Good News On Omicron! – Dr. John Campbell Videos

Here’s a couple of Dr. John Campbell videos with some good news in them. It looks like Omicron is hitting everyone fast, and not putting very many at all in the hospital and not even very long for them.

Then you get long lasting natural immunity.

Also, it looks like places with hard rules and strict lock-downs are failing while those with fewer mandates and no home imprisonment have vastly fewer cases. One can only hope the Lock-Down Tyrants get the message from “THE Science”…

Then, exposure to other “common cold” corona viruses in the prior 6 months or so gives you some useful degree of cross immunity. Nice.

Pandemic Ending as Omicron Spreads

So: Becoming endemic, and time to let go of the Mandate Tyrant’s “Guidance” and boosters ought not be repeated frequently:

Dr. John Campbell

Many waited until the evidence was self evident before stating a position, better late than never.

Marco Cavaleri, EMA head of biological health threats and vaccines strategy

Boosters, can be done once, or maybe twice, but it’s not something that we can think should be repeated constantly
We need to think about how we can transition from the current pandemic setting to a more endemic setting
With omicron there will be a lot of natural immunity taking place on top of vaccination,

We will be fastly moving to a scenario which is close to endemicity

Fourth dose for all

Data has not yet been generated to support this approach

Repeated vaccinations in a short time frame will not represent a sustainable long term strategy

Endemic Covid, very soon

Omicron, endemic

Consistent and predictable, not boom and bust

Common colds, influenza, HIV, measles, malaria, tuberculosis

A new Covid-era

Prof Julian Hiscox, Chair in Infection and Global Health, University of Liverpool

UK, New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group

We’re almost there, it is now the beginning of the end, at least in the UK

I think life in 2022 will be almost back to before the pandemic

Should a new variant or old variant come along, for most of us, like any other common cold coronavirus, we’ll get the sniffles and a bit of a headache and then we’re OK

If you’re willing to tolerate zero deaths from Covid, then we’re facing a whole raft of restrictions and it’s not game over

in a bad flu season, 200-300 die a day over winter and nobody wears a mask or socially distances,

that’s perhaps a right line to draw in the sand

Dr Elisabetta Groppelli, virologist, St George’s, University of London

I am very optimistic

We’ll soon be in a situation where the virus is circulating, we will take care of people at risk, but for anybody else we accept they will catch it –

and your average person will be fine

We need to accept the fact that our flu season is also going to be a coronavirus season, and that is going to be a challenge for us

However, it is still uncertain how bad winters will be as the people who die from flu and Covid tend to be the same

(You can’t die twice)

Prof Azra Ghani, epidemiologist, Imperial College London

Covid will still be around, but that we no longer need to restrict our lives

It seems like it’s taken a long time, but only a year ago we started vaccinating and we’re already an awful lot freer because of that

A new variant that can outcompete Omicron and be more pathogenic

Prof Eleanor Riley, immunologist, University of Edinburgh

When Omicron has finished and moved through, immunity in the UK will be high, at least for a while

70 year old overweight male who used to smoke for a lot of years

Hi John, I’m going through a period of suffering. Got the infection last Tuesday.

Tested on Wednesday and was positive. It is what you described but the sore throat is terrible, you don’t realise how often you swallow until it’s torture to do so,

been taking my D3 and zinc

and if nothing else my new Granddaughter will get to know her Granddad

Mis en place
When I woke up & feeling like I had a hangover, I immediately took my temperature, sure enough 38.7°c.

Knew I had it, just needed confirmation. Performed a lateral flow test & bang! had a positive result in under 5 minutes.

No really outstanding symptoms. No sore throat, no real headache (just the tightness of the head – hangover), temperature fluctuated hour to hour,

taste bud’s altered – no loss, just altered. Basically a general feeling of being unwell.

This lasted about 30 hrs & has improved greatly over a relatively short period.

It’s now day 4 & feeling pretty good. Taste is still altered & a little phlegm but otherwise doing well & just waiting out the isolation protocol.

International Data Agree – Omicron is a wimp

The world is rapidly heading to Natural Immunity due to Omicron, and with very few hospitalizations.

International data agrees
1,302,386 views Jan 12, 2022

Dr. John Campbell
2.1M subscribers
Omicron is less severe and natural immunity works

Clinical outcomes among patients infected with Omicron (B.1.1.529) SARS-CoV-2 variant in southern California


The Omicron (B.1.1.529) variant of SARS-CoV-2 has rapidly achieved global dissemination,

accounting for most infections in the United States by December 2021.

November 30, 2021 to January 1, 2022, Delta v Omicron

Using S gene target failure (SGTF) (99.7%)

Hospital admission

Lengths of hospital stay

Hospital admissions associated with new-onset respiratory symptoms

Intensive care unit (ICU) admission

Mechanical ventilation


Group 1, omicron

N = 52,297, cases with Omicron variant infections

Hospital admissions, 235 (0.5%)

Mean follow-up, 5.5 days

88 admitted

ITU, 7

Ventilated, 0

Deaths, 1

Length of hospital stay, 3.4 days (70%) less than delta

Group 2, non – omicron (delta)

N = 16,982, cases with Delta variant infections

Hospital admissions, 222 (1.3%)

Mean follow-up, 15.8 days

189 admitted

ITU, 23

Ventilated, 11

Deaths, 14


Omicron variant infection, reduced risk of hospitalization across age and comorbidity categories

Risk of symptomatic hospitalization was markedly reduced among cases who had tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 infection ≥90 days prior

Intrinsically less severe infection

Less severe in vaccinated and unvaccinated

Evidence for a reduction in severe outcomes among vaccinated cases with both Delta and Omicron variant infections in our study suggests substantial public health benefits from continued COVID-19 vaccination.

Dutch data

Common cold protection

Cross-reactive memory T cells associate with protection against SARS-CoV-2 infection in COVID-19 contacts

Cross-reactive immune responses to SARS-CoV-2

52 COVID-19 household contacts

We enumerate the frequency of specific T cells

Spike, nucleocapsid, membrane, envelope and ORF1,

that cross-react with human endemic coronaviruses

Nucleocapsid-specific T cells

Limited protective function of spike-cross-reactive T cells

Our results are thus consistent with,

pre-existing non-spike cross-reactive memory T cells,

protecting SARS-CoV-2-naïve contacts from infection,

thereby supporting the inclusion of non-spike antigens in second-generation vaccines.

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13 Responses to Good News On Omicron! – Dr. John Campbell Videos

  1. philjourdan says:

    The total disregard for science in this whole affair, coupled with the lust for the power that has been grabbed means that Omicron is not the panacea the world was looking for, it is merely another step in the Globalists quest to eradicate all freedoms.

  2. YMMV says:

    Along this line, Dr. Been used California Omicron data and CDC flu data to compare disease burden between the two. He calls it a preliminary analysis, but the conclusion is clear.
    Omicron is much less severe than the flu.

    He himself caught Omicron a few days later. He ran out of IVM and even though he had a prescription for it, the pharmacy refused to fill it. Since then he has been doing daily updates on his symptoms and progress. He had thought he had an allergy.

  3. E.M.Smith says:

    If a pharmacy refused to fill a valid prescription of mine, I think I’d sue them. Practicing Medicine Without A Licence. THEIR job is to deliver the goods and assure interactions are checked, not prescribe nor un-prescribe what my M.D. has decided is best.

  4. H.R. says:

    We think Omicron hit the H.R. household. Something not serious enough to see a Dr., let alone go to a hospital, hit us and was mild enough that we weren’t even interested in testing for whatever it was.

    I had a vague feeling I might be coming down with something. Then 12 hours of mild symptoms; a ‘chalky’ not exactly sore throat, about 3 hours of a headache, a slightly elevated temperature for about 8 hours, felt a bit weak and ‘down’ for about 24 hours.

    For me, it was a total of 48 hours from a vague feeling I might have something to right as rain and out washing and waxing the truck (big truck, big chore) and other assorted to-dos.

    Mrs. H.R. had the same symptoms and progression, but it looks like it will be six days before ‘whatever’ runs its course with her. I did dose her twice with Ivermectin, and I believe that prevented her from developing a nastier case.

    If this was Omicron, then it’s a nothingburger to those with a good immune system, good immune system supplements, and a spritz of sheep dip.

    BTW, we think we got exposed to the ‘whatever bug’ at the same time at an indoor sit-down restaurant. Some surface had the bug, and we weren’t careful about not touching our faces.

    We had been out in the sun, and there was a stiff breeze. We stopped to get a bite to eat. Our eyes were watery and scratchy. I said to myself, “Don’t rub your eyes.” But there was no way around it. Shoulda washed my hands first, but naahhh. (Now, see what happens, H.R.?)

  5. David A says:

    Much of my family in Oregon likely got it. Same or similar symptoms. 1/2 tested positive, the other 1/2 did not get tested. 4 vaccinated, 3not vaccinated, one vaccinated quite sick for over a week. The others, nothing much.

  6. AC Osborn says:

    Yes it is a wimp compared to Delta.
    The latest Israeli study shows a second booster, 4th jab, doees not stop Omicron.
    Oops, that means that you can’t boost your way out of new variants after all.
    They were warned about this before the vaccines were rolled out, you can’t use leaky vaccines during a Pandemic and no one listened because there was way too much cash to be made.

    Jo Nova has a write up on El Salvadore’s use of Ivermectin home kits like India’s.

  7. YMMV says:

    “The latest Israeli study shows a second booster, 4th jab, doees not stop Omicron.”

    Two wrongs do not make a right. Neither do three or four.

  8. E.M.Smith says:


    Yes, but 3 lefts do make a right!

    (I’ll get my coat now… ;-)

    It does look like the vexxines cause some kind of ADE or OAS for the Omicron…

  9. YMMV says:

    Photo of the contents of the Covid Isolation Kit used in India, showing IVM:

    So, without further ado, I am glad to finally be able to provide photographic evidence of what is responsible for the miracle of Uttar Pradesh. I have nothing more to add, other than that an apology is owed (By Mr. Berenson and many others) to the many brave physicians who have persisted, against enormous coordinated media and governmental pressure, to prescribe this agent as a key component of the staged early treatment protocols responsible for saving countless lives across the USA and the world.

  10. E.M.Smith says:


    I like this graph from the article better:

    Looks to me like when the vexxine rollout got a big push, maybe some folks didn’t use the treatment kits until the breakthrough / failure happened, and a bit late. In any case, just treatment seems to work best.

  11. another ian says:

    “There are some interesting revelations in this brand new interview with Israel’s vaccine chief, Professor Cyrille Cohen, including around 9 minutes in:”


  12. Roy Emblen says:

    DR John Campbell is factual and totally understandable in his reasoning of facts! Really comprehensible.

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