I believe that the worst of COVID-19 is behind us. I think that Omicron, or whatever the third mutation will be called, will be with us forever. We will need a shot every year, as we do with the flu, but there will be no use of face masks, plexiglass barriers, or Social Distancing. We will get on with our lives, living with the risk. Again, that is my opinion.
There is no questioning the severity of COVID-19. There are very few lucky folks who a COVID-related death has not touched. With Omicron spreading rapidly, we are now looking at a very high percentage of people who contract the Omicron strain. The good thing is the level of attack on the body as some may feel only experience flu-like symptoms unaware they have the Omicron virus.
Deaths are down considerably, and the number of people getting vaccinated or boosted grows daily. The efficacy of the vaccines and boosters is still in doubt. Many people who have the recommended shots may still contract the virus.
We are two years into this global pandemic, and one of its most significant impacts has been fear. As we now question and analyze the data supplied by the experts, like the CDC or WHO, the numbers are falling like a Saturday night Jenga Party. We are also calling out people who cite inaccurate statistics. This practice is dangerous and can be avoided.
When people at a high level of government-speak, people take note and believe the information to be vetted and trustworthy. An example is the comments by Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor just a few say ago. The Justice’s stats claimed during the open session were over 100,000 children in the US hospitals with COVID. She went on to say many are on ventilators.
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By Ray Cardello
Ray Cardello is a conservative blogger at A Conservative View From New Hampshire who believes America is strong enough to keep us on track but making folks aware of the truth is essential to a successful and prosperous future for us all.