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Scientist: asymptomatic COVID-19 does not exist, and coronavirus is a common seasonal disease

A study by Swiss scientist Bede Stadler reports that coronavirus is a common seasonal disease, and asymptomatic carriers do not exist: these people have immunity to the pathogen COVID-19 and cannot infect others. Writes about it ZN.

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Mistakes were made in the fight against coronavirus worldwide, said Beda Stadler, microbiologist, professor emeritus and former director of the Institute of Immunology at the University of Bern. His research published the portal of the American Academy of Medicine for extending life.

According to Stadler, a number of mistakes were made in the fight against coronavirus.

And above all, the scientist refutes the exclusivity of the virus. The Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus is not a completely new virus, it is similar to other coronaviruses; it is like the seasonal cold virus that mutates and disappears in summer. Therefore, for example, "many veterinarians were annoyed by the announcement of the novelty of the coronavirus, since they had previously vaccinated cats, dogs, pigs and cows against it for years."

The danger of coronavirus is the lack of immunity from it, scientists believed. However, studies confirming this have not been conducted.

“It was not science, but pure speculation based on intuition, which everyone repeated one after another,” notes Stadler.

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In support of this, the scientist cites data that the new coronavirus had a lesser effect in those areas of China where SARS virus outbreaks, which caused SARS, had previously occurred.

“This is clear evidence that our immune system thinks SARS and coronavirus are at least partially similar and that one virus can protect us from another,” he said.

The researcher also cites as an example a study by German scientists. According to it, 34% of Berliners who did not have coronavirus showed acquired immunity, for which T cells are responsible. This means that these cells, finding in Sars-CoV-2 a similar structure with the causative agents of the common cold, fight with it, says Stadler.

The fact that epidemiologists did not believe in the seasonality of coronavirus led to the creation of incorrect models and forecasts.

“When the original worst-case scenarios never came true, some still cling to patterns predicting a second wave,” Stadler points out.

There are no asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus: they, like most children who are not included in the risk group, have immunity to the disease, the scientist said. The error occurred due to the fact that tests for coronavirus are unable to determine whether the virus is still alive or has already been suppressed by the immune system, and as a result, can be mistaken for an active disease "tiny destroyed parts of the virus."

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“It is likely that a large number of daily infection reports are solely due to virus junk,” Stadler points out.

“The next joke shared by some virologists was the assertion that those with no symptoms can still infect other people. A “healthy” patient would have so much virus in his throat that an ordinary conversation between two people would be enough for a healthy one to infect another healthy one, ”says the scientist.

If we assume that the so-called asymptomatic carriers of the virus are already suppressed, they can no longer spread the disease, says Stadler.

“Now the virus has disappeared. Perhaps he will return in winter, but this will not be the second wave, but seasonal. Those young and healthy people who are currently walking around with a mask on their face would be better off wearing a helmet, because the risk of something falling on their head is greater than the risk of seriously contracting the coronavirus, ”said Stadler. And in winter, “people who still get sick can put on their masks to show others what they have learned from this pandemic,” the scientist concluded.

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