Columbia University Study Shows Omicron Variant is ‘Markedly Resistant’ to Vaccines and Boosters

A new study conducted by researchers at Columbia University has shown that the omicron variant of COVID-19 is “markedly resistant” to vaccines and booster shots.

“A striking feature of this variant is the large number of spike mutations that pose a threat to the efficacy of current COVID-19 vaccines and antibody therapies,” the study states.

“Even serum from persons vaccinated and boosted with mRNA-based vaccines exhibited substantially diminished neutralizing activity against (omicron),” it continues.

20 scientists at Columbia University and Hong Kong University combined their efforts to produce this study. Additionally, they believe that antibodies from previous cases of COVID-19 and other variants may not be sufficient in warding off omicron.

“It is not too far-fetched to think that this [COVID-19] is now only a mutation or two away from being pan-resistant to current antibodies,” the researchers stated.

Big League Politics has reported on the complete and utter failure of the vaccine regime as COVID-19 cases spike in the countries with the most vaccine compliance:

Ireland is reimplementing lockdowns after a COVID-19 case spike, with new stay-at-home orders for certain workers, a shuttering of pubs and restaurants, and an expansion of vaccine passports. 

The Irish government is claiming that the lockdowns would be far worse without the vaccine regime to justify its failure in stopping the spread of the virus.

“This is the fourth surge of infections that we have experienced as a country. But this time it is different. It is different because of the extraordinary success of a national vaccination programme. “Without it, there is no doubt that we would now be in a full-scale lockdown,” Taoiseach Micheál Martin said.

Irish minister Heather Humphreys, Minister for Rural and Community Development and Minister for Social Protection, admitted that these restrictions needed to be put in place despite the high vaccination rates but then used its failure as an excuse to push even more vaccines. 

“Our sole priority is to ensure that our health service does not become overwhelmed. As a society, we need to look out for each other. 93 percent of the adult population are fully vaccinated,” she said, estimating that “roughly around half” of the 600 people hospitalized for COVID-19 are not fully vaccinated.

“The evidence is absolutely clear and tonight I would join with all of our healthcare professionals in urging people who have not yet received the vaccine to please take it up,” she added.

Of course, this news will be used as an impetus to develop even more vaccines that are ineffective and funnel more cash into Big Pharma’s coffers as the panic-driven technocracy rolls on.

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