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Thai Meat Is Free of COVID-19


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Could someone explain how a 'Covid Virus' can live on dead flesh anywhere in the world.

It's not a bacteria. They can multiply on meat.

A virus needs needs a living host with live cells to infect to survive and multiply.

Maybe just maybe someone can sneeze on your raw steak and if you grab it quickly and eat it raw then that's up to you.

 

 

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3 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

frozen shrimps from Ecuador to China.

Must be cheaper to get them from a

prawn shop surely .. 

What did fried rice say to shrimp ? 

Don't wok away from me .. 

 

3 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

frozen chicken wings from Brazil to China 

But had fully thawed out by the time he got to China as that's quite a long run .. ( wing , run geddit .. don't all fall about at that , I've got worse ones ) .. 

 

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What's wrong with these kind of news that are wrong in the first place. Even if hypothetically some meat is infected with the virus there's a very low chance of spreading. Once the food is cooked there's no way for the virus to survive. And it is very rare for people to eat raw pork, and it is extremely rare to eat raw pork infected with the virus  🙂

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Reports coming in that in some areas it's infecting dead brain cells and bringing them back to life but at a very low level of function.

Seems it causes 'knee jerk reactions' and the adoption of very odd hairstyles.

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3 hours ago, overherebc said:

Reports coming in that in some areas it's infecting dead brain cells and bringing them back to life but at a very low level of function.

That does sound like Thailand... 2nd wave coming to a town near you soon.

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