When will it end?

It likely already has ….

Here are the medical definitions for Epidemic, Pandemic and when an epidemic is declared over:

Epidemic: affects more than the expected number of cases of disease occurring in a community or region during a given period of time.

Pandemic: An epidemic that becomes very widespread and affects a whole region, a continent, or the world due to a susceptible population. By definition, a true pandemic causes a high degree of mortality (death).

The end of an epidemic is declared when there are between 150 and 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. (Source: United Health Professionals)

According to COVID Live, Australia currently has 1,357 active cases. Of those, 128 are hospitalised and 26 of those are in ICU. As at 30 December 2020 Australia’s population was 25,694,393. According to the above measures, the pandemic is well and truly over in Australia – we have 1,357 cases in a population of over 25 million and would need more like 52,000 for this ‘crisis’ to be deemed even an epidemic.

According to the John Hopkins University data and our own government data – Australia has had 4 deaths per 100,000 people; and 126 cases per 100,000 people (working of our 32,017 total cases). We haven’t even reached the bottom threshold for an epidemic.

Current hospitalised COVID cases in Australia and by State/Territory

According to the John Hopkins University CSSE COVID dashboard, globally the number of cases (I’m not sure if this is active cases) is 190,781,839 with total deaths 4,093,331. The global population is about 7.9 billion.

The declaration of the pandemic gave governments certain emergency powers – in Queensland those were meant to end on 30 June 2021 but predictably “more cases” were “uncovered” just in time, which allowed the government to extend those emergency powers. We never see those cases …. they are just declared by the Chief Medical Officers as ‘existing’… somewhere in the State. I saw an interview with one such case in Sydney via Skype – She talked of how all she had left was “this nagging cough”. In the 10 minute interview she didn’t even cough once … even the reporter said “Well you seem surprisingly well.”

I do not deny for one minute that other parts of the world are continuing to suffer, but here in Australia according to every medical measure, it is over. More people are dying daily from heart disease and cancer than they are from this virus.

According to historians, pandemics end medically (when incidence and death rates plummet) and socially (when the fear around the disease wanes).

Given the low rates of incidence and even lower rates of death in Australia, why are people still so afraid? One main reason: government- and media-driven hysteria.

But why?

As I said earlier, the pandemic gave governments across the states and federally certain emergency powers. In Queensland, on 29 January 2020, the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services made an order declaring a Public Health Emergency due to COVID-19 under the Public Health Act 2005 (QLD) – A Public Health Emergency declaration gives the Queensland Chief Medical Officer broad powers including:

  • restricting people’s movement;
  • preventing people from entering certain premises;
  • requiring people to stay at certain premises;
  • requiring certain premises to open, close or limit access;
  • restricting contact between people; and
  • providing any other directions the Queensland Chief Health Officer thinks are necessary to protect public health.

Remember this is a person you have not elected.

In Queensland, emergency powers were meant to end on 30 June 2021 – when miraculously more cases were discovered enabling them to extend the emergency powers to (as at the date of writing) 27 September 2021. This gives power – not to the Prime Minister or your elected representatives, but to the Chief Medical Officer (who you didn’t elect), to make decisions about how you live your life, they advise the government on lockdown, restrictions, movement, and vaccination (as above). Based on this advice the government then makes decisions curtailing freedoms and introducing “emergency legislation” up to and including using the military to vaccinate the population – a population who may be unwilling, and in direct contravention of entrenched human and legal rights. Incentivising people to get vaccinated with free beer, free flights, lotto tickets or loss of employment is unethical and a form of coercion – also illegal.

September is interesting – all around the world deadlines of September are being pushed to have certain sectors of the community vaccinated or to have targets meet. I can’t find anywhere why September is the target date other than World Patient Safety Day – a World Health Organisation global health day which falls on 17 September.

But slowly people are awakening and shaking off their media-driven fear of a virus that will become one, like so many others, we just have to live with. The Washington Examiner noted:

“No matter how good things get, the CDC won’t admit anything is safe as long as the politics dictate it declare everything dangerous.”

Timothy P Carney, Senior Columnist – 13 May 2021

The same could be said for our Chief Medical Officers. Premiers want to be seen to be saviours – how often do we hear from our own “I will not re-open Queensland until I can keep every Queenslander safe”. “This is about keeping Queenslanders safe”. Our PM: “This is about keeping Australians safe.”

Well if they’re saying it we MUST be at some risk – right?

Not according to the above figures.

Putting a senior military person (Lt Gen John Frewen) in charge of the vaccination roll out amplifies the fear and makes average Joe think “Wow it MUST still be so dangerous if the army has to help out!! We must still be at huge risk!”

I think the wrong question is being asked. Why do we need a senior military man to push out a program that should rightly fall within the purview of public servants? Seems a bit ‘strong arm’ doesn’t it?

But… Globally people are waking up. Freedom rallies have taken place across the globe as the world’s citizens rise up to voice their displeasure at governments intent on keeping them in a strangle hold.

What once was fear in the eyes of every citizen has become fear in the eyes of Chief Medical Officers, State Premiers and other politicians who can see an end to this, and thus to their over reaching. Their power is waning. It’s as simple as that.

When will it end? According to medical definitions and the numbers, it has – at least in Australia. The fight against tyranny, however, seems to have just begun…

A final note on the “vaccines”

Dr Peter McCullough chats with Denby Sheather














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