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https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0041010120302245?fbclid=IwAR3FAcfhMdIUErfNUlmPDZdp6mUeSFtNxR8KYE-FKc6fhEbS0ZNDqv0txaY   Oops, this attachment might work!

Had a quick read. I hate to be harsh but there seems to be a complete lack of science in this article. There are a few statistics that have been thrown together to sound like they might mean something but if you actually look at the official numbers they are meaningless:

 

Covid cases in Hubei province (province where Wuhan is): 68,139.

Population of Hubei province: 58.5 million (of which approx 11 million are Wuhan).

So just over 1 in every 1000 people in Hubei province has (officially) had covid-19. 

 

To suggest that looking at a sample of 121 people and not seeing any severe covid issues somehow means these people were protected from covid is nonsense.

 

 

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By now there must've been an of beekeepers in the world infected to give some sort of idea of whether they react the same as normal or not.

The whole thing is probably a waste of time but it might just have something in it. I have also heard that consuming large quantities of honey on a daily basis has a protective effect.

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