Have you ever wondered why some people die almost instantly and many others get no or mild symptoms after attracting the COVID-19 virus? It is all about genetics.

It is our very individual genetic makeup that determines how we handle viruses. Of course, it is not genetics only.

In addition, factors like age and underlying health conditions play their part.

However, primarily it is nothing else than genetics that decides the way your body’s defense system works.

Nowadays, we successfully can correct genetic anomalies with the CRISPR CAS method, but politicians prevent us from doing so.

We are able to modify the human DNA responsible for the body defense system. Scientists can give humans protection against viruses but the consequences are severe.

Modifying DNA can protect us from a wide variety of viruses. We can do it today.

Last year, Chinese scientist He Jiankui was send to prison and got a fine of $ 430.000 after editing baby’s genes to make them HIV resistant

There was a worldwide “oh..ah..” as the scientist announced his experiments after the birth of twin babies last November.

The local court in Shenzhen explained the verdict that the scientist had acted “in the pursuit of personal fame and gain” and he had seriously “disrupted medical order. He crossed the bottom line of ethics in scientific research and medical ethics”

However, did he and his fellow colleagues really do so?

Isn’t it great to make humankind less vulnerable for diseases and live a better life?

The stance against a genetic solution could be a conspiracy between corrupt governments and Big Pharma as healthier humans use tremendously less medication.

There is no religious argument against making physically better humans. God asks us to explore and keep the benefits.

COVID-19 is not human made. It is a virus in a normal periodical sequence from nature to cope with matters as overpopulation and survival of the fittest.

The untold truth about COVID-19 is that it is persistent as HIV. In other words, the virus could possibly stay with the patient forever.

There is evidence for that as in South Korea a growing number of COVID-19 patients tested positive again after an earlier recovery.

Last week, it emerged that 163 patients tested positive again weeks after a full recovery. Those patients are now back in isolation.

To find out reasons for relapse, South Korean health authorities are running a range of tests and vetting a wide range of scenarios.

Authorities say that some relapsed patients may have active viruses that make them sick again. As of Friday last week, at least 61 developed symptoms, albeit mild.

Waiting for definitive answers Korean authorities are for now advising recovered patients to stay home for an additional two weeks and go on monitoring for symptoms.