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Vaccine

Emergency approvals before end of clinical trials end could complicate efforts to study long-term effects of vaccine

With the proclamation of the success of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines come the flurry of developers seeking emergency use approvals. In this article written by David Cyranoski for Nature, he discusses some of the concerns voiced out by various scientists: once the vaccines are approved for emergency use, they may compromise the ongoing trials […]

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The significance of host resistance

Kids develop coronavirus antibodies without testing positive

The following article published by Science Alert reports on the curious case of the Sawenko family, where parents got sick of COVID-19 while their children did not. The two boys, aged 9 and 7, had mild symptoms but their PCR tests were negative. Meanwhile, the 5-year old daughter, who co-slept with her parents showed no […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Global

It’s time for an alternative to lockdown

The following article was written by Dr. Jay Bhattacharya for The Spectator. He says, “We should, in moments of crisis, be open to ideas about how best to handle it”. He says these words in the wake of various criticisms against The Great Barrington Declaration which he co-authors. He says that the proposal of the […]

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Censorship

BMJ Editor: Science is being suppressed for political and financial gain

In this article for the British Medical Journal (now known as BMJ), executive editor Kamran Abbasi reveals that politicians and governments are suppressing science through by “delaying publication, cherry picking favourable research, or gagging scientists”. This, he says is “state corruption on a grand scale, and it is harmful to public health”. Abbasi cites some […]

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Human

Japan is experiencing a mental health epidemic

Japan has done well in keeping its COVID death toll below 2,000 nationwide, but deaths by suicide has continued to increase. A report published by CBS News shows that at the end of October, deaths by suicide has reached 2,153. 600 self-inflicted deaths were recorded in October alone, with female suicides accounting for 80% of […]

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Blog

Ending the COVID-19 “Scamdemic”

Billions believe that we are in the middle of a COVID-19 “pandemic”. Seven highly significant scientific and legal developments demonstrate that, in reality, this health emergency was a manufactured “pandemic”; a scam, a global “scamdemic”. Fear-Inducing Mainstream Narrative of COVID-19 Here is the mainstream global COVID-19 pandemic narrative. COVID-19 is very infectious. The tests are […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Global

How Finland and Norway proved Sweden’s COVID approach works

In this article for the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), Jonathan Miltimore reveals to us that Sweden is not the only country in the world that has imposed a laissez faire approach to COVID-19. Using the Stringency Index developed by Our World In Data, Miltimore shows us that Norway and Finland, neighbors of Sweden which […]

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Global

Portugese court rules PCR tests as unreliable and unlawful to quarantine people

The Lisbon Court of Appeals has ruled for the release of four people who were isolated in accordance to the COVID-19 protocols in the country. The court says, “Given how much scientific doubt exists — as voiced by experts, i.e., those who matter — about the reliability of the PCR tests, given the lack of […]

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Is it really that deadly?

Doctor: This is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public

The following is a transcript of a now-deleted video of a private meeting between Dr. Roger Hodkinson and several government officials in Alberta, Canada. Dr. Hodkinson provides a brief overview of his background which includes a medical specialization in pathology. At present, he is the chairman of a biotechnology company in North Carolina which sells […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Lessons learned

New study: Stringency of measures to fight pandemic, lockdowns, no effect on death rate

The following is an original article published by the Frontiers in Public Health last November 19, 2020. It was written by Quentin De Larochelambert, Andy Marc, Juliana Antero, Eric Le Bourg, and Jean-François Toussaint. The researchers performed statistical analysis to determine the potential associations between COVID-19 mortality in the first 8 months of 2020 and […]