Coronavirus researchers are looking at fighting fire with fire.
A new study published Tuesday in Journal of Infectious Diseases suggests that the human rhinovirus, otherwise known as the “common cold,” helps block SARS-
A "new study" eh?
Early last year I found a study where researchers looking for cross-reaction with survivors of SARS found a huge percentage, roughly 30-50% of the population in several areas they looked, had no SARS exposure but were cross-reactive against Covid-19.
In other words their immune system already knew what it was and how to attack it. At worst those people would get a mild infection, if they could get infected at all.
I've raised hell about this immediately because it meant all the screaming about there being no resistance was a lie. Yet exactly nobody paid any attention to that scientific work. The lie of complete susceptibility by everyone in the population was complete crap.
We didn't know what virus was responsible for the cross-reactivity.... but now, a year later, it appears it's not even in the coronavirus family.
Why did the case rate drop this winter? No vaccines had gone in arms yet but indeed it did. Answer: 30-50% of the population in a given area had the virus and another 30% or so were already resistant. As I pointed out the math is simply that it ran out of people to infect.
Ready to tell the government to Go To Hell yet folks?
Why are you putting up with any of their bull**** at this point?
All the mandates, the mask orders, the lockdowns and even the vaccines did nothing.