Why the Democrats' COVID Lockdown Regime Could Come Crashing Down By April

I wanted to see a baseball game this spring. I want to see football games in the fall, with fans—full capacity. Given the doom and gloom attitude the Biden administration has taken with their COVID agenda, along with their waffled path schools reopening, prospects are not good. The liberal media’s consistent COVID hysteria doesn’t help. This weekend we did pass 500,000 deaths from COVID. It’s tragic, but there is light at the end of this thanks to President Trump and Operation Warp Speed that yielded two vaccines. Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine waits in the wings. Yet, Marty Makary, a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, also noted something else regarding COVID that he says scientists shouldn't hide from the public.

The truth is that cases are down 77 percent over the past six weeks. Makary goes line-by-line regarding why he thinks COVID will be mostly gone by April. Yes, you read that right. We underestimate natural immunity, testing doesn’t give the full picture, and vaccinations are ongoing as we speak. Given the fatality rate, he says that in reality, two-thirds of the country has already contracted the disease. He also adds that the medical experts he spoke with agree with his hypothesis but warn not to pop the champagne just yet as they want Americans to keep getting vaccinated for COVID. 

He also adds that with new variants, the vaccine process should end as this virus will be sticking around for quite some time. The good news is that the nations that experienced new variants are also seeing a decrease in cases (via WSJ).

“My prediction that Covid-19 will be mostly gone by April is based on laboratory data, mathematical data, published literature, and conversations with experts,” wrote Makary. I sure hope so. Right now, kids suffering from depression and anxiety have spiked amid the school lockdowns. It’s hit record levels and now we’re dealing with a slew of suicides. It’s why San Francisco wants to reopen, which has led to them suing their own school board. 

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