This article reports that the ***** is mutating rather rapidly in a way that makes it weaker:
I saw a few red flags in that story! Is a gastroenterologist an expert in respiratory viruses?Sky News Australia...ummm...let’s just say it’s not like Sky UK.
It’s basically the home of the Australian far right. I’d take that article with a massive pinch of salt!
I think the article is nonsense but I do have to say that in general ***** do tend to mutate and that these mutations do tend to make the ***** less deadly over time.I saw a few red flags in that story! Is a gastroenterologist an expert in respiratory viruses?
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A potential explanation for the varied symptoms of *********:
My niece who is a RN in Victoria B.C. Canada had told me they were beginnning to use spitting aka saliva. That was back in early June. I have no idea if the rest of Canada is doing it. She said they were getting a bit better results. Keep in mind that the testing couldn’t tell the difference between The ***** and the flu. Obviously deaths, hospitilzation etc would tell the difference with further tests etc.