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Health workers got emergency treatment after Pfizer vaccine shot

This article from The New York Times was published last December 16, 2020 and was updated December 18, 2020. It reported on two health workers at the same hospital in Alaska who received emergency treatments within minutes of receiving the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine. Both patients had no history of allergic reactions. The first worker, a […]

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Ivermectin: Another drug proven to treat COVID-19

The following website details the meta analysis of  24 studies on the use of Ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19. The meta analysis shows that 100% of the studies have reported positive effects. The probability of ineffective treatment is estimated to be 1 in 17 million. According to the results, Ivermectin is effective at all […]

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Are the tests really accurate?

WHO finally admits the problem of PCR tests

In this December 14, 2020 notice, the World Health Organization has finally acknowledged the increasing reports of false positive SARS-CoV-2 results. The memo says: “…the probability that a person who has a positive result is truly infected with SARS-CoV-2 decreases as positive rate decreases, irrespective of the assay specificity. Therefore, healthcare providers are encouraged to […]

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Restrict travel, wear masks, until every person gets full COVID-19 vaccine

In a December 16, 2020 article for The Daily Wire, Hank Berrien reports on a recent interview of Dr. Vin Gupta with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd. In the interview, Dr. Gupta says that people must restrict travel and continue to wear masks until every person in America gets the full vaccine. In response to Dr. Gupta’s […]

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Evidence shows that Ivermectin can prevent and treat COVID-19

The following document is a condensed summary of the comprehensive review on the use and efficacy of Ivermectin for COVID-19 prevention and treatment. The review was conducted by the Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance led by Prof. Paul Marik. The full review may be found on the organization’s website. This is the same document referred to […]

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Societal Impact Vaccine

Philippines’ Bureau of Immigration backs proposal for COVID-19 passport

In a recent press release, the Bureau of Immigration (BI) has expressed its support for a COVID-19 passport. According to BI Commissioner Jaime Morente, this will help speed up immigration processing at airports and revive the tourism and travel industry in the country. Morente also echoed Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat’s statement that the COVID-19 passport […]

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Pfizer CEO: People need to take two doses of vaccine to feel confident that they are protected

In this December 9, 2020 article for Business Insider, Andrew Dunn quotes Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla saying, “…it’s a very big mistake if anyone tries to do it with only one dose, when with two, you almost double the protection”. Bourla says this after reports that a single dose of the vaccine was about 52% effective […]

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Four Pfizer trial volunteers developed Bell’s palsy but FDA denies it was caused by the shot

Report released by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) showed that four volunteers for the Pfizer-BioNTech trials developed Bell’s palsy, a temporary facial paralysis, a few days after taking the shot. The article by the Daily Mail UK attached below reveals that the Bell’s palsy “were the only side effect that the FDA saw as ‘imbalanced’ […]

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New York bill proposes removal and detention of people with contagious diseases

New York assemblyman Noah Nicholas Perry introduced recently a bill that will amend the New York public health law. In the proposed amendment, when the governor has declared a public health emergency, the government will have the power to remove and detain cases, contacts, and carriers who are or may be a danger to public […]

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Large numbers of health care workers in US refuse COVID-19 vaccine

This January 2, 2020 report published by Forbes reports on the data related to vaccination among health care workers. Ohio governor Mike DeWine disclosed last December 30, 2020 that about 60% of nursing home workers have refused to get vaccinated. Meanwhile, the post attached below shows that health care workers from other state are also […]