More evidence of prolonged existence of spike protein & RNA (post virus): Spike and/or viral RNA fragments persist in the recovered COVID-19 patients up to 1 year or longer after acute COVID; we know
by Paul Alexander
spike exists post COVID gene injection & we know it exists post infection; this study focuses on 'long-COVID' & found spike & RNA & we can extrapolate again to circulating spike/RNA post gene shot
Longer-term post COVID symptoms are real from virus as well as gene injection. One can extrapolate these findings to persons post shot.
Looked at post-COVID symptoms in 116 persons in hospital due to COVID in Kansas.
‘investigated the levels of both Spike protein (Spike) and viral RNA circulating in patients hospitalized with acute COVID-19 and in patients with and without PASC.
found that Spike and viral RNA were more likely to be present in patients with PASC.
Among these patients, 30% were positive for both Spike and viral RNA; whereas, none of the individuals without PASC were positive for both.
The levels of Spike and/or viral RNA in the PASC+ve patients were found to be increased or remained the same as in the acute phase; whereas, in the PASC−ve group, these viral components decreased or were totally absent.
In conclusion, our findings suggest that Spike and/or viral RNA fragments persist in the recovered COVID-19 patients with PASC up to 1 year or longer after acute SARS-CoV-2 infection.’