UK Chief Medical Officer Threatens New “Surge of Coronavirus” to Return Later This Year

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Despite the UK planning to lift all restrictions in June, the country’s Chief Medical Officer says that there will be a new “surge” of coronavirus later this year, opening up the possibility of lockdown being extended once again.

Professor Chris Whitty warned MPs today that “all the modelling” in relation to COVID-19 shows that it will make a comeback at the end of summer or in autumn.

Whitty said that the virus would target people who have failed to take the vaccine or those on whom it has been ineffective.

“All the modelling suggests at some point we will get a surge in the virus. We hope it doesn’t happen soon – it might happen later in the summer if we open up gradually, or if there is a seasonal effect it might happen over the next autumn and winter,” said Whitty.

“But all the modelling suggests there is going to be a further surge, and when it happens it will find the people who have not been vaccinated or where the vaccine has not worked. Some of them will be hospitalised and sadly some of them will die,” he added.

Whitty’s predictions were echoed by Sir Patrick Vallance, who said, “There is nothing to suggest the virus is going away any time soon. It may be a winter virus that comes back over winters with an increase in infection rates.”

In other words, now that the state has established almost total compliance with its lockdown mandates, they will be brought back on a whim at the drop of a hat.

This then enshrines the notion that freedoms aren’t God-given or innate, but graciously provided by government on the condition of total subservience, and that they can be instantly removed once again if that level of fealty isn’t sufficient.

Polls show a truly shocking level of compliance, with the population having been so terrified into supporting lockdown that a majority of them say they will miss “some” or “many” aspects of it.

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