Covid-22: The expert's forecast from Switzerland is stirring the networks

Statement by Prof. Sai Reddy, an expert in synthetic immunology from the Technical University (ETH) in Zurich, Switzerland, who was interviewed last weekend by the Swiss mass daily “Blick”, according to which A new and more threatening version of the corona virus is expected next year – which he called Covid22 and “Super Corona”, became “viral” in a few minutes and circulated on social networks in many languages.

Experts in various countries who were asked to comment To Prof. Reddy’s prediction of combining all existing strains of the virus with a new and dangerous virus, they tried to reassure and said: “The likelihood of such a super-version is unreasonable.” It is unclear whether these sedative efforts will help in the face of vaccine refusers and Pike News distributors. “Prof. Ready,” the experts explained in their response, “used a not-so-successful phrase and used inattention in a problematic term.”

“No longer in the original Covid-19 but in the next stage of the epidemic with the dangerous potential for the spread of beta or gamma versions that will become more contagious, as well as the delta that may develop mutations.” Then remarked: “Covid-21 will be the big problem for the coming year. Covid-22 may even exacerbate what we are witnessing now.”

Compared to this horror forecast, many other experts actually estimate ” The requested “because 2022 is expected to be the year the epidemic ends, similar to what happened in 1918 with the Spanish flu epidemic that actually lasted about three years. “Three years is enough time for humans to build immunity through a combination of the vaccine they receive along with natural exposure and recovery from infections.”

Among the respondents to his forecast was yesterday (Sunday) Prof. Gili Regev-Yohai from Sheba, who told Channel 12: “We are not there yet.” From the currently known versions and this will be able to escape or evade the protection offered by the vaccines that have been developed so far and given to humans around the world.

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