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Stop watching this discussion. Watch this discussion Get an email notification whenever someone contributes to the discussion Notifications from this discussion will be disabled. Cancel Start watching Stop watching (7) comments David4you30 Jun 29, 2020 10:00pm (Question),,,Is it true That everyone that gets tested for covit19 is now in data bank with DNA with the government, and local police, And FBI,,Can they use your DNA,,for Past criminal evidence??? Report Add Reply GetPeaceRight@facebook Mar 29, 2020 3:57pm My name is Mark Leaver. I live in Mobile Al. A week ago.I have offered to help a friend in Arizona by contacting all the news stations in Al.no one replied...On February 25, Swiss sources provided all of the - now confirmed - specific, accurate information pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, many critical warnings in this information have NOT YET been heeded. Within days of publication, a whistleblower physician on the frontlines at a major hospital in NYC, revealed that the Swiss information - both the confirmed and not yet implemented - was 100% accurate AND that the CDC was hampering efforts of ALL medical personnel, nationwide, and thereby endangering their health and safety and that of patients and the public as well. Shortly after that, a Respiratory Therapist, working at UCLA, St. Jude and Torrance Memorial hospitals in Los Angeles, reported the same issues at these facilities that pose a great risk to all concerned. Additional information received from the Swiss sources, on March 16, reveal additional details - still UNKNOWN to our medical authorities - about the actual scope of the airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus.It’s imperative that you contact Michael Horn at 310.876.8585 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and direct contact with the medical whistleblowers.andWhistleblowers on COVID-19 Frontlines in NYC, LA Reveal CDC Cover-upSwiss source published how to contain COVID-19 three weeks ago, CDC still hamperingDoctor on frontlines in NYC says CDC hampering efforts, putting medical personnel, patents and public at greater riskRespiratory Therapist in L.A. confirms dangerous conditions exist at UCLA, St. Jude, Torrance Memorial hospitalsReal incubation up to THREE MONTHS, airborne nature portend crisis for months unless protocols implementedAccurate info first published on February 25, more than three weeks before most info known or implementedOn February 25, Swiss sources provided all of the - now confirmed as accurate - information pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, many critical warnings in this information have not yet been heeded.Within days of publication, a whistleblower physician on the frontlines at a major hospital in NYC, confirmed that the Swiss information was 100% accurate and that the CDC was still hampering efforts of all medical personnel, nationwide, and thereby endangering their health and safety and that of patients and the public as well.Shortly thereafter, a Respiratory Therapist, working at UCLA, St. Jude and Torrance Memorial hospitals in Los Angeles, reported the same issues at these facilities are posing a great risk to all concerned. Additional information received from the Swiss sources, on March 16, reveal additional details - still unknown to our medical authorities - about the actual scope of the airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus.Whistleblowers will interview with mainstream media, provide detailed critically important protocolsfor all hospitals to protect medical personnel, patients and the publicPlease contact:Michael Horn310.email@example.com Report Add Reply ericmccormick Mar 24, 2020 11:35am I totally agree johns60 and yet it seems that people refuse to stay home. It is a bit frustrating. Report Add Reply ihatecorona Mar 25, 2020 11:03am It's not that people are refusing to stay home, in my case, 400 people are forced to work. I'm an engineer at one of the automotive plants in Alabama, and even though Hyundai said they "shut down" they're still running their engine shop which employees 100s of people. They're running their engine shop to supply KIA in GA. Due to this fact, it's forcing several dozens of different supplier companies to work which amounts to be SEVERAL THOUSAND people. That is the biggest issue in my opinion. Due to the Korean automotive plants, there is no way to stop it from spreading. It is putting everyone in danger at work and their homes. I've reached out to several news companies about it along with alabama public health department but I am not getting any response. This Virus will never end. Report Add Reply alabamaisridiculous Mar 26, 2020 11:16am Exactly. I work for a /major/ supplier for Honda in Alabama. Honda is "shutdown" (haha.. yeah..) but plans on reopening this coming tuesday (3/31). A local or State level order would probably be required to prevent it.My company has shut all lines down and is doing inventory right now with a skeleton crew. But we are in lockstep with Honda. So if they re-open, we will too.It's BS. Report Add Reply johns60 Mar 21, 2020 11:45am I count 124, but i am a day later than you- Alvarado.I remember just a few days ago it was zero. The growth in a pandemic is exponential. And the real bad part is that most of the people simply do not understand what exponential really means. Once we finally realize it is here- its too late to do something about it. That's why it is imperative to limit contact with other people unless it is an emergency. Report Add Reply aalvarado141216 Mar 20, 2020 3:36pm I am unsure if the county breakdown adds up to 81. I may be wrong [wink], but I don't think so. Report Add Reply Welcome to the discussion. Log In Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK. Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. 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