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COVID-19 no longer a high consequence infectious disease

As of March 21, 2020, COVID-19 is no longer considered as a high consequence infectious disease (HCID) according to Public Health England. The decision to downgrade the category of COVID-19 came as new information about the disease has been discovered. Some of the factors that led to this decision include the low overall mortality rate, […]

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What’s next after the coronavirus?

In this article for Global Research, Peter Koenig explores how the world can change after the coronavirus pandemic. As the virus has brought the entire world to a standstill, the time is rife for systemic change. Koenig says that two future possibilities are emerging. On one hand is the rise of 5G and artificial intelligence […]

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Global Study: No child known has passed coronavirus to adults

Alison Boast, Alasdair Munro, and Henry Goldstein has reviewed 319 scientific studies related to children and COVID-19.  From their research, they have discovered the following:  Very few children have COVID-19. This trend is true for many countries around the world and is confirmed by testing in South Korea, Iceland, and the Italian town of Vo. […]

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Science clear: Lift lockdowns

It has been three months since the pandemic has been declared, what do we now know about the novel coronavirus and COVID-19?  Integrating information from the many researches being done around the world,  authors from the Swiss Policy Research offer a more objective picture of the state of the coronavirus pandemic. They show us that there is […]

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Schools in the Netherlands are reopening, and children do not have to maintain social distance

This May article published by Rijksdienst Caribisch Nederland reports that when schools reopen in the country, children up to 17 years do not need to maintain social distance at school. This decision comes as the Dutch National Institute for Public Health has discovered that less that 1% of COVID-19 patients in the country and around the world […]

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Lessons from the countries that brought their coronavirus cases to almost zero

The following article written by Jason Beaubien for NPR attempts to harness the lessons for controlling the coronavirus outbreak from the countries that succeeded in doing so. Some of the countries identified in this article include New Zealand, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Vietnam. What were the common factors that led to these countries’ success? Here […]

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Is a lockdown necessary? Lessons learned

Norwegian health chief: The lockdown was not necessary to control COVID-19

In this article for The Spectator, author Fraser Nelson reports on the latest publication of the Norwegian public health authority. According to the report, the coronavirus was never spreading as fast as was projected by the Imperial College London, and it was in fact, on the way out when the lockdown was implemented in the country […]

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Science says it’s time to open schools

In this article for The Hill, Dr. Scott Atlas tackles the important issue of school reopening and the unhealthy health standards being imposed on children.  Dr. Atlas reminds us the absurdity of locking down schools due to COVID-19 when influenza takes the life of more children annually. Moreover, he says that children are rarely carriers of […]

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102 evidences showing the COVID-19 pandemic is false

On April 16, 2020, Kevin’s Galalae of the Center of Global Consciousness released a document which summarized 102 articles which showed that the panic surrounding COVID-19 is baseless.  Galalae looks at anomalies to the recording of COVID-19 deaths, as well as the data showing that most of those infected by the new coronavirus are symptom-free. […]

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Reopening schools in Denmark did not worsen coronavirus outbreak

Data from schools and day cares in Denmark shows that the reopening of schools in the country did not lead to an increase in coronavirus infections.  Students in Denmark were allowed back in school last April 15, 2020. The article attached below was published on May 28, 2020, a month and a half since school […]