World Health Organization (W.H.O.) director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned journalists in Geneva on Tuesday that there is too much at stake to celebrate Christmas this year, threatening that it is better to cancel or postpone any festivities than risk the death of a loved one.
“An event cancelled is better than a life cancelled. It’s better to cancel now and celebrate later than to celebrate now and grieve later,” Tedros insisted.
The W.H.O., by the way, has not previously issued a global decree to cancel any other religious holidays such as the Muslim Eid or the Hindu Diwali as a result of coronavirus.
A W.H.O. spokesperson strongly advised that, in addition to “wearing the mask” and “distancing,” individuals “really, really seriously, get vaccinated.” They should also help convince the vaccine-resistant “to get vaccinated” and to consider the vaccine status of any individuals who might be attending their Christmas gatherings.
Pushing for increased vaccination, Tedros mentioned that the omicron variant “is spreading significantly faster than the Delta variant” and people who are vaccinated are “more likely” to be “be infected or re-infected.” He also argued — presumably pulling a number and date out of his, er, hat — that if “70 percent” of every country’s population was vaccinated by mid-2022, the coronavirus pandemic could be ended by 2023.
These so-called experts and health authorities have been wrong so many times on every aspect of this manufactured pandemic, only the truly brainwashed believe them anymore.