New virus discovered in Swiss ticks
- December 7, 2022
- University of Zurich
- The Alongshan virus was discovered in China only five years ago. Now researchers have found the novel virus for the first time in Swiss ticks. It appears to be at least as widespread as the tickborne encephalitis virus and causes similar symptoms. The team is working on a diagnostic test to assess the epidemiological situation.
There is no test for this virus.
This too is a problem. We don’t have accurate tests for the pathogens infecting people. Sick people continue to go to doctors for help, are given inaccurate, faulty tests, are told they are “fine,” or are gaslit, and are sent packing.
- https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2022/12/15/molecular-detection-of-anaplasma-babesia-odocoilei-babesia-spp-borrelia-burgdorferi-sensu-lato-in-songbirds/ Babesia odocoilei is now the predominant Babesia strain in North America. It also has no diagnostic test. This helps explain why so many patients receive zero help. They have strains that do not show up on testing. This has been a huge problem for decades. Our government’s answer is to fund more ‘climate change’ research, which independent research has proven is a moot point.
- Climate-change researchers overlook and do not take into account established populations of I. scapularis found in the late 1960’s in the upper Midwest, as well as at Manitoba in 1991, in their climate change model maps. Even game hunters remember ticks on the heads and necks of deer in the 1950’s and 1960’s in northwestern Ontario and southern Manitoba. The faulty climate change maps are devoid of any ticks in those areas – yet experience shows otherwise. This has been the experience of patients across the globe as well. Source