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    Avoid contagion….

    Virus not living organism, But a protein molecule (dna) covered by a protective layer of lipd (fat) which when absorbed by the cells of the ocular, nasal or buccal mucosa changes their genetic code  (mutation) and convert them into aggressor abd multiplier cells.

    Since virus not a living organism but a protein molecule it is not kilked but decays on its own. The disintegration time depends on the temperature, humidity and  type of material where it lies.

    Virus is very fragile and only thing that protects ut us thin outer layer if fat. That is why aby soap or detergents is best remedy because the foam cuts the fat, that why need 20 seconds or more to make a lot of foam. By dissolving the fat layer  molecule disperses and breaks down on own.

    Heat melts fat, why good  to use water above 25 degrees celsius for washing hands, clothes and everything. In addition hot water makes more foam and makes it more useful.

    Alcohol or any nixture over 65% DISSOLVES Any fat, especially the external lipid of the virus.

    Any mix with 1 part bleach  and  5 parts water directly dissolves the protein breaks it down from the inside.

    Oxygenated water helps long after soap alcohol and chlorine because oeroxide dissolves the virus protein but u have to use it pure and it hurts your skin

    The virus is not a living  organism like bacteria they can not kill what is nit akive with anthobiotics but quickly disintegrate it structure with everythibg said. ( NO BACTERICIDE SERVES)

    NEVER SHAKE  ysed or unused clothing sheets or cloths. While it glued to a porus surface it is very inert and disintegrates only between 3 hours. (Fabric and porus). 4 hours copper, 24 hours cardboard, 42 hours metal  72 hours plastic.  But if u shake it or use feather duster,  the virus molecules float in air for up to 3 hours and can lodge in your nose.

    Virus remains very stable in external cold, or as air conditioners in house and cars. Need moisture to stay stable, and darkness. Dehumified, dry, warm and bright environment will degrade it faster.

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    PART 11

    UV LIGHT on any object that may contain it breaks down virus protein.

    Virus can not go thru healthy skin

    Vinegar in not useful because it does not break down protective layer of fat

    NO SPIRITS NOR VODKA SERVES. STRONGEST VODKA IS 40% alcohol and you need 65% .

    Wash your hands before and after touching mucosa, food, locks, knobs, switches, remote control, cell phone, watches, computers, desks, t v. And using bathroom.

    You have to humidify hands dry from so much washing them, because the molecules can hide in micro cracks. Thicker moisturizer the better.

    Keep your nails short so virus not hide there.

    Hope this helps you all some.



    P s. Sorry for some typos on part 1. So after late to edit. Giggles. Heck it late. Typing fast.

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    Do not care about the typos you got your point across you care.

    Which is a great help 2 us all.

    Thanks Linda.

    Keep us updated every little helps.

    The more information the better.


    Stay the fck in SAVE LIVES help the NHS.

    Wee know what you are alfie.


    Omg just heard on news A Tiger in the bronx zoo has virus.


    Have you got a link you could post linda hun.

    About the bronx tiger with Covid 19.

    Keep up the good work linda you are a true asset to this site.

    A real genuine and caring lady.


    Stay the fck in SAVE LIVES help the NHS.

    Wee know what you are alfie.


    Omg just heard on news A Tiger in the bronx zoo has virus.

    Fook me I’m going to avoid contact with tigers from now on 😐

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    Stay the fck in SAVE LIVES help the NHS.

    Wee know what you are alfie.


    Said zookeeper gave it to tiger and few other animals. Not stating the others with virus.

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    Now we know why old thin ice is avoiding tigers.

    Thanks for clarifying that for us linda hun.

    Stay safe hun x


    Stay the fck in SAVE LIVES help the NHS.

    Wee know what you are alfie.

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