Top Scientist Says Much of Population Is Immune to Wuhan Coronavirus | Beaufort County Now | Professor Karl Frisson has told the British media that a substantial portion of the population was never even susceptible to the Wuhan coronavirus | beaufort observer, rant & rave, top scientist, population, immunity, coronavirus, covid-19, june 5, 2020

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Top Scientist Says Much of Population Is Immune to Wuhan Coronavirus

    Professor Karl Frisson, a member of the UK's scientific "Sage Committee" that is recommending virus response policy to the UK government, has told the British media that a substantial portion of the population was never even susceptible to the Wuhan coronavirus, and that differs between countries but can run as high as 80% of the population. He suggested this could come from prior exposure to other viruses, including the common cold, but there are other possible explanations.

    Dr. Frisson has been ranked by Science magazine as the most influential scientist in the world in neuroscience modelling.

    It is unfortunate that Professor Frisson was not part of the UK's response from the beginning.

    Here is yet more REAL science for our science fiction governor Roy Cooper, or is the Cooper's "science" really political science?



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