Dr. Peter McCullough on the Omicron variant and how to prevent severe COVID infection
TBDHU announces Omicron variant in TBay
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~ December 5, 2021 (LSNews) Dr. McCullough provides a calm, rational and evidence-based approach that is in stark contrast to that of the fear-inducing mainstream media, who are panicking the general public with irrational fear.
In wake of the new scariant — the Omicron variant — I sat down to chat with cardiologist and epidemiologist Doctor Peter McCullough, who is considered to be one of the world’s leading experts on COVID-19. Based in Dallas, Texas, Dr. McCullough voiced concerns over the COVID response very early on in the pandemic. As a result, he has nearly two years worth of dedicated academic and clinical efforts wherein he has not only successfully treated COVID-positive patients, but also reviewed thousands of reports and participated in scientific congresses, group discussions and press releases.
Dr. McCullough confirms that the omicron variant is the most heavily mutated version of SARS-COV2, with approximately 30 mutations along the spike and 10 in the binding receptor. He says, “it appears to have arisen from vaccinated individuals and so far it has exerted mild symptoms… and with this degree of mutation this will completely escape the effectiveness of the vaccine.”
In this report we discuss the simple, at-home prophylactic measures that nearly anyone can take to avoid severe outcomes of COVID infection. We show Dr. McCullough’s research on-screen and basic instructions for what he recommends.
Dr. McCullough provides a calm, rational and evidence-based approach that is in stark contrast to that of the fear-inducing mainstream media, who are panicking the general public with irrational fear.
Omicron variant Arrives in Thunder Bay
In a media release the Thunder Bay District Health Unit this evening announced The Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) is reporting that four residents in the Thunder Bay area have been confirmed as having the omicron variant of COVID-19. It is anticipated that an additional four individuals will be confirmed as having omicron in the coming days. All individuals are in the same household and all have been isolating. There is a direct link to southern Africa, where the variant was initially recognized.
“Quick action on the part of these individuals led to very early notification of an individual with COVID-19 where omicron was a possibility due to the travel connection. Initial screening results were consistent with the delta variant, however, the confirmatory result received this weekend indicated omicron,” Said Dr. Janet DeMille, Medical Officer of Health. “We have been working with these individuals and adopted enhanced case and contact measures right from the start with the goal of containing any ongoing spread. At this time, there is no evidence of spread outside the household."
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