posted on Jun, 13 2009 @ 09:02 AM
reply to post by asala
I'm sorry about your sister (and I know this is a response to another poster- so I'm responding by proxy...).
The good news is that pneumonia, as a secondary infection, is treatable with antibiotics most of the time. Don't forget to boost her immune response
with Vit D, Co Q10, Slippery Elm, Vit C, E, A, , etc.
It astounds me 9and shouldn't) that so many new cases are being reported since the "declaration". Does anyone els think that states and countried
have been holding onto "real" numbers until Level 6? And isn't it just so bloody convenint that Novartis has a vaccine nearly ready, from
Switzerland, land of the WHO????????????????????
I wonder when the REAL numbers will be reported.
in chicago, there is so little traffic, it's eerie. A nornally 2-hour trip of 30 miles into town from the 'burbs is taking 15-20 minutes.
Yesterday morning we counted 24 cars on a main rural highway during rush hour- a street that is regularly so congested it takes 20 minutes to travel 3
or 4 miles.
More people have passed, or are in hospital than we can even count right now, IMO. Has anyone had the same experience?
Blessings to your sister. I hope and pray she will survive to live a full life- a candle is lit at our house for her.