Ted Cruz Shares Why The WHO Didn’t Use THIS Greek Letter For The New C-19 Mutation!

I think what he says makes sense.

I think what he says makes sense.

Governments worldwide started panicking about the new variant that had emerged in South Africa. Many governments, including ours, banned traveling to South Africa. That will stop the transmission of the Omicron variant across the USA.

Financial markets were affected by the news. While the public braces for another series of useless restrictions, it seems that the WHO is thinking about Greek letters and if they will be used when announcing the new C-19 mutation.

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They have used many Green letters to label the C-19 variants in the past, so the next two letters would have been ‘’Nu’’ and ‘’Xi’’. But, WHO had decided to skip both letters.


Still, nothing has been confirmed, but the politicians and users online shared several suggestions about why the WHO skipped these letters.

‘’Nu’’ represents an obvious one because the people could believe this strain was NEW. Maybe ‘’nu’’ is an easy one, but ‘’Xi’’ was passed on because of the Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

Investigations tell that C-19 comes from the Wuhan Lab in China; it is perfectly clear why the WHO doesn’t want to add more fuel to prove that the Chinese government was behind the virus.

Ted Curs shared everything. He tweeted: “If the WHO is this scared of the Chinese Communist Party, how can they be trusted to call them out next time they’re trying to cover up a catastrophic global pandemic?”

There were many comments, but one grasped my attention:

“No, sorry, we’re not calling the new COVID strain ‘nu variant,’ are we? I refuse to have my Christmas canceled by something that shares an epithet with a playlist featuring Limp Bizkit.”

UN public health agency spokeswoman Dr. Margaret Harris said: “[For] Nu the reasoning was people would get confused thinking it was the new variant, rather than a name. And XI because it’s a common surname and we have agreed [to] naming rules that avoid using place names, people’s names, animal, etc. to avoid stigma.”

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