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  1. Dear Sir

    Hi I would like to support and perhaps expand upon the idea proposed by by Professor Max Crispin of Southampton University discussing the attachment of the COVID 19 virus in the guise of sugars onto the nasal mucosa.
    We know that the COVID Virus contains 3 major structural polypeptides and are sensitive to lipid solvents, detergents, ultra-violet radiation and disinfectants.
    Cleansing and expunging surfaces etc by using anti-bacterial wipes etc is one of the recommendations.
    We know also that the viral microbe is attracted to the nasal mucosa as it recognises animal based sugars, along with the moist, warm conditions…

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