" COVID-19, to date suggest 80% of infections R mild "
More truth about how " Corona Virus Immunity existed before CovI.D. 19 ". Does this cause you to think about Covid 19??
Date: 8/27/2021 1:55:21 PM ( 3 mon ) ... viewed 126 times
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Corona Virus Immunity existed before CovI.D. 19
asymptomatic but testing positive for Corona virus - they were previously infected with a Corona Virus
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Headliner: "asymptomatic but testing positive for Corona virus - they were previously infected with a Corona Virus and are not contageous, and have immunity"
I watch a TV news channel and I get a different opinion handed to me, as compared to the opinion I form when I read the Alt News online.
TV news says the virus is novel, new, nobody ever had a viral infection like this before!!
But then they found a significant portion of the global human population were testing POSITIVE, but had no symptoms. "Asymptomatic" they call it.
Quote - W.H.O. - "For COVID-19, data to date suggest that 80% of infections are mild or asymptomatic"
But then it was discovered that those 'asymptomatic' were tested for antibodies and any previous infection with a coronavirus [SARS, EBOLA, etc.] WOULD CREATE THOSE ANTIBODIES.
So these 80% asymptomatic people are not all infected with the virus that causes Covid-19!! They carry antibodies from years ago!!
It also means that they are probably PROTECTED from any future Corona virus, due to surviving a previous Corona infection.
It also means there already existed some HERD IMMUNITY before Covid-19 showed up... I doubt that it was the whole 80% who are asymptomatic but testing positive today, but it could be!!
These "asymptomatic but testing positive for Corona virus" people are not spreading the virus either - they have immunity and are not contageous.
note that this is not the same as "presymptomatic" - defn.>
"people who are newly infected but haven’t started showing symptoms yet are presymptomatic"
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