The shots do not prevent infection or transmission
A document produced by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) advising the UK Government on future Covid-19 variants and the consequences of them, clearly states that it is likely a new variant will emerge that has around a 35% case fatality rate, and the reason is that the current Covid-19 injections on offer do not prevent infection or transmission of the existing variants of Covid-19.
Published on the 26th July mon the UK gov website, the document, entitled ‘Long term evolution of SARS-CoV-2‘, explores several possible outcomes that are possible in the near future with the current vaccination programme, and the use of antiviral drugs.
The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) state within the document that the eradication of Covid-19 is extremely unlikely and that they have high confidence there will “always be variants”.
They claim the number of variants 'will depend on control measures' by the UK Government and each scenario has only one solution offered, more and more vaccinations...
It's becoming crystal clear, that despite the promises of lockdowns and restrictions easing - provided we reach the vaccination targets of course - governments have no intention, nor any scientific reason, to lift restrictions once we succumb to the jab.
Around the world, Covid rates have accelerated AFTER the introduction of vaccination programs, as can be seen by the data gathered in this article:
Obviously, the writer is not qualified to evaluate the exact science on why this is happening, but one thing we do know is that data on vaccine deaths and injuries is being significantly downplayed, if not hidden altogether, and the solution to rising case numbers is to simply add more jabs to the current program!
We know from other virus outbreaks, such as Zika and Scarlett Fever, that NATURAL herd immunity and overall good health plays a leading role in diminishing viruses. We were already seeing declining rates in transmission and deaths before mass vaccination programs kicked in.