Jones explained how the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was only the dress rehearsal or a test phase for what the globalists have already planned.
"They wanted to test the censorship, test the surveillance and bring in the control grid. This was just a dress rehearsal and it's still a dangerous virus and the shot's 10 times worse," he said during an episode of "The Alex Jones Show."
"They are not gonna give up, although they lost their censorship battle. I'm a little bit on the edge of my seat here, because New World Order is coming down on us right now."
According to an article on the website of Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), Ebola has so far only affected African countries and occasional cases outside of the continent have been rapidly contained. But the virus could mutate to spread more easily between people, making it more of a pandemic threat.
The article has been published on the organization's site since March 2021.
The virus spreads through direct contact with blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected individuals, and with surfaces and materials contaminated with these fluids. But experts on infectious diseases worry that this deadly virus could mutate and be transmitted just by a cough or a sneeze.
"It's the single greatest concern I've ever had in my 40-year public health career," said Dr. Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota. "I can't imagine anything in my career – and this includes HIV – that would be more devastating to the world than a respiratory transmissible Ebola virus."
A CNN article back in October 2014 reported that World Health Organization (WHO) scientists were unaware of any virus that has dramatically changed its mode of transmission.
Osterholm said the chances are relatively small that the virus will make that jump. But he warned that as the virus spreads, the likelihood increases.
Every time a new person gets Ebola, the virus gets another chance to mutate and develop new capabilities. Osterholm calls it "genetic roulette."
On Wednesday, January 11, the Ugandan government declared the end of its Ebola outbreak, less than four months after cases were first reported. According to the Guardian, the east African country reported no new infections in more than 42 days, which is twice the maximum incubation period of the virus.
"Uganda put a swift end to the Ebola outbreak by ramping up key control measures such as surveillance, contact tracing and infection, prevention and control," Health Minister Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng Ocero said on Wednesday. "The magic bullet has been our communities who understood the importance of doing what was needed to end the outbreak, and took action."
Fifty-six people died from the virus during the latest outbreak, and there have been 142 confirmed infections since September 20, 2022. (Related: Uganda reports 14 new cases of UNTREATABLE Ebola strain infection.)
Ebola is not new in Uganda, with one outbreak in 2000 killing over 200 people. The 2014 to 2016 outbreak in West Africa killed over 11,000, which is the disease's largest death toll. Other African nations have also had Ebola outbreaks with more regularity compared to Western nations.
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