Skip to comments.Clarity Amid Confusion on Covid-19, Masks, and Vaccine Adverse Events
Posted on 07/31/2021 8:33:27 AM PDT by Hojczyk
We’d have more confidence in our public health experts and agencies if they would admit what they don’t know rather than pretending to know what they don’t.
Today’s podcast looks at this week's confusing landscape mask recommendations, Covid-19 vaccines, and adverse events.
Are the vaccines wearing off? Are masks for kids good or bad? And what are the most common adverse events reported so far after Covid-19 vaccines? I have an original analysis.
(Excerpt) Read more at sharylattkisson.com ...
Pod cast at site with the time
“We’d have more confidence in our public health experts and agencies if they would admit what they don’t know rather than pretending to know what they don’t.”
Also, censorship destroys trust.
When is somebody going to nail the Biden administration on this fact?
Very well put.
Very well put.
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There is no upfront test that immediately identifies the variant on the spot. So you’re not a complete liar/ignoramus.
However, there are tests that are performed on blood samples from representative COVID infectees that reveal the viral genome sequence which determines the variant involved. This allows the CDC to draw conclusions about prevalence and regionality of the various strains of COVID, and also allows them to note which symptoms differ between strains.
But that doesn’t excite people into making wild claims, so I’m not sure how likely you will be to update your postings.
They haven't even tracked "vaccinated but reinfected" since May 1st.
Agreed. The CDC are doing a horrible job of identifying key measures that would reduce spread of COVID.
Personally I think that’s good, because in my opinion at this point the best course of action is to protect the vulnerable and leave everyone else to make their own decisions. Delays just push the bulk of infections into winter, when immune systems in general are less effective.
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