DWQA QuestionsCategory: Coronavirus COVID-19A viewer writes: “I was directed to a video on the Internet with a doctor as guest. He operates from the belief that COVID-19 is an exosome, not a virus. He states that exosomes are the secretions of toxic cells used to digest toxins and carry them from the body. He claims that COVID-19 is the same size as an exosome and this is why they are misidentified. He also claims that exosomes are not transmittable.” Are these things true?
Nicola Staff asked 2 weeks ago

The phenomena are described accurately but it is not the case that the virus is not a source of infection and can reproduce itself. So this is disinformation intended to undermine confidence in the epidemiologists and maintaining cooperation with quarantine measures and vaccinations. That only serves the Extraterrestrial Alliance because people will drop their guard if they believe such notions.