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Well, we all want all of this to be over as quickly as possible and at the end of the day, they would be able to do it if it were not for massive incompetence on part of the Biden Administration.

The issue with COVID now lies in the ability to get the vaccine out and get everyone that needs to take it to take it.

That being said, there are some people that don’t need to get the vaccine and with that being the case, this whole thing would probably be over by now if the powers that be didn’t want to drag it out for so long.

Luckily, we have exceptional doctors in the United States that have been able to accurately predict when this whole thing will be over. It’s a lot sooner than you think.

A Johns Hopkins professor and surgeon says that the coronavirus pandemic could be “mostly gone” by April. But that’s not what Deep State troll Dr. Anthony Fauci thinks. Who’s right?

Marty Makary, who teaches at the university’s School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, said in an opinion piece published in the Wall Street Journal on Friday that daily infections have declined by 77 percent since January.

“There is reason to think the country is racing toward an extremely low level of infection,” Makary wrote. “As more people have been infected, most of whom have mild or no symptoms, there are fewer Americans left to be infected. At the current trajectory, I expect COVID will be mostly gone by April, allowing Americans to resume normal life.”

Vaccinations and the high number of people who have already been infected in the US — more than 28 million — could contribute to herd immunity in the spring, Makary said.

The White House and other experts have not been as optimistic, with some saying herd immunity may not be reached until much later in the year. Herd immunity occurs when enough people become immune to a virus, ending its spread. Makary also said it would protect against new strains of the coronavirus from spreading.
“When the chain of virus transmission has been broken in multiple places, it’s harder for it to spread — and that includes the new strains,” he said.

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