Bill Gates thinks about the omicron variant, if there are chips in the vaccines and other big questions of the coronavirus

Like other personalities, Bill Gates also uses his Twitter account to talk about various topics, lately about the pandemic.

During the last hours Bill Gates has been especially active on his Twitter account and has shared some opinions about the coronavirus pandemic and the state in which we find the omicron variant.

Although his comments are sometimes debatable, the truth is that there are many who trust his predictions and yesterday he had an exchange of messages with Devi Sridhar, director of Global Health Governance and professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. This started with one of the big questions: When will the pandemic end?

Regarding this issue, Gates was quite cautious, something understandable given how most countries are, although compared it to a seasonal flu.

Once omicron passes through a country, the rest of the year there should be far fewer cases for COVID can be treated more like seasonal flu“, he affirms, an opinion shared by more and more experts every day.

In addition, it also points out an aspect that we are already seeing: “Most severe cases will be unvaccinated people“.

Regarding the idea that there is an even more contagious variant than omicron, Gates believes that “There is likely to be a more contagious variant“, although he also admits that the coronavirus”we were very surprised during this pandemic”And we are likely to get vaccinated every year for now.

When asked about the origins of Covid-19, a topic much debated still today, rules out that it is a virus created by the human being and states thatThe data is pretty strong that they come from another species, which is true for most pandemics.“.

Finally, on the theory that vaccines have chips, something that is usually associated with him, acknowledge your surprise and he comments that he did not expect this type of approach: “…things like me putting chips in the arms don’t make sense to me, Why would I want to do that?“.

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