July 3, 2022

Immune Memory May Be the Cause of Covert-19 Misidentification

People with immune memory may be mislabeled as negative for Covid-19 exposure. This is because the person has been exposed to infectious agents in the past and their body is now resistant to it. When an individual tests positive for Covid-19, they are at a high risk of developing symptoms such as fever, headache, muscle pain, and sore throat; however if someone testing negative has these symptoms but is not infected with Covid-19 then they likely have immune memory. They are experiencing the consequences of having been exposed to similar pathogens in the past.

During certain viral infections, neurons undergo apoptosis (cell death). The physiological purpose of this is unclear; however it does seem to make sense for a virus-induced illness. As part of the immune response, macrophages destroy infected cells through phagocytosis. During this process, pieces of the cell membrane are destroyed along with the virus itself, releasing peptides into the bloodstream which then produce antibodies that attack them. These pieces of cell membrane are called antigens and trigger an immune response in individuals who have experienced similar infections in the past.

Hence, when someone has been infected by a virus in the past and their immune system has produced specific antibodies that bind to antigens released from the cell membrane, making them appear positive for Covid-19 exposure.

Covid nine is a type of antibody connected to a long strand of amino acids which attach to pieces of viral membranes released when macrophages destroy cells infected by a virus. Covid-19 is very similar to Covid Nine (they are both made up of amino acids) but, they are different enough to fool the immune system into producing an antibody against it rather than for it. This will make someone appear positive for Covid-19 exposure when in fact they have immune memory or some other form of resistance to the virus.

This is very important because an individual may receive treatment, worsening their symptoms and possibly leading to death or permanent disabilities. This situation could be avoided by taking a simple blood test prior to giving them antiviral drugs.

Now I’m questioning everything…what do you guys think? Have you ever heard of Covid Nine? Comment below 🙂

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People with immune memory may be mislabeled as negative for Covid-19 exposure. This is because the person has been exposed to infectious agents in the past and their body is now resistant to it. When an individual tests positive for Covid-19, they are at a high risk of developing symptoms such as fever, headache, muscle pain, and sore throat; however if someone testing negative has these symptoms but is not infected with Covid-19 then they likely have immune memory. They are experiencing the consequences of having been exposed to similar pathogens in the past.