Skagit Valley Chorale and 1977 Alaska Airlines - claimed anecdotally as aerosol transmission

Steven Avery

Administrator
Skagit Valley Chorale
https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2020-03-29/coronavirus-choir-outbreak


While all of this was going on, members of our group started to feel ill. By Saturday, March 14, there were six people who were feverish or otherwise not well. They were in communication with each other, and several of those people got tested. By Monday, the 16th, twenty people had symptoms and we had the first positive test result. By Monday evening, 24 were ill, some of whom attended the rehearsal on March 10, some who had only attended on March 3, and some of whom did not attend either rehearsal.

. By Tuesday evening March 17, we had 3 confirmed positive tests. One of our members, who is an MD, volunteered to interface with the County Health Department. The Health Department was provided with our member roster, and contacted every person in the group, regardless of whether they attended rehearsals on the 3rd and/or the 10th, and regardless of whether they were having symptoms. Each person was questioned in depth and received advice about what to do. By Friday, the 20th, we had 10 confirmed cases, and today, we know of at least 21 confirmed positives and 30 people (members and significant others) who are ill. This is a virulent and serious disease, whose symptoms and devastation are still unknown and impossible for us manage.

Sadly, one of our members died yesterday, and we have another who is hospitalized in serious condition. Out of respect to family members, we will not be providing names of those affected. The Health Department has that information, and we hope it can be used to advance the understanding and treatment of this serious illness. We urge everyone to practice social distancing, to isolate yourself for your own safety and that of others, and to stay in contact with your health care provider and/or the Health Department. This is a medical crisis that is all around us, and each person needs to do his or her part to help prevent further illness and deaths.
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Carole Rae Woodmansee - also claims other choirs

PIC
 
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Steven Avery

Administrator
Steven
All based on the myth of aerosol droplet transmission.
Fully debunked even in 1918 in the study of so-called Spanish Flu transmission. GIGO
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Why do you think aerosol droplet transmission is a myth? Here is an article from 'Indoor Air' where they look at the Skagit Valley Chorale super-spreader event. Impossible to draw a seating chart where the people that got sick are within a six-foot radius:
Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 by inhalation of respiratory aerosol in the Skagit Valley Chorale superspreading event
scholar.colorado.edu
https://t.co/TzWvGS2Zq8?amp=1

Steven
One of the major fallacies is post hoc ergo propter hoc. And nobody is given that worthless PCR before. Beyond that, there is the lemming syndrome, where people get a worthless test, maybe have a cough and then the hospital does iatrogenic murder, as with the ventilators.
https://twitter.com/TrisagionSeraph
Fredericka
Please explain how the people who attended that choir rehearsal could possibly have gotten ill, if this disease can't be spread by small droplets.
Steven

A bit of hysteria and confirmation bias. Nobody was tested beforehand. Supposedly 26 of 26 tested positive, which would indicate a rigged cycle count on the PCR. One lady, 81, "died suddenly". The other who passed, 83, looks 50 in her pic. More to come.

2) If a connection to the singing, it could involve bad air, food, 5G or other factors. Big IF. Once hysteria begins, any cough can be "symptom". It appears second lady, 83, was killed by ventilator murder. All very interesting. They included folks not in either rehearsal.

3) Occasionally an article will be honest ... and relate this flying unicorn mythical aerosol transmission from healthy people with no symptoms at all - as a "theory". The narrative has many difficulties.
Fredericka
5G? Okay...
Steven
If a person is actually investigating, they look at any change or condition in the church that might be relevant. And they question the narrative as a whole, knowing the power of hysteria and suggestion. Are you sick? Well I did cough early this AM. A little chilled.
 
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Steven Avery

Administrator
(2020-03) Skagit Valley - 60 people - 3 weeks - 45 diagnosed "testing positive or symptoms" (all 28 tested + 17 with symptons)- 3 hospitalized - 2 dead 83 year old Nancy "Nikki Hamilton" dies in 3 days in hosptial ventilator? - also alto in her 80s- asymptomatic -
1977 Alaska Airlines 35 of 49 flu symptoms no ventilations
 
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