According to Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra, they would give all stakeholders a 60-day notice before lifting the emergency declaration. This is for the healthcare providers and other authorities can prepare for a return to normal operations.
But HHS did not provide a 60-day notice on Friday, Nov. 11. This means that the emergency will remain in place for at least another 60 days until mid-January.
CNBC reported that this is because public health officials are expecting another surge this winter as people will gather more indoors, where the virus spreads easier. They are also unsure of what the future holds as more immune evasive omicron subvariants become dominant in the United States.
“How the U.S. fares against COVID this fall and winter will help determine whether the emergency needs to be renewed again moving forward,” Becerra told reporters in October.
Meanwhile, the mainstream media has started to provide details on the possibility of the next variant, which will be called pi – the next letter after omicron in the Greek alphabet. According to health experts, this major new variant could arise through the winter and bring a new wave of infections.
A lot of people, who have grown tired and weary of the public scaremongering, are worried that the pandemic narrative would be a “never-ending story” to pave the way for more vaccines and public health mandates.
“Are we going to see variants arise or future versions of this virus arise which come with more severe outcomes than currently, the omicrons do, either because they escape some level of control that the vaccines give, or that they change inherently? I still don’t think that’s resolved. I still think we are in a phase where there’s an awful lot that we don’t know,” said Wendy Barclay, a virologist at Imperial College London.
Public health emergency paves way to medical tyranny and corruption opportunities
Back in September, President Joe Biden told healthcare providers to begin preparing for an end to the public health emergency declared in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that erupted almost three years ago. This could impact Medicaid health insurance recipients and could significantly affect how hospitals and pharmacies operate.
As soon as the government announces that the public health emergency is ending, up to 15 million people will be disenrolled from Medicare and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Pharmacies are also concerned that they could no longer administer the experimental vaccines to more people.
But to logical analysts, ending the public health emergency would stop medical tyranny and corruption opportunities. (Related: Why they want to keep the “health emergency” going forever.)
“We’re in the third year of the pandemic. We’ve gone through hell. We’ve sacrificed. We’ve used all kinds of emergency powers,” said Lawrence Gostin, an expert on health law at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
“So if you’re going to end all that, you have to end it in a transparent way, honestly, with the American public about what they gain and what they lose,” he pointed out.
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Watch the video below that talks about the extension of the COVID-19 public health emergency.
This video is from the Midwest Information Network channel on Brighteon.com.