Refrigerated trucks being brought into Arizona, Texas to handle anticipated surge in coronavirus deaths

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(Natural News) A jump in new reported cases of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in both Texas and Arizona has prompted several counties within these states to summon fleets of refrigerated trucks to handle a surge of new dead bodies.

According to reports, cases of the virus are rising to such a degree that local officials are panicking about morgues filling up too quickly. Consequently, they are trying to get ahead of the bodies hitting the floor by bringing in mobile facilities to begin carting them off to other locations.

The official data suggests that upwards of 3.5 million people are now infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States, though the vast majority of these cases are symptomless or not even accurate. Upwards of 137,000 deaths have also been reported, but these, too, are not necessarily all confirmed as being directly caused by the novel virus.

Even so, government officials are reacting as though the bodies are piling up in the streets of America, with Maricopa County, Arizona, as one example, having recently ordered four portable coolers, with more on the way in the coming days, according to county spokesman Fields Moseley.

The local medical examiner’s office morgue in Maricopa says that 156 people have died in recent days possibly in conjunction with a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) diagnosis. Since the facility’s surge capacity is just over 200, its workers are beginning to worry about potential overflow.

The office made clear, however, that these deaths may not have anything to do with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) at all, as deaths tend to surge this time of year in Arizona due to the excessive heat. This is probably the real story here, seeing as how Arizona has been suffering from extreme, record-breaking heat waves in recent weeks.


Over in Texas, the joined counties of Cameron and Hidalgo are reportedly sharing a large refrigerated trailer in which dead bodies from possible Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) infection are being stored. This is because local morgues, reports indicate, have very little space.

Speaking to local news outlet KVEO Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño Jr. told the public to “do your part” to help stay alive and keep other people alive to avoid overburdening the local morgue with more dead bodies.

Government officials avoid talking about hydroxychloroquine and vitamin D, instead push stay-at-home and face mask orders

Rather than encourage the general public to get out in the sun and boost their natural immune systems with more vitamin D, as well as other preventative health measures, government officials and politicians like Treviño are instead emphasizing more social distancing and more wearing of face masks in public.

“We can’t take anything off the table – there’s absolutely no certainty of what exactly is going to happen next,” stated Dr. Barbara Ferrer, the public health director of Los Angeles County, about another potential stay-at-home order that could be in the works.

However, if nothing is “off the table,” then why is Dr. Ferrer not talking about hydroxychloroquine which, like vitamin D, has been scientifically shown to be an effective remedy against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), especially when combined with zinc?

All of this could easily become a non-issue if these government hacks would simply inform the public – or encourage members of the public to self-inform themselves – about how to support their own natural immunity. After all, our immune systems were designed to ward off the many trillions of bacteria and viruses we encounter every single day just by existing and living our normal lives.

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