The New Virus Variant is More Deadly to Certain Groups of People

Translated by: MOS Media Team – Fay

On Dec. 17th, Miles Guo mentioned in the live broadcast that according to the latest information on the epidemic in China, the scientists he trusted pointed out that the overall fatality rate of the Omicron variant is lower than that of previous variants but may be higher for specific groups of people. First, the virus will cause more harm to people in heavily polluted areas. If a person’s lungs have been contaminated and there are many blockages, the Omicron virus will multiply rapidly in the person’s lungs; making the entire lung blood vessels more severely blocked and speeding up death.

 Secondly, this virus variant has a very high reproduction rate. It is also very dangerous for people with a history of lung disease, vascular disease, myocardial infarction and cerebral infarction, as well as people who have been vaccinated with mRNA vaccines, and will cause rapid death. Scientists said that Omicron’s fatality rate was very serious in the past 48 hours. He inferred that the death toll in China must have exceeded 100,000 in the past week, but the CCP did not announce it.

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27 days ago

I learned in biology that a virus cannot be spread easily from person to person. Why, well once a virus leaves its host cell in the body, that virus becomes inert, non-motile and so if someone coughs on you, you wont get any virus. So what is omricon really? The epidemic of 1918 is usually referred to as a ‘viral disease’, although initially there were ideas that it was caused by a bacterium. Herbert Shelton describes some of the early experiments conducted on volunteers from the US Naval Detention camp to determine the alleged bacterial cause and to test the… Read more »

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28 days ago

Like the info, very helpful

28 days ago

Good to know, thanks!