Great news! You won't have to be burdened by pandemic participation anymore.
You know what was different (among other things) about the Covid-19 RESPIRATORY pandemic?
The implementation of fascism Covid would’ve gone way smoother if that pesky “participation burden” wasn’t there.
Using wastewater to understand community infection rates is a passive method that has the benefit of capturing inputs from an entire community without a participation burden. WBE has been used to gain insight into community infection rates of non-enveloped viruses including poliovirus, (4) norovirus, (5) and hepatitis A, (6) which are excreted in stool of infected individuals and transmitted via the fecal–oral route.
→fecal-oral route = not aerosolized, right? ←
Widespread implementation of WBE since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic shows strong associations between SARS-CoV-2 RNA in wastewater influent (7−9) and settled solids (10−12) and laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 incidence rates. Although COVID-19 is primarily a respiratory disease, SARS-CoV-2 RNA is excreted in stool of those infected. (13−15)To date, WBE has not been used to provide information on infection rates of other respiratory viral diseases such as RSV.(source)
Wastewater testing hasn’t been used for other respiratory viruses, but lucky for us, Covid was different! It’s a rare unicorn that is inhaled and then magically ends up in your stomach and comes out your ass. Amazing!
(I know, I know, many people had GI symptoms with Covid….which I will address in another post)
Innovations in the field of wastewater surveillance have demonstrated its potential to detect and track COVID-19 levels through monitoring sewage. This technique takes advantage of the fact that SARS-CoV-2 replicates in the digestive system and can be shed in high quantities, often before symptoms appear. This provides a way to monitor infections at the population level that is cheaper and less labor-intensive than community-wide testing systems.
Replicates in the digestive tract??? After you inhale it? Remind me about the lung-stomach tract again…I’m not familiar.
Maybe that’s a thing though.
Wastewater surveillance of the omicron variant suggested to researchers that it was more transmissible than any of the variants that preceded it based on the rapidity with which it replaced the delta variant as the dominant variant infecting communities around the globe. This prompted researchers to start studying what made this strain more problematic. In addition, the CDC can now reach out and give hospitals advanced warning when a surge is expected in their area, so that the hospital can prepare sufficient equipment, treatments, and staffing levels. (source)
Awesome. CDC me harder, daddy.
Now they have data to back it up: Screening for SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater, the team showed they can detect even a single infected, asymptomatic person living or working in a large building. Notification to occupants of each building with positive wastewater increased COVID-19 testing rates by as much as 13-fold. Once an occupant tested positive, isolation and contact tracing helped prevent further spread of the virus. (source)
Do you know what this program was called? The Return to Learn program.
Approximately 10,000 students lived on the UC San Diego campus during the 2020-2021 academic year, with low COVID-19 case rates thanks to the many risk mitigation, viral detection and intervention elements that make up the Return to Learn program.
Do you have kids? Even if you don’t, you probably remember when they were all sent home to sit in front of a Zoom screen while parents tried to work from home because they had to (because we can really only survive with two income households now, #DayTapes)?
How’d that go? In case you missed it…
Kids did AWESOME. Parents LOVED IT.
Lucky for us they have data to back up their
BULLSHIT wastewater testing so they can keep all of our kids in school. By telling us when there is even ONE asymptomatic case.
And if we are super lucky we’ll have Smart Cities by the next “pandemic” and then they can just shelter us in place for us. And then we won’t even have to shelter ourselves in place. Perf!
Think I’m crazy?
You know what’s weird? I have scrolled and scrolled and scrolled…and I can’t find anything of note about wastewater testing for respiratory viruses prior to 2020.
But there is ABUNDANT chatter about wastewater testing from 2020 on. Like a fuck ton. Wastewater is ALL THE RAGE...look it up. So much.
And how convenient that they can detect a SINGLE, ASYMPTOMATIC case 😱. WOW….Doo Doo experts!
What luck!! They can find a thing that you CANNOT SEE, has ZERO SYMPTOMS, AND has been labeled deadly.
Seriously. Hats off to The Monster.
The Covid “pandemic” ushered in the next phase of the agenda.
There can be a pandemic that is "on the way", and/or is not symptomatically evident, that individual PEOPLE don't even have to get tested for. PERFECT!!
Truly fucking brilliant.
In my search (thinking certainly there is historical evidence) for respiratory viral shedding in wastewater, I found this:
And also this…see, we can test wastewater for other respiratory stuff like RSV now. The CDC Foundation was nice enough to gift some research.
Oh, and luckily we have an awesome new vaccine for that too.
AAAAAND…..wait for it…..
I hear you can get it with the herd culling murder shot AND your flu shot… all at once!
Apparently it’s GIF Day for Sarah today.
Apologies in advance for this last one. But we are talking about testing shit water to manipulate compliance. And this pretty much sums up what I have to say about that.
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