Coronavirus travel ban, strict infection control will keep virus at bay in US

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    Anonymous

    https://www.foxnews.com/health/coronavirus-travel-ban-strict-infection-control-will-keep-virus-at-bay-in-us-former-ny-official-says

    “If hospitals can’t protect you from MRSA and C. diff and VRC and all these commonplace infections, how are they ever going to protect you from coronavirus? They’re not.”

    That ought to alarm the sheeple, if they read it.

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    namelus
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    14 days shedding virus  with no symptoms sick for 14 more. Lives outside body for up to 14 days and only few cleaners will disinfect but not in any regular cleaning supplies. You spread with each cough 2 meters away so 4 cubic meters and all some one has to do is touch any surface with virus and then touch eye nose mouth or inhale it to get sick. Zero way to build resistance.

     

    And some idiot  thinks a travel ban after 45 days from First  post of infection with world travel and inter court travel will contain it…. that person  has a single digit iq and zero math skills. Basically it’s too late to stop unless you are remote area. All the mail is contaminated every  public place and transport is infected.

     

     

     

     

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