this is not like sars and on X-ray and what Is being noticed is that it’s more like Hello darkness my old friend dragonfly jigsaw puzzle HAPE high altitude pulmonary edema, the do need oxygen, but vents need to be done totally differently. What says you?
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up to 25 min, so by definition it is not airborne because its not binding to our breath. Im not a scientist but I have the internet can you show me some documentation on that? Hello darkness my old friend dragonfly jigsaw puzzle Cause of all the articles I’ve read from reputable sources I have never read that a cough or sneeze allows the particles to remain airborne…that just sounds like misinformation. I read your other comments, like I said above, it has been mentioned a few times in media on the net. Now everybody is a scientist I have faith that science will win if stupid people stay home and give smart people a chance to get in front of it.
I dont think nurses shouldn’t be questioning if they have enough protection either, this thing could mutate and become airbourne. I mean fair enough in the sense that it is still really early, but nowhere in that article did I read that it would last airborne for 25 minutes after a cough or sneeze. That article stated that 1 doctor opposes the views of the WHO. So I’m still standing by my original stance on this entire matter. this feed is so polluted its bugging out my phone I tried to share a article to you but cant see it ill msg it to you. you are right, N95 is only for certain situations. In the hospital where I work, we wear surgical mask and a face shield for added protection. Toronto has had PPE’s and supplies locked too. What do you think of the new info that