Georgia journalist is one among few people who are completely immune to all known COVID variants. His blood would still kill virus even if it were diluted by 90%
- John Hollis, 56, harbors super antigens have give him extreme COVID immunity
- His blood can be dilute 10,000 times and still kill 90% of the virus
- The bizarre discovery happened when he enlisted in a study on a whim
A Georgian journalist discovered that his’super blood’ makes him immune to COVID-19.
John Hollis (56), was tested for the coronavirus and his blood could be diluted 10,000x.
Hollis’ blessing is even more: His antibodies are not only abundant but appear to never diminish with time.
He He is also immune to the virus’s ever-increasing potency, and scientists believe that his’superpower’ could extend to SARS.
He said, “My story is a crazy one,” as he described himself to be an “outlier epic proportions”
John Hollis (56), was tested and found that his blood could be diluted 10,000x and still kill 90% of the coronavirus.
Liotta is the codirector of the Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine.
Hollis says he is one in four people worldwide who have such exceptional immunity. Nonetheless, scientists have said its possible that as many as 1 in 100 are almost entirely immune to the virus, he said.
Hollis, a spokesperson for George Mason University, Virginia, discovered that he had the rare “super antibodies” in unusual circumstances.
He said, “It’s been an amazing ride.”
He Lance Liotta asked me to prepare a release asking for people who had been subject to COVID-19 to take part in a study he was doing.
Liotta is the co-director of the Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine.
Hollis mentioned that he was surprised that he had not contracted COVID after a 45 minute meeting in Liotta’s Office in April. This was despite the fact that his roommate had been very ill with the illness.
Hollis stated, “I agreed to do this just to say that I had done it.”
He I had saliva and blood samples taken from him and received a call within two days from Liotta containing the shocking news.
Hollis is a spokesperson at George Mason University in Virginia
Before Hollis was worried about the virus taking his life at the time of its discovery. He He said that he even went as far as to write a letter for his son, then 17 years old, which he gave to his lawyer friend to pass on in the event of his passing.
Then, things changed. He said, “It meant that I could get a haircut and get groceries with more confidence since it wasn’t life-or-death.”
Liotta says Hollis was infected with the virus months earlier and developed powerful antibodies.
Hollis, who was able to recall waking up in April 2020 suffering from congestion in his nose, believes it was possible that he had the disease. Liotta believes he then created the’super-antibodies’.
Liotta said, “Here’s somebody with very high levels of health and he never had any symptomatic COVID.” Told the Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionHollis used work as a journalist in the city of Boston.
He stated, “And so, that showed me that what I think controls the antibody levels might not be what scientists all thought in past.”
He never doubted the validity of Liotta’s findings. Hollis stated that he knew a man like him who wouldn’t call him unless he knew for certain.
Hollis stated that he was glad to have such immunity and hopes that the findings will help others with COVID.