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Pandemic has ‘become more intense in the last three or four months’ – Baker

Professor Michael Baker is back, and he’s got another warning for New Zealanders.

CoronavirusPlushie publishes a new video on NZ’s favourite epidemiologist’s latest media appearance, as he warns the ‘virus’ has become ‘more intense in the last three or four months.’

Speaking to state-subsidised media outlet Newshub, Baker said we could experience ‘two major waves’ of COVID each year. Now in the so-called ‘fifth wave’, Baker said no one expected the pandemic to last four years, but make sure your boosters are up-to-date for the best ‘protection’.

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  1. Michael Baker. A sentient mass of walking, talking lipid-nanoparticles that thinks it’s still human.

    Someone pour some Ivermectin over him so he can dissolve like the guy who framed Roger Rabbit.

  2. This guys Uni got $26M funding so we’ll continue to see the academic with ZERO world experience recommend doing the same things over and over again.
    It would be nice if he is held accountable at some point down the track

  3. Dr Mengele Baker who is on record that he wants the “pandemic” serve the WEF’s Great Reset should be put on trial for Crimes against Humanity.

  4. The immune system has been so downgraded I’m not sure anything can help them.
    Pray a more serious variant doesn’t blow through (disease X?).
    Hundreds of millions of immune compromised could perish.

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