Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) admitted that the vaccine was only 40% effective in reducing transmission and issued a potent warning: “We cannot say this clearly enough: even if you are vaccinated, continue to take precautions to prevent becoming infected yourself, and to infecting someone else who could die.”
The WHO is concerned that vaccinated people have a false sense of security. Why would that be? Does it have anything to do with the relentless pushing of vaccines and mandates as the only solution plaguing the globe?
Chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, “In many countries and communities, we are concerned about a false sense of security that vaccines have ended the pandemic, and that people who are vaccinated do not need to take any other precautions.”
We know that the vaccine doesn’t prevent the spreading of the virus and comes with possible severe side effects. Now the WHO has admitted that the efficacy dropped by 33% upon the arrival of the delta variant. The delta variant made up 99.8% of the covid infections in the last 60 days.
With the new omicron variant, there is no data to support that the vaccine will be effective.
How will the WHO determine if the vaccine is effective? By real-life, real-time data via the general population.
Adverse reactions have been played off as expected side effects and have not swayed their position on inoculating the world. Even though young, healthy people have been dropping like flies.
Over 100 FIFA soccer players and coaches have died in the past 6 months – many collapsing on the field and most are sudden cardiac arrest. But…just a coincidence! #TrustTheScience pic.twitter.com/Kiunlt1PsU
— Ian Smith (@iansmithfitness) November 28, 2021
In the meantime, booster shots are being pushed, and countries are on the offensive. Many countries have already begun to lock down their borders, while others are instilling more vaccine mandates.
Japan has suspended all inbound international flights. At least seven African countries have been placed on a travel blacklist (or “red list”) by other countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, to name a few. Greece has placed a vaccine mandate on citizens aged 60 and older.
Ghebreyesus also revealed that the world leaders will meet to discuss a global plan to meet future pandemics in a unified fashion.
“The ongoing chaos of this pandemic only underlines why the world needs an ironclad global agreement to set the rules of the game for pandemic preparedness and response,” he claimed.
It will be the subject of this week’s Special Session of the World Health Assembly.
He goes on to say, “The world has treaties to manage other threats; surely countries can agree on the need for a binding pact on the threat of pandemics.”
The WHO already has a plan to inoculate the world with all the present and future vaccines. Their motto? “A global strategy to leave no one behind.”
I wonder if they would feel the same way if they weren’t the ones in control.
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