The reason this makes sense is because it is telling the person WITH TB, to do these things. It is not telling the rest of the world to hole up and go into hibernation and let everything else in life stop.....It is not telling perfectly healthy people that they have to be "quarantined" ....just in case.....I've reached the point where I don't give a crap about where this started, how it got here, who's right or who's wrong. It's been christianized, demonized, politicized and dramatized to death.
Here's my question....what if this hadn't happened in the evil era we live in now? What if it had a different name and wasn't called Covid....what if it was called TB? Here's the suggestions for preventing transmission of TB:
This is from the Minnesota Dept of Health
Here are some very important things you should do to prevent spreading your TB germs to other people:
Sound familiar? But, I don't see the whole world revolting over these suggestions.
- Always cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze. Some people cough less when they drink warm liquids.
- While at home, spend only a short time in rooms that other people use like the bathroom or kitchen. You do not need to wear a mask at home while around family members who have been living with you.
- Do not let visitors come to your house except for health care workers. Do not go to visit other people.
- If you can, use a fan or open the windows in your home. This helps to move the air around. You may go outside of your home in the open air without your mask.
- Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) is the best way to cure your TB. Your doctor and public health nurse will tell you about DOT. A health care worker will bring your TB medicine to you and will watch you take it. Be sure to tell your health care worker if you have any problems or questions about your TB medicine.
- Do not go to work, school, your place of worship, the library, or public places like the grocery store and post office.
- Do not use public transportation including buses, taxicabs, trains, and airplanes.
- You should go to all of your medical appointments. Your doctor will check you and make sure the TB medicine is working. If you miss an appointment, it may take longer to cure your TB.
- Your doctor or nurse will give you a special face mask. Wear this mask when you go to the clinic or hospital.
- Your doctor or public health nurse will tell you when you can stop using your mask and return to normal activities.
I said - pretend Covid is TB, in all the places Covid is - TB is. Then it makes sense. Period.That list makes perfect sense for someone with any type of "transmissible disease"...
The reason this makes sense is because it is telling the person WITH TB, to do these things. It is not telling the rest of the world to hole up and go into hibernation and let everything else in life stop.....It is not telling perfectly healthy people that they have to be "quarantined" ....just in case.....
That list makes perfect sense for someone with any type of "transmissible disease".... flu, cold, ANYTHING. QUARANTINE the sick one.....
In other words. if you feel sick STAY THE HE// HOME and get over it.
And if you read that article that @Beekissed posted.... the ASYMPTOmatic people are not a threat to spreading it.... so NO REASON to shut everything down since someone MIGHT be an asymptomatic carrier....
What? When Public Health is talking about asymptomstic spread they are talking about the window of time when an infected person is not symptomatic YET and doesnt test positive YET but is contagious. Its like 3 day window.Only 300 asymptomatic cases in the study of nearly 10 million were discovered, and none of those tested positive for COVID-19.www.lifesitenews.com