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COVID may never fully disappear. Here's how we live with it.

Care4all

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You promote people who are obese as normal. In fact 200 pound women and heavier are pushed as sexual beauties in this modern age. This is just one agenda that is weakening us all.
Huh? Where did I promote such?

Are you implying that all the obese people in the USA should just be killed off by covid, and we would all be better off in the world? Including the 35% of children in the USA who are obese?
 

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I will not participate in the mental illness.

Their right to be hysterical ends at my arm.

And I will be vindicated as more information on these "vaccines" is known.
 

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COVID may never fully disappear. Here's how we live with it.​

Mike Bebernes
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Wed, September 15, 2021, 3:36 PM

With the United States in the midst of a surge of coronavirus cases driven by the Delta variant and scientists concerned that colder weather may bring yet another spike in infections in the fall, it can be easy to lose sight of the reality that, eventually, the pandemic will end.

The end of the pandemic does not mean that COVID-19 will go away entirely, however. Most scientists have come to believe that the idea of a “COVID zero” future is unrealistic. Only one infectious disease among humans, smallpox, has ever been fully eradicated, and that didn’t happen until nearly 200 years after the first smallpox vaccine was invented.

All other diseases become endemic, a term that describes a state in which the threat gradually decreases until the disease becomes a regular part of life, like the flu — which kills up to 60,000 people a year. In this scenario, there would still be a baseline of COVID-19 infections at any given time and occasional larger outbreaks, but immunity from vaccines and infections would lower overall risk enough that large-scale mitigation measures like masking and lockdowns won’t be seen as necessary.


And here we are. When will we be escorted to the concentration camps?

Covid will never be gone, it's part of life on earth now, you can't beat it. It has the same mechanisms as the flu virus and as well know you can't beat the flu. You don't have to fully understand the epidemiology of covid or even a virologist. Hell even a highschool student that took microbiology has a basic understanding of this.

Too many fucking morons are running around just regurgitating "what you don't want a polio shot"? Because they don't understand how different covid and polio are. Too many think all viruses are exactly the same just because they are all called a virus.

No, covid I'd now part of life on earth. It isn't going anywhere.
 

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The math

1% of USA population, is 3,300,000 dead from covid.
The actual mortality is obviously less than 1%. At the current pace it would take 8+ years to reach 3,300,000. The government and liberal press have been lying to folks for their own agenda. Asymptomatic people are not counted, tracked, or of any interest to the CDC and liberal media.
 

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