WHO Europe Warns Of A "Surge" In COVID-19 Deaths
Weeks After The Surge Began
The WHO Europe wins the “Captain Obvious” Award with its warning of a coming surge in COVID-19 deaths.
Deaths have been rising in Europe for several weeks.
One would almost suspect the WHO and the media of gaming the statistics by using past deaths to scaremonger about future potential deaths. Given the recent declines in the reproduction rate in Germany and Austria, it is at the very least possible if not probable the most recent outbreak is about to peak, in which case the WHO projection is panicked nonsense.
Additionally, in a case of organizational schizophrenia, WHO Europe is using its dire forecast to make a call for booster inoculations across Europe, while the international office has called for a moratorium on boosters.
WHO Europe, which is based in Copenhagen, Denmark, also cited growing evidence of a decline in protection against infection and mild disease through vaccines, and said a “booster dose” should be given as a priority to the most vulnerable populations — including people with weakened immune systems — as well as people over age 60 and health care workers.
The U.N. health agency's international headquarters in Geneva, however, has repeatedly called for a moratorium on the use of boosters through year-end so that doses can be made available for many developing countries that have faced a severe lack of the COVID-19 vaccines compared to the rich world.
The fact that the inoculations have had no impact on the pandemic is completely ignored.