Virologist – Vaccine mandates won’t stop spread of Omicron
Jan. 10 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE.
Plymouth Michigan News
Mass confusion for the public.
As the U.S. Supreme Court is set to rule on whether the Biden Administration can enforce a vaccine or testing mandate for large private employers a noted scientist that identified the human immunodeficiency virus speaks out.
According to a recent report by 2008 Nobel Prize winner Prof. Dr. Loc Montagnier, the French virologist who along with Francoise Barre-Sinoussi discovered the HIV virus, there is no evidence so far that vaccines are reducing infections from the fast-spreading variant Omicron.
Referring to the federal court mandates issued Nov. 5 from the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) for healthcare workers and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for large employers and the fact that the courts are now considering the Biden administration vaccine mandates-including the Supreme Court, celebrated Noble Prize winner Montagnier asserts in a recently published article:
“It would be irrational, legally indefensible and contrary to the public interest for government to mandate vaccines absent any evidence that the vaccines are effective in stopping the spread of the pathogen they target. Yet that’s exactly what’s happening here.”
As of Jan. 1, according to the CDC Omicron cases represented more than 95 percent of the U.S. Covid cases.
Montagnier further claims because there have been mass Omicron outbreaks in heavily vaccinated populations, scientist are “highly uncertain the existing vaccines can stop it from spreading.”
Montagnier sites one preprint study, “…after 30 days the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines no longer had any statistically significant positive effect against Omicron infection, and after 90 days, their effect went negative-ie: vaccinated people were more susceptible to Omicron infection.”
“There is some early evidence that boosters may reduce Omicron infections but the effect appears to wane quickly, and we don’t know if repeated boosters would be an effective response to the surge of Omicron.”
The vaccine mandates before the courts don’t require boosters. Fully vaccinated according to the vaccine mandates is defined as two doses of Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech or one dose of Johnson & Johnson.
Montagnier says neither HHS or OSHA ever considered Omicron or said a word about vaccine efficacy against it, for the simple reason that it hadn’t yet been discovered.