The epidemic of thatchles, the disease which has affected generations of teenagers since 1979 may continue with no end in sight, political scientists say. The virus was thought to be rendered safe in 1990, when experts identified its harmfulness and isolated it, and many thought its effects would then cease. Now though, despite today’s destruction of the original bacterium using temperatures in excess of 600 degrees C, it’s understood the legacy of the disease may last forever.
It’s well known that vaccines work by imitating the virus itself, convincing the body that it is immune. A Dr Blair claimed success in this field in 1997, but instead of combatting the original thatchles virus he seemed to re-introduce elements of it.
Now, despite national efforts to immunise the whole nation against further outbreaks of the disease, which caused deaths worldwide, it seems it may be attempting to mutate, reintroducing itself in a virtually unchanged form, threatening schools and hospitals. People suffering from joblessness, homelessness and other symptoms of the disease are advised to buy shares in their nearest newly privatised GP consortium.