By Dr Eddie Betterman
The Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has now spread across six continents and caused over 4.9 million deaths. Almost every country has been affected by the disease, and the virus continues to plague many.
Many countries have reintroduced lockdown rules to slow the spread of the virus over the winter months, while travel restrictions followed the discovery of new variants, especially those first identified in the U.K. and South Africa.
Since the beginning of the health crisis, governments around the world have claimed that vaccination can help communities achieve herd immunity and return to a normal life. Some countries like the United States have also curtailed freedoms to move, socialize and engage in leisure activities in hopes of ending the pandemic. But these strategies have ultimately failed.
Vaccines don’t protect people from COVID-19
Gibraltar, a territory with a population of around 34,000, began vaccination in December 2020 with…
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