by Steve Watson

December 14th 2020, 4:54 am

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Billionaire vaccine pusher Bill Gates wants local businesses and services to remain closed, with lockdowns, masks and social distancing continuing throughout all of next year and into 2022.

Gates made the declaration in an interview with CNN Sunday.

Gates proclaimed that “Unless we help other countries get rid of this disease” and until there are “high vaccination rates” among Americans, the “risk of reintroduction” will remain.

Gates declared that “Big public gatherings” should remain banned, with the majority of most bars, clubs, and restaurants being “sadly” closed.

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Gates said that there can only be a return to ‘normal’ after another 12 to 18 months, and only “if we manage it well.”

Gates also used the opportunity to take a swipe at President Trump, saying that his unwillingness to concede the election is somehow “complicating” the distribution of vaccines.

“The transition is complicating [things,] but the new administration is willing to rely on actual experts and not attack those experts,” Gates said, without explaining what ‘experts’ Trump is attacking or how the vaccine that the President helped to fast track, and is now ready to roll out, is being held back.

Gates previously declared that the world won’t return to normal until “a lot of people” take a second “super-effective” coronavirus vaccine that could be years away.

In October, Gates forcast that a “best case scenario” for a return to normal would be the end of 2021, a date that was qualified with the proviso, “We still don’t know whether these vaccines will succeed.”

The billionaire has also suggested that governments need to ‘brainstorm’ ways of “reducing vaccine hesitancy,” in the face of anti-vaccine “conspiracy theories”.

In November, Gates met with the CEOs of ten of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies to foment plans to roll out the coronavirus vaccine globally.