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Curve track Covid-19. Media review

1) There are massive hordes of unused Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19)
“vaccines” stockpiled all across the country, and many state leaders
have no clue what to do with them. As the plandemic finally comes
to an end, states are scrambling to figure out how to dispose of the
shots. One idea proposed by Dr. Joseph Bresee, director of the
COVID-19 Vaccine Implementation Program at the Task Force for
Global Health in Decatur, Ga., is to dump them all in Africa. “Nearly
1.5 million doses in Michigan, 1.45 million in North Carolina
1 million in Illinois, and almost 725,000 doses in Washington
couldn’t be used.” (https://bit.ly/3CqyQKB)
2) The federal government paid hundreds of media companies to
advertise the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines while at
the same time they were only providing glowingly positive stories
and reviews of said vaccines – never once bothering to reveal their
huge financial interest in doing so, as The Blaze first reported last
week:  “HHS revealed that it purchased advertising from major news
networks including ABC, CBS, and NBC, as well as cable TV news
stations Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC, legacy media publications
including the New York Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the
Washington Post, digital media companies like BuzzFeed News and
Newsmax, and hundreds of local newspapers and TV stations.
These outlets were collectively responsible for publishing countless
articles and video segments regarding the vaccine that were nearly
uniformly positive about the vaccine in terms of both its efficacy
and safety,” reported TheBlaze (https://bit.ly/35K95ZM).
3) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr
Rochelle Walensky said that she expects covid-19 to become seasonal
like flu (https://nbcnews.to/3sWd5zd).
“I do anticipate that this is probably going to be a seasonal virus,”
she told NBC News on Monday.
This would transition Covid from its pandemic phase into an
endemic. Experts believe that every winter there will probably be an
uptick of cases, but like the flu, the infection will be relatively mild
for most people. Annual booster shots may also be available, like
flu shots that become available at pharmacies every year as well.
Walensky did warn however that Covid mandates could come back
in the future.
‘I would say put your masks in a drawer, anticipate you may need
them again and hope that we don’t,’ she said.
‘We may want to be more vigilant during some seasons… during
respiratory season, if things ramped up, we would want to put on
our masks again to protect both from flu and from Covid and from
all other respiratory diseases.’ The CDC say it is actively looking
for new variants, but sees no evidence of new variants on the