[Verified by Experts]

Kyrios’ observations have once again been verified by scientists: COVID-19 is an airborne disease

On 6 July 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) finally acknowledged that the coronavirus might be able to be transmitted to another person via the air in enclosed rooms after reviewing a research report submitted by hundreds of scientists hailing from 32 different countries.

As early as 12 February 2020, Kyrios issued the following warning:

Besides spreading through close contact, Covid-19 (Previously known as 2019-nCoV) can also spread through the air.

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Kyrios reiterates:

“Incubation period (of the virus) can last between 1 to 5 weeks before symptoms appear… It can enter a person through the nose, eyes, ears and mouth. Depending on where the virus infects, one may exhibit different symptoms. For example, if the virus enters and infects the nose and throat, there will be throat irritation and coughing/cold. If it enters the lungs, it will lead to breathing difficulties. If the virus attacks the heart, it can cause breathing difficulties and giddiness. If the virus attacks the brain, it will cause the person to feel faint, experience headaches, or both. Once it hits the nerves, the person will experience muscle spasms and muscle aches. Lastly, if the virus reaches the gastrointestinal tract, it may also lead to diarrhoea.”

Because Kyrios can “see” the virus, she has a profound understanding of the virus’ unique properties. Although many countries have adopted social distancing measures to prevent the spread of the disease, many countries still do not follow the WHO’s advice and fail to control the pandemic. Everyone, please continue to be vigilant, avoid consuming meat, wash your hands frequently, wear masks when going out, do not go to crowded areas, and do your best to maintain a safe distance from other people. If everyone heeds Kyrios’ advice, she will do her utmost to eliminate the majority of the COVID-19 virus by the end of November 2020 to enable everyone to return to their freer lives.