Passengers on Emirates who fell ill on the flight to New York: from the current hajj? Flu? If you're within two seats laterally or two rows from someone coughing, you have an 80% likelihood of being infected. @HenryIMiller @PacificResearch

Sep 08, 04:19 AM

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Passengers on Emirates who fell ill on the flight to New York: from the current hajj? Flu? If you're within two seats laterally or two rows from someone coughing, you have an 80% likelihood of being infected. @HenryIMiller @PacificResearch

The hajj is attended by many pilgrims from the Southern Hemisphere, where it's flu season. Is the malady the flu? ’Twas odd that the flight crew was so heavily infected. The incubation time for flu is one to four days. Many of the patients are hospitalized. What to do on a flight? Wear a mask; wash your hands very frequently; take a window seat and don't move around – avoid contact with seat backs, door handles, etc. If you're within two seats laterally, or two rows. from someone coughing, you have an 80% likelihood of being infected. Norovirus: commonly spread on planes. You're in a bubble [actually, locked in a steel cylinder with a small army of strangers]. Dr Miller proposes: Anyone visibly ill should be put in the back in a corner. [Editor suggests carrying and frequently inhaling Thieves essential oil from a small company named Young Living, as it's powerfully anti-microbial.]