Covid-19 is dying of its own accord without exterminating the human race. That won’t stop a lot of people from running around with their hair on fire the next time a new germ puts in an appearance. From Alex Berenson at alexberenson.substack.com:
Some happy news this Thanksgiving:
Three years after the first atypical pneumonia patients started showing up at hospitals in Wuhan, looks like we can officially put the novel coronavirus behind us.
After crashing in the spring, Sars-Cov-2 deaths have remained a rounding error worldwide ever since, about 1 percent of total deaths. And they continue to fall. Sars-Cov-2 is now roughly as big a killer worldwide as esophageal cancer.
In other words, six months of warnings (and demands for boosters) from public health experts have proven wrong. Shocker!
Not because of the vaccines, either. Whether based on novel or existing biotechnology, the shots proved mostly useless within months (thus the huge bump in cases and deaths in January 2022, after more than 10 billion doses had been distributed globally).