Restrictions may be needed this winter in the UK & more PSYOPs
Covid ‘Prof Lockdown’ Neil Ferguson warns Plan B restrictions may be needed this winter
– source, the Daily Mirror.
Interesting Editor’s Picks in the comments. One doesn’t care if the unvaccinated die & the other doesn’t seem to care about logic:
My own posts, which usually get taken down:
So it looks like the ‘miracle jabs’ didn’t get us out of the pandemic…. Italy & Uttar Pradesh have drastically reduced hospitalisations with early treatment – but the UK authorities only seem interested in waxing….
Vitamin D deficiency & poor nutrition etc. are hardly ever mentioned – yet are one of the main contributors of a poor covid outcome. There is more profit with unhealthy people…
I see this as inevitable for any region that is relying on vaccines alone to
end the pandemic—this is why I need to get a haircut soon—but it is finally
being discussed out in the open.
Either the delusion of vaccine protection is finally breaking, or authorities
have decided it is time to start mentally preparing people for the inevitable
winter lockdowns. They wouldn’t want to have been talking about it all along
because that wouldn’t have given the masses a period of blissful ignorance thinking
we were coming out of this.
AY4.2 (Delta Plus) also lending a ‘helping hand’?
I guess it was always going to happen where non-robust vaccine meets an ever mutating virus.
Will not be impressed if the probably inevitable call for more vaccination and blaming of those who are unvaccinated happens, alongside restrictions.
Daily infections now for the vaccinated are around 25,000 daily.
According to PHE, of 750,518 infections between week 37 and week 40, 311,199 (41.5%) of them were in the unvaccinated under 18s.
The 18 to 80+ unvaccinated group accounted for just 8% of total infections leaving 50% for the one and two dose vaccinated. Unvaccinated people are catching Covid from unvaccinated children and the vaccinated who together account for over 90% of infections.
See table 2 in the document below.