Olympics Norovirus Cover Up? VIRUS Linked To Contaminated Water Blamed On BACTERIA
The 194 staff members and volunteers sickened by the norovirus at the Winter Olympics in South Korea now know what caused their violent infection. Contaminated water used in food preparation is said to be the blame for horrible vomiting spells many have experienced.
According to the KCDC (Korea Centers for Disease Control), the norovirus has been found in 94 people linked to the Horeb Odaesan Youth Training Center, including those who ate food from the center but don’t live there, The Los Angeles Times reported. Analysis of the center’s water discovered fecal coliform bacteria. That seems infinitely strange, considering the norovirus is a virus, not a bacteria. They are different and it is worth noting that the mainstream media doesn’t seem to notice or may be covering up something up.
Fecal coliform by themselves are usually not pathogenic; they are indicator organisms, which means they may indicate the presence of other pathogenic bacteria. Pathogens are typically present in such small amounts it is impractical monitor them directly.
Note: Some strains of Escherichia coli, which are a type of fecal coliform, can cause intestinal illness. One such strain is E. coli O157:H7, which is found in the digestive tract of cattle. –Water Research Center
This begs the question: are health and government officials, with the assistance of their weaponized mainstream media, trying to cover up an E.Coli outbreak at the Winter Olympics? A better explanation is needed since this one makes little sense.
“After the training center stopped providing meals, requested frequent hand washing, and promoted the use of hand sanitizer, “the norovirus infection reduced considerably,” the KCDC said in a statement. No athletes have succumbed to the infection yet, but the illness has spread from the Pyeongchang area to Gangneung, the coastal city hosting several indoor events at the Games.
The norovirus is a viral infection which causes the sudden and severe onset of diarrhea and vomiting; symptoms which begin within 12-48 of exposure and can be painful. The virus is highly contagious and commonly spread through food or water that is contaminated during preparation or contaminated surfaces. You can also be infected through close contact with an infected person. Most people will cover without treatment in three days, however, hospitalization can occur if victims are infants or elderly. –SHTFPlan
Although the virus spread rapidly initially, now that health officials have discovered the cause of the outbreak, containment can begin.
Organizers said this viral infection is particularly bad. Of the 1,200 guards removed from duty, 41 had suffered a sudden onset of vomiting and diarrhea on Sunday and all had been taken to a hospital. The outbreak comes just days before the opening of South Korea’s 2018 Winter Olympics on Thursday.-SHTFPlan
The noroVIRUS is being blamed on a bacteria. Let that sink in for a moment and ponder why many no longer trust mainstream media or government officials.