Will You Get Back To Normal After Covid Subsides?

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  • WTWizard

    I expect nothing to return to before. Instead, soon we will be getting mandatory vaccinations (I expect that as soon as there is a good surplus of doses that no one wants, after all the idiots that got their shots before doing any decent research on them run out). And then we will still have to double mask, maintain "social(??)" distancing, and businesses being reduced in capacity. Every so often, we will see another vaccine "update", which will roll out far smoother than the original shots and be mandatory.

    Also, I believe the Internet is on borrowed time. Not because it is falling apart, but because they are going to take the whole thing down without any warning (and, there is no telling when). Already, we have tight censorship on all the major platforms plus attacks on alternate sites to force them to either censor or get shut down. (And all the ads--it's getting impossible to watch YouTube videos and get anything out of them with so many intrusive ads, plus they know how to freeze and crash computers better than they know how to run a site.) Any day now, I expect to turn on my computer and see all the user created content gone, and the Internet will be as one big cable network (plus Walmart being the only place you can buy anything).

    In the meantime, they will make the dollar become toilet paper. Already, there are major price increases on staples, with more planned (this time, the paper supplies will simply get way more expensive, instead of having strict limits and shortages). You may get $15 per hour, which buys less than 10 cents per hour did in 1970. (And all your wealth being taxed to death, with all these new Komodo Dragon Harris taxes coming around.) See how it is in California with wealth taxes? It will be even worse nationwide once Komodo Dragon becomes president, as with the Internet being ruined or taken down, without warning.

    And yes, they will have police to enforce mandatory vaccines along with mandatory double masks, "social(??)" distancing, and excessive sanitizing everything. They will take away from enforcing real laws (using political correctness, which is already happening) and redirect it to enforcing tyranny. At the same time, it is "racist" to have any IQ higher than that of a coronavirus, or to use more than 0.001% of your brain.

  • Rocketman123

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, called the assertion that the coronavirus originated in a lab “a circular argument.”

    “If you look at the evolution of the virus in bats and what’s out there now,” there’s a strong scientific case that “this could not have been artificially or deliberately manipulated,” Fauci said in an interview with National Geographic. “Everything about the stepwise evolution over time strongly indicates that [this virus] evolved in nature and then jumped species.”

    The Office of the Director of National Intelligence had previously issued a statement to the same effect: “The intelligence community also concurs with the wide scientific consensus that the COVID-19 virus was not man-made or genetically modified.”

    “All available evidence to date suggests that the virus has a natural animal origin and is not a manipulated or constructed virus,” Dr. Gauden Galea said in an interview released by the WHO. “Many researchers have been able to look at the genomic features of the virus and have found that evidence does not support that it is a laboratory construct.”

  • LoveUniHateExams

    Will You Get Back To Normal After Covid Subsides? - yes.

    Society has to return to normal once all the vulnerable people have been vaccinated.

    E.g. in the UK, lockdown will officially end on June 21. If Boris Johnson is stupid enough to insist on continuing restrictions, there'll be mass civil disobedience. People will just say f**k it and not bother with masks or the 2m rule.

  • john.prestor

    That would be called for by that point.

  • minimus

    If dr. Fauci says it it must be .....wrong. Originally we were told it came from the disgusting wet markets. Evidently not true. Remember some people were trying to close down these markets and if you could blame the virus on them, they would be forced to close. But the evidence wasn’t there. Some have suggested the lab experiment went wrong or that the lab experiment was on purpose. As of the moment there is nothing conclusive.

  • Phizzy

    I hope we do not go back to what society was before. I hope we have learned that there are new ways of working, better for the Planet, and that the workers we should most value are those who bravely kept Society going DURING the Pandemic.

    The frontline Workers of many kinds, health Service, care workers, staff in Supermarkets, Refuse collectors etc etc.

    We could do without Billionaires , but not vital workers.

    As to the lifting of restrictions, yes some may safely be lifted in the U.K, as our numbers are low, but we must beware, until the WOLE WORLD is vaccinated we cannot relax our guard. New strains will be flowing in at a high rate from various parts of the Globe, we need to protect ourselves from these, a vaccination is not a total protection from ANY strain, and may be a poor protection against one or more of the new ones that are spreading right now.

    If we are silly, and act as if it is all over, abandoning masks and distancing etc etc we will be back to thousands of new cases and rising in no time.

  • Simon

    Fauci sent funding to the Wuhan lab. He has a vested interest in covering his ass.

    I think we should ignore what he says as nothing he has said has been helpful or accurate (not later reversed).

    He's in it for himself and profiting quite nicely.

  • Rocketman123

    On Feb. 19, 2020, public health experts signed a public statement to "strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin."

    "Scientists from multiple countries have published and analysed genomes" of SARS-CoV-2 "and they overwhelmingly conclude that this coronavirus originated in wildlife," the statement reads, citing nine scientific studies.

    A detailed computational analysis of the coronavirus conducted by five researchers in March found that its genetic makeup showed no signs of alteration. The ability of the virus to bind to human cells is most likely the result of natural selection in an animal host or in humans after the virus jumped from animals.

  • Simon
    On Feb. 19, 2020, public health experts signed a public statement to "strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin."

    Funny that - without evidence and before any investigation (how long into it was Feb 2020?) they can't say what it was but can say what it wasn't.

    The fact is that the "evidence" for it being the market was fictitious and planted in various journals, all traceable to the Chinese.

    Please don't post any more Chinese state disinformation in future.




  • Rocketman123

    Its would fair to say just because Dr. Fauci had a hand in sending grant money to the Virology lab in Wuhan, that doesn't mean he was directly behind in directing the creation of this Coivd virus. Just because you give money to a institution doesn't mean you know exactly whats going on there

    This is a bit interesting off the CDC's website ........

    Although the Wuhan market was initially suspected to be the epicenter of the epidemic, the immediate source remains elusive. The close relatedness among SARS-CoV-2 strains suggested that the Wuhan outbreak probably originated from a point source with subsequent human-to-human transmission, in contrast to the polyphyletic origin of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (14). If the Wuhan market was the source, a possibility is that bats carrying the parental SARSr-BatCoVs were mixed in the market, enabling virus recombination. However, no animal samples from the market were reported to be positive. Moreover, the first identified case-patient and other early case-patients had not visited the market (15), suggesting the possibility of an alternative source.

    Because the RBD is considered a hot spot for construction of recombinant CoVs for receptor and viral replication studies, the evolutionarily distinct SARS-CoV-2 RBD and the unique insertion of S1/S2 cleavage site among Sarbecovirus species have raised the suspicion of an artificial recombinant virus. However, there is currently no evidence showing that SARS-CoV-2 is an artificial recombinant, which theoretically might not carry signature sequences. Further surveillance studies in bats are needed to identify the possible source and evolutionary path of SARS-CoV-2.

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