The media is flipping the script in light of Biden’s failure.
Now, the media doesn’t want you to pay attention to COVID case counts as the Omicron variant continues to spread across the country.
“For two years, infections always preceded hospitalizations which preceded deaths, so you could look at infections and know what was coming,” Ashish K. Jha, dean of Brown University and a former Harvard health expert said during an appearance on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday. “Omicron changes that. This is the shift we’ve been waiting for in many ways.”
“That’s very different than what we have seen in the past,” he said. “So I no longer think infections, generally, should be the major metric.”
Jha doesn’t want Americans to pay attention to the vaccinated but said health officials should only monitor the non-vaccinated “because those people will end up in the hospital.”
It appears that in other parts of the world leaders are starting to walk back some of the “panic.” In Germany, politicians are calling for an end to “panic mode” and an investigation into the healthcare system.
JUST IN – Chairman of the left-wing party “Die Linke,” Dietmar Bartsch, calls for an end to the “panic mode” regarding Covid in Germany. Demands investment in the healthcare system instead of compulsory vaccination.