SARS-COV-2a seems wildly less lethal than SARS-COV-2g
This video demonstrates that there is a relatively safe mutation of COVID-19 that has been circulating since at least the 25th February 2020.
It is presumably going unnoticed in almost all infected people and is inadvertently immunising them against the other more dangerous versions of the virus.
I discover the odd mistake in videos after I make them. This means I might remake videos in the light of new information.
But the gist of all these videos is correct and that is why they are left up.
The one detail I don't like in this one is I talk about the "replication rate" when really (although I guess it does affect how fast it replicates in the human body) the mutation in question is more specifically affecting the affinity of the spike protein to the ACE2 receptor. But the gist of the video is about right.
Another video giving other useful information including an explanation of why we have "flu season" and how things are likely to go in the next few months is...
I just (after publishing this video) found a PDF published by the Lancet August 29th saying roughly what my video says though lacking my reference to the law and the efficacy of ignoring certain outbreaks (using the harmless mutation as a free vaccine). It also fails to convey just how much less lethal some outbreaks have been compared to others.
One key bit of text on the 2nd page of the PDF is as follows...
"Implications of all the available evidence
ORF8 is a hotspot for coronavirus mutation. The clinical effect
of deletions in this region appears to be a milder infection with
less systemic release of proinflammatory cytokines and a more
effective immune response to SARS-CoV-2"
This is another reason for it being milder other than the previously described mutation that makes successful docking of the virion on the receptor more hit and miss. But it is talking about the exact same strains.
It could also be that there are fewer infected cells at a time due to the previously described mutation and therefore fewer cytokines released.
I can't stress the significance of this issue strongly enough.
You are ignoring important information and parroting nonsense such as morbidity rates that take account of people who never had COVID-19.
Nobody (except tax payers) has a financial interest in pointing out the benefits of letting the non lethal strains of COVID immunise people free of charge.
The idea is never going to be suggested by anyone except you taxpayers so that is why you need to understand this.
This has had 18 views in just over half a day.
This is like leading a horse to water and watching it die of thirst.
Here is a link to the WHO bulletin...
This link is for an article about how various strains of COVID vary not just in terms of how infectious COVID is but also in terms of lethality too.
This link is to the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984...
This has been a well understood fact by a small number of scientists since at least the 5th of May 2020 but it is not part of the mainstream narrative so the knowledge is going to need to be pushed out there despite the best efforts of interfering busy bodies in our governments and on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
I make the suggestion that perhaps we should be discouraging the morons who run our country from combatting this "free of charge vaccine".
I first predicted the emergence of this over a month ago though I did not realise at that time just how readily these viruses mutate.
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