In the series, we will look at the tremendously harmful impacts of COVID-19 on humanity and the potential severe side effects of COVID vaccines. Today, in Part 1 of 4, we are going to talk about how this coronavirus is gaining ground to cause extensive infections worldwide. When the pandemic had just begun, scientists and public health experts made predictions about COVID-19 based on their prior experiences with other viruses, hoping that the majority of people would eventually develop immunity to stop the pathogen from spreading. Unfortunately, scientists have learned over the past two years that these assumptions are out of the equation for stopping the transmission of COVID-19.Although the strategy to conduct a widespread vaccination of the public has worked for certain viruses, such as smallpox and polio, it does not appear to be an effective approach to the pathogen that causes COVID. Because of the short-lived immunity, vaccinated people can still pass on the virus to others, especially when facing rapidly mutating new variants.Regarding the findings of a 2022 COVID study he contributed to, British immunologist Professor Danny Altmann stated, “Most people – even when triple-vaccinated – had 20 times less neutralizing antibody response against Omicron than against the initial ‘Wuhan’ strain. Importantly, Omicron infection was a poor booster of immunity to further Omicron infections.”In a July 2022 interview with Fox News Channel, Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator under President Donald Trump, stated of the COVID vaccines, “I knew these vaccines were not going to protect against infection, and I think we overplayed the vaccines.”The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 75% of newly-emerged infectious diseases are zoonotic, meaning that pathogens have jumped from animal-persons to humans. Zoonotic diseases account for 60% of all infectious diseases in humans. Animal-people factories as well as increasing population densities, international travel and deforestation further aggravate the rise of zoonotic diseases. However, the situation can be quickly turned around if individuals adopt the noble and peaceful vegan way of life.