posted on Mar, 9 2020 @ 11:35 PM
originally posted by: Daughter2
Here's an article that states it was more aggressive early in January.
"The more aggressive type of virus was found to be prevalent in the early stages of the outbreak in Wuhan — the Chinese city where COVID-19 was
first detected late last year."
From the beginning of this BEFORE the Chinese New Year festivals, I got the sense that the original strain was the more deadly strain. And BEFORE the
masses went to the festivals for the Chinese New Year, I had this gut feeling that China was going to intentionally release a weaker strain of the
coronavirus on purpose to the masses, in an attempt to give people some immunity in case they caught the original strain.
It was just a gut instinct, a gut feeling. I have no evidence. And China would deny that they intentionally released a weaker strain of the
coronavirus in an attempt to give their people some immunity to the more deadly strain. China would deny it even if it were true. But I've had that
gut feeling since the end of January.
Now half the news stories are claiming the weaker strain is the 2nd strain and half of the news stories claim the weaker strain is the original
So if China did release a weaker strain on purpose in attempt to give the masses some form of immunity to the more deadly strain, the problem is, does
it work? Does the weaker strain really give immunity to the more deadly strain?
And the other problem I can think of is the mutation factor. How fast does the weaker strain mutate? How fast does the more deadly strain mutate?
Not sure if anyone has answers. But it's something to think about.