Nu” “Omicron” variant of COVID arrived just in time to ruin Christmas. (Who didn’t see this coming?) The variant with “more mutations than you shake a spike protein at” was first identified in Botswana and quickly became the most prevalent variant in South Africa. But before you succumb to “pandemic of the unvaccinated” nonsense, consider this:
(Article by Bill Hennessy republished from HennessysView.com)
From the President of Botswana, where the variant was first discovered:
The preliminary report revealed all four [patients] had been previously vaccinated for COVID-19.
Here’s the letter:
Please bookmark this important story. You’ll need to share with your covidian friends who blame this
Nu Omicron variant on the unvaccinated.
Update: The Gateway Pundit has more information on
Nu Omicron. Check it out.
Update 2: Zerohedge has a great summary of all we know about the
Nu Omicron variant. Here are some highlights:
- Regarded as the most heavily mutated variant of the Coronavirus, thus far, as it has 32 mutations in the spike protein and 50 overall. More specifically, scientists have highlighted that there are 10 mutations vs 2 in the Delta variant regarding the receptor binding domain, which is the portion of the virus that makes initial contact with cells.
- The Nu variant was identified 5 days ago initially in Botswana with subsequent confirmation and sequencing in South Africa with about 100 confirmed cases. Cases have been detected in Israel and Hong Kong and as of this morning, in Belgium.
- Sequencing data suggests 126.96.36.1999 has a different evolutionary pathway, but shares a few common mutations with the C.1.2, Beta and Delta variants.
- That said, as we cautioned last night, a significant number of mutations may not necessarily be a ‘negative’ as it is dependent on how these mutations function, which scientists are yet to establish. Then again, since it is the job of science to fearmonger so that Pfizer can buy an even bigger yacht, assume it will be “very very horrifying” until proven innocuous.
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