A top doctor, who served as an expert witness for the U.S. Congress, states that, even after a COVID-19 vaccine is available, mask wearing and other social distancing measures will remain mandatory.
“I feel like there is this perception that once we have a #CoronavirusVaccine life will go back to normal,” tweeted Dr.Krutika Kuppalli “Life will not be like it was pre-COVID. Even after we have a #vaccine you will still need to use good hand hygiene, maintain physical distance, avoid crowds and wear masks,” she added.
Dr Kuppalli is not the only medical expert who has been warning that of this. As we highlighted previously at Vision News, many health experts, including the world health organisation, have suggested that there will be little or no ‘getting back to normal’, after a vaccine becomes available and that life will never return to normal. In a CNN article written by their international security editor Nick Paton Walsh, the author asserted that the mandatory wearing of masks will become “permanent,” “just part of life,” and that the public would need to “come to terms with it.”
Earlier this month, a senior U.S. Army official said that there will ‘probably never be a return to normal post-COVID’ and that rules such as social distancing and mask wearing will likely become permanent. Bill Gates, the man who promotes himself as the world’s greatest health expert despite being a computer salesman, said that the situation will not be reversed until the world reaches ‘Zero COVID’ a goal that, despite his vaccine claims, could never be reached.
Face masks now becoming part of the “new normal,” and a permanent fixture have the inevitable effect of dehumanising us all. Faceless, humourless, expressionless ‘drones’ all looking the same and thinking the same inhabiting an antiseptic world where nature is shunned is the very theme of many dystopian novels and movies. In these dystopian worlds the ‘threat’ of some outside, unseen force, is always used by an authoritarian government to oppress the population, but this is definitely, definitely not what this is all about.