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Delta + Omicron

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Sue
Sue
1 year ago

Interesting , the pandemic will never end because people keep complying to this ridiculousness.

P
P
1 year ago

I’m so tired of the blatant symbolism. They doing everything right in our faces.

travis
travis
1 year ago
Reply to  P

It would be rather helpful if only more people could see what’s so obvious to those who are paying attention.

ukyo
ukyo
1 year ago

I can’t remember who said it but it’s very real that we’re seeing the Bible in 3D and, of course, the Elite playing games more than never.

Al Sanz
Al Sanz
1 year ago

They can call it whatever they want, it doesn`t matter. What it matters is the virus is REAL and is still mutating, therefore potencially more dangerous.

Cpt. Obvious
Cpt. Obvious
1 year ago
Reply to  Al Sanz

Mutated viruses aren’t jacked-up heroes with steel claws or eye-lasers. Mutated (attenuated) versions of viruses are universally Weaker than their original form, every change making them Less dangerous than before, until they’re just a low-level background ‘Cold’, like their forebretheren.

GrimmacK
GrimmacK
1 year ago
Reply to  Al Sanz

Viral mutations generally get more infectious but less lethal. Duh science.

travis
travis
1 year ago
Reply to  Al Sanz

Lol, we’ve got a comedian here.

There’s no evidence COVID-19 exists, nor is there any evidence that the variants exist. This is a massive hoax perpetuated by the Lucifarian elite to institute a totalitarian, satanic New World Order via “biosecurity.”

iliketrees
iliketrees
1 year ago
Reply to  Al Sanz

Sorry dude, there is no virus and no mutations and no test and no variants. covid-19-myths.com is an excellent place to start if you want to know ACTUAL scientific research. Every single part of this is completely made up, and I’m extremely curious, how can you possibly not see that at this point?

guywithmanymasks
guywithmanymasks
1 year ago

I’m lost

yourhumbleservant
yourhumbleservant
1 year ago

fourth letter of the Roman alphabet, from Greek delta, from Phoenician and Hebrew daleth, pausal form of deleth “door,” so called from its shape. The form of the modern letter is the Greek delta (Δ) with one angle rounded. As the sign for “500” in Roman numerals, it is said to be half of CIƆ, which was an early form of M, the sign for “1,000.” 3-D for “three-dimensional” is attested from 1952.