True or False:It is against the law to Google anything about the virus?
- samLv 54 weeks agoFavourite answer
False. Google away!
- SRLv 64 weeks ago
Yes, it is now illegal to Google anything about the virus. If you are caught Googling anything related to the coronavirus, you will be sent a monetary fine by police requesting the payment of $15,000. If you fail to successfully pay this fine within five days, you will be summoned to attend your nearest court where your case will be heard by a judge and jury. You will not have access to legal representation and you must defend yourself without assistance. If your case is not successful and your defence fails, you will be sent to prison for a maximum of two years.
- rustbucketLv 74 weeks ago
If you think you have the virus you should get tested and find out.if you do.
- ausblueLv 74 weeks ago
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- 4 weeks ago
They are part taken by the movies they instigate taking free institutional cash in Bog'Us names.
You tell people how those books entered the library in the 1800's, yet you was not there ?
So if a virus was traced back to Fujima -🔜Witch🔙 came back first, CoVid or Betamax, because none natives seem susceptible and I keep hearing big lips say Guwarn Dong, then they like slurp and suck through their teeth with memories of willie in pongy poo and white Angels vaginal bacteria.
Yet Guangdong was the Nationwide distribution of varicella-zoster virus clades in China established in 2010
The Pharma-C0ck-in-e-tics are profound and quite outstanding.
Wonderful scenery though
Armein Hell, why won't you reap the benefits of your indulgence if the world was placed in as a pretext - But you acquired it?
A or B?
A)On Her Majesty's Secret Service
In the film, Bond faces Blofeld (Telly Savalas), who is planning to hold the world ransom by the threat of sterilising the population
B) War of the Worlds
In the film the blood sucking aliens succumb to a virus