Omicron - The Beginning of The End?

(Last edited 10th of December 2021)


Omicron, The Final Variant?

Omicron, not the end of the World but the end of Covid-19?

This pandemic has been full of panic but I think some of the statements and decisions made the last couple of days beats all of the previous. I'm not going into the details of all of that but it leads me to believe that those who wish to prolong and use this pandemic for their agenda are in panic mode.

My hope and beginning belief is that Omicron is an answer to prayer. A quick way to give humanity natural immunity before the narrative can be controlled.

Below Dr. Richard Friedman from South Africa:

Omnicron still has mild symptoms, not at all as previous waves of Covid. The Spanish Flu ended by a mutation that was milder and won the "mutation race" since it kept the victims alive and active in normal life. It spread faster, were less harmful and gave natural immunity against other variants.

Dr. Friedman mentioned that 75% of those in hospital are unvaccinated and 3 out fo 4 who died are unvaccinated. In South Africa 25% of the population are fully vaccinated. I'll let that speak for itself.

The same conclusions about Omicron are also drawn by state epidemiologist Frode Forland in Norway. He says the following:

"That itโ€™s getting milder, most people will get it, and they will get a natural immunity."

"It might be that it has now replicated and mutated so many times that this is the optimal position from the virus' point of view, to spread widely and not kill the hosts."

And Tine Ravlo, an Oslo infectious diseases doctor said that:

"They have symptoms like fever, cough, headache, muscle pain, fatigue, but for now, none of them has become severely ill, and none of them have been treated in hospital."

Let's continue to pray!

In Christ,

John Tibell

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