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Pro-vaccine immunologist: “I would probably prefer to have natural immunity”

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The following article is a transcript of a presentation by Dr. Bryam Bridle to the Covid Plan B, a group from New Zealand which opposes the lockdowns imposed on the country, and calls for a balanced response to the health crisis. Dr. Bridle is an associate professor and viral immunologist in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph. He develops immunization strategies to prevent infectious diseases and treat cancers. Currently, he is developing a COVID vaccine, but says that his project will not be able to go to human trials for one to two years. Unlike other vaccine researchers, Dr. Bridle says that he has not received funding from industry sources, only from to federal funding agencies.

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Philippine economy lost PHP 180 billion during NCR ECQ

In this April 16, 2021 article for the Philippine Star, Louella Desiderio reports on new estimates from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) regarding the economic impact of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in the National Capital Region (NCR). According to Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez, the Philippines lost PHP 180 billion when imposed the two-week ECQ in NCR last …

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Philippine economy lost PHP 180 billion during NCR ECQ

Supreme Court says California cannot restrict religious household gatherings

Supreme Court says California cannot restrict religious household gatherings
In this April 11, 2021 article for CBS News, Tori Powell reports on the growing dissent among California churches which have been affected by the sweeping coronavirus restrictions placed by the state on places of worship. California churches are now celebrating their latest victory handed down by the US Supreme Court which stated that California cannot impose restrictions on religious …

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Study: Herpes infection possibly linked to COVID vaccine

In this April 20, 2021 article for New York Post, Jackie Salo reports on the results of a new study conducted in Israel. The study, published in the Rheumatology Journal, found that herpes infections may be a possible side effect of the COVID vaccine. The study found six vaccine recipients who developed a skin rash known as herpes zoster or …

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Study: Herpes infection possibly linked to COVID vaccine

Dr. Harvey Risch: 60% of new COVID patients have received vaccines

Dr. Harvey Risch: 60% of new COVID patients have received vaccines
The following article written by Dorothy Cummings McLean and published by Life Site News on April 21, 2021 reports on a recent interview given by Dr. Harvey Risch to Steve Bannon's War Room. In the interview, Risch says that public health infrastructures are more interested in whether a vaccine prevents the spread of an infection, and not on whether it …

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COVID ‘vaccine failure’ more likely if you have a weakened immune system

Why do breakthrough infections happen? In this April 20, 2021 article for Miami Herald, writer Katie Camero attempts to explain. In the article, Camero cites Dr. Ghady Haidar, an infectious diseases physician specializing in immunosuppressed populations at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, who says that immunocompromised people are more likely to get infected with SARS-CoV-2 after vaccination. In a …

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COVID ‘vaccine failure’ more likely if you have a weakened immune system

Pro-vaccine internal medicine doctor explains why he won’t take the COVID vaccine

Pro-vaccine internal medicine doctor explains why he won’t take the COVID vaccine
In this March 31, 2021 video, Dr. Suneel Dhand, raises an important question: should he get the COVID vaccine even when he already has antibodies against SARS-CoV-2? Dr. Dhand says that he believes in routine vaccinations and that some members of his family have already received the COVID vaccines. He, however, is on the fence regarding receiving the inoculation himself …

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