Speaking to the BBC this morning, Sir John Bell, a leading member of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine team, said that it’s time to “move on” and urged the government not to delay reopening the country because of emerging covid variants.
He went on to say that covid “is here to stay probably forever”, and that the Government should focus on managing “hospitalisations, serious disease and deaths” rather than cases.
There were zero deaths from covid-19 reported yesterday and the so-called most vulnerable people in society have had two jabs, but the government’s scientific advisers are urging Prime Minister Boris Johnson to delay the June 21st unlocking.
By the end of today, three quarters of UK adults will have had their first injection. I wish they hadn’t but hey-ho.
Good on John Bell for saying that enough is enough and all that, but if I was interviewing him, I’d be diving straight into the harm being caused by the “vaccine” that he had so much to do with.