HNewsWire: The WHO says "Boo!" and all the chicken littles push the panic button, crying out, "The sky is falling!" The WHO is like Henny Penny from that fairy tale. It has no idea what hit it in the head.Jenny-Penny told Rooster-Booster her belief, and together they believed the lie. They then told Ducky-Chucky, then the three of them spread the lie to Goosie-Brucie, and then the four said it to Turkey-Perky. They eventually tell Mr. Fox the truth: "The sky is falling!" "We must notify the king!" Birds of a feather flock together. Read the parable. The world was not ending! Instead, they all lived happily ever after, but only after they woke up from their deception, which nearly cost them all their lives.
If the vaccines worked, then why should we worry? Those with natural immunity have little to fear; stop spreading misinformation. Anyone else notice how much CC was placed on the zero COVID around the time Musk started releasing Twitter files? Is it time to lockdown once more? I'm sick of these clowns. WHO is a sham! They are dangerous!
This is a con of epic proportions and every megalomaniac’s population control wet dream!At this point, I am more concerned about what the "vaccines" are doing to people than the "Vid." Contagious and deadly are two very different things, and I believe the Jabs are going to kill millions more than the Vid over the next 10 years!
You have all been duped, possibly to death!
No one I know thinks the WHO has any credibility. I'm not sure if they're getting the message.
Concerned that the XBB.1.5 strain of COVID-19, the "most transmissible" Omicron subvariant they have identified so far, is spreading throughout the globe, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a global health alert.
At a press conference on Wednesday, Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO's technical lead for COVID-19, expressed concern about XBB.1.5's rapid replacement of other circulating variants and its advantage in growth in certain countries in Europe and the United States, in North America, in particular the Northeast part of the United States. We're worried about how easily it may spread. ... the more widely disseminated this virus is, the more chances it will have to evolve.
A total of 40.5% of all infections in the United States in December 2018 were caused by XBB.1.5, according to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. XBB.1.5 only accounted for 0.6% of infections on November 26th, almost a month earlier.
The World Health Organization has not released any statistics on the severity of XBB.1.5, and there is currently no evidence that those who were infected with it will grow sicker than they were with earlier strains of the Omicron variety, as stated by Van Kerkhove.
She verified that a risk evaluation of the strain is now being conducted by the organization's advisory committee that monitors COVID-19 variations, and that it would be released in the coming days. Extensive sampling across 29 countries has shown the presence of this variation.
Possibilities for Change
Van Kerkhove claims that the more widely XBB.1.5 is used, the more room there is for it to change.
In a recent publication, Japanese researchers suggested that XBB, from which XBB.1.5 is derived, is the "first recorded SARS-CoV-2 variation enhancing its fitness by recombination rather than single mutation."
These findings are consistent with the hypothesis that XBB is "extremely transmissible" and is very resistant to immunity generated by breakthrough infections of earlier Omicron subvariants.
Assistant professor at Peking University and Chinese researcher Yunlong Richard Cao claims that the S486P mutation affords XBB.1.5 "greatly increased" capacity to bind cells through the ACE2 receptor.
While the WHO anticipates more global waves of illness, Van Kerkhove has suggested that this may not necessarily lead to increased fatalities.
A Stunning Presentation
Ashish K. Jha, White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator, tweeted about the XBB outbreak on January 4.
The "staggering growth" of the 1.5 subvariant from 4% to 40% in only a few weeks.
Compared to other Omicron variations, Jha thinks the subvariant is "probably" better at avoiding the immune system. Because of its enhanced binding to the human ACE receptor, XBB.1.5 "may be" more infectious than previous strains. He stated, "we don't know" whether the subvariant is more harmful.
Multiple variables, including herd immunity, will determine whether or not the United States experiences an XBB.1.5 wave. Jha, on the other hand, is certain that everything can be brought under control.
How worried should I be about XBB.1.5 then? Yes. Should I be concerned that this is a major setback? No. Working together, we can control the infection," he stated.
Immune systems have been fortified via preventive measures, and early treatment methods have been developed and practiced in homes. The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) and the World Council for Health have both proposed their own sets of procedures in this area.
Whatever happened to Monkey Pox?!
Cancel your plans Who, the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control, and all of you other fraudsters who engineered this hoax pandemic! Fearmongers should be left to cower in their cellars, wearing three masks to disguise their identities. We will let them know if we made it out alive and if it is safe to do so. It may take a few years if we want to be absolutely certain that we won't miss them.