UK government panel claims Covid mutation with 35% death rate a ‘realistic possibility,’ suggests new strains may ‘evade’ vaccines
While the body said that existing vaccines would remain effective against “serious disease” from such a variant except in the case of “significant drift” in the virus’ spike proteins, it nonetheless added that “an increase in morbidity and mortality would be expected even in the face of vaccination,” as inoculation does not “fully prevent infection in most individuals.”
djt said; inoculation does not “fully prevent infection in most individuals.”So, what is the argument? Do away with vaccinations?
Seatbelts don’t fully protect you from dying in a car accident. Shall we do away with seatbelts?
If this virus is allowed to run free, we may just end up with another historic plague like the Black Death plague in Europe in 1347-1352 (5 years)
One of the worst plagues in history arrived at Europe's shores in 1347. Five years later, some 25 to 50 million people were dead. Nearly 700 years after the Black Death swept through Europe, it still haunts the world as the worst-case scenario for an epidemic. Apr 16, 2020The Black Death: A Timeline of the Gruesome Pandemic ... https://www.history.com/news/black-death-timeline#
So far: Coronavirus Cases: 198,165,904 …, Deaths: 4,227,761 …, https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
Just another verse to “You can’t stop all of them, so why stop Any of them” for the Anti-crowd
A “worst-case” scenario described in the paper might occur when a patient’s immune system was no longer able to produce antibodies for new variants, either due to its past contact with the virus or as a result of “previously experienced vaccines.” Such a doomsday scenario would make it “difficult to revaccinate” patients, but the researchers concluded that outcome was “less likely”.
Viruses usually get weaker but more contagious if it kills its host it won’t survive. Covid got more contagious in its mutation making it more deadly and will likely become weaker as time goes by and immunities build up . The only time a disease has got worse is when the patient didn’t finish the medication allowing the bacteria to build an immunity to the medication such as tuberculous or super bacteria that become immune to cleaners and antibiotics from overuse.
Actually, the scientists are saying, the more a virus evolves/mutates the stronger and more contagious it gets, especially in the case of COVID-19. The Delta variant is more contagious than the Chicken pox with the Delta variant, which is also more deadly than the original strand. There is also the Lambda variant coming up from Peru and a there has already been a couple cases in the U.S. The Lambda variant evades vaccines, in lab studies, and is more deadly, as well as more contagious. So your theory is wrong.