Jeremy R. Hammond
First, the return of common viral infections with a vengeance was a predicted outcome of the lockdown measures implemented in early 2020.
Second, “viral interference” refers to the observation that viruses can actually compete with each other, so that infection with one virus can affect the ability of other viruses to infect and replicate in host cells. The predominance of SARS‑CoV‑2 infections during the pandemic appears to have resulted in a suppression of infection with other viruses.
Third, there is another immunological phenomenon that is not being acknowledged in the mainstream discourse, which is what is described in the literature as “non-specific effects” of vaccines, which refers to beneficial or detrimental unintended consequences that are distinct from the types of adverse effects that are anticipated to occur and are temporally associated with vaccination.