The fear-mongering will never end. Now, if you pay attention to the mainstream media, the coronavirus has had two mutations that have merged to create a hybrid virus.
According to Salon, who cites their source as New Scientist, the B.1.429 variant of SARS-CoV-2 that originated in California has somehow had a “recombination” event with the highly transmissible B.1.1.7 variant that originated in the United Kingdom. If confirmed by other scientists, this would mark the first recorded time that the novel coronavirus has developed a recombinant strain during the pandemic, although it is not unusual for coronaviruses in general to recombine.
Bill Gates already said we’ll probably have to have a third shot to “protect us” from this “invisible enemy” but just how many shots of the mRNA vaccine should we expect? If they don’t stop at two, what makes anyone believe they won’t try to force as many as it takes to complete whatever agenda this is obviously a part of?
Similar viruses that have some genetic variation, Dr. Alfred Sommer, dean emeritus and professor of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University said, will “‘exchange’ similar pieces of their genetic code during the process of replication.” “The ‘new’ virus,” he continued, “therefore contains mirror parts of two viruses, and if those two original viruses had different mutations in them, the new ‘daughter virus’ has them from both,” Sommer said.
Dr. Georges Benjamin, Executive Director of the American Public Health Association, echoed Sommer’s observation that we do not yet have evidence for concern about the recombinant version of the virus. Benjamin wrote to Salon that the danger “depends only if it continues to get copied with these changes and how those changes affect its ability to transmit from person to person and cause disease . . . Just because they contain both mutations do not mean it acquires the disease attributes of the two. Only time will tell.” –Salon
So now we just wait and see how the ruling class chooses to play these cards. It truly is a waiting game.