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The Coronavirus Has A Second Route Of Attack

user profile picture Adam Taggart Apr 14, 2020
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The covid-19 virus, while incredibly tiny, continues to confound researchers with the myriad ways in which it can wreak havoc in the human body.

The latest surprise is that the virus may have a completely second pathway, separate from targeting ACE2 receptors, for attack.

New research indicates that, similar to HIV, covid-19 compromises the immune system’s T-cells and “turns off” their protective function, allowing the virus to replicate without interference.

And if that isn’t unwelcome enough, a new study reports that numerous patients infected with covid-19 show damage well beyond just the lungs. Described as a “full body assault”, notable damage to the heart, liver and other organs is also being observed.

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In short, you do NOT want to get this! Not if you can avoid it.

So continue sheltering in place, social distancing, masks & handwashing & hygiene.

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