The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that Covid-19 is no longer deemed a "public health emergency of international concern" (PHEIC). Meaning it's no longer an "extraordinary event" or a "health risk" to other States through international spread. Don't celebrate yet, though, because according to WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the pandemic is still not over. “It’s with great hope that I declare COVID-19 over as a global health emergency,” Ghebreyesus said. “That does not mean COVID-19 is over as a global health threat."
He also added how the "worst thing any country could do now" is to use this announcement to "let down its guard, to dismantle the systems it has built, or to send the message to its people that Covid-19 is nothing to worry about." In other words, the WHO will likely still continue with testing and recommending vaccines.
At the beginning of the pandemic, lockdowns were imposed on the population, seemingly sending individuals into a depressive spiral and even hurting family-owned businesses. Most will argue that restrictions were necessary to "slow the spread," yet these same individuals are unaware of the fact that isolation is a tactic used by totalitarian regimes.
In the past three years, the vaccine was pushed to the general population to supposedly help the population gain immunity and prevent people from dying. In this same timeframe, news of strokes, blood clots, heart inflammation, and other vaccine-related injuries and death rates increased. Bring this up, and you'll hear this common phrase among the public: "Correlation is not causation" – yet they won't apply this same logic to long Covid and the bodily symptoms vaccinated people are experiencing. So even if the WHO wants to declare that the virus is no longer a global threat, immense damage has already been done to our citizens. We're divided now more than ever, and people will continue to defend a vaccine that may only cause more harm in the long run.
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