Just as the holiday season kicked off, the news broke that a new strain of COVID-19 was discovered.
While not much is known about the new Omicron variant, governments worldwide have already instituted travel bans to South Africa, hoping to stop the spread.
Some officials have even claimed that the new variant is three times as contagious as the original COVID-19, but again – the Omicron strain was just discovered earlier this month. Either way, while the governments act irrationally, it should be noted that the first four cases of the Omicron variant were found in fully vaccinated people. And it doesn’t stop there.
On Saturday, it was announced that two people who had landed in Australia had been confirmed to have been infected with the Omicron variant. And guess what – they were both fully vaccinated.
First reported by The Daily Mail, “Two cases of new ‘super-mutant’ Covid variant Omicron have been detected in Australia after arriving from Africa where it first emerged. NSW Health confirmed on Sunday urgent genomic testing found the two travelers who touched down in Sydney on Saturday night have the new strain.” The outlet added, “The two positive cases, who were asymptomatic, are in isolation in the special health accommodation. Both people are fully vaccinated.”
As you can see in the video above, even the news can’t hide from the fact that the miracle COVID-19 jab does nothing to stop the new strain of COVID-19 from spreading. But even though the jab couldn’t stop the original COVID-19 from spreading, it is still be promoted as the best way to fight the coronavirus.
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on November 28, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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