Volume 28, Number 12—December 2022

Probable Aerosol Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 through Floors and Walls of Quarantine Hotel, Taiwan, 2021

Hsin-Yi Wei, Cheng-Ping Chang, Ming-Tsan Liu, Jung-Jung Mu, Yu-Ju Lin, Yu-Tung Dai, and Chia-ping Su
Author affiliations: Taiwan Centers for Disease Control, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taipei, Taiwan (H.-Y. Wei, M.-T. Liu, J.-J. Mu, Y.-J. Lin, C.-p. Su); Chang Jung Christian University, Tainan, Taiwan (C.-P. Chang, Y.-T. Dai)


We investigated a cluster of SARS-CoV-2 infections in a quarantine hotel in Taiwan in December 2021. The cluster involved 3 case patients who lived in nonadjacent rooms on different floors. They had no direct contact during their stay. By direct exploration of the space above the room ceilings, we found residual tunnels, wall defects, and truncated pipes between their rooms. We conducted a simplified tracer-gas experiment to assess the interconnection between rooms. Aerosol transmission through structural defects in floors and walls in this poorly ventilated hotel was the most likely route of virus transmission. This event demonstrates the high transmissibility of Omicron variants, even across rooms and floors, through structural defects. Our findings emphasize the importance of ventilation and integrity of building structure in quarantine facilities.


Why Spike Protein Causes Abnormal, Foot-Long Blood Clots, 200 Symptoms

In this two-part paper, we aim to give an overview on COVID-19 related abnormal blood clots, how they form, how to detect them early, and how they’re being treated
Nov 5 2022
Physicians have summarized a list of unusual clinical observations of COVID-19 including but not limited to severely hypoxic (low oxygen) patients despite relatively normal lung compliance upon examination, thrombotic complications, and consistent autopsy findings of blood clots (thrombi) in the microcirculation of the lung.

Spike Proteins trigger the clotting cascade

Spike Protein dysregulates RAAS, and competitively inhibits the bindings of antithrombin and heparin cofactor II, worsening the clotting

Spike Proteins directly disrupt the clot dissolving mechanism

Spike Proteins form amyloid-Like substance

The experimental COVID gene-therapy injections contain the spike protein and have caused clotting

Since blood vessels are in all our organs, clotting in the vessels would explain the wide range of symptoms experienced

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Not to be Captain Obvious, but hopefully the knowledge that COVID can pass through floors and walls and consists of a spike protein that causes low oxygen and breathlessness, clearly shows the worthlessness and indeed danger of mask usage since masks also cause hypoxia.

Don’t get me wrong. There are times to wear a mask for short periods of time, like when you are restoring furniture and kicking up saw dust when using a sander, or when you are dealing with scary chemicals that could damage your lungs. Please, by all means, wear a mask when you are participating in such endeavors!

However, if you still are under the false belief that a mask can stop a virus smaller than the pores in the mask, you are following pseudoscience and propaganda. Throw those suckers away and breathe. Deeply.

What the study should have emphasized is the fact you can not stop viruses. Period. They simply must run their course through a population. What you can productively do is make yourself a tougher target by taking appropriate action for creating a healthy immune system. You can also be prepared with safe, effective, cheap treatments to take early on, should you become ill.

Corrupt public health has made this quite difficult if not impossible by censoring, banning, and maligning anything that competes with their lucrative, vested interests with Big Pharma. These corrupt public health agencies have successfully frightened the public into taking an expensive, experimental, ineffective, and a dangerous gene therapy shot they own half the patent on.

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For more on how to protect against and treat COVID:

Live free and breathe deeply.

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