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  1. Great thanks, but as they virus can survive on surfaces, catching it when supermarket shopping still seems risky. If someone who has the virus touched a product on the self then you touch it within a few hours then that poses a risk to contract the virus. Am l right? I have stocked up on enough food to last me 6 months at least, but l don't have many greens.
  2. Here in Australia we are being told the coronavirus is going to be a long term lock down, how does one get greens in the diet without any fresh produce?
  3. it has been closed yesterday, finally some action here in Australia.
  4. https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/health-problems/coronavirus-australia-queensland-researchers-find-cure-want-drug-trial/news-story/93e7656da0cff4fc4d2c5e51706accb5
  5. Not sure I agree with you. There are many people not just the old who are vulnerable, why would you risk it? Health is everything, the financial climate is second.
  6. Not here in Australia, nothing left on the shelves at the supermarket. No one wearing masks as yet.
  7. https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-care/doctors-push-treatment-coronavirus-blood-recovered-patients-n1158476
  8. Sorry, did you say Zinc in the am? Also l take 15mg per day is that too much?
  9. Why not have some chloroquine phosphate on hand, so we can treat ourselves at home if we get the coronavirus?
  10. thanks for all the information very helpful. cheers
  11. https://www.verywellhealth.com/the-benefits-of-ahcc-89399 Would love to know your thoughts on these supplements. Cheers Snez
  12. Thomas, l would like to know that too. Interested to see the answers to your question.
  13. good to know will keep that in mind.
  14. Shezian

    Fasting with Low immune system

    thx heaps guys.