Is that a virus or a vaccine in your pocket, Sage-Steve?
Calling out *ALL* the pseudo scientists with some help from Sam Bailey
Seems to me that Medical Microbiology, 4th edition, 1996 is saying that a virus is an alternative name for a vaccine, because that sure looks like a description of a vaccine to me, right down to the parasites.
Is that what it is Steve. Let’s not forget that;
Vaccines have never been isolated. Not ever.1
Vaccines are assumed by most in the jurisdiction to not be alive (i.e. dead)2
Virus is Latin for poison.
Confused? I’m not.
e.g. "All four of these bat coronaviruses have been sequenced only from bat samples and have never been isolated as live viruses from either bats or the environment.” Sourced from, “Emergence of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus”, 15th June, 2022; https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3764217/
“Is a virus a living thing? Maybe. Sometimes. It depends on location. "Outside of a cell, a viral particle is inert," Carette told me. On its own, it can't reproduce itself or, for that matter, produce anything at all. It's the ultimate parasite.” (ed. but dead aye - it’s a miracle) Sourced from What’s a virus, anyway? Part 1: The bare-bones basics, 15th June, 2022; https://scopeblog.stanford.edu/2020/04/02/whats-a-virus-anyway-part-1-the-bare-bones-basics/