It's quite ingenious if it can be done. I'm no scientist but I don't think it would be hard to contaminate a few hundred bills. Go to a few
restaurants or whatever and use the cash and the job is done.
Or TPTB could just use this as a excuse to make us move to plastic money. Who knows what those fools will do next.
Money, doorknobs, air, Public transport, shoppingmalls and everything else that contains any human beings or requires any human action is able to
spread some kind of disease. Let's do away with every one of those things and hide in the basement within a sterile bubble behind our pc's, should
Bacteria and viruses require warmth and moisture to survive, so money is pretty inhospitable for them and a poor vector. The NWO might like you to
think that cash is risky, but only so they can do away with it completely and force you to use a card (or sub-dermal chip) for all transactions.
A large public hospital, where I used to work, swabbed the patient data boards which hang at the end of patient's beds and are handled by numerous
hospital staff on a number of occasions. Each time this was done following unusually high spread rates for pathogens. They always came up clean.
Of note however was that hospitals where air conditioning systems are present have much higher incidences of pathogen spread than those without.
I'd have thought that the initial contact at the exchange of money would be the most likely point of the transfer of germs.
Handling money in a restaurant or retail situation would be equivalent to shaking hands with 100s of people of a day.
Retail workers or money handlers should probably wear latex gloves for safety.
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