The plan is to have an app, run by the government, where you have to scan a QR code every time you enter a building. The app then alerts you if there’s a coronavirus case in a place you visited.
They’ve written down this plan. They published it basically immediately after the alleged “pandemic” started.
But instead of just telling you that upfront, they’ve danced a jig.
The world is waiting for the coronavirus pandemic to just be over already. The finish line appears to be in sight as COVID-19 vaccines roll out. Unfortunately, an ominous new report by researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center contends that mass vaccinations alone won’t control or end the pandemic.
Instead, they say protecting against the spread of both symptomatic and asymptomatic COVID-19 infections is the true key to ending the pandemic. Asymptomatic cases in particular continue to drive the pandemic forward, according to study authors. In other words, social distancing and masks aren’t going to be superfluous any time soon.
“Determining the true transmission capability of asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic cases is inherently complex, but knowledge gaps should not detract from acknowledging their role in the spread of SARS-CoV-2,” researchers write in a university release.
“We can’t rely on vaccination alone to control the pandemic,” adds co-author Angela L. Rasmussen, PhD. “Vaccines are great for protecting people against disease, but we don’t yet know how well they work to protect against transmission.”
“Asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic transmission poses a unique challenge for public health and infection prevention mitigation efforts,” notes study co-author Saskia V. Popescu, PhD, MA. “Ultimately this is something we will need to continuously keep our eye on as we move into the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and a reduction of disease due to vaccinations.”
“Until there is widespread implementation of robust surveillance and epidemiological measures that allow us to put out these smokeless fires, the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be fully extinguished,” the team conclude.
There it is.
They’re just spewing gibberish at you, then saying: “so this means we have to spy on you.”
There isn’t any pandemic. It’s the flu. The vaccines are a bizarre gene therapy treatment.
They are already tracking your movements with your phone, but they want to get you involved in the process, as part of a psychological conditioning scheme. They are progressively dehumanizing you, on purpose, in order to get you to accept ever more aggressive intrusions.
The people in control of this operation are all lunatic satanic cultists who are scheming to make themselves immortal using technology and then invade outer space for some reason.
This is all a surreal nightmare.
It’s hard to understand when it is playing out in real time in front of you, and you’re in the middle of it. But this really is something out of a science fiction novel. Not even a normal science fiction novel. A Philip K. Dick surrealist and psychedelic science fiction novel.