Recently a senior Chinese medical nursing professional analyzed the toxicity of the CCP COVID-19 virus. Here is a summary of what she learned.
- Infection Routes:
It follows nearly ALL other routes of transmission of human infectious diseases.
- Physical Contact Infection
If a person comes into contact with items contaminated by a virus-infected person, they easily become infected. The much-feared plague and smallpox follow this infection route.
- Digestive Tract Infection
Sharing simple tableware is infectious. Patients’ urine and feces also spread the virus. Tuberculosis and hepatitis are transmitted through this route.
- Respiratory Tract Infection
Similar to influenza and measles..
- Airborne Infection
In aerosol infection, the virus can adhere to small water particles in the air, and particles can transmit the Wuhan virus. Even if you wear a mask, the protective effect is limited. Again, this is similar to the influenza and tuberculosis viruses.
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- Blood Infection
Infection can occur through blood. For example, AIDS, syphilis, hepatitis B virus, Ebola virus. There are also reports of mother-to-child transmission.
- Incubation Period
The incubation period of the CCP SARS-CoV-2 virus is generally about 10 days. Some patients experience an incubation period of 14 days, which is why quarantine lasts 14 days.
- Asymptomatic Infections
CCP COVID-19 virus patients can be contagious during the incubation period, even when they have no symptoms. Some patients who are cured may also carry viruses and infect others.
- Difficult to Detect
Some experts say the Wuhan virus is the most cunning virus. During the incubation period, the virus can evade all the current testing methods. Infected victims may not detected by various test methods during the incubation period, so they may be regarded as normal people and continue to be a source of infection.
- Attack More Organs of Human Body
In addition to attacking the lungs, the CCP virus may also attack the heart, kidneys, reproductive system or other organs. This is why some patients suddenly become acutely ill and die.
COVID-19 is a version of the SARS virus that broke out in Hong Kong and Beijing in 2002-2003. The latest version of SARS-CoV-2 has now become a perfect bio-weapon.