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Farting in Elevator

More than one of every 10 people with COVID-19 develop diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting, and these symptoms may be a key driver of disease spread, an analysis published by JAMA Network Open says. While just 12 percent of patients infected with the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, experience these gastrointestinal symptoms, more than 40 percent of them shed virus – meaning, they’re contagious – via feces, the researchers said.

Clinicians from the Institute of Infectious Diseases at Beijing Ditan Hospital, Capital Medical University found that some patients had positive real-time fluorescence polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test results for SARS-CoV-2 in the sputum or feces after the pharyngeal swabs became negative. The CDC is unclear on this point – they give the standard answer – we don’t know. So it is clear there must be a connection to feces and COVID-19. Right Wire Report poses a question what about passing gas? Would not the passed gas be just full of the Coronavirus?

Snopes seems to try to answer this question: Does Farting Negate the Use of Masks to Prevent COVID-19? They give their answer as false. However, when reading their report, they seem to be only concerned with water droplets and trying to support the idea of the ongoing masks mandate happening globally. Passed gas water droplets, they cite, can not pass through your denim jeans. With this logic, would not face masks too only be useful to stop droplets and not airborne COVID-19? This would indicate that a simple barrier, face shields to stop water droplets, is all that is needed to stop COVID-19 when breathing.

In Fauci’s own statements, he describes how Coronavirus airborne gases fall closely in line with the updated guidance from the World Health Organization, which acknowledged on July 9 that the Coronavirus was capable of airborne spread instead of solely through large droplets passed by sneezing or coughing. So do we really understand well airborne Coronavirus? See here more information about the physical size of Coronavirus vs. commonly known smells like smoke and perfume.

Before we continue and all joking aside, it might be interesting to understand better the passing gas in humans. Here are some key factoids:

  • You produce about 0.5 to 1.5 liters of gas per day and expel it in 10 to 20 farts – that’s a lot.
  • 99 percent of the gas you produce does not smell – so one would not know if you are a Coronavirus super spreader.
  • Gum and soda can make you fart more – perhaps a soda ban?
  • Yes, you can light a fart on fire – indicating their strength.
  • No, you can’t hold in a fart until it disappears.
  • Starving your fart-producing bacteria is not a good idea.

We have all been there. Standing in an enclosed elevator in a small group, not speaking, and everyone in the elevator smells it – someone just passed gas. Eeweee …  Don’t light a match if it was a big one. No doubt that you are breathing in deeply the potentially Coronavirus infected air. What can be done?

As pointed out before, feces can hold Coronavirus and it is not enough to just stop water droplets. This leads us to believe that perhaps new WHO/CDC recommendations may be forthcoming. Yes, you heard it here first – BUTT SHIELDS may be coming to a nanny government near you. Or perhaps N95 panties (undershorts for men). Or at the very least a “No, bare-bottom farting” mandate, right? Gone are the days of “Going commando” in this brave new world. Does this make any sense? Does it make any more sense than the information we have been given about, face shields, and N95 face masks? 

 RWR original article syndication source.

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All I can do is shake my head. When is this going to stop? I have never seen so much crazy talk in my life!