BREAKING NEWS! . . . No hugging, kissing, until virus has gone . . .

Let’s see for how long the gov’t is going to harp on the pandemic!

2022 year the people choose to live with the virus.

Malaysians take back the pandemic from experts, gov’t, politicians, ‘control freaks’.

COMMENTARY and ANALYSIS . . . At the outset, it must be stated that the following are the thoughts of a layman struggling to understand the pandemic brought in late 2019 by the novel Corona virus.

Always check with the family doctor.

Seek two or three subject matter expert opinion and thereafter decide on the way forward, as individuals, out of the pandemic.

The proof of the pudding is in the eating.

The US Center for Disease Control (CDC), according to media reports, found that the PCR Test in fact cannot tell the difference between the Flu virus and the novel Corona virus. This admission in recent days comes two years after the pandemic began.

It seems that anyone who had the Flu virus six months ago would test positive for the novel Corona virus. That means the virus figures being reported are inaccurate.

Again, tests can produce false positive and false negative results. In false negative cases, no infection is detected but the virus is present in the body. False positive means that infection has been detected but the virus isn’t present.

It’s not known whether the PCR Test can produce accurate results.

Media . . .

The media being unthinking animals should be shuttered for six months, under national security grounds, to help end the pandemic.

The pre-pandemic figures show that the daily death rates in Malaysia stood at 678 fatalities.

The media currently reports the daily death rates, due to Covid-19, as averaging 50 fatalities including BID (brought in dead) cases. The media does not mention the total pre-pandemic daily death rates. It’s misleading the public by not keeping the pandemic in perspective.

Unvaccinated . . .

If the unvaccinated people are spreading the virus to those vaccinated, it means that the vaccine isn’t working, and wasn’t providing any protection.

By this logic, the vaccinated person, once infected, can spread the virus to both the vaccinated and unvaccinated.

It appears that the Omicron variant, the latest, may be a vaccine by itself.

Airborne . . .

There’s no proof that the virus is airborne.

If we assume that the virus is airborne, just to keep on the safe side, does it enter the mouth, nose and eyes directly?

It’s more likely to fall on surfaces which we touch.

An infected person can only expell the virus, as with the Flu, by sneezing and coughing.

In that case, the virus is likely to fall on surfaces or anyone close by.

KKM Notice . . .

The shops display a new Ministry of Health (MoH) or Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) notice . . .

The notice doesn’t mention vaccinated or unvaccinated. In any case, vaccinated or unvaccinated, it’s the status in MySejahtera that’s important.

Those with the following status on MySejahtera can enter public premises:

Blue status: low risk

Yellow: casual contact, no symptoms

Those not allowed under MySejahtera to enter public premises . . .

Red . . . Home Surveillance Order

Dark Orange . . . close contact

Light Orange . . . close contact, have symptoms

Dark Yellow . . . no symptoms, person under surveillance at home or quarantine station

Darker Yellow . . . showing symptoms, patient under investigation

The MySejahtera App does mention vaccinated or unvaccinated status.

The public should comply with the KKM notice displayed when entering public premises.

Scan MySejahtera for status update.

Do temperature check.

The onus is on individuals to monitor their MySejahtera status. It can help end the pandemic.

Self-infection . . .

Covid-19 is the label for symptoms unleashed by the immune system in over reaction to the presence of the novel Corona virus in the epithelial cells and lymph nodes.

The immune system is petrified by the perceived aggressiveness of the virus.

No one can spread Covid-19 to anyone. However, we can spread the virus to ourselves.

The virus resides on the hands.

The virus enters the body through the mouth, nose and hands from our hands.

The mask prevents us from touching the mouth, nose and eyes.

The sanitiser will explode the virus on our hands by removing its fatty layer. It will cease to exist. That’s why we are asked to sanitise our hands as part of the SOP (standard operating procedure).

Don’t shake hands. Namaste i.e. bring the palms together in greeting as commonly practised in traditional Asian societies in India, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Indonesia, among other countries.

Let’s avoid hugging and kissing until the virus has no place to go and ceases to exist.

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Cecilia Edwin-Kitingan

Buang Sial is a Hindu local practice.

Buang sial in Malaya is buang sial.

Other Hindu local practices are worshipping the cow as Mother, sniffing cowdung and getting delusional, drinking cow urine, bathing in cow urine and cowdung and smearing cowdung on the forehead in the belief that it has antibacterial properties.

Kinoringan and pagan practices in Borneo are an ancient form of Hinduism. In Indonesia, they are registered as Hindu.

There are only three microorganisms in nature viz. virus, bacteria and fungi.

Fungi can be overcome by treatments with anti-fungal creams.

Only antibiotics can kill bacteria. Avoid antibiotic resistance by completing the course of treatment.

Both bacteria and fungi are living things.

Virus isn’t a living thing. It’s a form of intelligence.

Nothing can kill virus.

Virus will cease to exist when it has no place to go.

Sanitise the hands to explode the fatty layer of the virus. It will cease to exist.

The virus enters the body through the mouth, nose and eyes from our hands.

Only we can “infect” ourselves. Others can’t “infect” us unless they rub our mouth, nose and eyes.

Science in fact hasn’t worked out “infection”.

The mask prevents us touching our mouth and nose. We can still rub our eyes unless we wear glasses.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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