Stop Vaccinations and Treat Coronavirus Like the Flu, Ex-Head of UK’s Vax Taskforce Says

And then, two years later, high-level government medical officials in first world countries who helped create the vaccine slowly began agreeing with Daily Stormer talking points.

The Guardian:

Covid should be treated as an endemic virus similar to flu, and ministers should end mass-vaccination after the booster campaign, the former chairman of the UK’s vaccine taskforce has said.

With health chiefs and senior Tories also lobbying for a post-pandemic plan for a straining NHS, Dr Clive Dix called for a major rethink of the UK’s Covid strategy, in effect reversing the approach of the past two years and returning to a “new normality”.

“We need to analyse whether we use the current booster campaign to ensure the vulnerable are protected, if this is seen to be necessary,” he said. “Mass population-based vaccination in the UK should now end.”

He said ministers should urgently back research into Covid immunity beyond antibodies to include B-cells and T-cells (white blood cells). This could help create vaccines for vulnerable people specific to Covid variants, he said, adding: “We now need to manage disease, not virus spread. So stopping progression to severe disease in vulnerable groups is the future objective.”

Dix was instrumental in helping pharmaceutical firms create the Covid vaccines that have transformed the risk to most people. He said he supported the current booster campaign, but a “new targeted strategy” was needed to get the UK to a position of “managing Covid”. He added: “We should consider when we stop testing and let individuals isolate when they are not well and return to work when they feel ready, in the same way we do in a bad influenza season.”

We’re not quite there yet.

But this guy could have figured it out, and is just trying to tip-toe around it and get people to think.

“The coronavirus” was always just the flu, there was never a pandemic. Even if it were somehow a “novel virus,” it never should have been treated differently than the flu, because none of the symptoms were different and it did not have a higher death rate than the flu.