There's a new coronavirus out in the wild

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theres a new flu every year, this is no different. other than the mass panic peddled by the media.
 

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can't wait to get my next omnicron booster pfizer jab!!!!
hope a new variant comes out so I can get another booster jab soon : ))
 

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Omicron is weak



, that is the natural progression of viral mutations they get weaker symptomatically but more infectious at they further mutate
this is good news , it means that herd immunity can now be reached without serious health impacts, the virus is mutating and merging with the common cold strains of corona viruses
this scares the big pharma , they are now in a panic to sell sell sell
, I suspect that the variants are being created in the same lab as the original strain (and being deliberately released of course)
but maybe this one was an unforeseen natural mutation and was not manufactured in lab and this one threatens to confer natural herd immunity and end the plandemic ,we know these criminals will stop at nothing though so if it does spread exponentially and it is very mild as is predicted so far, they will just go back to their labs and cook up something much worse soon after to keep the pandemic going or just lie their asses of some more and hope that people don't catch on when their bioweapon finally peters out and mutates back to something no more serious than a common cold and infects everyone and due to i's mutation making it spread exponentially conferring natural herd immunity to most people without them even realizing it


if that happens they might have to work really hard in their labs on new gain of function to keep tis thing going

maybe they will even have to come up with something new entirely
 

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Drink that Kool-Aid
Since making that post, we have already had numerous confirmed cases of Omicron in the United States, and the preliminary data shows that a third dose (the booster) may be required for adequate protection against Omicron.
 

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The Flu doesn't kill 500,000 people in a year
The flu actually does kill hundreds of thousands of people per year globally, but that's without physical distancing, mass vaccination (not as many people get the yearly flu shot), mask-wearing, etc. Unchecked, COVID-19 is far more deadly than the flu, particularly early in the pandemic.
 

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Since making that post, we have already had numerous confirmed cases of Omicron in the United States, and the preliminary data shows that a third dose (the booster) may be required for adequate protection against Omicron.
It will never end. Hope you're looking forward to your 20 ''boosters'' a year
 
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