Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Confirmed. Exposure to 9/11 Towers Collapse Worsened the Covid Situation in New York

  You all should recall the report I'd done explaining the most probable, sensible reason that the respiratory ailment labeled as Covid 19 hit New Yorkers so hard?

It wasn't because Covid was so deadly. It was because so many New Yorkers had been exposed to the toxic cloud from the multiple towers collapse.  That left their respiratory systems horrendously compromised. It's estimated that more then 400,000 New Yorkers were exposed to the 'air that was safe to breath' ala Christie Todd Whitman

If you don't recall the report it's relinked below

New York: 9/11 Trade Tower Destruction's “Witch’s Brew” Births Covid Fatalities?

Roughly 400,000 people from all walks of life were exposed, for months, to that witches brew. Could anyone have really believed that would not have caused substantive long term  harm? Particularly when a virus that specifically causes respiratory distress comes calling?
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more serious respiratory infections like bronchitis, pneumonia or severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).
 All these exposed individuals with significant reduction in lung function, asthma, chronic bronchitis, inflamed lungs would now be nearly 20 years older. And very likely chronically ill.

Though it should have been obvious to all, it is only now that the msm is acknowledging these inconvenient truths:

Wall Street Journal
When the new coronavirus pandemic hit New York City, New York Police Department Sgt. Raymond Holub stocked up on disinfectants and bleach cleaners, scrubbing surfaces at work four times an hour, washing his hands and keeping a distance from others.

But Covid-19 sickened him and others in his detail in late March. Five months later, he still hasn’t fully recovered, in part because of underlying health problems, including a respiratory condition, from his time spent working 14- to 16-hour shifts at Ground Zero in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Sgt. Holub, 55 years old, is part of a small, particularly vulnerable population of New Yorkers who are ill from 9/11-related conditions and suffered severe illness from the coronavirus. He avoided the hospital, but months later still relies on oxygen. His long-term prognosis remains unclear, and doctors now consider him a long-haul patient, he said. He has been out of work since April 1.

His needing oxygen is more likely tied to his respiratory ailments brought on by exposure to toxic dust and we can't say with any certainty that his reliance on oxygen wasn't in the cards, anyway. 

“My plan was to continue working till I could get kids through college without leaving them in debt,” said Sgt. Holub. “I don’t know if I will be able to do that now.”

Roughly 400,000 New Yorkers—first responders, residents, workers, students and others—were exposed to caustic dust and toxic pollutants in the 9/11 dust-and-debris cloud, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. New Yorkers who survived the attack and the aftermath suffer from dozens of medical conditions ranging from asthma to chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and cancer. These are all dangerous underlying conditions that can make a case of Covid -19 far more serious
Because they have chronic underlying diseases, comorbidities etc.,  Any virus would affect that much more seriously. An influenza virus. A rhino virus. Any of the other coronaviruses. 

I'm a stickler for fact over fiction. Also having a  family member who relies on oxygen. Cold and flu season is a concern every year. No matter the virus in circulation.
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1 comment:

  1. Hi Penny: Agree completely that New Yorkers are at a Covid disadvantage due to 9/11.

    I'm in the slow process of wading through three 4-hour videos of a convention of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth held this past weekend. (In case you're interested, and can find the time.) Warning: The Friday episode has an annoying sound glitch you have to scroll through until the host gets it fixed.)