Plenty of Coronaviruses but no SARS-CoV2: February Study Finds no Evidence of COVID Virus, Still Holds True

plenty of coronaviruses

While there are plenty of coronaviruses in the body, there is no proof of SARS-CoV2. A European February 2020 study could find no evidence.

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There are plenty of coronaviruses in our body

at any one time. In fact, pulmonologist Wolfgang Wodarg says in his experience it’s around 7-15% of the viruses in our body, and as I covered in previous articles on the human virome, that’s 7-15% translates into a very very large number given that the virome is estimated to contain 380 trillion viruses. So, there are plenty of coronaviruses around, but guess what? There’s no SARS-CoV2, the virus said to be causing COVID. The answers have been in front of our face all along throughout this scripted pandemic. A European study from February 2020 earlier this year entitled Plenty of Coronaviruses but no SARS-CoV-2 illustrates the point I have been making for several months now: there is zero concrete proof of the existence of a novel coronavirus or a new virus. The conclusions

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