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Thanks for this, @Jim.
This shows the importance of a public-health campaign that tells people how to strengthen their immune systems, because what happens when a person is infected with SARSCoV2 and doesn’t get any symptoms is precisely that their immune system has defeated the bug.
Vitamin C, zinc, iron, bee pollen, nigella seeds, flax seeds, getting lots of sunlight – these are all good for the immune system – and this is not loony talk in the slightest. None of these can be patented and therefore no government campaign recommends them. On the contrary, the “eat five portions of vegetables” a day campaign says that for example half a tin of sugar-soaked baked beans counts as “one of your five a day”. It’s just middle class people wagging their fingers at those who live in rented accommodation, bolstering their prejudiced view that most of the proles only live in squalor because they’re too lazy not to look after themselves.
Second, exercise is extremely important for health. Yet for several months “exercise” for many people was considered only as some kind of “nudge nudge wink wink” excuse that you might give to a policeman as a reason for your being outside your house.
Third, people are wearing cloth masks which are next to useless as prevention against their inhaling viruses, the holes in the material being far bigger than the holes in tissue masks. (Viruses are a lot smaller than bacteria.) They should ask why cloth masks aren’t used in hospitals.
Every way you look at it, most aspects of the changes that have been imposed since March 2020 to “protect public health” have been garbage.