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All these “ scientists “ that are playing with these diseases need to be tried for crimes against humanity
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. Some coronaviruses cause cold-like illnesses in people, while others cause illness in certain types of animals, such as cattle, camels, and bats. Some coronaviruses, such as canine and feline coronaviruses, infect only animals and do not infect people.
Although many of us might not have heard of coronaviruses before 2019, these viruses are not new to the world. They belong to a large family of hundreds of viruses that have been on scientist’s radar for a long time. Most of these viruses reside in animal reservoirs like pigs, camels, bats, or cats. Despite the world’s familiarity with different types of coronaviruses, COVID-19 is known as a “novel” coronavirus. This means that, although this virus has existed in animals for some time, it has only recently been identified through an animal-to-human transition. 🤔 just like AIDS
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Tested positive today
i have covid rn but i have no symptoms B)
The world should know the truth hahaha
I’m right now isolating at home so no school
Theyre not spikes theyre horns
Yea like aids
le coronavirus a flippé en voyant poutine il est parti
I didn't know a body could work against itself so effeciantly.
2:10 – 4:30
I wonder…. Does the release of co2 into the alveoli displace the oxygen in the alveoli, forcing it under pressure into the capillaries? If this is true, when holding your breathe do we see an increase of co2 in the blood stream because we are reabsorbing co2 from within the alveoli or from buildup without exhaust? Or… is the oxygen somehow simply absorbed? If absorbed, how? Is the release of co2 causing an effect like squeezing a sponge before it can absorb a liquid? Ill ponder.