A dangerous message signed by 239 scientists from 32 countries torpedoing WHO’s information on Corona

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A dangerous message signed by 239 scientists from 32 countries torpedoing WHO information on Corona, today Sunday 5 July 2020 04:23 PM

239 scientists from 32 countries have torpedoed WHO information on Corona, which remains skeptical of the virus being transported through the air.

239 scientists from 32 countries

According to a report published by the New York Times, more than half a year after the novelty of Corona that caused a pandemic around the world, 239 scientists from 32 countries have sent a message stating that the virus can be transmitted through the air through small particles and can spread the infection.
The scientists who signed the letter called on the international organization to review recommendations regarding safety measures from Corona. The newspaper pointed out that the message, which the scholars supported with evidence, will be published by a scientific magazine next week.
Scientists have concluded that when the virus is present in droplets, it remains capable of infecting people, for “at least three hours, if it is present in the atmosphere.”

If this hypothesis is proven

In the event that this hypothesis is proven, the report states that all health agencies in all countries should review the protocols followed, whether they are within medical facilities, related to protective clothing and medical masks used, or with regard to dealing with infected cases and those present in the home stone, and even with regard to wearing masks in Total in public areas, as this means that the virus can be transmitted indoors with recycled air.
What evidence and evidence provided by scientists means, if adopted, to reconsider the ventilation systems in schools, homes, companies and homes for the elderly, and the use of special filters, some of which may contain UV-sterilized lighting to kill floating particles in the air.







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