T-Cells (HA 104 Almost-Pushkin Sonnet)

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When I encounter an idea that tacks
some sense into phenomena observed,
and isn’t contradicted by the facts,
I think that clear attention is deserved.

About this virus, all we know for sure
(besides the absence of vaccine or cure)
is we don’t know. The news is simplified,
and access to good data is denied.

The situation’s wretched, but the deaths
are not increasing exponentially.
A few examine T-cells in controlled
environments, and postulate in depth
that more than half may have immunity
to some degree, we built from common colds.

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