Russia follows WHO’s lead and ramps up fear of the Arcturus variant
Dr. Robert Gorter, MD, PhD.
(with thanks to The Expose)
The Russian government is dialing up the “Virus Fear” in perfect synchronization with the World Health Organization’s (“WHO’s”) decision to “upgrade” Arcturus to a “variant of interest.”
Fellow BRICS member India is currently experiencing an “intense” outbreak of this variant, and Russia should expect its own Arcturus surge by the end of May, the Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the Russian Federation, Anna Popova, said.
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Russia is bracing for a wave of highly infectious Arcturus, the newest and trendiest “covid subvariant,” Rospotrebnadzor chief Anna Popova,
Fellow BRICS member India is currently experiencing an “intense” outbreak of this computer model, and Russia – which has already registered four confirmed cases! – should expect its own Arcturus surge by the end of May 2023, Popova predicted.
A sharp uptick in hospitalizations is not anticipated, but just in case, Russia’s healthcare system is ready for “additional stress and overload,” she reassured the public.
Do ordinary Russians care at all about the Dreaded Virus? No. But the Russian government is dialing up the Virus Fear anyway – in perfect synchronization with the WHO’s decision to “upgrade” Arcturus to a “variant of interest.”
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As expected, Russian state media has scrambled its Scam-jets.
Vesti reported that specialists at the Gamaleya Centre are already “conducting research to assess the biological risks of the spread of the new subvariant.”
The outlet also created a helpful Arcturus FAQ:
You can reduce the risk of Arcturus by using protective masks in crowded places, washing your hands often and thoroughly, and when this is not possible, treating them with an antiseptic.
RIA Novosti warned its readers that Arcturus has “a completely new symptom that was not previously characteristic of covid-19 – conjunctivitis, or ‘pink eye’, accompanied by itching.”
Parliamentskaya Gazeta, the official newspaper of Russia’s Federal Assembly, interviewed a top virologist about this terrifying development.
According to this esteemed medical professional:
“[Arcturus] spreads from person-to-person 20 percent faster than the previous Kraken strain, which is a significant rate. Therefore, it is obvious that another wave of covid is coming. […]”
“If Arcturus is able to link up with the Wuhan or Delta variant that is still circulating in the population, this could lead to dire consequences. […]”
Even more terrible events will develop if Arcturus is joined by the SARS coronavirus (SARS) of 2002, which has a 15 percent mortality rate, or the MERS virus, which circulated in 2014-2015 with a huge mortality rate of 40 percent… [T]he hybrid of Arcturus and these unpleasant strains is very scary if it suddenly happens.
Russian state media
How can Russians protect themselves from the “Arcturus-SARS-MERS murder plague”?
The likelihood of Russia leaving the WHO – or even just politely declining to follow Collective West, Bill Gates-funded “health recommendations” – is rapidly approaching 0%.
Dr. Robert Gorter:
In 1961, a virus was obtained from a schoolboy in Epsom, England, who was suffering from the common cold. The sample designated B814 was confirmed as a novel virus in 1965. New common cold viruses (assigned 229E) collected from medical students at the University of Chicago were also reported in 1966. Structural analyses of IBV, MHV, B814, and 229E using transmission electron microscopy revealed that they all belong to the same group of viruses. Making a crucial comparison in 1967, June Almeida and David Tyrrell invented the collective name coronavirus, as all those viruses were characterized by solar corona-like projections (called spikes) on their surfaces.
Other coronaviruses have been discovered in pigs, dogs, cats, rodents, cows, horses, camels, Beluga whales, birds, and bats. As of 2022, 52 species are described. Bats are found to be the richest source of different species of coronaviruses. All coronaviruses originated from a common ancestor about 293 million years ago. Zoonotic species such as Severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus (SARS-CoV), Middle East respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus (MERS-CoV), and severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), a variant of SARS-CoV, emerged during the past two decades and caused the first pandemics of the 21st century.
But: one must also take into account that since 1966, more than 8,000 mutations have been documented. The Coronavirus belongs to the family of RNA viruses and is prone easily to mutations.