World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus declared during a May 5th news conference held at the global health body’s headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, that the COVID-19 scamdemic is now over. However, most people know that the damage that the three-year emergency has done is already done.
“For more than a year, the pandemic has been on a downward trend with population immunity increasing from vaccination and infection, mortality decreasing, and the pressure on health systems easing,” Ghebreyesus told reporters. “This trend has allowed most countries to return to life as we knew it before COVID-19. It’s therefore with great hope that I declare COVID-19 over as a global health emergency.”
According to a report by Natural News, during the press conference, Tedros remarked that COVID-19 “has been so much more than [a] health crisis” and proceeded to enumerate the extent of the damage it inflicted on the world. He is claiming the virus caused all the damage without blaming the real problem: the world’s ruling classes and their control over people.
“It has caused severe economic upheaval – erasing trillions from [gross domestic product], disrupting travel and trade, shuttering businesses, and plunging millions into poverty,” he said. “It has [also] caused severe social upheaval with borders closed, movement restricted, schools shut and millions of people experiencing loneliness, isolation, anxiety, and depression.”
Even though the rulers have declared the public no longer needs to be afraid of getting a cold, the tyranny rolled out is going to stay. The public at large allowed themselves to fall much further into slavery with every scamdemic declaration. Ghebreyesus even said this:
“[COVID-19] has left and continues to leave deep scars on our world. Those scars must serve as a permanent reminder of the potential for new viruses to emerge, with devastating consequences. As a global community, the suffering we have endured, the painful lessons we have learned, the investments we have made and the capacities we have built must not go to waste,” he said.
“[The] virus is here to stay. It is still killing, and it’s still changing. The worst thing any country could do now is to use this news as a reason 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.”