"Health authorities have been giving us two messages: once you have the virus there are no drugs that can kill it or help you get rid of it. But also, wash your hands to stop the virus spreading. This seems odd. You can't, even for a million dollars, get a drug for the coronavirus but your grandmother's bar of soap kills the virus." From The Science of Soap Here's how it kills the coronavirus," By Pall Thordarson (3/12/20).
The question of the day is: "Can we kill the coronavirus?" The answer is: "Yes!" This subject is important because the principles of Therapeutic Justice define our "right" to be healed: In Body, Mind and Spirit. So Americans must demand that our government protect us from this disease as a matter of right.
The Critical Importance of Soap
Washing your hands with soap and water kills the coronavirus. Professor Pall Thordarson writes:
So why does soap work so well on the Sars-CoV-2, (the coronavirus) and indeed most viruses? The short story: because the virus is a self-assembled nanoparticle in which the weakest link is the lipid (fatty) bilayer. Soap dissolves the fat membrane and the virus falls apart like a house of cards and dies...
Washing your hands with water is not good enough. Professor Thordarson also says:
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