Merkel says No End In Sight Until World Is Vaccinated
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German Chancellor Merkel says No End In Sight Until World Is Vaccinated

It’s been a little more than one year since the globalists have been reshaping our lives after the outbreak of COVID-19. Even with collapsing global infections and herd immunity that may be around the corner, elites are still desperately attempting to fearmonger people to justify additional rounds of stimulus and worldwide vaccinations as this ‘crisis’ is definitely not being wasted.

The latest fearmongering comes from German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who was quoted by Reuters on Friday after a meeting with G7 leaders. She said:

“I stressed in my intervention that the pandemic is not over until all people in the world have been vaccinated.”

Merkel said the Biden administration has already improved international cooperation:

“The change of government in the United States of America, in particular, has strengthened multilateralism,” she said.

Within the Biden administration, there’s been consistent fearmongering from top officials despite the drastic improvement since the inauguration. That appears particularly evident with White House coronavirus advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci who gave a new prediction last week that the pandemic might not end until 2022. Fauci has also frightened Americans into “double-masking” for added protection against the infection.

On Tuesday, President Biden told Americans at a CNN Town Hall that some form of normality to life could be coming as soon as “Christmas.”

But while Western leaders continue to put the fear of god into tens of millions of people, there appears to be some light at the end of the pandemic tunnel as soon as this spring.

Johns Hopkins surgeon, Dr. Marty Makary, penned an op-ed in the WSJ on Thursday, explaining how herd immunity could be observed by April. 

 “…the consistent and rapid decline in daily cases since Jan. 8 can be explained only by natural immunity. Behavior didn’t suddenly improve over the holidays; Americans traveled more over Christmas than they had since March. Vaccines also don’t explain the steep decline in January. Vaccination rates were low and they take weeks to kick in.”

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