OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) – Canada’s chief public health officer has said that people should “prepare” for a possible seventh wave of COVID come the fall.
“I think the pandemic is not over, and … given the continuous evolution of the SARS‑CoV‑2 virus we think that it’s very likely that we will get some more viral activity in the future,” said Dr. Theresa Tam while speaking before a House of Commons Standing Committee on Health last week. Tam was responding to a question about a possible “seventh” wave of COVID from NDP MP Don Davies.
“We can’t predict exactly how big the next wave is, but I think we need to prepare, we need to prepare for the fall and winter season.”
Canada’s top doctor Theresa Tam warns of a possible seventh COVID-19 wave in the future. She added that “we need to prepare for the fall and winter season.” Tam also said the pandemic is not over. pic.twitter.com/PsdEa6LRVx
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Tam also said that she and her team are “watching out for some very different variants” of COVID mutations, including different sub-variants of omicron.
Tam declared that the COVID injections, when given in three doses, offer a 60 percent protection against omicron, while admitting that two doses of the jab offers only 20 percent protection.
“Omicron was a game-changer, is a game-changer,” said Tam.
“Prior to that, two doses of a vaccine for example, had very high efficacy against infection as well as severe outcomes.”
She then claimed that, as the COVID jabs themselves do not along stop COVID transmission, a layered approach including the use of masks needs to be considered.
The COVID jab trials have never generated evidence that the injections stop infection or transmission of the virus. There is also very strong evidence that those with the COVID jabs are just as likely to carry and transmit the virus as the unvaccinated.
For months both the federal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau along with provincial governments encouraged Canadians to take the injections, often through coercive means such as threatening to take away their jobs. Those who refused were shown contempt.
Indeed, last year Trudeau called the vaccine-free “extremists who don’t believe in science” who are “often misogynists” and “often racists.”
The Trudeau government still has in place a mandate that all federal employees, even those who work from home, must be “fully vaccinated” with the COVID jabs.
Also in place is a mandate that in effect bans those who have chosen not to get the COVID vaccines from traveling by air, rail, or sea. This measure bans Canadians from flying within Canada as well as out of the country. Very few exceptions are given.
However, cracks in the prime minister’s strategy are showing as just last week a report surfaced that the “massive” majority of MPs within Trudeau’s own party want the COVID travel mandates gone.
Trudeau just today announced he had tested positive for COVID, which is the second time in less than six months.
A recent international study has found that COVID jab mandates have done far more harm than good.