In an August 25, 2021 article published by the Manila Standard, Willie Casas, and Rey Requejo report, COVID cases in the Philippines continue to rise despite lockdowns and quarantine protocols.

However, Department of Health (DOH) spokesperson Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said that the lockdown may result in dropping cases that will be seen within two to three weeks.

Editor’s Note: The DOH, as echoed by the mainstream media, is adamantly reporting the increasing COVID-19 cases, based only on projections. This is problematic, as projections are not the complete picture and must not be used for decision-making. Those who decide for the country’s “pandemic” response must also look at the actual data because there is a wealth of information derived from there. Here are a few examples:

Suppose if only the governments had learned lessons from the previous pandemic responses instead of mathematical models; in that case, we could have avoided this catastrophe. [See COVID-19 models that triggered lockdowns ignored huge historical data on managing viral pandemics] All the measures the governments’ implement are smoke and mirror, which has no other aim but to defy people to push their purported agenda. With the use of scare propaganda through statistics and inflated numbers of positive cases, the only way these orchestrators will succeed is when people continue to live in constant fear and get addicted to it. [See Trusted News Initiative or Corrupted News Initiative? Mission: Systematic censorship of the world’s top public health experts; We are living in a manufactured nightmare; Another media insider reveals how network uses corrupt practices to promote COVID vaccines and fake news; Fear appeal: The science of using fear to manipulate people into submission; CNN technical director admits network used fear in COVID coverage to drive ratings up; Scientists admit: Use of fear to control behavior during the COVID crisis was totalitarian]

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