US Scientists have discovered that Omicron, flagged as a 'variant of concern' and used as justification for Medical Apartheid has, in fact, mutated into the common cold.
According to Reuters, Scientists in New York have what they describe as 'genetic material' from another virus identical to the human cold - present in the same infected cells.
'This genetic sequence does not appear in any earlier versions of the coronavirus, called SARS-CoV-2, but is ubiquitous in many other viruses including those that cause the common cold, and also in the human genome', researchers said.
By inserting this particular snippet into itself, Omicron might be making itself look "more human," which would help it evade attack by the human immune system, said Venky Soundararajan of Cambridge, Massachusetts-based data analytics firm Nference, who led the study posted on Thursday on the website OSF Preprints.
This could mean the virus transmits more easily, while only causing mild or asymptomatic disease. Cells in the lungs and in the gastrointestinal system can harbor SARS-CoV-2 and common-cold coronaviruses simultaneously, according to earlier studies. Such co-infection sets the scene for viral recombination, a process in which two different viruses in the same host cell interact while making copies of themselves, generating new copies that have some genetic material from both "parents."
This new mutation could have first occurred in a person infected with both pathogens when a version of SARS-CoV-2 picked up the genetic sequence from the other virus, Soundararajan and colleagues said in the study, which has not yet been peer-reviewed.
The mutation of SARS-CoV-2 into the common cold is entirely predictable and follows the pattern of a normal virus life-cycle. The virus has mutated into a harmless cold virus, which should be encouraged to spread through the population as the perfect form of 'vaccination' according to independent experts.
The Omicron variant, has been used as the excuse to bring in medical apartheid across Europe with Britain soon to follow.