The ruling class is struggling to convince Americans to take a fourth COVID-19 as a new variant gains dominance. People are still getting colds so the masters are going to keep trying to get these mRNA injections into as many naive simpletons as possible.
The HV.1 variant took over this week as the dominant variant in the U.S., but only around 3.5 % of the population has received an updated COVID shot thus far, according to a report by ABC News. The public seems to be sending the ruling class a message that they no longer are buying the story.
The variant, called HV.1, replaced EG.5 as the country’s most prevalent this week, according to data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Both of these variants are descendants of omicron, more specifically, the XBB variant.
HV.1 makes up around 25% of COVID cases now, up from around 1% at the beginning of August. EG.5, meanwhile, represents nearly 22% of cases, down from 24% at the start of the month.
The updated Covid vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna, which became available last month, target a different XBB descendant, called XBB.1.5. But don’t worry. The ruling class wants you to know these will still be “effective” at preventing COVID.
“Disease experts” say that the new shots should offer cross-protection against the currently dominant strains. Dr. Scott Roberts, an infectious disease specialist at Yale Medicine, said that although the vaccine is not a “perfect match” for HV.1, “It’s still a good match because it’s still within the same family of variants.”
Dr. Roberts said that he’s hoping the slave class will inject these new boosters. “I hope uptick increases, but I’m pretty pessimistic,” he said. “I don’t think we’ll hit anywhere near the levels we had last year.”
“The logistic complications certainly were not helpful, but I think that the low uptake is more than that. The low uptake reflects that most of the public is no longer concerned about COVID,” said Dr. Dan Barouch, director of the Center for Virology and Vaccine Research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.
People are also noticing that the vaccines are killing more people than a common cold could ever hope to. Even with all of the propaganda, people are beginning to see the hoax for what it is.
“What concerns me is not the overall low number of people getting boosted. What concerns me is the low frequency of high-risk people getting boosted,” Dr. Borouch said.