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Million-strong march for freedom in London ignored by mainstream media

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This April 26, 2021 article by The Daily Expose slams BBC, SkyNews, and other mainstream media outlets for not covering the March for Freedom in London last April 24, 2021. According to the article, some tweets on the day of the event said that there were only “a few thousand” people who attended the rally. But a short clip from the event shows this to be false.

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UK Christian leaders write open letter resisting vaccine passports

The following open letter was written by Rev. Dr. Janie Franklin and was signed by 1,260 Christian leaders from different denominations. In it, they state their opposition to vaccine passports, and offers three points on why they are unnecessary. Here are the three points they raised: If vaccines are highly effective in preventing significant disease...then those who have been vaccinated …

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UK Christian leaders write open letter resisting vaccine passports

Top UK scientists demand: End face masks and social distancing by June

Top UK scientists demand: End face masks and social distancing by June
The following article was written by Lucy Johnston and was published by The Daily Express on April 25, 2021. Johnston reports on an open letter released by top UK scientists say demanding that the government “lift all restrictions in June, on the final date in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown”. The scientists also say that vaccine passports, …

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More people died in states which locked down than those which did not

The following article was written by Will Jones and published by Lockdown Sceptics on April 18, 2021. In it, Jones plots the COVID deaths in US states from the beginning of the “pandemic” in March 2020 to April 16, 2021. Through his calculation, Jones shows that states which locked down in winter of 2020 had more deaths than those that …

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More people died in states which locked down than those which did not

We must start planning for a permanent pandemic

We must start planning for a permanent pandemic
In this March 24, 2021 article for Bloomberg, Andreas Kluth explains why we may never be able to go back to normal. Kluth goes on to explain how vaccines are our only hope to achieve herd immunity, and why, despite the capacity of mRNA technology to make rapid changes to the vaccines, we will never be able to catch up …

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Sweden registered lower mortality in 2020 than most of Europe

The following article was written by Jon Miltimore and published by the Foundation for Economic Education last March 26, 2021. In this article, Miltimore expounds on Sweden’s success at controlling the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic without imposing hard lockdowns. New data from Sweden is showing that though the country had 7.7% excess deaths, this was even lower than Spain and Belgium, which …

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Sweden registered lower mortality in 2020 than most of Europe

Yale dean upholds academic freedom despite widespread criticism against Dr. Harvey Risch

Yale dean upholds academic freedom despite widespread criticism against Dr. Harvey Risch
The following is a July 29, 2020 statement released by Sten H. Vermund, Dean of the Yale School of Public Health following the outcry against Dr. Harvey Risch’s campaign for hydroxychloroquine. In this statement, Vermund upholds the right of clinicians and academics to offer alternative narratives concerning the treatment of COVID-19. He says, “The tradition of academics is that faculty …

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Why PCR testing should not be used for public policy making

The following is a document, last updated on February 3, 2021, was prepared by the Stand for Health Freedom (SHF), a grassroots campaign which enables ordinary citizens to inject with their lawmakers through various platforms. The team behind SHF is composed of lawyers, educators, and doctors. In this 2-page document, SHF summarizes the scientific evidences pointing to the numerous issues …

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Why PCR testing should not be used for public policy making

More evidence showing that outdoor transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and other respiratory viruses nearly non-existent

More evidence showing that outdoor transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and other respiratory viruses nearly non-existent
The following is an article published by The Journal of Infectious Diseases last February 2021. Using a systematic review of various researches published until August 12, 2021 in PubMed, EMBASE, Web of Science, and preprints in Europe PMC, the researchers found that there is a low proportion of reported SARS-CoV-2 infections which occurred outdoors. The odds of indoor transmission was …

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Oxford researchers are planning a COVID-19 reinfection human challenge trial

The following article was written by Robby Bergman and was published by Medical News Today on April 22, 2021. In this article, Bergman reports on the new trial being launched by the University of Oxford which hopes to understand how reinfection works. The human challenge trial will investigate how the human immune system responds to a second SARS-CoV-2 infection . …

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Oxford researchers are planning a COVID-19 reinfection human challenge trial

Locked down states are where COVID is growing most

Locked down states are where COVID is growing most
When Texas governor Greg Abbott announced that he would lift all coronavirus restrictions in the state, he received the predictable backlash. California governor Gavin Newsom declared the move “absolutely reckless” while Pres. Joe Biden called it “Neanderthal thinking”. Meanwhile, Vanity Fair published an article with the title “Republican Governors Celebrate COVID Anniversary with Bold Plan to Kill Another 500,000 Americans”. …

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New study shows that UK variant has increased transmissibility, but not greater severity

The following article was written by Lori Uildriks and published on April 22, 2021 by Medical News Today summarizes the results of two studies which explores the differences between the original SARS-CoV-2 strain from the B.1.1.7 variant, more commonly known as the UK variant. On the of the studies came from The Lancet Infectious Diseases which involved 341 patients admitted …

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New study shows that UK variant has increased transmissibility, but not greater severity