Covid-19 Triggered Fungal Infection


A certain headline read:

FUNGAL INFECTION TRIGGERED BY COVID-19 SEEN IN CITIES ALL OVER INDIA

A Delhi hospital has reported around 13 cases of a fungal infection in patients that is triggered by COVID-19. Doctors from Sri Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH), Delhi has said the infection has caused the loss of eyesight, removal of the nose and jaw bone and five people have died due to this infection. The black fungus infection has been identified as Mucormycosis that occurs when you have a weakened immunity due to illness or health condition, which happens when one tests positive for Covid-19.

Now comes the “I told you so” part.

Following is an excerpt from my paper which I wrote on May 11, 2020.

Also, considering the rate of adaptability and the ability of the SARS-CoV2 gene to mutate with almost anything, I wouldn’t consider it completely hypothetical, if at a later stage, it ends up mutating or binding with a variety of fungi, especially the likes of Meliola Anfracta or some other Black Fungus and cause infections like mucormycosis, chromoblastomycosis, etc.

Now, either I am way ahead of time or the more plausible explanation is, I analyzed the SARS-CoV2 Novel Coronavirus far better than everyone else.

Sometimes, things like these make me realize that I am even better than I think I am.

Until now, out of all the analyses I made, not a single one has been proved wrong. Fascinating! Right?

Universe is a fascinating place!

5 replies

  1. Yes indeed it is fascinating that you are ahead of the curve. Just goes to show how intellectually dishonest the experts are in this day and age.

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