The Theory of Reinfections

My study, dated May 11, 2020, stated:

And once you get infected, you can’t really recover. You’ll always remain susceptible to the virus and can test positive again after the “doctors” have declared you negative for SARS-CoV2 Virus once.

So, you can get infected over and over again and there is simply no way to prevent it unless you start acted logically.

Months ago, when India started it’s Covid-19 vaccine trial which markedThe Beginning of The End, I, ever so brazenly, theorized and stated how the post Covid world will be no wonderland.

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There are still some intellectuals who believe:

Around 80% of people who get COVID-19 will recover without needing special treatment at home, and usually within around seven days. Most people will only have mild symptoms similar to the common cold.

To prove my theory:

A 27-yr-old female found to be the 1st confirmed case of Covid-19 reinfection in Bengaluru.

Well, months ago when I put out this theory, people didn’t really care. Theorists have often been considered to be people with lots of time and superficial imagination.

But one should never forget that theorists are the people who theorize everything before it is applied.

You have a choice now.

You don’t have to build something that will explode. You can have it theorized mathematically and imaginatively by someone who can, so that the chances of blowing up are considerably less.

Theories can be wrong. But the fact is, they can also be right.

It is up to you to choose what to do and choose if you want to die or stay alive.

It’s not like only a few people die. Everyone does.

But once you get infected, it just speeds up the process.

You can either keep believing what the governments and some idiots want you to or you can start accepting the reality as it is. If I say things that don’t make you happy and comfortable, it doesn’t mean that I am wrong.

As Mr. Spock once said:

Humans have an amazing capacity for believing what they choose and excluding that which is painful.

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