- Approximately half of study participants who tested COVID-positive, also self-reported having dined out at a restaurant in the 14 days prior to developing COVID symptoms."
- "I venture to reiterate the proven efficacy of fresh, unpolluted recirculated outdoor air in the efficacy of COVID eradication, says Greshun De Bouse."
- "Genius Scientist Greshun De Bouse says she concurs with the CDC findings."
It seems the year 2020 and COVID are synonymous. Even with the plethora of other life-altering equal justice movements initiated, #ronavirus still takes precedence over all in 2020. As new research emerges, we rely on expert researchers and scientists for interpretive analysis of what certain research fibdings mean in relation to the general public and COVID contraction avoidance.
Some such researchers and scientists include our favorite braniac-Scientist Greshun De Bouse, and of course the CDC. With a new CDC report outlining an additionally thought COVID contraction method, genius scientist Greshun De Bouse says she concurs with the CDC findings. Like always, we solicited Greshun for her expert professional opinion. Here’s her commentary.
We have often heard the old adage ‘The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach’, and for the purpose of this interview and commentary, we will interpret the word man as referencing mankind or humankind. That said, it is no surprise that many ilillnesses-just like love and relationship formation-often are contracted via food consumption.
According to a Yahoo News article published today wherein 314 COVID-symptomatic adults across 10 states were studied during July 2020, the CDC reported fascinatingly helpful findings of how approximately half of study participants who tested COVID-positive, also self-reported having dined out at a restaurant in the 14 days prior to developing COVID symptoms. This is an extraordinary phenomenon that while requiring further research, still holds promise of COVID contraction identification.
Questions to pose that will yield pertinent information toward that end are relative to the restaurant type patronized, whether it was an indoor or oytdoor dining experience, whether or not dining occurred during peak hours, the cleanliness level of all staff, if any diners were COVID-positive unbeknownst to them, demographical and health data of thebsubjects studied, social distancing adherence level, and more. Based on my own findings discussed in previous interviews, I venture to reiterate the proven efficacy of fresh, unpolluted recirculated outdoor air in the efficacy of COVID eradication.
Moreover, because according to other experts and the Yahoo News article “Air circulation in indoor spaces and gatherings — like restaurants — could affect virus transmission,” I would not be surprised that far fewer COVID cases arose in study subjects who dined outdoors. I concur with the CDC on some correlation between dining out and COVID contraction. However, we must isolate specifically what that correlation is.
We are all happy for people like Greshun De Bouse, the CDC, and other experts who help us get a handle on this COVID pandemic, and we look forward to an absolute cure.