Dr. Angelique Coetzee, a private practitioner and chair of South African Medical Association, and one of the people that discovered the Omicron variant is busting Fauci’s narrative.
On November 18, 2021 Coetzee observed seven patients in her clinic that had different symptoms from the Delta variant and they were “very mild.”
Coetzee said that patients reported being “extremely fatigued” for two days with body aches and a headache.
“Symptoms at that stage was very much related to normal viral infection. And because we haven’t seen COVID-19 for the past eight to 10 weeks, we decided to test,” she said. The test came back positive and shortly thereafter she started treating patients with similar symptoms.
“We have seen a lot of Delta patients during the third wave. And this doesn’t fit in the clinical picture,” she said. “Most of them are seeing very, very mild symptoms and none of them so far have admitted patients to surgeries. We have been able to treat these patients conservatively at home.”
Coetzee reported that patients have not loss their taste or smell and there has been no major drop in oxygen levels. The South African doctor reported that the most common complaint is “severe fatigue for one or two days. With them, the headache and the body aches and pain.”
NEW: From Reuters🚨
South African Doctor:
“Looking at the the mildness of the symptoms, there is no reason for panicking, as we don’t see severely ill patients”
“The hype that’s been created out there in the media & worldwide doesn’t correlate with the clinical picture” pic.twitter.com/g7tSas0qqK
— Rosie’s Virus Branding Crisis (@DarnelSugarfoo) November 28, 2021
Now compare what Coetzee is saying to the panic machine on CNN. In the video above Coetzee (who is one of the top medical officials in South Africa) reported that she’s checked in with hospitals and found not many are infected with the new variant. However, below is report from CNN claiming hospitalizations are rising:
— New Day (@NewDay) November 29, 2021