Sometimes when I have conversations with people about their long-range plans they talk about what they intend to do “when COVID is finally over”, usually referring to this coming spring and summer. I’m a curmudgeonly pessimist about the Wuhan Coronavirus, so I often say: “I don’t think it will ever be over. COVID is here to stay.”
Many business leaders and local elected officials (if they’re not Democrats and/or Socialists) are anxiously anticipating the day when the pandemic is officially declared to be at an end. The number of “cases” is rapidly declining, so there would seem to be cause for optimism. However, bigwigs affiliated with the Permanent Government and the New World Order are not so sanguine — they keep warning us that the danger is not yet over, and we should continue to be very, very afraid. Just yesterday St. Dr. Fauci informed the faithful that they will have to wear their masks through 2022, and perhaps beyond.
The video clip below features Jens Spahn, the Minister of Health in Angela Merkel’s cabinet. In it Mr. Spahn cheerfully discusses the likelihood that additional vaccination (beyond the initial two shots for COVID-19) will most likely be required.
|00:00||And what we are doing now, and that is why it is the example in your own family, so to speak,|
|00:04||so that we can vaccinate the elderly and those in need of care more quickly,|
|00:08||and at the same time vaccinate those who are particularly endangered faster.|
|00:12||Those who are 18 to 64 are usually vaccinated|
|00:15||So that the older ones are vaccinated with Bio-tech Moderna,|
|00:19||and the 18- to 64-year-olds in the priority group are vaccinated with AstraZeneca.|
|00:23||To make it faster overall, can you get vaccinated again later? YES!|
|00:28||The professors will agree with me that it does not affect the immune system,|
|00:33||if you, in a year, six months, are vaccinated again with another vaccine.|
|00:39||It is important to first and second vaccinate with Astra-Zeneca so that you have full protection.|
|00:43||First and second vaccination at the recommended interval. So after the first vaccination,|
|00:46||9 to 12 weeks later the second vaccination.|
|00:49||That makes a real difference, also for the immunity, this second vaccination.|
|00:53||And if you by then, by the way, maybe we all need a third vaccination,|
|00:58||we don’t even know if we all need another one after 12 months, after 24 months.|
|01:02||But if you also say for yourself; “I would want, possibly,|
|01:07||at the end of the year, when we have vaccinated all the others,|
|01:10||and there are still vaccines available,” (and there will be)|
|01:13||“to be vaccinated again,” (then that is possible without any problems).