Let’s stop fighting the last CoVid war with new variant

As the DC medical war machine readies for the next Covid-19 variant to hit our shores, Americans need to take stock of their tried and failed battle plans.

The Omicron variant, which according to South African doctors, is an odd, but mild version of the disease with its principle symptom being fatigue.

No the failed policies of the Centers for Disease Control, the National Institute of Health and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease have seen more Americans die of CoVid this year versus all of last year. This despite having three different vaccines and other therapeutics at the ready.

While the latest numbers from Johns Hopkins University indicate that the U.S. has reached at least 770,691 COVID-19 deaths over the full course of the pandemic. The total number of deaths involving COVID-19 in 2020 was 385,343. The total number of deaths involving COVID-19 so far in 2021 is more than 385,358.

So what does it tell you about vaccine and mask mandates and other lock down measures employed by Democratic leaders? Not much success for much pain and heartache.

Roughly 69 percent of the U.S. population are at least partially vaccinated, while 59 percent are fully vaccinated, according to CDC data. Americans aged 65 years and older have impressive vaccination rates. Nearly 100 percent in that age range are at least partially vaccinated, while 86 percent are fully vaccinated, per CDC data.

It’s time for a new medical leadership team to look into the US responses in a rational way, without covering their tracks on how they treated other variants. Younger doctors, who were not involved in funding the original research that may have led to this nightmare.

We all know the definition of insanity. So let’s change tactics and maybe we can get a better outcome in 2022 than 400,000 deaths.


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