Test reveals no innate immunity to sars cov 2 – expert advice requested
I live in Europe and had a test completed that tests for innate immunity by testing for T cell activity to Sars cov 2 and also other corona viruses. The test is provided by arminlabs and is called iSpot: https://arminlabs.com/en/covid19/sars-cov-2-ispot
Below are the results of the test. It’s a negative all the way even though my general practitioner was convinced I had a covid infection early 2020 at the start of the pandemic.
I am struggling interpreting the results. Is it still possible I had a prior infection but recovered so easily and quickly that I didn’t make a lot memory cells (I was tired for weeks and had an elevated temperature of 37.5 degrees celcius for about 5 weeks but was never really sick). If this means I was never infected, does this mean I am super vulnerable to catching it?
I can hardly believe Sars cov 2 and I haven’t crossed paths yet, I have two toddlers and a very active social life (also during most of the lockdowns). I’m not vaccinated but almost all my friends are and they are all catching covid in the past weeks. I just keep testing negative on all my self tests and PCR tests.
I am super healthy, does this mean my body doesn’t even care about a little covid infection and stops it in its tracks or should I be careful that I may not have proper protection. I’m not against the vaccines and have been struggling deciding wether to get one or not but I’ve read too many concerning things about the genetic vaccines, I was holding out for novavax but hoping this test would reveal sufficient protection so that I wouldn’t need one at all.
Any medical professionals in the house or lab technicians that can share their insights?
I don’t have much input on this test results, except that it does not show evidence of several markers of prior infection. Do you need to document prior SC2 infection for some legal purpose?
Here in the Alleghany Highlands section of rural Virginia, we are finished playing pandemic. A high percentage of the population have had the infection already and a huge percentage had a mild cold/cough.
Vax uptake is at 42% last I heard.
Few wear masks in public places and healthcare workers only do so in places where hospital policy demands it.
I have a very high level of trust in the FLCCC type of approach to COVID. And a certainty that the only way through this for me personally is exposure to the virus. FLCCC type of treatment strategy prevents a severe course very well.
Thus far, I have not gotten clinically sick despite at least 100 close exposures to infected people without masks over the last 6 months. (I work in a hospital and am around COVID cases 4 to 8 times each day. I always remove my mask and sit close to them to talk when I know that they are COVID positive. I invite them to remove their mask too. We sit close and share breathing space.)
This approach started after Jim H posted a video of a doctor who developed documented immunity just through his work with sick patients but without getting clinically sick. I reflected on my many accidental exposures to the virus and decided to embrace the approach that I was stumbling towards accidentally.
Later I came to understand that the anti-depressant I am taking (for other reasons) was also a powerful inhibitor of COVID infection (both FIASMA which inhibits cell entry by the virus, and Sigma 1 Receptor mechanisms which greatly reduce the NF-KB triggered cytokine storm associated with COVID infection).
I came to walk towards the thing that frightened me.
For me, this dragon has been slain.
I am completely finished with this pandemic personally. I move about without fear.