Mainstream media propagandists are “sounding the alarm” of rising cases of COVID-19 in the United Kingdom. The state worshipping media outlet claims that rising cases in the U.K. are a “warning” to the United States.
“Generally, what happens in the UK is reflected about a month later in the US. I think this is what I’ve sort of been seeing,” said Dr. Tim Spector, professor of genetic epidemiology at Kings College London.
Spector runs the Zoe Health Study, which uses an app to let people in the UK and USreport their daily symptoms. If they start to feel bad, they take a home Covid-19 test and record those results. He says that about 500,000 people are currently logging their symptoms every day to help track trends in the pandemic.
Spector says the study, which has been running since the days of the first lockdown in England in 2020, has accurately captured the start of each wave, and its numbers run about one to two weeks ahead of official government statistics. –CNN
“Our current data is definitely showing this is the beginning of the next wave,” Spector said. On Friday, the recent increase in cases was reflected in official UK government data too, although it was not as large as the increases reported by Zoe loggers.
With so many fully “vaccinated”, what’s really going on? Shouldn’t COVID be all but stamped out by now? Or is there another agenda at play?
The new “bivalent booster” shot has proven to be wildly unpopular with less than 2% of eligible Americans choosing to be injected with the sauce that has so far, only been tested on animals. In the U.K., many people are several months past their last COVID-19 booster or infection, and government statistics show that just 8% of adults 50 and older have gotten an Omicron-specific vaccine since the government started its fall vaccination campaign in September.
Data from the National Health Service showed that afterfalling for nearly two months, the seven-day average of new cases in England and Wales rose 13% for the week ending September 17 over the week before.The seven-day average of hospitalizations was up 17% in the week ending September 19 compared with the week prior. –CNN