Maybe the “novel” coranavirus is less novel than we think, other than having been engineered to kill people better by the Chinese Communist Party?
01 July 2021. Emphasis added.
A study by Stanford University School of Medicine investigators hints that people with COVID-19 may experience milder symptoms if certain cells of their immune systems "remember" previous encounters with seasonal coronaviruses -- the ones that cause about a quarter of the common colds kids get.
These immune cells are better equipped to mobilize quickly against SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus responsible for COVID-19, if they've already met its gentler cousins, the scientists concluded.
The findings may help explain why some people, particularly children, seem much more resilient than others to infection by SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. They also might make it possible to predict which people are likely to develop the most severe symptoms of COVID-19.
WIND: maybe the “novel” coranavirus is less novel than we think, other than having been engineered to kill people better by the Chinese Communist Party?