Fact check on SARS-COV-2

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AKA coronavirus fact on the Disease is not from the year 2019 like the name says covid 19 this virus been with us for years should be called covid 74 from when it was frist found in 1974 in Hamburg Germany its was found on there body’s livestock and bats and other Wild animals…

Is it possible

(OC 43 agent)

Did the Nazis have something to do with this ugly virus it’s possible…It was made by the Nazi in the third Reich for cleansing the world of infidels in a top secret Nazi Germany Laboratory but never used do to backfiring in Germany was this inhumane virus a Biological weapon Made???

Abstract fact

Facts are they have a plan or plot… Oh yeah both of The forms of (OC 43 agent), SARS-CoV-2 were sent to Wuhan Laboratory in China…

Abstract fact

During a serological surveillance programme between October 1974 and September 1975 in Hamburg, 1624 sera from all age groups of the population were examined for the presence of coronavirus antibodies (OC 43 agent). 61,51% of the sera showed HI-titres between 1:8 and 1:128. The geometric mean antiboty titre (GMT) for the whole group was 1:12,2. The serological seasonal pattern suggests that coronaviruses are circulating the whole year in the urban population with a prevalence in the cold and a decrease in the warm season (June). The highest incidence of seropositive reactions (82,9%) was found in the 15-24 years old individuals (GMT 1:13,8). These data indicate an increased spread of coronaviruses in this segment of the population and a marked susceptibility of the group.

Also seen again in 2003 in An Outbreak of Coronavirus OC43 Respiratory Infection in Normandy, France

Abstract Fact

The 2 groups of human coronaviruses (HCoVs) represented by the prototype strains HCoV 229E and HCoV OC43 are mostly known as viruses responsible for common cold syndrome. HCoVs are difficult to detect, and epidemiological data are rare. From October 2000 through April 2001, we tested 1803 respiratory samples for HCoV by reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction. From 8 February through 27 March 2001, HCoV OC43 was detected in samples obtained from 30 (6%) of 501 patients. The other viruses detected were respiratory syncytial virus (6.1%), parainfluenza virus 3 (1%), influenza virus A (7.8%), influenza virus B (7.2%), rhinovirus (6.4%), enterovirus (1%), and adenovirus (2%). Infection with HCoV OC43 was detected in patients of all age groups. The following clinical symptoms were noted: fever (in 59.8% of patients), general symptoms (in 30%), digestive problems (in 56.8%), rhinitis (in 36.6%), pharyngitis (in 30%), laryngitis (in 3.3%), otitis (in 13.3%), bronchitis (in 16.6%), bronchiolitis (in 10%), and pneumonia (in 6.6%). This study shows that an outbreak of HCoV OC43 respiratory infection was responsible for the lower respiratory tract symptoms observed in nearly one-third of patients identified by active surveillance for coronavirus infection.

News Article on the mapping of viruses

Phylogeographic Mapping of Newly Discovered Coronaviruses Pinpoints the Direct Progenitor of SARS-CoV-2 as Originating from Mojiang, China

Back in March, the World Health Organisation’s report on the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic coronavirus confirmed something that had long been widely presumed. Since the pandemic began, there has been an enormous virus hunt in China.

The purpose of this hunt has been to find the viruses intermediate between SARS-CoV-2 and its coronavirus relatives found in bats (Luk et al., 2019).

The closest known wild relative of SARS-CoV-2 was found by Zheng-li Shi of the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in a bat in central Yunnan province, China. This virus, called RaTG13, is 96.1% similar to SARS-CoV-2. This genetic difference (3.9%) corresponds to about 1150 nucleotide differences between the two viruses; i.e. it is quite a large gap. Finding intermediate viruses would solve two puzzles. One is geographical: By what means or in what host animal(s) did the virus get to Wuhan? The second is genetic: what viruses were the evolutionary intermediates between RaTG13 and SARS-CoV-2?

The targets of this hunt have therefore been bats but also potential intermediate host animals, such as civets or mink, either one of which might have been the vector that brought COVID-19 to Wuhan. Even partial evidence for such a trail of viral intermediates would support a likely zoonotic origin of SARS-CoV-2.

To this end, according to that WHO report, scientists across China have sampled and tested over 80,000 animals, including 1,100 bats just in Hubei province, of which Wuhan is the capital. Yet beyond a few tantalising discoveries, which are discussed below, the search has been unsuccessful.

The broad failure of this enormous research effort has been scantly reported by the media and sometimes its significance has been dismissed entirely. Thus, the editor of Nature journal recently told the Times Higher Education Supplement that there was an “absence of new evidence” on the COVID-19 origin question. Only a handful of mass media articles and none in the scientific literature have thus done proper justice to the negative results of the sampling in China. Exceptions are “No one can find the animal that gave people covid-19“in the MIT Technology Review and an excellent article by Rowan Jacobsen in Newsweek that expertly articulated the essential points… More about this article in link below…


Dose the vaccine gives you long life expectancy maybe not, Dose the risk factors outweigh the truth or you should know what is the real truth about the vaccine… And so if everyone goes to fall off the bridge would you follow them???

Albert Bourla, the CEO of Pfizer, received his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on March 10, 2021. Still, in August 2021, users on social media have referred to an outdated article that states he had to cancel a trip for not being fully vaccinated as if it were new.

“BREAKING REPORT: Pfizer ceo’s israel visit canceled because he’s NOT FULLY vaccinated.. Are you paying attention? ” reads a tweet from Aug. 5…

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