But leaked documents reveal that this has all been planned.
The Prime Minister of Belgium says the new mutant variant of coronavirus is so potentially devastating that it should be called ‘COVID-21’.
Alexander De Croo made the comments during a press conference after international markets plummeted in response to the news that the ‘Nu’ variant of the virus had been discovered in Botswana and spread across South Africa.
“You could say that this is Covid-21 instead of Covid-19: it is three times more infectious than the original virus,” said De Croo.
His remarks came in the aftermath of sustained media panic over the new mutation and the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) describing the variant as “the worst one we’ve seen so far.” It was confirmed that the B.1.1.529 variant had reached Europe after it was detected in someone who had entered Belgium after traveling to Egypt.
Some European countries are already tightening COVID restrictions despite the fact that very little is known about the new strain and it could take weeks to determine if it is a major threat.
However, the fact that a -'Covid-21' virus was described in secret SAGE documents as early as June 2020 suggest that, rather than this being a real threat, that the entire panic has been orchestrated by the World Health Organisation.
In August we exposed the plan to created by Chris Whitty and others from the WHO to create a 'New variant response' that was designed to 'Set the UK back a year'. And, exactly as predicted, Covid-21 will 'evade current vaccines' creating an imperative for yet ANOTHER jab.
in the article we reported that 'Whitehall were secretly drawing up plans for a future Covid variant that, they claim, 'evades current vaccines' that will be used as an excuse for more lockdowns. later in the article exposing the con Prof Graham Medley, a member of Sage, head of the Spi-M subgroup, who has repeatedly called for lockdown over the past 18 months, said it was “clearly something that the planners and scientists should take very seriously as it would put us back a long way”. (For 'would' read 'will'.). “It is not that different to the planning that needs to be done between pandemics – a new variant that was able to overcome immunity significantly would be essentially a new virus,” (Covid-21) he said. “The advantage would be that we know we can generate vaccines against this virus – and relatively quickly. The disadvantage is that we would be back to the same situation we were in a year ago, depending on how much impact current immunity had against a new variant. Hopefully, evolution is slow, so that new variants arise that are only marginally rather than one big jump.”