It’s Penny here! I’ve been sent on a pretty important information gathering mission to a small SFA lab near my home. I need to find out more about the virus and how it can be transferred in ways that are not widely known. I was able to get a quick interview with a scientist named Bethany Rivers and she said it was fine for me to give you some quick information. I will have a more in depth report at a later date.
Here are the facts you should know about insects (like Mosquitoes) and the virus!
*The live virus cannot be sustained by any other host than human. Due to the way it is engineered and the extreme temperatures that it raises the host body, most other animals and organisms die before it can replicate and infect.
*Since this virus is known as a “smart and adaptable” type, it has “learned” to become dormant in certain instances and can be carried in almost every living creature including animals and insects like the mosquito. This dormant virus is hard to study since it is almost impossible to identify until it is active.
That is all I know for now. I am scheduled to talk to the head of this facility tomorrow and I will post that report as soon as I can. Thank you so much for reading this special report!