COVID-19, a strain of coronavirus, was derived from or related to SARS CoV-2. There are at least six, probably thousands of strains of coronavirus ranging from the common cold to influenza. Unknown strains of coronavirus are continually mutating all the time. Coronaviruses are extremely common in both humans and animals.

The mainstream media often erringly refers to COVID-19 as a “coronavirus” in their news stories, failing to distinguish one “coronavirus” strain from another. Either the mainstream media does this to blur the facts, to advocate for their advertisers, or to confuse the public with sloppy, incompetent reporting.

If the mainstream media and public health officials were actually concerned about public health, they would be very specific when referring to the dangerous COVID-19 strain (i.e., novel coronavirus). 

Though a natural coronavirus may be as simple as the common cold or a strain of seasonal influenza, a manufactured coronavirus could be a variation or mutation of SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV or SARS-CoV2 (i.e., COVID-19).

SARS = “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome” 

MERS = “Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome”

SARS-CoV retains its viability for 5 days at 22-25 degrees Celsius and relative humidity of 40-50% in air conditioned rooms on smooth surfaces such as tables, phones, etc. This is a good indicator of the behavior and short lifespan of SARS-CoV2 as well.

COVID-19 symptoms include fever, phlegm, dry cough, muscle ache and fatigue, blood clotting, heart problems and congested lungs. Less common symptoms have been said to be headache, inability to taste or smell, coughing up blood, diarrhea, and sore muscles. Some of these symptoms may be similar to those indicating overexposure to 5G radiation.

The incubation period is at least 1 – 14 days and could be up to 24 days. Complications include acute pneumonia, respiratory failure, strokes, septic shock and multiple organ failure. Recovery time is 2 weeks for a mild case and 2 – 6 weeks for severe cases. 

A coronavirus is listed on the instructions for common household disinfectants, such as Lysol. It is well-established that hand-washing with high quality, medical-grade disinfectants, with 60% of more alcohol content, minimizes the contagiousness of coronaviruses. With a base of high-grade alcohol you can also add natural disinfectants such as thyme oil, peppermint and/or lemongrass oil, eucalyptus oil or tea tree oil all which enhance the efficacy of the coronavirus disinfectant.

“A novel virus is a virus that has not previously been recorded. It can be a virus that is isolated from its natural reservoir or isolated as the result of spread to an animal or human host where the virus had not been identified before. It can be an emergent virus, one that represents a new virus, but it can also be an extant virus that has not been previously identified.”


  1. Appendix I: Coronavirus, Flu, Cold
  2. Appendix I: Coronavirus, Flu, Cold | SARS = “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome” MERS = “Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome”
  3. CNN | Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta says SARS-CoV ended up infecting 8,000 people worldwide and causing 800 deaths. It had a high fatality rate (10%), but didn’t turn out to be very contagious. H1N1, or swine flu, infected 60m people, but was 1/3 less lethal than the flu
  4. AARP | EPA Updates List of Cleaners That Kill Coronavirus
  5. Wikipedia | Defined, a novel virus

Source: Dawning of the Corona Age: Navigating the Pandemic by Johnny Freedom, p.13-15