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Why might New York & Francis's Italian Bishops Community be Scared of the Coronavirus?

- Updated March 26, 2020

Why is it that Coronavirus male death rates are much larger than the mortality rates of woman?

Why is it that the all male Francis Italian Bishops community (which apparently might include the Vatican Gay Lobby) is so worried about the Coronavirus that they are banning the Mass in Italy?

Why might Italy and specifically the small Italian city of Bergamo be the epicenter of the Coronavirus in Europe?

Might the following have something to do with it?

Hachette Book Group says all the large cities of Italy have "a vibrant gay community, and even small cities Bergamo... have their own gay associations... Travel magazines regularly rate Italy as the top destination for gay travelers."
(HachetteBookGroup.com, Italy's Gay and Lesbian Culture)

Why is it that New York City is the epicenter of Coronavirus in the United States and, also, happens to have the highest population of gays of all American cities according to Wikipedia?

Might the scientific information, if it is accurate or correct, below point to the possible answers to the above questions?

On January 14, 2008, Reuters' headline titled "Drug-resistant staph [Stachylococus aureus] found to be passed by gay sex" reported "Sexually active gay men in San Francisco are 13 times more likely to be infected than their heterosexual neighbors."

The NCBI report by MF Morgene said:

"Lipoteichic acid from S. [Stachylococus] aureus increased the susceptibility to coronavirus infection in pigs."
(NCBI, "Staphylococcus aureus colonization and non-influenza respiratory viruses," August 26, 2018)

Moreover, the Coronavirus isn't that new especially to the "male homosexual" community.

In 1986, the Journal of Clinical Pathology had an article titled "Enteric coronavirus in symptomless homosexuals" in which it was found that:

"The prevalence of enteric coronavirus in male homosexuals in our study is very striking, and it is interesting that a recent study by Kern in Germany showed that 50% of patients with AIDS were excreting enteric coronavirus whereas no virus particles were found in 18 control homosexuals."

"Although sera are available from our patients, we have not felt ethically justified in retrospectively testing them for HIV antibody without their consent. It would be speculative to suggest any correlation between the finding of coronavirus in homosexuals and either HIV infection or AIDS. We intend to amplify our study and try to determine the importance of enteric coronavirus in this group of patients."
(https://www.ncbi.nim.nih.gov > pmc, Journal of Clinical Pathology, "Enteric coronavirus in symptomless homosexuals," October 1986, T. Riordan, A. Curry and M.N. Bhattacharyya)

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Sacred Heart Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Comments

Debbie said…
Interesting. Thank you Fred.
Very interesting. I have seen this nowhere else, but is this perhaps why certain so-called AIDS drugs are being used to treat patients?

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