Like Poliovirus and HIV,  the SARS-Cov-2 virus, causing the COVID-19 disease, is most likely a virus which takes advantage of changes in our electromagnetic environment.

Like HIV, it is a new virus, likely resulting from an adaptive mutation which allowed it to spread more efficiently in a modified electromagnetic environment.

Countrary to the prevailing situation when Poliomyelitis and AIDS initially appeared, we are now in a position to understand the basic mechanisms underlying the emergence of the SARS-Cov-2 virus. It may be possible to take steps to correct our electromagnetic emissions so as to slow down the pandemia or even eradicate the virus. Whilst a vaccine is only a remote perspective, perhaps an ilusion as was the case with HIV, appropriate changes in electromagnetic emissions could be done in the short term.

This virus appeared in China during the rollout of 5G in the 3400-3600 MHz band. It spread to South Korea which also had 5G in the same band, then to Iran which had  “4.5G”  in the same band, then to Lumbardy which was the best-equipped region for 5G in Italy in the 3600-3800 MHz band.  It thus seems likely that the virus is well adapted to large-bandwidth electromagnetic fields in at least the 3400-3800 MHz band.  The most obvious steps to be tried would be to turn off these emissions.

However, any professional having carefully consulted our web site will understand that any change in the emission of electromagnetic fields results in complex effects. For example, immediate effects may differ from long-term effects. A proper understanding of underlying mechanisms will facilitate the optimization and follow-up of any corrective actions.

The first study on the electromagnetic aspect of viruses was published in 2009 by the group of Nobel prize Luc Montagnier, and it was about the emission ef electromagnetic waves by the HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). Works later published by this group raise the issue of a possible electromagnetic aspect of virus transmission. Since the virus can be detected electromagnetically, it is not surprising that the immune system, which detects viruses, has itself an electromagnetic aspect. This is what we proposed since 2013, and later applied to viral pandemics (Poliomyelitis, AIDS). Since 2015 we proposed that there is a link between these pandemics and electromagnetif fields emitted by telecommunication systems. We considerably developed the understanding of electromagnetic aspects of viral disease, and today we have the level of understanding and knowledge which are an absolute need to assist public authorities and telecom operators in the fight against Coronavirus.

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