Remember Greta? How could you forget "HOW DARE YOU!?"
She's the girl with the Facebook account that's controlled by the United Nations.
The 16-yr-old scientist who doesn't go to school has conducted some very important research on herself.
Greta Thunberg announced Tuesday that she’s been in self-isolation for two weeks after showing symptoms she believed were linked to the coronavirus, despite admitting she was not tested for the disease.
Thunberg, who is not related to the twins who starred in “The Shining,” detailed in a drivel-infused Instagram post how she came to the conclusion that she is now a medical expert AS WELL as a climate expert after returning from a trip around Central Europe, where COVID-19 cases have continued to surge.
“Around 10 days ago I started feeling some symptoms, exactly the same time as my father – who traveled with me from Brussels,” she said. “I was feeling tired, had shivers, a sore throat and coughed.”
So basically, Greta had the typical symptoms of a common cold.
Thunberg warned of the dangers the virus presents, saying that she “almost didn’t feel ill” and could have passed it along to people in high-risk groups, like the elderly or those with underlying conditions.
So let’s recap, shall we?
Greta Thunberg Statement 1: “I was feeling tired, had shivers, a sore throat and coughed.”
Greta Thunberg Statement 2: “I almost didn’t feel ill. My last cold was much worse than this!”
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 23: Youth activist Greta Thunberg speaks at the Climate Action Summit at the United Nations on September 23, 2019 in New York City. While the United States will not be participating, China and about 70 other countries are expected to make announcements concerning climate change. The summit at the U.N. comes after a worldwide Youth Climate Strike on Friday, which saw millions of young people around the world demanding action to address the climate crisis. (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)