Tall People at Greater COVID Risk, High Altitudes Spur Increased COVID Cases

  • "Considering my previous research on the COVID-height correlation, I concur with Dr. Cardillo and the Oxford study. Persons of at least six feet are at greater risk for COVID contraction," says Greshun.
  • "High altitudes, low 02 levels, and a lurking virus eager to destroy one's respiratory system can be a deadly combination," says Scuentist Greshun De Bouse.
  • Researcher Greshun De Bouse says "COVID is fascinatingly puzzling, and with joint efforts of myself and other scientists/researchers/medical pros, COVID cure is inevitable.

COVID, COVID Go Away! Don’t Come Back on Any Day!  This little ditty resonates in the hearts of all as an expression of their feelings toward #covibully.  We want COVID gone, cured, but we must know more about its cause to concoct a eradicating solution. Our friend Scientist and Researcher Greshun De Bouse is one who is ever researching COVID causes, viral structure and mutations, molecular formula, and more toward the end goal of eradication.  Now, Greshun’s research has yielded another finding: higher altitudes are conducive to increased COVID cases. Read on and learn why in Greshun’s own words. She says:

High altitude areas contain diminished atmospheric pressure and oxygen for human inhalation.  Considering COVID is an aggressive and rapid attacker of respiration normalcy, any interference with such normalcy yields to increased COVID contraction.  The propensity for COVID to spread like wildfire in high altitudes is great. High altitudes, low 02 levels, and a lurking virus eager to destroy one’s respiratory system can be a deadly combination.  Concerning a vaccine, we have heard such entails injecting individuals with a miniscule dosage of the virus in an effort to build one’s immunity to it. However, COVID is such a contagion of viral cell multiplicity that a smidgen contained in a vaccine could serve as an immunological breakdown inciter in the human body, that ushers COVID in rather than building the desired immunological response.  

Scientist Greshun says its not just higher altitudes or mountainous regions that create COVID susceptibility, but its also ones height. ER specialist Dr. Anthony Cardillo stated “We are finding that people who are taller are getting the disease at a higher rate,” and “A new study from Oxford finds a higher prevalence of COVID-19 among people who are more than six feet tall.”

Scientist Greshun says:

Considering my previous research on the COVID-height correlation, I concur with Dr. Cardilli and the Oxford study.  Persons of at least six feet are at greater risk for COVID contraction, which includes basketball players, and anyone six feet or more.  Why? When we revisit the findings on the correlation between high altitudes and greater COVID contraction, we find applicability to height.  Tall persons are at higher altitudes, and thus more COVID-succeptible. With such information, one may conclude logically that upstairs may pose higher COVID risk than downstairs, or standing may be riskier than sitting.  One could let his or her mind wander into all of the various scenarios of altitude/height implications in increased COVID contraction, but I believe all get the gist of what I am stating. COVID is fascinatingly puzzling, and with joint efforts of myself and other scientists/researchers/medical pros, COVID cure is inevitable.

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