Bill Gates on Omicron and the Coronavirus. “COVID-19 Could Like The Flu”

He is nicknamed Bill Gates by CNBC “Public health advocate”. Twitter billionaire with Head of Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh prof. Devi Sridhar exchanged opinions. According to Microsoft’s co-founder “Omikron will develop a lot of resistance next year.”

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Bill Gates on Omicron. “COVID-19 Could Like The Flu”

Bill Gates added that if enough of the country could hold on to jsome level of concurrent immunity against COVID-19whether it induced Coronavirus vaccineor otherwise, the spread of the virus may slow down for long enough periods to the pandemic has passed into its endemic phase.

Gates explained.

In an online debate with Sridhar, he noted that Until Omikron relents, unvaccinated people will continue to experience the “worst cases” of COVID-19. As he added health systems all over the world will remain facing the challengeand because of extremely high infectivity of this variant.

CNBC points out that Bill Gates is not the first to deliver predictions about the end of the pandemic. According to some experts the rapid spread of the Omicron, while certainly dangerous, it can equip enough people with the so-called natural immunitywhat will make you COVID-19 will enter a much less severe “endemic” phase.

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Bill Gates however, it does not rule out another possible scenarioaccording to which another variant coronavirus could be more severe, or moved in a different way than the previous ones. In the opinion of the billionaire, it is rather unlikely, but it is not impossible.

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