Coronavirus becoming far less deadly as it “adapts” to human hosts… no vaccine necessary, says doctor
(Natural News) A professor and infectious disease expert from Italy says that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is already fizzling out, and that a vaccine for it will probably already be obsolete by the time it arrives.
Matteo Bassetti, head of the infectious disease unit at the Policlinico San Martino Hospital in Italy told the British media that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus, as it is also called, is rapidly losing virulence and could disappear completely without any further intervention.
Since the novel virus is already showing signs of decline in terms of infection severity, it is only a matter of time before it becomes a non-issue entirely, with no vaccine necessary.
“The clinical impression I have is that the virus is changing in severity,” he told The Telegraph (UK). As it turns out, the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) was much more serious back in March and early April than it is now, with current patterns suggesting it to be far less serious than other common illnesses.
“Now, in the past four weeks, the picture has completely changed in terms of patterns. There could be a lower viral load in the respiratory tract, probably due to a genetic mutation in the virus which has not yet been demonstrated scientifically. Also, we are now more aware of the disease and able to manage it.”
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Doctors from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center agree with Bassetti that coronavirus is quickly fading away
Bassetti is not alone in this assessment as doctors from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) agree that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is rapidly becoming a non-threat, and that people are not getting as sick from it as they once were.
The idea that people are becoming infected with “lower amounts” of the virus seems to be spreading in popularity as medical experts wonder at the changes that are occurring.
Whatever the case may be, the virus certainly does not warrant the draconian measures still be pushed on the masses as a supposed means of keeping it in check. Perhaps it is time to retake our freedoms and focus more on prevention in terms of building strong natural immunity to whatever our bodies might encounter.
Keep in mind that warm weather is also at play now that the Northern Hemisphere has entered true summer. Just like with the first iteration of SARS – the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is basically SARS 2.0 – it largely disappeared once the sun came out, suggesting that increased exposure to vitamin D helped people to overcome it.
Another thing to keep in mind is the fact that the mortality rate for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) was already low even before this, and restricted mostly to the elderly and the immunocompromised. Now that rate is even lower, based on the assessment of Bassetti and others, which means people have little to worry about, generally speaking.
“The virus was never that virulent for healthy individuals,” wrote one commenter at The Epoch Times, affirming the view of other commenters that the whole thing has been painfully overblown.
“Those with weak immune systems are still in isolation while the healthy are mostly getting mild infections.”
Another supported this by adding that, “for those with strong immune systems, it was never an acute problem.”
To keep up with the latest news about the CCP virus, be sure to check out Pandemic.news.
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