2021 Feb 13, 1:20pm
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Prohibiting outdoor activity is unlikely to reduce the spread of the virus, nor is urging people always to wear a mask outdoors.Worldwide, scientists have not documented any instances of outdoor transmission unless people were in close conversation, Dr. Muge Cevik, an infectious-disease specialist at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, told me. “The small number of cases where outdoor transmission might have occurred,” she wrote on Twitter, “were associated with close interactions, particularly extended duration, or settings where people mixed indoors alongside an outdoor setting.” ...A student walking across campus — let alone a masked student — presents little risk to another student who remains at least six feet away. The same goes for joggers in your neighborhood.The story is similar for deep cleaning. “Scientists increasingly say that there is little to no evidence that contaminated surfaces can spread the virus,” my colleagues Mike Ives and Apoorva Mandavilli have written. The one surface that is important to wash, frequently and vigorously, is the human hand. ...So why not take every possible precaution at all times?The short answer is: because we are human. ...Human beings are social creatures who crave connection and pleasure and who cannot minimize danger at all times.Despite the risks, we eat carbs, drink wine, go sledding and even ride in automobiles. We enjoy taking outdoor walks and drinking a cup of coffee on a public bench. Many people who exercise find it difficult to do so in a mask. “It feels a bit like suffocating,” Shannon Palus wrote in Slate. ...“People do not have unlimited energy, so we should ask them to be vigilant where it matters most,” Cevik has written. ...Banning college students from outdoor walks won’t make them stay inside their dorm rooms for weeks on end. But it probably will increase the chances that they surreptitiously gather indoors. ...“Rules that are really more about showing that you’re doing something versus doing something that’s actually effective” are counterproductive, Marcus told my colleague Ian Prasad Philbrick. “Trust is the currency of public health.”
Many people who exercise find it difficult to do so in a mask. “It feels a bit like suffocating,” Shannon Palus wrote in Slate. ...
He should be in jail for life.
the medical community needs to grow a fucking pair and stop this bull shit
WookieMan says(redacted)Sorry about that @Wookieman but they will use every bit of slander they can against sites like this so I have to edit out comments that could be misinterpreted as a call for violence.We have seen what they did to Trump. We cannot expect fairness from Bezos/Biden/China or their Democrat lapdogs.
There are ZERO cases of casual outdoor transmission, worldwide."Worldwide, scientists have not documented ANY instances of outdoor transmission unless people were in close conversation""Covid Absolutism" - NY Times, Feb 12, 2021Outdoor masks are MASK PSYCHOSIS, Hygiene Theater, designed to spread fear.Masks spread bacterial and fungal pneumonia.Take off the mask! Be human! Smile at strangers once again!Join me, take up your own sign!
Oh, and indoor masks are paranoia as well. They're useless and likely more harmful. They're to prevent you from sneezing shit out of your mouth with a cut open human during surgery. Never were they intended to stop a virus. It's a joke. A lie. No doctor before this walked in with a mask on for a routine visit. Why is that knowing you might have the flu? Maybe they're being censored, but the medical community needs to grow a fucking pair and stop this bull shit.
Patrick says Many people who exercise find it difficult to do so in a mask. “It feels a bit like suffocating,” Shannon Palus wrote in Slate. ...It's because she is. Restrict oxygen, concentrate co2, and give mold a dark wet place to grow. I think it's a plot to give as many people as possible bacterial pneumonia and blame it on the flu (cold).
and to force everybody into degrading conformities