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COVID-19½
« on: March 27, 2020, 04:36:41 PM »
There is enough good information regarding the COVID-19 or Coronavirus BUT, there is a bigger more sinister threat and that is the degenerate people not only causing havoc with panic buying (absolutely no need for any of it, but also a criminal sinister minded element who also constitute Covid-19½
Youths who think it's a blast to go around in stores deliberately coughing at people and finding it funny (probably doing a TikTok video or FB video), groups of youths who cough and spat at an old man with a walking stick plus the muppet who licked a toilet seat and now has Coronavirus. Click here to view article on seat licker.

As for those who coughed on the eldely man Click here to read and view the coughers.
« Last Edit: March 27, 2020, 04:42:47 PM by Zaphod »
Mess with the Best, Die like the rest.

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COVID-19½ - no coronavirus here.
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2020, 07:11:20 PM »
Turkmenistan fights COVID-19 by banning the word 'coronavirus' The word, and wearing masks in public, is now reportedly illegal.
here is the Article reproduced here and link to original article at bottom.


Turkmenistan's dictator, Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov, is mostly known in the west for being lambasted on Last Week Tonight by John Oliver. He also enjoyed brief internet fame for rapping about the glories of sports and Turkmenistan with his grandson. But now he may have a more enduring legacy: remembered as the nation leader who banned coronavirus. Literally.
The Turkmen president has reacted to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic by banishing the word "coronavirus," according to Reporters Without Borders (RSF). The word has disappeared from viral disease brochures given to schools, hospitals and workplaces by the country's Ministry of Health, reports the Turkmenistan Chronicle, which RSF describes as "one of the few sources of independent information in a country where the government keeps tight control on the media."

"They take away people for any talk about the coronavirus. Special people listen to the conversations in lines, at bus stops, on buses," a journalist at Radio Azatlyk, a station that circumvents press restrictions in the country to broadcast reports on Turkmen and Russian, said of life in the capital city of Ashgabat.
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