Monthly Archives: July 2020

Associated Press admits “light” and “disinfectant” DO WORK to combat the Corona Virus

Subways sparkle, but does cleaning decrease COVID-19 risk?

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Mass transit systems around the world have taken unprecedented — and expensive — steps to curb the spread of the coronavirus, including New York shutting down its subways overnight and testing powerful ultraviolet lamps to disinfect seats, poles and floors.

The cleaning measures produced something commuters have not seen in a while, or possibly ever: thousands of freshly scrubbed cars that look, feel and even smell clean. But experts say those steps solve only part of the problem, and transit officials are studying more advanced methods that might someday automatically disinfect transit systems around the clock.

The Moscow Metro and a public bus company in Shanghai have experimented with germ-killing ultraviolet light. Agencies in Hungary and the Czech Republic have tried using ozone gas as a disinfectant. The public transit system in Dallas tested a “dry fogging” system, and Hong Kong used a robot that sprays a hydrogen peroxide solution, according to a survey by international engineering and professional services firm WSP.

In Chicago, rail cars are cleaned every day before starting service and are prowled at night by crews wearing backpack-style electrostatic sprayers that cover all interior surfaces with disinfectant.

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WKMG is named for Katharine Meyer Graham and is the local Washington Post television station in Orlando, Florida

WKMG Content Disabled: Man in famous 9/11 photo dies from COVID-19 in Florida

Man in famous 9/11 photo dies from COVID-19 in Florida


DELRAY BEACH, Fla. – A man photographed fleeing smoke and debris as the south tower of the World Trade Center crumbled just a block away on Sept. 11, 2001, has died from coronavirus, his family said.

The Palm Beach Post reported that Stephen Cooper, an electrical engineer from New York who lived part-time in the Delray Beach, Florida area, died March 28 at Delray Medical Center due to COVID-19. He was 78.


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The censor took issue with:

“Stephen Cooper, an electrical engineer from New York who lived part-time in the Delray Beach, Florida area, died March 28 at Delray Medical Center due to COVID-19. He was 78.”

Well, first of all he was 78.

Secondly, the idol of the left, The Guardian, has reported over 10,000 people (many of them firemen and police officers) became sick from exposure to the asbestos and other toxic substances that came. pouring down in Manhattan on September 11, 2001. Over 1,000 have died.

Corporate media reported Annie Glenn, widow of astronaut and Keating Five senator John Glenn, died at the age of 101 “of Corona Virus.” I mean…come on…really?

This is merely following the CDC’s own “guidelines” to report every person who dies with the Corona Virus, Influenza or Pneumonia inside their body as dying OF that disease.

A lot of people are going to be unhappy when the cops up in Minneapolis are acquitted when the medical examiner reports George Floyd died of COVID.

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Orlando, Florida’s WKMG-TV (Channel 6) uses the same “moderation” service, Viafoura, as the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. As such, comments will be removed not for any actual breach of WKMG’s rules, but for violating the safe space of the censor.