President Joe Biden is giving out warnings for the unvaccinated, and it’s kind of funny, to be honest. The new Omicron variant of COVID-19 is significantly safer than the already 98.5% survival rate among all demographics of the other COVID-19 variants thus far. Though transmissibility is greater with Omicron, we do not see an alarming death rate.
According to Biden, Americans face a “winter of catastrophic disease and death if you are unvaccinated. They’ll soon be overwhelmed for themselves, their family, and the hospital.”
What if one family member is unvaccinated, not sick, and vaccinated the rest of their family? Are they a danger then? Or, if someone is unvaccinated and is around their unvaccinated family members and nobody is sick, what about that risky behavior?
When asked about the pandemic and where we’re headed right now, Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN’s Jake Tapper that he agreed with Biden.
“Yes, well, unfortunately, Jake. I think that that is going to happen.”
That means that there’s a high likelihood that many more people are getting the Omicron COVID-19 variant but aren’t sick enough to seek treatment.
Fauci went on to say that there would be “great stress on the hospital system in some sections of the country, particularly in places where there is a poor level of vaccination, which is one of the reasons why we continue to underline the significance of having those unvaccinated individuals vaccinated.”
Thanks, Fauci, but if COVID-19 continues in the same direction, it’ll be a 24-hour bug within the following year. That could be a prediction that’s way off, but it looks pretty likely.
Fauci also added that “this virus is extraordinary.” It’s extraordinary to be created in a lab. Also, the NIH funded the research, and Fauci knew about it. Thanks, bud.
He went into South African study and the United Kingdom. It’s already been reported several times that Omicron is a mild COVID-19 virus, and there shouldn’t be much concern about it. Dr. Angelique Coetzee said, “Most of them (Omicron patients) are experiencing quite mild symptoms, and none of them have admitted patients to operations thus far. We were able to treat these individuals at home in a cautious manner.”
Fauci can keep his comments and leave the doctoring up to real doctors.
He said, “And, looking at what it’s done in South Africa, what it’s doing in the United Kingdom, and what it’s starting to do right now, the president is accurate.”
No, neither of you is correct.