Most informative Spesh... Maybe Defence is confusing the ‘front line’ in a defence context with the inside of restaurants. Them Maccy D’s can be right battlefields you know.
I bet it's just concentrated screech.
Bleach and alcohol preparations are good for cleaning infected surfaces. There surely must be more to this innovation than bleach. For example, does it modify the target area to bind or repel the virus?
Ha ha got me, i was thinking till the last few lines what an utter bell ***. Nice one.Virusend is a logical extension of the widely employed ‘Smart Water’ used in law enforcement. Like all smart waters it leaves a trace which is contact transferred from surface to surface, including human skin. It also penetrates textiles such as clothing, handbags and rucksacs. It is persistent on impermeable fabrics such as leather, plastics and proofed nylons.
Application of such smart waters renders the garment, or indeed the individual, traceable as they move from location to location. The marker created is made visible by the use of appropriate lighting and viewing filters. These are already part of the street infrastructure. Effectiveness has been enhanced by the rollout of further equipments as part of programmes to install low energy lighting and increased employment of ‘security’ cameras. Hand held and portable equipments are already mounted in government operated vehicles, such as those of the emergency services. Miniaturised versions are extant in torches and body-cam equipment already issued and employed by police forces across UK.
This spray is designed to be attractive to (and possible required by) places of high density occupation, customer flow and longer dwell times of customers. It is intended that initial availability will be focused on centres such as: catering, with an emphasis on high volume, take-away food outlets and chicken shops; places of worship; taxis and associated offices.
Surveillance systems will be able to track individuals, through street cameras, from place of worship or hospitality venue, via taxi (or any other vehicle), to home. The intention of tracing the track of infection through social and other networks will help identify all contacts between subjects and to study the impact of these contacts on individuals and groups. Co-ordination with established data bases and technologies such as ANPR and facial recognition will allow complete traceability of individuals. Limitations previously experienced with some skin tones and clothing, such as hoodies, scarves, balaclavas and face masks will be obviated by correlation with venues visited and patterns of behaviour. This is required due to current guidelines on facial coverings.
Military scientists at Porton Down have worked hard on developing this technology over many years as evidenced by the effectiveness of the tracing of individuals following the Skripal poisoning. It is now ready for mass deployment and this is the perfect opportunity to reach into communities where rates of infection are high. Deployment will be through the very people who operate these target facilities, so accuracy and effectiveness will be maximised. The equipment is simple to operate and familiar to those who will be using it. This will reduce any alarm. The re-usable nature of the application equipment will allow for the deployment of future developments in agents, as required. It is expected that this Government programme will be self funding, as subjects buy the equipment and agents themselves, in compliance with legislation, and may even show a profit for the departments concerned.
It will be obvious that such a programme of mass treatment of people, vehicles and venues will be of great value in building of our current, comprehensive database and the national screening which the pandemic requires. It will garner complete and enthusiastic Government support.
Some (or in fact ALL) of the above is B*LLOCKS. This conspiraloon stuff is quite enjoyable though. I might just take it up as a hobby.
I wonder if it will escape these hallowed halls and make it to the MSM. Wait out.