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WHO chief: COVID pandemic is 'most certainly not over'

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“In all, we see vaccine hesitancy driven by misinformation and disinformation,” Tedros said. “The pandemic will not magically disappear, but we can end it.”

We were told that millions of people would die and we were kept apart from our families while the fear level was ratcheted up.

The lives of many have been severely impacted by governmental measures that have forced many into bankruptcy.

Yet, people with the virus have been refused medical help and couldn’t test for the virus unless paying the costs to do so.

An infinite number of boosters won’t prevent nor radically change the immune response for the majority.

And the virus will 100% end naturally-Tedros is wrong to say it won’t…

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somebody just saw that their funding has dried up and is in panic mode.

But the monkeypox!

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And the virus will 100% end naturally-Tedros is wrong to say it won’t…

It will never end completely. H1N1 a descendant of Spanish Flu still circulates.

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Great news for Big Pharma who earn $1000 a second.

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Get vaccinated and live your life again! The only person that is going to kill you are the politicians

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If the World HEALTH Organisation is telling you that the pandemic isn’t over and you need to keep up your guard against it, I’d suggest people drop the politics and the cynicism and listen.

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@ Bob Fosse

When did you last have your Spanish Flu booster?

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> @ Bob Fosse

When did you last have your Spanish Flu booster?

That’s a rather ridiculous question, isn’t it?

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