Trust The "Experts": BA.2.12.1 Is Really A Concern
Or It's A Dead Horse They Need To Quit Beating.
The legacy media refuses to quit beating the dead BA.2 horse, insisting that BA.2.12.1 sub-subvariant is spreading “rapidly” in North Texas.
“What we’re seeing is it appears to be able to spread faster, because it is overtaking BA.2,” says UT Southwestern researcher Dr. Jeffrey SoRelle. “The question is whether or not that’s because it’s more contagious, or because it has some immune resistance and is able to infect people who would be resistant to BA.2.”
To clarify, this is how “rapidly spreading” cases looks in Dallas County, Texas.
And this is how it looks in neighboring Tarrant County.
This, to the “experts”, is cause for worry.
Maybe it’s a concern if you have VAIDS 🤷🏻♂️
From the Corp. Newspaper article:
“It seems that we’re gonna probably have, instead of a big new variant out of nowhere, we might just continue to see a few mutations occur and get a subvariant that might cause some blips in the case count,” SoRelle said.
Unless a new variant emerges that’s entirely different from omicron and delta, we won’t see another surge, the experts predict.
Vaccination is still the best defense against COVID as new variants evolve. Get your first or second booster for extra protection if you’re eligible, Long recommends. That will help prevent severe illness, hospitalization and death if you get sick with the virus.
Does this make sense?
We won't see another surge unless a new variant emerges.
So go get "vaccinated" to protect against the new variant...which we just said would be the cause of a new surge...with the same shitty vaccine that hasn't been working against every other variant...