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Singapore’s accidental COVID experiment shows proof of Great Barrington Declaration

In this December 23, 2020 article for the American Institute for Economic Research, author Ethan Yang explores how Singapore’s migrant worker reached herd immunity. Migrant workers in Singapore typically live in crowded (and often unsanitary conditions). When COVID found its way in the dormitories, the Singaporean government placed these dormitories on quarantine, frequent testing, and […]

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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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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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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 […]

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WHO advises against use of remdesevir for COVID patients

The World Health Organization has issued a formal recommendation advising against the use of remdesivir for treatment of COVID-19 patients, particularly those who are seriously ill. The press release was published through the British Medical Journal last November 20, 2020. The recommendation was issued by the WHO Guideline Development Group (WHO GDG), which consists of […]

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Danish mask study now published: Masks do not reduce SARS-CoV-2 infection

A randomized controlled trial involving 4,862 participants shows that masks do not protect mask wearers from SARS-CoV-2 infection. The researchers gave this conclusion: “Our results suggest that the recommendation to wear a surgical mask when outside the home among others did not reduce, at conventional levels of statistical significance, the incidence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in […]

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Dr. Jay Bhattacharya: Test and tracing only creates panic

In this 4-minute video, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya says that the reliance on testing and contact tracing to curb the spread of SARS-CoV-2 is a mistake. He cites the example of mass testing in schools and says the following: “You open a school and you do a lot of testing in the school, you’re gonna find […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Lessons learned

Lockdowns: An illusion of control

In this October 22, 2020 article, J.B. Handley shows that there is no logic to the imposition of any coronavirus restriction. Using real-world data about the coronavirus, he shows to us that lockdowns have made no impact in terms of preventing deaths due to the virus. Handley says, “suffering from the illusion of control, some […]

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Italy has followed Dr. Fauci’s advise, but a “second wave” of the coronavirus is “imminent”

Despite all the efforts to contain the spread of the new coronavirus in Italy, health officials are concerned that the number of cases are already out of control.  Perhaps what troubles health officials the most is that they have strictly followed the advise of experts like Dr. Fauci: “Face masks in public places have been […]

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Swiss immunologist explains existing immunity to SARS-CoV-2 and the myth of asymptomatic carriers

The following article is the translated version of Beda M. Stadler’s German article originally published by the Weltwoche magazine last June 10, 2020. The article was written towards the end of summer, and delves into the issue of pre-existing immunity to SARS-CoV-2, PCR testing and the expected increase in cases, as well as the imminent […]