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FDA Admits COVID-19 No Different than Flu

'It will likely circulate globally for the foreseeable future, taking its place alongside other common respiratory viruses such as influenza... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) After two years of instituting lockdowns to slow the spread, President Joe Biden’s Food and Drug Administration has admitted that COVID is not different than the flu, the Daily Caller reported.

The FDA‘s Commissioner Robert Califf, Principal Deputy Commissioner Janet Woodcock and the agency vaccine official, Dr. Peter Marks, released a joint statement suggesting that the virus be treated the same as the seasonal flu moving forward.

The scientific duo began by praising the jab as the savior of mankind, suggesting that with the Big Pharma vaccine and herd immunity we no longer need to worry ourselves.

“Widespread vaccine- and infection-induced immunity, combined with the availability of effective therapeutics, could blunt the effects of future outbreaks.”

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According to Woodcock and Marks, we must learn to deal with COVID as a part of life, especially with former President Donald Trump out of office.

“Nonetheless, it is time to accept that the presence of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is the new normal,” the officials wrote.

They also noted that nations will need to work together with Big Pharma to create effective vaccines each year for the foreseeable future, and perhaps for good.

“It will likely circulate globally for the foreseeable future, taking its place alongside other common respiratory viruses such as influenza. And it likely will require similar annual consideration for vaccine composition updates in consultation with the [FDA],” they continued.

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Many on the Right were silenced early in the pandemic for making such comparisons, which have become acceptable only in the regime of President Biden.

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