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We Must Start Planning For a Permanent Pandemic

JustAGuy1

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
 

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Masks and controlling the public are never going away. Libs fucking love them some fascism.
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
I fail to see how "progs" enter into a global pandemic.


I do however see climate change denial is a problem with future pandemics from a warming climate.
 

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Masks and controlling the public are never going away. Libs fucking love them some fascism.
colonelAnus don't you worry, it's just a cold and an authoritarian government is what you want.
 
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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
I fail to see how "progs" enter into a global pandemic.


I do however see climate change denial is a problem with future pandemics from a warming climate.

Well nobody has ever accused you of being too bright. You Progs live in deep fear. You lock down, we'll watch.
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
What this says is when their power is complete and built on misinformation and stealing, that their policies in total power will not be good for the general public. Real rights will be very limited. Although we all will be able to ph uk anything that moves and even dead and does not complain.
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
I fail to see how "progs" enter into a global pandemic.


I do however see climate change denial is a problem with future pandemics from a warming climate.

Well nobody has ever accused you of being too bright. You Progs live in deep fear. You lock down, we'll watch.
So in your conservative addled mind the problem with the pandemic isn't the virus, but wearing a mask, social distancing and lockdowns when the spread is uncontrolled.


You love eating those freedom fries.
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
What this says is when their power is complete and built on misinformation and stealing, that their policies in total power will not be good for the general public. Real rights will be very limited. Although we all will be able to ph uk anything that moves and even dead and does not complain.
Go back to school and this time pay attention.
 
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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
I fail to see how "progs" enter into a global pandemic.


I do however see climate change denial is a problem with future pandemics from a warming climate.

Well nobody has ever accused you of being too bright. You Progs live in deep fear. You lock down, we'll watch.
So in your conservative addled mind the problem with the pandemic isn't the virus, but wearing a mask, social distancing and lockdowns when the spread is uncontrolled.


You love eating those freedom fries.

Yawn. The virus is quite real, it's not as deadly as you have been told less than a 2% mortality rate and then only with comorbidity issues. You're scared, I get it. Tough. We're not and you know what you can do with your mask.
 
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It's amazing what the Left will accept out of fear.

Totalitarianism, form of government that theoretically permits no individual freedom and that seeks to subordinate all aspects of individual life to the authority of the state
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
What this says is when their power is complete and built on misinformation and stealing, that their policies in total power will not be good for the general public. Real rights will be very limited. Although we all will be able to ph uk anything that moves and even dead and does not complain.
Go back to school and this time pay attention.
It is what I see on the TV channels and people being destroyed for the most calming remarks. The endless subtle and force fed Progressive agendas on TV programs and movies that never end. There are people who stick it out in marriages and raising children and surviving without partying 24 hours a day who pay the price for it. And they are shit on. And there are people who are involved in what I said who promote the repeating of the same.
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
What this says is when their power is complete and built on misinformation and stealing, that their policies in total power will not be good for the general public. Real rights will be very limited. Although we all will be able to ph uk anything that moves and even dead and does not complain.
Go back to school and this time pay attention.
It is what I see on the TV channels and people being destroyed for the most calming remarks. The endless subtle and force fed Progressive agendas on TV programs and movies that never end. There are people who stick it out in marriages and raising children and surviving without partying 24 hours a day who pay the price for it. And they are shit on. And there are people who are involved in what I said who promote the repeating of the same.
I have no idea what grievance you’re trying to push with that post.
 

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Masks and controlling the public are never going away. Libs fucking love them some fascism.
Masks may not be going anywhere, but public control may be another story should it impact the lives of other people negatively enough. I can not see certain things being cancelled forever.

God bless you always!!!

Holly
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
What this says is when their power is complete and built on misinformation and stealing, that their policies in total power will not be good for the general public. Real rights will be very limited. Although we all will be able to ph uk anything that moves and even dead and does not complain.
Go back to school and this time pay attention.
It is what I see on the TV channels and people being destroyed for the most calming remarks. The endless subtle and force fed Progressive agendas on TV programs and movies that never end. There are people who stick it out in marriages and raising children and surviving without partying 24 hours a day who pay the price for it. And they are shit on. And there are people who are involved in what I said who promote the repeating of the same.
I have no idea what grievance you’re trying to push with that post.
Being responsible with life and sticking it out in not a good situation for your children.
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
What this says is when their power is complete and built on misinformation and stealing, that their policies in total power will not be good for the general public. Real rights will be very limited. Although we all will be able to ph uk anything that moves and even dead and does not complain.
Go back to school and this time pay attention.
It is what I see on the TV channels and people being destroyed for the most calming remarks. The endless subtle and force fed Progressive agendas on TV programs and movies that never end. There are people who stick it out in marriages and raising children and surviving without partying 24 hours a day who pay the price for it. And they are shit on. And there are people who are involved in what I said who promote the repeating of the same.
I have no idea what grievance you’re trying to push with that post.
Being responsible with life and sticking it out in not a good situation for your children.
How is that germane to subject?
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.

The entirely Scamdemic is the depopulation agenda, they will kill more as 95% by the 'vaccine' and lockdowns.
Peoples must stand up to tyranny, otherwise they will murder all
 

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With coronavirus mutations pitted against vaccinations in a global arms race, we may never go back to normal.


For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”



This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?



Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.



In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


Progs are despicable people.
I fail to see how "progs" enter into a global pandemic.


I do however see climate change denial is a problem with future pandemics from a warming climate.
And here folks is one fella that would love to stomp on your throat .
 

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