Are you healthy, but contagious?

  • FLATTEN THE CURVE
  • STAY SAFE AT HOME
  • SOCIALLY DISTANCE
  • WEAR A MASK
  • STOP THE SPREAD
  • SAVE LIVES

If you & I had COVID-19 and happened to be showing symptoms, of course we would do everything to protect others.

Yet, what if we were ASYMPTOMATIC?

The hysteria surrounding COVID-19 is not about distancing from sick people, it is about staying away from those pesky asymptomatic people that spread the virus.

100% of COVID craziness is because of asymptomatic people. No one is wearing a mask because they are afraid of obviously sick people who have fevers and flu-like symptoms. The hysteria surrounding COVID-19 has to do with the uncertainty of who actually has the virus and is not obviously infected.

Federal health officials, Governors, and Mayors have a superpower of control and that is the idea of asymptomatic transmission. They keep telling us that many “healthy looking” people are COVID positive and they are spreading the virus.

They keep saying that there is no way to know who has COVID, so stay home and stay safe. If we are afraid, we will obey.

STOP BEING AFRAID!

ASYMPTOMATIC TRANSMISSION is not supported by science.

NO SYMPTOMS = NOT CONTAGIOUS

What would the world look like right now if everyone knew that only the obviously sick people were spreading COVID-19?

What would the economy look like if there were no reported cases of infection from an asymptomatic COVID patient?

What would Sunday morning look like if your Pastor knew the science behind the infectivity of COVID and people without symptoms?

Why do signs in public places instruct us to stay home if we have symptoms?

The DATA is the DATA.

Stop being afraid and live your life. Avoid sick people and be a human again. Study and don’t be afraid.


“We have a number of reports from countries who are doing very detailed contact tracing. They’re following asymptomatic cases, they’re following contacts and they’re not finding secondary transmission onward. It’s very rare and much of that is not published in the literature.” – W.H.O. June 2020

https://www.who.int/…/who-audio-emergencies-coronavirus-pre…


“455 contacts who were exposed to the asymptomatic COVID-19 virus carrier became the subjects of our research… In summary, all the 455 contacts were excluded from SARS-CoV-2 infection and we conclude that the infectivity of some asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 carriers might be weak… The result of this study may alleviate parts of the public concern about asymptomatic infected people.” – EPHEC May 2020

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7219423/

“There are few reports of laboratory-confirmed cases who are truly asymptomatic, and to date, there has been no documented asymptomatic transmission.” – W.H.O. April 2020


https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/situation-reports/20200402-sitrep-73-covid-19.pdf?sfvrsn=5ae25bc7_6&fbclid=IwAR13AvcXkzj7Cn4rnBfc8r1bAuCnvovSCj_KQkCiWbtc4MGOOABjEjoJ3Vc

“Person-to-person transmission has been demonstrated, but, to our knowledge, transmission of the novel coronavirus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) from an asymptomatic carrier with normal chest computed tomography (CT) findings has not been reported.” – JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION February 2020

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2762028

“While many of the research studies highlighted in this review have supported asymptomatic and presymptomatic transmission, these studies have been inadequate to ascertain the contribution of asymptomatic and presymptomatic transmission in the spread of SARS-CoV-2 infection.”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7310638/

Read this article to learn more: WHY BE AFRAID OF COVID?

5 thoughts on “Are you healthy, but contagious?”

  1. Hey, not to be weird, but I left a comment here a while ago and notice it wasn’t approved. Did I break a rule?

    1. No rules broken, not weird to ask.

      I just didn’t approve your post out of saving you from embarrassment. Your argument was backed by a link that offered zero empirical data and referred to projections and “modeling reports.”

      If you post a future comment that offers actual data as opposed to a supposition, I will be happy to approve it and respond.

      Thank you for understanding.

  2. Bill, I appreciate the sentiment, but I don’t mind being embarrassed if it leads to the truth. If I’m wrong about these pre-symptomatic cases, I want to know it, just as I’m sure you feel the same way. I know you get a lot of troll mobs after you on this, but we are both sincerely seeking the truth.

    I quoted four sources, the first one being the one that you used in the original article, i.e. the April 2020 WHO report.

    The second source, Furukawa (2020) is not based on projection modeling but 21 independent, directly observed case studies of asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic transmission cases.

    The third source, Arons (2020) likewise is not based on projection modeling but a direct observational case study in asymptomatic and presymptomatic transmission in a nursing home. Admittedly, the data reporting is not the best as it is contingent on nurses’ recollections.

    The only source that used any significant level of projection modeling is Wei (2020), which, as I mentioned in my comment, was the primary basis for the April WHO report that you cited.

    It was on the basis of these (and other) reports that I suggested the central claim of your article (“only the obviously sick people [are] spreading COVID-19”) is an overstatement of the data. A better representation is that COVID carriers become more contagious as symptoms develop.

    Would you mind elaborating which of these sources is problematic and why the April WHO report is wrong in its assessment?

    ———–
    Sources
    Wei, et al. (2020) “Presymptomatic Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 — Singapore, January 23–March 16, 2020”.

    Furukawa, et al. (2020) “Evidence Supporting Transmission of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 While Presymptomatic or Asymptomatic”. Emerging infectious diseases, 26(7), e201595. https://doi.org/10.3201/eid2607.201595.

    Arons, M. M., Hatfield, K. M., Reddy, S. C., Kimball, A., James, A., Jacobs, J. R., … & Tanwar, S. (2020). Presymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections and transmission in a skilled nursing facility. New England journal of medicine. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2008457

    April WHO report (cited in original article): “The incubation period for COVID-19, which is the time between exposure to the virus (becoming infected) and symptom onset, is on average 5-6 days, however can be up to 14 days. During this period, also known as the “presymptomatic” period, some infected persons can be contagious. *Therefore, transmission from a pre-symptomatic case can occur before symptom onset*. In a small number of case reports and studies, pre-symptomatic transmission has been documented through contact tracing efforts and enhanced investigation of clusters of confirmed cases. [12-17]. This is supported by data suggesting that some people can test positive for COVID-19 from 1-3 days before they develop symptoms. [6,16] Thus, it is possible that people infected with COVID-19 could transmit the virus before significant symptoms develop. It is important to recognize that pre-symptomatic transmission still requires the virus to be spread via infectious droplets or through touching contaminated surfaces.”

    1. Bill, I don’t know why you’re so scared to approve dissenting comments, especially given your strong advocacy of free speech. I think a better name for your website would be “Ready, Set, Question Everyone Except Me”.

    2. Thanks for posting.

      Sorry for the delay, I just moved my family out of Los Angeles because of the rise in filth due to the homeless crisis, the COVID craziness, and the BLM inspired riots. California Dreamin’ is dead and it is now more accurately described as California Leavin’. Needless to say, I was occupied with the transition.

      Getting back to your comments… again, the source links you provided in your response are inconclusive.

      The first states that no study was actually done, there was only a search for validating evidence to support asymptomatic transmission. Of which, was then supported by modeling… aka projections not empirical testing. 🙁

      The second source link stated that asymptomatic patients “most likely contributed to transmission.” “Most likely” is an assumption that is nonrepresentational of data derived from real-world testing.

      The third source from WHO states nothing conclusive, yet claims “it is POSSIBLE that people infected with COVID-19 COULD transmit the virus before significant symptoms develop.” “Possible” & “Could” are far from real-world data. This kind of language is “fear mongering” people into submission.

      Thankfully, the original post of mine shows real-world studies that offer real data, feel free to re-read if necessary.

      Also, before we moved, myself and many of my friends had been attending Jack Hibbs’ church in Chino Hills California. 3,500 unmasked people, worshiping God, standing shoulder to shoulder, week after week, and this real-world data shows no mass death due to COVID.

      The reality of the COVID situation confirms my article.

      Much love & Godspeed,
      William (Not Bill)

      PS – Here’s a video
      https://photos.app.goo.gl/TZh2nXEoPdtDSr459

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