ANIMALS CAN CATCH COVID-19
According to the University of California Davis, the following are some of the many species of animals which can catch covid-19:
Cows, sheep, pigs, horses, and deer, all of which species are raised or hunted, (horses are eaten in many countries), chimps, gorillas, giant anteaters, dolphins, dogs, alligators, cats, Siberian tigers etc. Far
EPIDEMICS CAUSED BY EATING ANIMAL, BIRD, OR FISH FLESH
We know that a number of epidemics and hundreds if not thousands of diseases have been caused by the eating
of animals. The United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) traced the DNA of socalled Spanish flu post WWI to a Tennessee butchered pig. HIV's source was the
eating of monkey meat in Zaire, Zambia and elsewhere. Smallpox was originally called cow pox or kine pox
Chickenpox came from the eating of infected chickens. VJCD in humans is a result of the consumption of cows with
bovine spongiform encephalopathy (Mad Cow). Avian flu originated in eating infected chickens. Swine flu
was traced to the consumption of pigs, etc. etc.
VIRUSES GROWN IN CONTAMINATED CULTURES
It is also true that vaccines grown in cultures contaminated by animal ingredients from infected animals, decayed cadaver parts etc. have had toxic side effects. These vaccine viruses have been cultured in materials such
as eggs (which account for nearly half the food poisoning fatalities annually), cells from African green monkeys,
mouse brain cells pulverized, broth made from cow flesh etc.
DECEPTIVE NAMES FOR ANIMAL INGREDIENTS
In addition are the hundreds of ingredients from monkeys, cows, pigs, sheep, sharks, horseshoe crabs and many other species
with deceptive names such as lipase which is derived from the severed tongues of slaughtered baby animals: calves or lambs or magnesium stearate's origin is cows or pigs.
SOME OF THE VACCINE INGREDIENTS DERIVED FROM COWS
Cow milk is a source of amino acids, and sugars such as galactose. Cow tallow derivatives used in vaccine manufacture include glycerol. Gelatin and some amino acids come from cow bones. Cow skeletal muscle is used to prepare broths used in certain complex media. Many difficult to grow microorganisms and the cells that are used to propagate viruses require the addition of serum from blood to the growth media." Source: FDA
SLAUGHTERHOUSES HAVE VERY HIGH PERCENTAGES OF INFECTED WORKERS
Smithfield began in Virginia. Smithfield expanded to Germany, Romania, Poland, Mexico, and the UK as well. It is the largest pig slaughtering company in the world and was bought by the Chinese corporation WH Group.
Smithfield slaughterhouses in the US have had high concentrations of workers with
the virus. It is possible that a Smithfield executive or plant manager could have brought the covid-19 from China to other countries. Other slaughterhouses such as Tyson's, JBS, the largest cowkilling company in the world, a Brazilian company, and poultry abbatoirs also have high rates of covid-19 infection.
Smithfield's Sioux Falls South Dakota plant was the epicenter of covid-19 for quite a while.
Coronavirus at Smithfield pork plant: The untold story of America's biggest outbreak
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-52311877 It was fined by OSHA for failure to protect workers.
(Republican senators have
introduced legislation to give slaughterhouse and other employers
immunity from lawsuits by families of workers killed by the virus or by injured workers.
Smithfield-owned Farmer John in Vernon California was fined for failing to protect workers from the virus.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases at NC Smithfield Foods plant ...
TAR HEEL, N.C. (WAVY) - The Bladen County Health Department confirms positive cases of COVID-19 at the Smithfield Foods plant in Tar Heel, North Carolina.
If someone is given the wrong blood type in a transfusion, the result can be in some cases anaphylactic shock. Is it possible that vaccines containing blood
of another species could cause anaphylactic shock?
If droplets can last on surfaces, they can also last on slaughterhouse still living animals
or cadavers' flesh, transmitted by coughing, sneezing or touching butchers.
If we are told to wash our hands (human flesh) frequently to avoid the virus, is it possible that slaughterhouse workers' hands could transmit covid-19 to meat? Since cows, sheep, pigs, deer and horses
can catch covid-19, what happens when infected farm or hunted animals are butchered? Can the meat transmit the virus to human