Covid 19

Covid-19 Wikipedia

More than three years after the onset of Covid 19 and its variants - theories about its origins are still inconclusive and may never be known. Ellie's Origin Theories of Covid

Arguments for and against vaccines vary. For the most part they have been effective - though some attribute that to Covid variants beings less severe.

Emphasis remains on the study of Long Covid and its physical and psychological effects.

I believe Covid in any form has consciousness and an agenda. It behaves like artificial intelligence entering the body and exacerbating one's weaknesses - emotional and/or physical.

This takes us to depression, anxiety and autoimmune diseases. On a soul level the person needs/wants to do nothing and be taken care of for a period of time - it's burnout no matter how good their life is. Burnout is part of End Times in the simulation of our reality. Simply put the person is having a mini-breakdown from which they should recover partially or totally. Actually you don't need covid to have a mini-breakdown. It happens all the time as souls burn out.

Long Covid Brain Changes Mirror Those of Chronic Fatigue, Brain Scans Reveal   Science Alert - March 29, 2023
Chronic fatigue syndrome is an auto immune disease. Long COVID and chronic fatigue syndrome both seem to impact the oldest parts of the brain in a curiously similar fashion.

NIH launches long COVID clinical trials through recover initiative - August 1, 2023

Trials will focus on:

Covid hits the physical and emotional body based on one's pre-existing conditions - exacerbating them. Long Covid gives the person whatever they emotionally need in terms of professional help and just good old fashion rest as people burn out in end times.

Covid hits the physical and emotional body based on one's pre-existing conditions - exacerbating them. Long Covid gives the person whatever they emotionally need in terms of professional help and just good old fashion rest as people burn out in end times.

Other Covid Research

Scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a new test for Covid that gives results in less than one minute by breathing once or twice into a small hand-held device. They are hoping the test could be modified to detect other viruses such as flu and RSV. Another company has built an air monitor that can detect these viruses in public places in under five minutes. - - August 1, 2023

Genetic quirk could explain why not everyone shows symptoms of COVID-19   Live Science - July 20, 2023

Fever, shortness of breath and cough are all key COVID-19 symptoms we've been told to look out for throughout the pandemic. However, at least 1 in 5 people who test positive for the virus don't develop any symptoms, and the reason why has remained a mystery - until now.

'Extinct' Coronaviruses Still Thrive in North America, Just Not in Humans   Science Alert - February 7, 2023
Variations in the SARS-CoV-2 virus that have not been detected in human beings for some time are still going strong in animal populations - specifically, in the white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) roaming across the state of New York in the US.

Examining COVID-19's long-term effects on the innate immune system   Medical Express - January 23, 2023
Our immune system has two parts: the innate immune system and the adaptive immune system. The reaction of the innate system is quick but unspecific. The adaptive, specific, immune system is activated later, when there is an infection, and learns to attack viruses and bacteria that the body has encountered. The specific immune system also functions as a memory, so that the infection can be beaten much quicker the next time we encounter the same pathogen. In this study, the researchers have taken a closer look at the innate immune system, which is necessary for the body to organize any specific immune defense at all.

COVID Autopsies Reveal The Virus Spreading Through The 'Entire Body'   Science Alert - January 9, 2023
COVID-19 is defined as a respiratory infection, but the effects of the novel coronavirus are certainly not confined to any one organ. Dozens of recent autopsies show persistent evidence of SARS-CoV-2 throughout the body, including in the lungs, the heart, the spleen, the kidneys, the liver, the colon, the thorax, muscles, nerves, the reproductive tract, the eye, and the brain.

Study identifies four major subtypes of long COVID   Medical Express - January 4, 2023
Of the four major patterns detected, one featured heart and kidney problems, and included a relatively high proportion of patients infected in the first few months of the pandemic in the U.S. Another pattern included respiratory problems, anxiety, sleep disorders and other symptoms including headache and chest pain; nearly two-thirds of the patients with this pattern were women.

Scientists find key reason why loss of smell occurs in long COVID-19. The inflammatory mechanism could also help explain other long COVID-19 symptoms   Science Daily - December 21, 2022
The reason some people fail to recover their sense of smell after COVID-19 is linked to an ongoing immune assault on olfactory nerve cells and an associated decline in the number of those cells, scientists report. While focusing on the loss smell, the finding also sheds light on the possible underlying causes of other long COVID-19 symptoms - including generalized fatigue, shortness of breath, and brain fog - that might be triggered by similar biological mechanisms.

While the World Health Organization hopes COVID-19 will soon no longer be considered a public health emergency, it has warned the virus itself is here to stay.   Medical Express - December 16, 2022
Three years after the first case was identified in China in December 2019, experts say the world must learn the lessons of this pandemic to prepare for potential future outbreaks. Around 90 percent of the global population now have some level of immunity against COVID, either through vaccination or previous infection, the WHO estimates.