“Many people from villages call me that they saw such planes with these emissions – and then a strange smell of chemistry; please, who has the opportunity to take pictures or shoot video, so that we really understand what is happening,” he wrote.
To the post, the deputy added photos with the following inscription: “Well, the deception with the coronavirus was revealed. This is not a virus, but chemical poisoning with symptoms of pneumonia.” Further on the same photo it is reported that “Poland, Sweden and Norway have sued the World Health Organization for infecting Europe.”
The information about the spread of coronavirus by airplane refers to the popular chemtrail conspiracy theory. Conspiracy theorists claim that “chemtrails” emit alumina, thorium oxide and dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and barium salts into the atmosphere. These substances settle on the surface of the earth and cause various diseases or infections in people, writes VoxUkraine.
A group of research on the impact of technology on climate from Harvard University has disproved this conspiracy theory. Specialists indicatedthat for such a large-scale program it would be necessary to provide a program of production, loading and spraying of substances. To do this, it would have to attract tens of thousands of employees; it would be very difficult to keep such a program secret.
In Ukraine the epidemic situation is gradually deteriorating, said on August 4, Deputy Minister of Health – Chief Sanitary Doctor of Ukraine Igor Kuzin. In the summer, less than 2 thousand cases were recorded daily in the country, in September the figure increased significantly. The fourth wave of COVID-19 in Ukraine started earlier than predicted, said the head of the Ministry of Health Viktor Lyashko on October 11.
The Minister reported that in September 95.7% of cases of coronavirus in Ukraine were reported among unvaccinated… According to Lyashko, about 98% of citizens hospitalized with COVID-19 in Ukraine were not vaccinated.
Since the beginning of the epidemic in Ukraine recorded 2.9 million cases of COVID-19, 67.7 thousand patients died.