Animal Crackers in Our Soup; Covid-19 Fragments, in Our Poop! By Brian Simpson

Ok, here comes the next wave of craziness as Covid fragments are discovered in our poop. Now who has the delightful job of wading through the sewage farm hunting for virus fragments? Some poor young science student, in rubber boots, with a magnifying glass?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8981021/COVID-19-Dozens-Sydney-suburbs-alert-coronavirus-fragments-sewage.html?ito=push-notification&ci=54218&si=12817605

“Nearly 40 Sydney suburbs have been put on high alert after COVID-19 fragments were found in a sewage catchment.

Around 180,000 people from 39 suburbs have been urged to get tested if they display symptoms of COVID-19 after fragments of the disease were found in Liverpool, NSW Health reported.

The alert comes as New South Wales reported 29 days without a mysterious coronavirus case, and 17 days without any community transmission.

Suburbs on alert include Bardia, Hinchinbrook, Hoxton Park, Abbotsbury, Ingleburn, Prestons, Holsworthy, Edmondson Park, Austral, Cecil Park, Cecil Hills, Elizabeth Hills, Bonnyrigg Heights and Edensor Park.

Other suburbs such as Green Valley, Pleasure Point, Casula, Hammondville, Liverpool, Moorebank, Wattle Grove, Miller, Cartwright, Lurnea, Warwick Farm, Chipping Norton, Voyager Point and Macquarie Links have also been identified as areas of concern.”

Why exactly is this a problem? Wouldn’t it be the case if there was an issue here, there would be active cases?

 

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Tuesday, 16 July 2024

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