Why Speaking English May Spread More Coronavirus Than Other Languages - Forbes | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Why Speaking English May Spread More Coronavirus Than Other Languages - Forbes

Alison Escalante

New research suggests that English speakers put more droplets into the air when they talk, which may make them more likely to spread COVID-19. Since the novel coronavirus is spread by droplets, how spitty a language is may contribute to different rates of the disease. It all comes down to something called aspirated consonants, the sounds we make that spray more droplets of saliva into the air.

NOTE: Straight from the Department of "You Can Not Make This Bovine Excrement Up"!

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The earliest sign . .

michael mazur

of the coming campaign to simultaneously eliminate English as the official language of North America, while eliminating white people for their inherent racism, with the genesis being tracked back to a Soros foundation.

michael mazur

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