Coronavirus a Second Time? This is Turning Into a Crapshoot


Hong Kong reports Reinfection of COVID-19 for 33 year old  

Health Editor’s Note: Hong Kong has announced that they have a confirmed case of a 33 year-old who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 for the second time.  Clinicians have been wary that a coronavirus infection will give someone immunity to fight of subsequent coronavirus infections. Those who test positive for COVID-19, and have no actual symptoms, seem to have a very short-lived immunity to coronavirus. 

Interestingly this second infection is of a different genetic make-up of than the first infection and with the second infection, the 33 year-old has had no symptoms. Interesting fact is that this person had been to Spain, going through Britain on August 15 before testing positive yet again, as if once being COVID-19 positive is not enough…..Carol 

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  1. FURTHERMORE: the three sequences of nucleotide that the PCR test searches for to fetch SARS-Cov2 CAN’T find the virus because SARS-Cov2 is an enveloped, positive-sense, single-stranded RNA virus hence… NO Thimine ‘T’ in its nucleotide sequence that have been ‘substituted’ by Uracil ‘U’.

    SO… if you search for a ‘T’ nucleotide in an RNA virus… good luck ! You’ll search forever and never find it ! So what about the positives in the PCR test ?

  2. BOMBSHELL !!!
    It only proves that COVID test are… CRAP !

    Just take the famous and touted PCR test for example, it test for three very short RNA virus sequences of nucleotide in a bio-sample. For Sars-Cov2, the second sequence is “CTCCCTTTGTTGTGTTGT”.

    BUT… this second sequence IS an inherent part of the Human DNA !!! more precisely… part of the 8th chromosome !

    So, if the PCR test tests for… *Human DNA* 33% of the time, no wonder the aberrant number of cases it reports ! And no wonder multiple infection it can report…


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