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Despite COVID-19, Philippines registers 3% lower deaths in 2020

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Ben de Vera in this March 8, 2021 article for the Philippine Daily Inquirer looked at the recently published data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) showing that the number of deaths in the country has decreased by 3% in 2020.

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PSA data on deaths shows government either manipulating us or covering up their mistake

The following is a preliminary report on the causes of death in the Philippines for January to December 2020. It was prepared by Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) undersecretary Dennis Mapa. The report was publicized by the PSA on March 16, 2021. In this report, we see the data on the top 20 causes of mortality in the Philippines for the …

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PSA data on deaths shows government either manipulating us or covering up their mistake

Wall Street Journal: Lockdowns made pandemic suffering worse than necessary

Wall Street Journal: Lockdowns made pandemic suffering worse than necessary
The hardships experienced during the pandemic was worsened by lockdown dogmatism. In this article written and published by the Editorial Board of the Wall Street on March 11, 2021, we learn of the brewing discontent within the business industry with regard to the government's coronavirus response. The authors say, "Lockdowns were understandable a year ago...given how little was know about …

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Suicide deaths in Philippines rose by 26% in 2020

The number of deaths due to self harm has increased by 26% during the pandemic year, making suicide the 27th leading cause of death in the Philippines. According to this news report published by ABS CBN News on March 17, 2021, deaths due to suicide reached 3,529 in 2020, up by 721 from 2,808 of the previous year. Psychologist Randy …

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Suicide deaths in Philippines rose by 26% in 2020

DOH: Death of health worker due to COVID-19, not vaccine

DOH: Death of health worker due to COVID-19, not vaccine
In this article for The Philippine Daily Inquirer published March 17, 2021, Cathrine Gonzales reports on the death of a local healthworker following vaccination. In a March 15 joint statement released by the Department of Health (DOH) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), they said, “a death was reported in an individual who had received the COVID-19 vaccine and …

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DOH records 978 adverse effects following vaccination

In this March 12, 2021 article for The Philippine Daily Inquirer, author Cathrine Gonzales reports on the recorded adverse effects of vaccination in the Philippines. Based on statements from Department of Health (DOH) undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire, we learned that 978 adverse effects have been recorded following inoculation. According to Vergeire, the Sinovac vaccine had 897 “non serious” and 20 …

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DOH records 978 adverse effects following vaccination

Washington Post calls antivaxxers domestic terrorists

Washington Post calls antivaxxers domestic terrorists
In a January 2021 article for Off Guardian, Kit Knightly predicted that the "Capitol Hill insurrection was laying the groundwork...to introduce a much-talked-about domestic terrorism law" where the definition of terrorism is so broad, it can curtail any kind of dissent. In the March 8, 2021 article attached below, Knightly reports that at least one mainstream media outlet has proven …

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Episode 1: AstraZeneca safety issues, Statement of Dr. Boosche, pro-vaccine whistleblower

"Episode 1 of Totoo Ba? Is this the truth? addresses the safety issues relating to AstraZeneca experimental COVID vaccines and the recent statement released by Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, a pro-vaccine expert, turned whistleblower. According to Dr. Geert Vanden Boosche, mass vaccinations in the middle of an active epidemic could turn COVID-10, a "relatively harmless virus" to a "bioweapon of …

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Episode 1: AstraZeneca safety issues, Statement of Dr. Boosche, pro-vaccine whistleblower

Philippine Pres. Duterte to open country soon

Philippine Pres. Duterte to open country soon
In a March 11, 2021 statement, President Rodrigo Duterte said that he will need to reopen the economy in a few weeks as Filipinos need to return to work. He said, "We cannot be forever under strict quarantine protocol because people are getting hungry. They have to work, to eat, to survive". He adds that once all urban dwellers have …

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