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America’s Frontline Doctors holds second White Coat Summit

The following article from The Published Reporter covers the second White Coat Summit by America’s Frontline Doctors. The summit was held last October 16-17, 2020 on the steps of the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C. For this summit, the doctors focused the discussion on masks, lockdowns, and early treatment. Dr. Simone […]

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Is it really that deadly? Lessons learned

Study: 80% of people with coronavirus in UK have no symptoms

In this article published by the CNBC last October 8, 2020, reports on the results of the study conducted by the University College London (UCL). According to the research, 86.1% of those who tested positive for the virus did not report “core symptoms” associated with COVID-19. The researchers concluded: “COVID-19 symptoms are poor markers of […]

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COVID-19 back to basics with Nicanor Perlas

The following is an almost 2-hour long video of the talk given by Nicanor Perlas last Tuesday, October 20, 2020 via Signal, disseminated via Zoom and Facebook. In the talk, Nicanor speaks about vaccine, herd immunity, and the role of civil society in asserting our freedom. He stresses the need for us to hear the […]

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Censorship

Twitter removes anti-mask tweet by Scott Atlas

Dr. Scott Atlas tweeted the following: “Masks work? NO: LA, Miami, Hawaii, Alabama, France, Phlippnes, UK, Spain, Israel.” He adds: “WHO:’widesprd use not supported’ + many harms; Heneghan/Oxf CEBM:’ despite decades, considerble uncertainty re value’; CDC rvw May: ‘no sig red’n in inflnz transm’n’; learn why.” “That means the right policy is @realDonaldTrump guideline: use […]

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Vaccine

Bill Gates: Life will only return to normal after a second generation of COVID-19 vaccines and SARS-CoV-2 eliminated globally

The following article reports on an interview given by Bill Gates to the NBC’s Meet the Press Program. The interview quoted Gates saying, “The only way we’ll get completely back to normal is by having, maybe not the first generation of vaccines, but eventually a vaccine that is super-effective, and that a lot of people […]

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Vaccine

Johnson & Johnson halts coronavirus vaccine clinical trial after “adverse event” participant

Clinical trials for Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine was put on hold after a participant reported an “adverse event”. According to J&J Chief Financial Officer Joseph Wolk, they are only following safety protocol, and reiterates that such pauses in trials are “not uncommon”. The company has not yet released detailed information about the participant’s illness. […]

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Vaccine

Eli Lilly drug trials paused due to “potential safety concern”

A day after Johnson & Johnson announced the pause of clinical trials for its coronavirus vaccine drugmaker Eli Lilly also halted its late-stage trials due to a “potential safety concern” [read about it here Johnson & Johnson halts coronavirus vaccine clinical trial after “adverse event” participant]. Eli Lilly was designed to test the benefits of […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Economic

Philippines’ economic team: No more lockdowns

Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III said on Monday, October 12, 2020 said that the Philippines cannot revert to stringent lockdowns if it wants to save jobs and lift people out of poverty post-pandemic. Editor’s Note: While we welcome statements like this from our government officials, we must be clear that the lifting of lockdowns is […]

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Vaccine

Volunteer for AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial dies in Brazil

Report of the death of one volunteer in the clinical trial of the COVID-19 vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University has racked the internet world today, October 23, 2020. CNN Brasil has reported that the volunteer was a 28-year old man who lived in Rio de Janeiro and died from COVID-19 complications. No […]

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Is a lockdown necessary?

WHO no longer supports lockdowns

In an interview with The Spectator last October 9, 2020, Dr. David Nabarro, World Health Organization (WHO) special envoy on COVID-19 said: “We in the World Health Organization do not advocate lockdowns as the primary means of control of this virus…The only time we believe a lockdown is justified is to buy you time to […]