Since hindsight is 20-20, we should be a lot smarter the next time a pandemic is unleashed on our country. The following is a list based on mistakes we made two years ago and continue to this day, and the precautions needed to avoid another nightmare. When I use ‘We” I’m referring to the United States of America:
In no particular order:
- Immediately send in reliable U.S. Authorities (not W.H.O.) to discover the origin of the virus before evidence is destroyed. Do not take “no” for an answer from the country of origin.
- Block travel from the country of origin until the pandemic subsides.
- Hold country monetarily libel for all costs ensued by America to combat the virus and don’t use a PC name for the virus. Name it for its origin like the Wuhan Virus. That isn’t racist, it’s factual.
- Immediately determine who the most vulnerable people are based on records of hospitalized patients, i.e. their age, weight, race, gender, underlying health issues, etc. and proceed to protect those in danger by sending out a national warning to them. Do not hide who the most vulnerable are!
- Do not shut down companies but rather warn the most vulnerable to stay home until the threat is over whether it be children, seniors, or teenagers.
- Allow all reputable therapeutics to be prescribed early on if a patient contracts the virus. Do not politicize a treatment based on who recommends it. (hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin.)
- Do not allow partisan governors and mayors to enact draconian rules such as vaccine mandates on their people or companies.
- Have vaccines being researched, but do not put a time limit on when they need to be approved.
- Allow the pharmaceutical companies to be held libel for a vaccine or drug that causes harm to a patient and to warn them of the possible adverse side effects before taking it.
- Do not allow governors and mayors to require proof of vaccine or test results to gain access to anything in their state.
- Do not allow political hacks to be televised daily spewing their unscientific knowledge like Fauci and former Governor Cuomo did.
- Be honest with the people regarding the symptoms of the virus and the severity if catching it, i.e., do not run a fear campaign for simple flu symptoms that we are exposed to yearly.
- If the virus is found to be engineered in a lab, We need to eliminate the lab altogether; yet Wuhan is going strong and still doing research. Yikes. Are we this dumb?
The Wuhan Virus is over. We the People are over it. Let’s get on with our lives and let those who aren’t over it know how you feel, in a nice way. This virus divided the country like I’ve never seen before. Everyone chose a corner to stand in and won’t come out. We’ve been told lies after lies about this virus from day one from our government and the media, and we never in our lifetime want to be subjected to this again. We need to learn from our mistakes not repeat them.
We the people knew in our hearts what sounded wrong, but were not allowed to speak out against it. When We the people did, we got shouted down, humiliated, or even asked to leave an establishment. The rudeness from stores was more contagious than the epidemic itself. Rudeness spread to all walks of life from strangers on the street to shoppers in a store to teachers in the classroom to pharmacists. All rude and all wrong. They should all have egg on their faces now that we know cloth masks did little to stop the spread; but there’s not enough eggs to go around. Ask yourself why the media is ignoring the Johns Hopkins report on shutdowns and masks?
“The researchers – Johns Hopkins University economics professor Steve Hanke, Lund University economics professor Lars Jonung, and special advisor at Copenhagen’s Center for Political Studies Jonas Herby – analyzed the effects of lockdown measures such as school shutdowns, business closures, and mask mandates on COVID-19 deaths.
“We find little to no evidence that mandated lockdowns in Europe and the United States had a noticeable effect on COVID-19 mortality rates,” the researchers wrote. ” FOX News.
The reason is because they don’t want to admit they were wrong.