In the wake of President Biden’s enraged speech urging business owners to enforce vaccine regulations, it’s worth noting that SARS-CoV-2 is overwhelmingly likely to become endemic.
Furthermore, if nonvaccinated Americans truly pose a threat to the vaccinated, the administration must address the several billion nonvaccinated citizens.
The virus SARS-CoV-2 has a high chance of becoming endemic. This implies it will never fade away completely, as the initial SARS epidemic did or as previous Ebola outbreaks did after a terrifying and devastating explosion of cases.
In a study conducted by Nature in February, over 90% of immunologists, viral experts, and virologists focusing on the coronavirus judged that the virus that causes COVID-19 was “very likely” or “likely” to become widespread.
Is It Really All Doom and Gloom?
This will not imply that we are doomed to a destiny of overcrowding in hospitals, inoculations, limitations, social isolation, masks, and shunning crowds. Flu and the four human coronaviruses that cause the common cold are also endemic, as per Nature.
However, a mixture of yearly flu shots and immunity implies that communities tolerate the cyclical deaths and diseases they bring without the need for shutdowns, masks, or social distance.
Biden’s vaccine mandate is an assault on private businesses.
I issued an Executive Order protecting Texans’ right to choose whether they get the COVID vaccine & added it to the special session agenda.
Texas is already working to halt this power grab.https://t.co/TwoQMhDxoM
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) September 9, 2021
If SARS-CoV-2 develops into a viral infection, most future children will confront it early in life, fight it off, and create an enduring capacity to combat future interactions with negligible symptoms.
In other terms, COVID-19 will eventually just become a public health annoyance, rather than the society disrupting monster it is now. President Biden spoke out yesterday and vehemently about the 80 million individuals in the United States who have yet to receive immunizations.
The president’s statement was a little hazy. He began by underlining that this virus poses essentially minimal health danger to immunized Americans. On any given day, only one in every 160,000 vaccinated citizens were hospitalized for COVID, Biden stated, citing data from the summertime.
According to recent data, barely one verified positive case per 5,000 vaccinated individuals occurs every day. However, Biden went on to say that unvaccinated people were putting vaccinated Americans in peril.
The only real danger to immunized Americans is being admitted to a crowded institution. This could be rectified immediately by emphasizing the care of immunized Americans, but for far too many individuals, this is unacceptable. It also makes a joke of the term “health care is a human right,” which is popular among many individuals on the left.
BREAKING: President Joe Biden to mandate all employers with more than 100 workers require COVID vaccinations or weekly virus tests. The new requirements would affect as many as 100 million people. https://t.co/aouKyBx5aA
— The Associated Press (@AP) September 9, 2021
They Have a Seriously Flawed Argument
Some pro-vaccination Americans argue that unvaccinated people put the majority of us in danger; they believe this because the more the virus is in circulation, the more chances it has to evolve into a version that is resistant to current vaccinations.
However, there is a serious flaw with this approach. Yes, those 80 million nonvaccinated Americans are a possible threat if any nonvaccinated human being symbolizes a possible chance for a terrible derivative to emerge.
However, so are the roughly 50 million nonvaccinated American kids who will not be allowed to get protected until “early winter” at the earliest, as per the FDA. Still, both of those populations are minor issues in comparison to the many billions of untreated people living outside our borders.