Bill Gates Finally Says COVID Is Like The Flu

( Bill Gates is not an immunologist. However, through his charitable foundation, the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft has inserted himself into world health issues. He has contributed lots of money to combat diseases in Africa, for example. So when he speaks, people tend to pay attention to him, which makes what he said recently regarding COVID-19 intriguing.

Reports say Gates explained that it wasn’t until February when he was in a meeting, that foundation specialists declared there was no chance that COVID-19 could have been contained. Gates confessed the team didn’t realize it had a low mortality rate and mainly was a sickness of the elderly, similar to the flu.

According to reports, Gates eventually backtracked, stressing that Americans must still be cautious. He criticized the initial response to COVID-19, complaining the world didn’t go on alert nearly as quickly as it should have.

Gates also spoke about the current strain of the virus and the effectiveness of vaccinations. To his dismay, when the Omicron variant developed, the vaccine had little effect on transmission, particularly three to four months after injection.

His remarks came after top authorities from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said the same thing, claiming that COVID-19 is now as contagious as the flu.
In the Journal of the American Medical Association, FDA officials wrote that COVID-19 would be in circulation for the foreseeable future and must be accepted as another common virus. Americans will have to acknowledge COVID-19 as a new respiratory virus similar to influenza. The writers claim that, like the flu, COVID-19 will necessitate yearly vaccinations tailored to the virus’s most dangerous strains.

According to Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of mRNA and DNA-based vaccine technology, sound research supports that the more vaccines you use, the more likely you are to produce vaccine-resistant mutations, as the WHO’s worries indicate. As a result, people who have been vaccinated are more likely to be affected by mutations.

To put it another way, limiting the number of vaccinated individuals is the best method to protect the most vulnerable while also allocating precious vaccine supplies globally.