Which gives credence to the heart damage concerns some doctors have expressed for athletes. (Subject to debate)
But conference doctors are like expert trial witnesses. The PAC and BIG needed those other doctors.
The analogy of it breaking into your house then letting everyone else in is accurate.
This theorizes about it from a circulatory and pulmonary side. Then there is the diabetes part and how it affects it in the body.
I was not aware that the nose had the most receptors. I wondered about masks and how too many people have the mask below their nose thus leaving the most vulnerable part exposed.
I have not seen much data on risks but what is the role of public restrooms and the spread.
Universitys are checking sewage to check for the virus and has been used to catch a Hotspot.
Live virus is passed in a person’s stool.
Public restroom toilets have been tested and shows they can aresolize toilet water up to three feet in the air.
It seems to be an ideal combination to spread it…live virus, sprayed in the air, and masks below the nose in a confined space.
With that scenario where do most people use public restrooms?
Not at the grocery stores.
Bars…sporting events…concerts…lol where ever there is a lot of drinking.
Might explain why bars became super spreaders sites. You don’t have to wear a mask while drinking but I am guessing no one is enforcing it while using a restroom.
To paraphrase…lol…”If I smell it…who dealt it?”.