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originally posted by: loveguy
a reply to: Gargoyle91
A curiousness behind seeking it out in the jungle, whereby tabs on the indigent may not have been common practice up til now?
Heck, if the news spread the impeachment failure so hard they should spread the word on what justice is sure to follow for such matters.
originally posted by: Alien Abduct
originally posted by: Trueman
This means social distancing is not that good. We need to quarantine the Amazon Rain Forest.
I think we should all each a get a trillion dollar stimulus check, pick a planet and take a 14 day planetcation.
That will do it.
originally posted by: Willtell
They're not remote as we think.
Just like the kid got checked by a modern institution then he or someone near him has had to have interacted with an infected person...
Or we're in the twilight zone.
Just hope the kid gets healed
originally posted by: rikgrimsby
www.survivalinternational.org... it was the yanomami tribe the kid was from.
THIS IS A SNIPET FROM THE LINK
Thousands of gold-miners are now working illegally on Yanomami land, transmitting deadly diseases like malaria and measles and polluting the rivers, fish and forest with mercury. Some Yanomami living in communities near mining hotspots have dangerously high levels of mercury in their bodies.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — The Brazilian government will begin using a plane equipped with body-heat sensors to locate — and protect — uncontacted Indian tribes in the Amazon, officials said Tuesday.... "It will be an excellent new tool that will enable us to help them," Vaz told The Associated Press.