 comment:

Alexis Bugnolo said...

I have seen reports that there is no evidence of air borne transmission, as no virus has been found in airborne particles. Also a recent cruise ship which was infected, had only 19% catch the disease and out of 3700 passengers only 7 died of it.