Are the Reinfections Really Re-emergences?
It may be that what we think are re-infections are actually the re-emergence of a virus that lies latent and then manifests–like repeatedly.
I asked Dr. Seheult of MedCram about this a few months ago, and he said “I hope not, but this is a new virus….”
Can someone look into the possibility that SarsCov-2 may do what herpes viruses do, that is, to break out and then hide out ad infinitum? Also, I have had to deal with Chronic Epstein-Barr Virus, or CEBV, and it had a habit of hitting me hard for a while and then letting up.
Covid-19 has symptoms related to the nervous system, with the loss of taste and smell, mental abnormalities, phantom pains, and all that. And my non-medical-background understanding is that herpes viruses “hide out” in nervous tissue.
If SarsCov-2, likely a chimeric lab creation, a Frankenvirus made by mad (ethically-challenged, amoral) scientists, has splices of such viruses neatly stitched in, it could explain people getting sick again when they don’t know the source of the reinfection.
Please, someone, ask someone to think on this. It would be some very bad news indeed if it has this ability to hide and re-emerge, but it looks like the Creators were going for max problematics when they made this evil bug.
And do please consider ionic or colloidal silver. It totally rid me of the CEBV problem within 36 hours of my first dose and that after suffering for 2 years with it. I’m just sayin’. Granted, if silver starts being touted on Peak Prosperity, Chris and Adam will face attacks that make the de-monetization and un-subscribing that they have seen seem inconsequential. But I know it works for many complaints related to infection. You should know it too.
Is is possible that this could act that way, but coronaviruses have not been seen to act like this – but if you are correct about a frankenvirus, it could have some of that it in it. It hard to tell that these reinfections are just reactivations. But it would make more sense to just be reinfected with this type of virus, end result same. So, we need not draw anything different if this is the case of not. There are questions worth pondering. Though this is an interesting theory to work on, it does nothing for benefit at the moment. But it has been noted by others as a possibility.. especially considering how long the symptoms and course progress and persist in some.
Is there any where we can find a study or statistics on how often people in the US are getting reinfected with COVID-19 … Especially with the delta variety coming on so strong?