hey say here is at least over 100 variances to this virus -- so i guess every 3 or 4 months there will be another reason to continue getting up dated shoots? --when is our natural immune system going to kick in? --
attached is information from Fauci in 2020 https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2020/12/15/946714505/fauci-predicts-u-s-could-see-signs-of-herd-immunity-by-late-march-or-early-april
not putting it out there to get political, Fauci is both vilified a bit too much and also praised a bit too much
it's almost two years into a future of 'Corona Flu'
at some point there will have to be some on-going reasonable health policy, and some on-going vaccination requirements for certain activities. there's already discussion of a 4th shot/booster, which means of course.....there will be a 6th, & and a ...one can reasonably see where this is headed, an annual booster recommendation or.....'requirement' (which is where the 'virulent' debate will evolve unfortunately
NYC is experiencing shortages of health workers, whose ranks have been thinned in NYC by .....vaccine requirements (now that's about as sad irony as one can find out there)
early Covid was NOT a flu, it was more virulent
there will be a successor to Omicron....and another, ...then...another..
so the question is, why don't we cancel sports events due to the flu....and I'm sure there have been past events canceled.
at some point the sports event decisions have to change from what it is now