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  • Ukraine Biolab Update: Russia Implicates Pfizer, Moderna, Merck, Obama, Soros, Clintons, Bidens, Rockefellers & Others

    05/13/2022 7:17:22 AM PDT · by SoConPubbie · 33 replies
    INFOWARS ^ | May 11th 2022, 6:06 pm | Kelen McBreen
    A statement issued by the Russian Ministry of Defense (MOD) on Wednesday accused a slew of prominent politicians, pharmaceutical companies and government entities of participating in a global conspiracy in Ukraine.Specifically, the Russian MOD claims the U.S. and other NATO nations have been engaged in illegal military-biological projects within Ukraine.Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s former press secretary Iuliia Mendel wrote on Twitter that Russia is spreading “baseless accusations that the U.S. military was developing secret biological weapons in Ukraine, but this time they were helped by the pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Moderna.”The Russian Defense Ministry again spread baseless accusations that the...
  • People's Convoy moving from DC to California, organizer says

    03/29/2022 2:12:05 AM PDT · by blueplum · 9 replies
    The Hill ^ | 28 Mar 2022 | RACHEL SCULLY
    The People’s Convoy trucker protest group on Sunday announced that it would head to California in the coming weeks to protest COVID-19 mandates there following daily excursions in and around the Washington, D.C., area....
  • Dr. Fauci hints retirement may be near: 'Can't stay at this job forever'

    03/19/2022 4:54:12 AM PDT · by RandFan · 52 replies
    Just The News ^ | March 19 | By John Solomon
    Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has served as U.S. infectious disease chief under seven presidents and earned both accolades and scorn, hints in a new interview his retirement may be nearing as the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be waning. "I have said that I would stay in what I'm doing until we get out of the pandemic phase and I think we might be there already, if we can stay in this," the 81-year-old Fauci told ABC News. "I can't stay at this job forever. Unless my staff is gonna find me slumped over my desk one day. I'd rather not...
  • Deaths from COVID-19 with no other underlying causes

    01/22/2022 1:58:13 PM PST · by absalom01 · 8 replies
    UK Office for National Statistics ^ | December 16, 2020 | UK office for national statistics
    You asked ​​Please can you advise on deaths purely from covid with no other underlying causes. We said Thank you for your request. We are responsible for the production of mortality data for England and Wales, this is derived from death certificates in the process of death registration. For mortality figures where COVID-19 was the sole cause of death, please see: Pre-existing conditions of people whose death was recorded with an underlying cause of COVID-19, this dataset can be found in section 8 of the Monthly mortality analysis bulletin. This dataset provides a greater insight into the leading pre-existing cause...
  • Riverside County employee’s COVID-19 death could have been prevented, lawsuit alleges

    01/11/2022 6:40:46 PM PST · by blueplum · 3 replies
    Riverside Press Enterprise ^ | 11 January 2022 | JEFF HORSEMAN
    A family alleges that Riverside County is liable for an employee’s death from COVID-19 and his wife’s debilitating “long-haul” virus symptoms after ignoring his pleas to work from home and implement safeguards at his workplace. Michael Haywood’s widow and one of his adult sons held a news conference Monday, Jan. 10, outside Riverside County Superior Court, where attorney V. James DeSimone’s firm planned to file the lawsuit alleging wrongful death and violating state regulations protecting disabled workers.... ...
  • All vaccinated participants with severe COVID-19 in CDC study had at least one risk factor

    01/07/2022 2:59:34 AM PST · by blueplum · 21 replies
    The Hill ^ | 06 January 2022 | JUSTINE COLEMAN
    ...CDC research published Thursday provided further evidence that the COVID-19 vaccines protect recipients, making severe outcomes “rare.” Just 189 people experienced these outcomes out of more than 1.2 million who got their primary vaccination series between December 2020 and October 2021./// Just 36 people in the study died of COVID-19 after getting their primary vaccination series, with 78 percent of them having at least four risk factors. In total, 2,246 vaccinated people in the study contracted COVID-19, and almost 77 percent had at least one risk factor. The research suggests people vaccinated with the primary series who are older, immunocompromised...
  • Months After COVID-19 Infection, Body May Attack Itself, Study Says

    01/04/2022 7:27:29 PM PST · by blueplum · 77 replies
    US News and World Report ^ | 04 January 2022 | Kaia Hubbard
    New findings suggest that the body may mistakenly attack itself months after contracting even mild coronavirus infection, adding to the research surrounding long-haul COVID-19. The autoimmune phenomena was identified in a study involving health care workers who had contracted the coronavirus early on in the pandemic, before vaccines became widely available. The study, published in the the Journal of Translational Medicine, found that among 177 health care workers who had recovered from COVID-19, all had persistent autoantibodies months after infection, including some which can cause injury to organs and tissues....
  • UVA doctor: Johnson & Johnson vaccine has no Myocarditis-associated risk

    01/04/2022 9:47:12 AM PST · by CondoleezzaProtege · 45 replies
    NBC 29 ^ | Nov 2, 2021 | Dominga Murray
    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Doctor Patrick Jackson with the University of Virginia has advice for people looking to get vaccinated. Dr. Jackson says COVID-19 vaccines have a very low Myocarditis or heart inflammation risk, however the risk is highest in young men. He says says the Johnson & Johnson vaccine does not have any association with this side effect and could be the best choice for some. “Now that we have more data about these vaccines people can talk to their doctors about which vaccine might be the ideal one for them, or even now that we have some flexibility,...
  • U.S. hits record high with nearly 500,000 COVID-19 cases in a single day

    12/30/2021 11:41:08 PM PST · by blueplum · 103 replies
    CBS ^ | 30 December 2021 | NANCY CHEN
    The U.S. reported nearly half a million new COVID infections in a single day, marking the largest daily total of any country during the pandemic. More than 486,000 new cases were reported in a 24-hour period, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. Fifteen states reported a record-high number of average daily infections: Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington. Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., are also averaging more daily cases than ever. With COVID-19 cases rising so fast, fueled by the rapid spread of the...
  • Houston COVID-19 vaccine Corbevax gets DCGI approval for use in India

    12/30/2021 6:12:43 PM PST · by blueplum · 20 replies
    First Post ^ | 29 December 2021 | Press Trust of India
    Houston: The Texas Children's Hospital (TCH) and Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) announced on Tuesday that Corbevax, a protein subunit Covid vaccine, has received approval from the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) to launch it in India. The initial construct and production process of the vaccine antigen was developed at TCH's Centre for Vaccine Development, led by co-directors Maria Elena Bottazzi and Peter Hotez.. ...TCH said the vaccine has been through phase three clinical trials with more than 3,000 subjects and was found to be safe and well-tolerated. The trials suggested a better immune response to the Ancestral-Wuhan strain...
  • Vaccine effectiveness against hospital admission in South African health care workers who received a homologous booster of Ad26.COV2 during an Omicron COVID19 wave: Preliminary Results of the Sisonke 2 Study. PREPRINT

    12/30/2021 12:09:44 AM PST · by blueplum · 56 replies
    Following the results of the ENSEMBLE 2 study, which demonstrated improved vaccine efficacy of a two-dose regimen of Ad26.COV.2 vaccine given 2 months apart, we expanded the Sisonke study which had provided single dose Ad26.COV.2 vaccine to almost 500 000 health care workers (HCW) in South Africa to include a booster dose of the Ad26.COV.2. Sisonke 2 enrolled 227 310 HCW from the 8 November to the 17 December 2021. Enrolment commenced before the onset of the Omicron driven fourth wave in South Africa affording us an opportunity to evaluate early VE in preventing hospital admissions of a homologous boost...
  • China to create buffer zones at border cities to curb outbreaks

    12/29/2021 1:55:53 AM PST · by blueplum · 4 replies
    South China Post via msn ^ | 28 December 2021 | Guo Rui
    China will set up buffer zones in border cities as part of its latest moves to battle imported cases of Covid-19 while protecting the economy. The policy comes as China works to snuff out sporadic outbreaks in different parts of the country. Clusters have broken out in recent months in Ruili, Yunnan province, which borders Myanmar, and Manzhouli, near Inner Mongolia.... ...“Checkpoints will be set up in buffer zones, such as villages that are closest to the roads at the border, and residents cannot leave these zones unless necessary. Special requirements will be attached to those who have to leave...
  • CDC significantly cuts estimate of omicron's prevalence in US

    12/28/2021 11:19:26 PM PST · by blueplum · 38 replies
    The Hill ^ | 28 December 2021 | NATHANIEL WEIXEL
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday significantly revised downward the estimate of the percentage of new COVID-19 infections in the U.S. caused by the omicron variant of the virus. According to agency data, omicron accounted for about 59 percent of all U.S. infections as of Dec. 25. Previously, the CDC said the omicron variant comprised 73 percent of all cases for the week ending Dec. 18. But that number has now been revised to 22.5 percent of all cases....
  • SHOCK As 4th Football Player Dies This Week – Algerian Sofiane Loukar Dead After Suffering Heart Attack

    12/26/2021 4:05:36 PM PST · by rxsid · 53 replies
    thecovidworld.com ^ | 12.25.2021 | Thecovidworld
    SHOCK As 4th Football Player Dies This Week – Algerian Sofiane Loukar Dead After Suffering Heart AttackAlgerian footballer Sofiane Loukar has died after collapsing during a match on Saturday in the Algerian 2nd football league. Loukar, who plays for MC Saïda, suffered a heart attack with medical staff unable to revive him. The Algerian is the fourth football player to die this week from cardiac arrest.The 30-year-old team captain fell to the ground in Saturday’s match against ASM Oran without taking contact from another player. Medical staff immediately rushed to the scene to resuscitate him but were unable to save...
  • NHL backs out of Beijing Olympics, citing Covid surge

    12/23/2021 2:01:41 AM PST · by blueplum · 11 replies
    NBC ^ | 22 December 2021 | David K. Li
    The recent world spike in Covid-19 prompted the NHL on Wednesday to back out the Beijing Olympics, removing the world's best hockey players from the one of the Games' showcase sports. The National Hockey League had built in a Feb. 6-22 break from action to send its top players to Beijing, but Covid outbreaks throughout North America have put the sport on hold. Fifty NHL games have already been postponed and Commissioner Gary Bettman said sending players to Beijing "is no longer feasible."... ...“Certainly, the players and hockey fans are quite disappointed," he continued. "But playing a full 82-game season...
  • Texas A&M backs out of Gator Bowl after Covid outbreak leaves team without enough players

    12/23/2021 1:25:55 AM PST · by blueplum · 29 replies
    NBC ^ | 22 December 2021 | David K. Li
    Texas A&M, the only team to beat No. 1 Alabama in 2021, suddenly ended its season on Wednesday by backing out of the Gator Bowl, citing injuries and a Covid-19 outbreak. The Aggies had been set to play Wake Forest a week from Friday at the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl in Jacksonville before making the unexpected announcement..... ...“It is unfortunate, but we just don’t have enough scholarship players available to field a team,” A&M Coach Jimbo Fisher said. Aggies Athletic Director Ross Bjork called the decision "heartbreaking" for everyone associated with the famed 12th Man program....
  • Brits 'put themselves in lockdown' in desperate bid to save Christmas as streets deserted

    12/23/2021 12:41:36 AM PST · by blueplum · 19 replies
    The Mirror UK ^ | 22 December 2021 | Kieren Williams
    Many Brits appear to have put themselves into self-imposed lockdown to save their Christmases as Covid cases rates rocket. As Omicron rampages across the UK, causing consecutive days of record high Covid cases, some would seem to be taking matters into their own hands in the absence of tougher restrictions. In the days leading up to Christmas, shops, restaurants, pubs and more have struggled with cancellations as potential punters try to avoid the virus that would force them to not see loved ones on December 25. This led to some of the country's usually busiest streets, shops and restaurants being...
  • 50 test positive for coronavirus aboard Royal Caribbean ship

    12/22/2021 9:44:49 PM PST · by blueplum · 6 replies
    The Hill ^ | 22 December 2021 | JOSEPH CHOI
    Fifty people tested positive for COVID-19 aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship that departed from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Saturday. Royal Caribbean spokesperson Lyan Sierra-Caro confirmed to USA Today that 47 crew members and three passengers aboard the Odyssey of the Seas tested positive. The ship, which is carrying 3,587 passengers and 1,599 crew members, is on an eight-day trip but briefly returned to port Sunday to disembark a passenger who had COVID-19....
  • POLITICS Trump says he got Covid vaccine booster shot, tells fans not to boo him for it

    12/21/2021 12:02:44 AM PST · by blueplum · 74 replies
    MSNBC ^ | 20 December 2021 | Dan Mangan
    Former President Donald Trump says he received a booster vaccine shot for Covid-19 — but he doesn’t want to hear any criticism about it. “Oh, don’t, don’t, don’t!” said Trump, waving his hand dismissively, as some people in an audience in Dallas on Sunday afternoon seemed to react negatively to the Republican saying he got the booster.... ...Trump also said during the same show, “We saved tens of millions worldwide by creating the vaccine.” “It would have been like the Spanish flu without it. … We should take credit for it, and you play right into their hands” when you...
  • Omicron sweeps across nation, now 73% of new US COVID cases

    12/20/2021 7:22:17 PM PST · by blueplum · 82 replies
    AP ^ | 20 December 2021 | MIKE STOBBE
    NEW YORK (AP) — Omicron has raced ahead of other variants and is now the dominant version of the coronavirus in the U.S., accounting for 73% of new infections last week, federal health officials said Monday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention numbers showed nearly a six-fold increase in omicron’s share of infections in only one week. In much of the country, it’s even higher. Omicron is responsible for an estimated 90% or more of new infections in the New York area, the Southeast, the industrial Midwest and the Pacific Northwest. The national rate suggests that more than 650,000...