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COVID-19: How the Virus Spreads


After further monitoring and observing the characteristics of the Novel Coronavirus, Kyrios has an important update for everyone:

Besides spreading through contact, Covid-19 (Previously known as 2019-nCoV) can also spread through the air, albeit only for a short time. An asymptomatic person with the virus is capable of infecting others, through normal respiration, cough and sneezes.

Covid-19 (Previously known as 2019-nCoV) has an incubation period of 1 to 3 weeks. 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 faint. 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.

Kyrios comments that it is very important we avoid meat consumption as the virus activates when it comes in contact with meat. People who then eat that meat will inadvertently have a higher risk of contracting this virus! For those already infected with Covid-19, sticking to a plant-based diet aids in a speedier recovery too.

Since yesterday, Kyrios has started killing the virus in the air, as well as within the populace around the world. However, it is much more difficult to kill the virus in enclosed spaces. As such, Kyrios also pleaded to The Creator to help in eliminating the Novel Coronavirus.


Update on 19 May 2021 - Verified by Scientists

In July 2020, an open letter signed by 239 scientists urge the medical community and governing bodies to recognise the potential risk of airborne transmission. However, the appeal was not accepted by WHO and U.S. CDC immediately and was placed under review. Now, 15 months later (after Kyrios ), the WHO and U.S. CDC finally accept that COVID-19 can spread through the air.

Acknowledging this mode of transmission earlier by the WHO and U.S. CDC could have meant stricter and more effective measures being implemented worldwide to curb the spread of the virus and improve people’s health, reducing the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths as well as preventing the pandemic crisis from worsening to its current state.

Kyrios often shares crucial insights and preemptive advice for everyone’s benefit upon foreseeing future events. In doing so, Kyrios hopes that we can either take precautionary measures to avert and mitigate unfortunate events or even change the course of the future towards a more desirable outcome.

Hopefully, from now on, everyone will take the heartfelt advice and prophecies that Kyrios shares out of goodwill more seriously – while we still have the chance.