A recent study done by researchers in Hong Kong titled Modelling the adjustment of COVID-19 response and exit from dynamic zero-COVID in China stated that explosive growth of infection rates in China could lead to mutations of the virus that will cause another variant. That’s been the official narrative from the beginning too: no one can be free or everyone will get a cold.
The study is co-authored by Kathy Leung, Gabriel M Leung, and Joseph Wu. Gabriel Leung is the former dean of medicine at the University of Hong Kong. (The report was published Wednesday and is a preprint, meaning it hasn’t yet been certified by peer review.)
According to a report by Mint, a reopening that sees a high R rate (the basic reproduction number for the virus) would “result in a large number of infections that could potentially accelerate mutation, selection, and evolution of SARS-CoV-2 viruses,” the researchers wrote. SARS-CoV-2 is the coronavirus that causes Covid.
At this point, after so many months of excessive lockdowns, masking, and testing, China’s ruling class has successfully destroyed the immune systems of its slave class.
The study also suggests that the unregulated lifting of restrictions might cause the death of nearly 10 lakh (1 million) people in China. That could be correct, considering not many have been exposed to anything that could help them fight off even the mildest cold.
Some rulers claim that China’s problem is that they aren’t using the “vaccines” used in the United States that have already proven to be far from effective at preventing COVID-19.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top U.S.
infectious disease expert medical tyrant and a critic of China’s reliance on lockdowns (although he relied on them in the United States), said China risked unleashing a new wave of virus mutations on the world if it doesn’t “mount and implement a proactive vaccination campaign.” Fauci is rally upset that the Chinese masters haven’t forced the slave to take the same injections that are killing off people in the U.S.
“Whenever you have a large wave of transmissions of a virus, you give it ample opportunity to mutate,” Fauci said Wednesday at an event organized by the Financial Times newspaper. Fauci further added, “And when you give a virus opportunity to mutate, that allows it to form potentially new variants. And once you get a brand-new variant, that could have an impact on the rest of the world.”