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Sure ain't gonna be the diehards.....
By:  Paul (Moderators; 67956)
Posted on: 03-23-2020 07:23.
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No words.


    At the March 20 meeting of the Okeechobee County Commissioners, Commissioner Bryant Culpepper referenced a program he said he saw on One American News Network about the coronavirus.

    “One of the things that was pointed out in this interview with one of the foremost doctors who has studied the coronavirus said that the nasal passages and the nasal membranes are the coolest part of the body. That’s why the virus tends to go there until it then becomes healthy enough to go into the lungs.

    “This sound really goofy, and it did to me too, but it works,” he explained. “Once the temperature reaches 136 degrees Fahrenheit, the virus falls apart, it disintegrates.

    “I said how would you get the temperature up to 136 degrees? The answer was you use a blow dryer. You hold a blow dryer up to your face and you inhale through your nose and it kills all the viruses in your nose.

    “So that sounds like a really simplified way of doing things, but sometimes the cures for these diseases are very simple.

    “Also, if you are worried about it going into your lungs, because that’s where it goes to turn into pneumonia, you can put a pan of water on the stove until it turns into steam and inhale it. It sounds too easy, but at this point, it’s worth trying,” he continued.

    “There is lots of misinformation out there,” said Tiffany Collins of the Okeechobee County Health Department. She said people should rely on the advice of their own doctors and not something they see online.

    Commissioner Culpepper said the OAN cable television program “is the new Fox News if you want to know the truth,” he said.


https://lakeokeechobeenews.com/government/okeechobee-county-commission-suggests-ways-to-combat-covid-19-virus/



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