WHO says covid is now with us forever

12 months ago

Are you ready for the fact that the “new normality” is forever?

Most of us initially assumed that “social distancing” would be temporary, but now senior world health officials are warning us that some of these temporary measures may remain in the foreseeable future.

This means that our life can be seriously disturbed for a long time. In fact, Dr. Anthony Fauci (the head of the US Department of Health) has just told the Senate committee that it may not be safe to open schools throughout America when the next school year begins in the fall. Apparently, Fauchi and other medical experts believe that we will not be able to fully return to our normal lives while this virus continues to spread.

But how long should we wait?

WHO says covid is now with us forever
The truth is that this pandemic can still be at the very beginning of its path.

The Spanish flu pandemic lasted three full years, and we might have faced a similar scenario.

And this week, WHO spokesman Mike Ryan warned that the virus could even become “endemic,” and if it does, it will “never disappear” …

“It’s important to bear in mind that this virus can become another endemic virus in our communities, and this virus may never disappear,” said WHO emergency expert Mike Ryan at an online briefing.
“I think it’s important that we be realistic, and I don’t think that anyone can predict when this disease will disappear,” he added, “I think there can be no promises and dates. This disease can turn into a long-term problem. ”
In other words, Ryan says the virus could look like the flu that continues to appear year after year.

So what will we do if this happens?
Should we stop the economy every year when a new wave of COVID-19 infections begins?

Of course, in any case, the locks were not so effective. They may have temporarily slowed the spread of the virus, but in the end, most of the world’s population will still be affected, regardless of what we do.

But instead of confronting the reality of this pandemic, Fauci continues to maintain his position. And many Americans were completely outraged when he suggested that schools continue to remain closed when the next school year begins.

The following comment from Tucker Carlson …

To make it clear, Fauci did not just say that certain employees, or even all employees, remain at home for the foreseeable future. He implied that schools and colleges could reopen only if there was a cure for the virus or vaccine. He said the prospect of this is too far.
In other words, all schools must be stopped until the coronavirus is cured.
The problem is that there is currently no approved vaccine for any of several coronaviruses. We still do not have one for ARVI. So this may never happen at all.
Many people do not seem to still believe how difficult it is for researchers to create a vaccine against COVID-19.

Just as Tucker Carlson said, there has never been a successful vaccine against any coronavirus in human history.

Despite all our efforts, there is no vaccine for ARVI.

And despite all our efforts, there is no vaccine for MERS.

Needless to say, there is no “cold vaccine” either.

Perhaps this time our scientists will do the impossible, and they will certainly make every effort to do this.

But at the same time, many officials around the world seem to be convinced that the best strategy at the moment is to keep people at home.

For example, the “home quarantine” in Washington, DC, was just renewed until June 8th …

Washington, DC, is extending its home stay order until June 8, Mayor Muriel Bowser said Wednesday.
The mayor said the city has not yet met all the necessary criteria for opening.
And health director Barbara Ferrer has just renewed the quarantine at home in Los Angeles County indefinitely …

Meanwhile, Ferrer extended the home quarantine order in the county, which was introduced to slow the spread of coronavirus and banned assemblies and established requirements for social distance. She said the new healthcare order has no end date, and emphasized that people should stay at home as much as possible to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, which killed more than 1,600 people in the county.
“As I said from the start, it will be a slow path,” Ferrer adds.
Following this statement, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said, “Good Morning America,” that his city “will never be completely open until we cure him.”

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