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And gee, all of a sudden PCR test works on this variant.
What a crock!


https://twitter.com/Tuliodna/status/1463911571176968194

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The new baby has a name and gee whiz, our current jabs MIGHT NOT be sufficient to protect us. In first 20 minutes of this video, he reads EU article saying this variant has "immune escape" potential and has changed in some 30 variant portions, but they "don't know anything"?! What BS!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATLCVOns8Jg

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The PCR tests still work because omicron Covid still has enough genetic material as the original Covid 19 virus.

Of course viruses mutate. Doesn’t the flu virus mutate? Can’t your catch a cold more than once because the viruses that cause the common cold mutate.

It is only a matter of time until the virus mutates enough that the vaccines don’t work. The vaccines are about the spike protein and that is what is changing. The current vaccines were made for the original Covid 19.

Shutting down travel from Africa won’t help. It’s too late. The virus is probably already in the USA.

It will take several weeks to determine how effective the current vaccine is.

It may take awhile to determine how infectious this mutant is. I read one article that it might be 500 times more transmissible than Delta.

This virus is “smart.”

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