ACE2 “inhibitors” both cause the same symptoms that COVID-19 does all by themselves (although less severe, of cours…

ACE2 "inhibitors" both cause the same symptoms that COVID-19 does all by themselves (although less severe, of course), and also upregulate ACE2 expression, giving the virus a target-rich environment to replicate faster.
ACE2 "inhibitors" are probably a very bad idea. https://t.co/dXyK4qaKTh
— Adam Gaertner (@veryvirology) April 1, 2020