It’s Official…Time to Embrace Omicron as First Case Recorded in US
Just after lunchtime yesterday, it was reported that the first documented case of the Omicron variant has been detected in the United States.
If you want my opinion, it’s been here for a while and it’s likely that we just haven’t been testing for it here in the United States.
There is no stopping this variant and from all indications, it seems that this one is going to become the dominant variant in the world. This could be a good thing or this could be a bad thing. The truth of the matter is that it’s just too early to know.
The Biden administration moved late last month to restrict travel from Southern Africa where the variant was first identified and had been widespread. Clusters of cases have also been identified in about two dozen other nations. The official could not discuss the matter publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was moving to tighten U.S. testing rules for travelers from overseas, including requiring a test for all travelers within a day of boarding a flight to the U.S. regardless of vaccination status. It was also considering mandating post-arrival testing.
Officials said those measures would only “buy time” for the country to learn more about the new variant and to take appropriate precautions, but that given its transmissibility its arrival in the U.S. was inevitable.
Here’s a question though that no one seems to ask. Don’t we make people prove they’ve been vaccinated or take tests to prove that they don’t have the virus before we allow them to leave or enter the country? If so, then how is it that this new variant was able to make it’s way to all of these other countries including the United States?
The answer is staring you right in the face and we all know what it is, but no one is willing to talk about the elephant in the room it seems because that would destroy their reputation and all they’ve built in this grand scheme of controlling Americans.