You are not getting it. If the virus can mutate into multiple strains in 10-12 months time, and it takes 12 months to develop a treatment (mRNA "vaccines", actually pre-treatments) then the lock down is perpetual.knotwindy wrote: ↑Tue Jan 12, 2021 3:50 amIf you need 70+% of the world population either vaccinated or exposed/recovered and there are almost 8 billion people in the world and they are vaccinating 20 million per month how long will it take until we don’t have to wear masks and close most businesses?
If somehow the virus has mercy on us, and its mutated strains are prevened by the current mRNA pre-treatment, then there is hope.
But mutation success is a product of natural selection dependent on enviormental factors. These first recognized mutations were successful in an environment without mRNA pre-treatments. But over the next year, mutations will begin to be driven by the exposure to those pre-treatments. Thus there is a likelihood that successful mutations in that enviorment will not be prevented by current mRNA pre-treatments.
There are way better odds that governments roll back the lock downs, return hospital capacity to what it was 60 years ago or so, and admits that the actual chance of dying "FROM" covid-19 and not just "WITH" it, are extremely low.