Covid-19 News

  • Baseball Legend and Hall of Famer Hank Aaron Dead at 86, Two Weeks After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine; Health Officials Reiterate Vaccine’s Safety…ation-earlier-this-month/


    He looked and sounded robust at his vaccination, despite the wheelchair. Look at that arm even at age 86! A wonderful human being.

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  • robert bryant you are from Australia, correct?

    IMO it has become a little bit quiet around Dr. Thomas BORODY?

    Borody did have the ear of the Hon. Dr Greg Hunt.

    for a few minutes. or so .. awhile back.not any more..

    but I think Borody is California based... the ivermectin trials there should have results in about two months..

    depending on recruitment in the war zone..

    Australia is heavily into vaccine-think..

    No chance ? thought to spend even 100K on ivermectin trials..

    but there is $2,375,779 for statins... for the weakminded academics and 1.3 Million for uv..

    "Statin Treatment for COVID-19 to optimise Neurological Recovery (STRONGER) trial –

    using Statins to prevent brain complications as a result of COVID-19…related-clinical-trials-0

  • I ordered Ivermectin in India.

    I asked for a quotation for 6 Ziverdo Kits with international shipment on w

    Then I got several emails.

    SA Enterprise looked ok.

    6 Ziverdo Kits are 30$ plus shipping by EMS another 30$.

    Payment was done by TransferWise.

    The Kits arrived after 12 days . Everything ok.

    Now I can help 6 persons when needed.

    Official local price is 150 Rupies, about 1.5 $ per Kit. Seems that a lot is available.

    Last July I ordered Ivermectin for birds in china, 100 x 5mg for totally 3$. They arrived after 6 weeks. Crazy cheep. Do not know why our postal service helps china with free delivery. That is what makes our business difficult, no tax, no fee, nothing...

  • He looked and sounded robust at his vaccination, despite the wheelchair. Look at that arm even at age 86! A wonderful human being.

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    Best I ever saw, and I saw Mantle at old Comiskey Park, Aaron was better

  • The South African coronavirus mutation can infect multiple times, could hamper vaccine

    A new study reveals that a large number of people with COVID-19 antibodies may not be protected from the new strain…mes-could-hamper-vaccine/

    Amutant strain of the novel coronavirus discovered in South Africa appears to be able to ward off antibodies from individuals who had previously recovered from COVID-19 — meaning if the new strain becomes widespread, we may see more people getting infected multiple times

  • Oxford University to test potential COVID-19 ‘wonder drug’ Ivermectin…=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen

    LONDON: Oxford University researchers are planning to trial a drug that has shown signs of reducing COVID-19 deaths in developing countries.

    The Principle trial is aiming to find a drug that works soon after virus symptoms appear in a patient, and one that is most effective during the primary stages of the illness, The Times reported.

    The trial is assessing Ivermectin, a medicine used on livestock and people who have been infected by parasitic worms, which has been hailed by some as a “wonder drug” with the potential to save thousands of lives, the report added.

  • Caution: Alan's Ivermectin version contains:


    List of excipients

    Titanium dioxide E171

    Hydrogenated castor oil


    Propylene glycol

    There will be certain effects of this (castor oil) but the dose is low.

    I prefer the tablets called Equarell as these can be served in single 100kg doses and can be stored after use. And no chance for a short diarrhea....

  • Canadian study says oral medicine effective in treating COVID-19…-covid-19-1.1611422157491

    The results of the study are a "major scientific discovery" and make colchicine - a medicine used to treat gout - "the world's first oral drug that could be used to treat non-hospitalized patients with COVID-19," the Montreal Heart Institute said in a statement late Friday.

    The study results show that colchicine reduced by 21 percent the risk of death or hospitalizations in patients with COVID-19 compared to placebo, the institute said.

    The study was carried out in Canada, the US, Europe and South America among a population of 4,488 patients.

  • The study results show that colchicine reduced by 21 percent the risk of death or hospitalizations in patients with COVID-19 compared to placebo, the institute said.

    Sorry: Early Ivermectin reduces it (death) by 99.5%. Late Ivermectin (8x .. 12x dose) by at least 90%. So this is foggy news!

    Even HCQ gives an overall reduction of > 70%. For more than 50 years there have been about 1000 adverse events recorded in connection with HCQ after almost an infinite number of doses (at least 2 billion's/year) supplied.

    That's why HCQ and Ivermectin are the most safe drug's on the planet! (In case of Ivermectin not so for aquatic live!)

  • Assume for the sake of argument you are right, and the doctors got it wrong. That was not deliberate. The medical establishment sincerely concluded that hydroxychloroquine does not work.

    I don't know what is your own definition of "sincerity" when 100% of the early treatment studies did show a positive effect. Do you mean the same sincerity as the doctors who faked the data towards negative results and led to the retraction of two articles in the Lancet and New England Journal of Medicine about the use of HCQ?

    Please cite a single, non-retracted, study that shows that HCQ doesn't work in early treatment. You will not be able to cite a single one, not because you are not an expert or too busy or whatever, but simply because there are none, nada, zero. The only studies that failed are those when HCQ was given too late, in the late stage after disease has progressed. And yes many have failed when HCQ was given too late.

    The medical establishment is as biased in the assessment of early treatment drugs as the physics community is in LENR. Probably not deliberate but wearing blinders. Tunnel vision.

    You are mistaken when you say the medical establishment rejected ivermectin and vitamin D. These are in widespread use.

    Maybe in Jed Rothwell world, but not in the real world. The millions who died and are still dying as we speak didn't receive ivermectin. You are putting yourselves among the murderers by claiming that ivermectin is in widespread use and didn't prevent all these deaths.

    At least WHO has reacted this week and has now launched an "expedited but still comprehensive" independent review to possibly change their current recommendation which is to not use ivermectin. Some would say better late than never.

    Hydroxychloroquine was tested in very large blind tests, and most of those tests failed to show an effect. It is possible the tests were faulty and it actually does work in some circumstances. But doctors and researchers must go with the best information they can. They must judge the situation with the data they have. So, it is reasonable for them to reject this drug.

    Plain wrong. Again and again, 100% of the early treatment trials showed a positive effect. Doctors don't go with the best information they can, they go with the information that best fits their needs, and early treatment is not one of those.

    And I'm not talking about prevention with small actions, easy to implement by anyone, that can have a large effect to ensure a well working immune system.

  • About new mutants escaping the antibodies developed from vaccines based on the spike antigen, it was only when and not if this will happen. To vaccinate a population with a highly prevalent virus, as done now in many countries, will only make this step faster. Some spiteful tongues would say that was deliberate so that big pharmas will be able to sell vaccines every year. Repeat business with high margins, what else?

    A solution may come from multi-antigenic vaccines, see

    or at least from vaccines based on the nucleocapsid antigen that is known to mutate much slowlier than the spike protein and is not involved in cell entry, see

    Here, we are studying the effect of several natural compounds, mainly flavonoids, in vivo to prevent the fusion of the virus with ACE2. To show it in real life is much more a challenge than in silico and in vitro (that have already showed positive results). The trial is now completed and all samples will now be analyzed with a newly developed neutralization assay that has already proven to work well. Results expected for end of February.

  • 10% of all cases will become long haulers. What have we learned? In my opinion without early outpatient treatment it will be long haulers that overwhelm the healthcare system

    22-year-old COVID ‘long hauler’ fights symptoms 11 months after infection…=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen

    I didn’t have a super severe infection but it was unusual for me. It started off with a really tight chest. I felt like I couldn’t take a deep breath. Then I started coughing and had some other symptoms over the next couple of weeks,” said Powell.

    Powell never tested for COVID-19 as testing supplies were not widely available at the time. After the pandemic forced her to return home, her symptoms improved but only temporarily. To this day, most of her symptoms are lingering to some degree.

    “A lot of strange inflammatory symptoms here and there with the most consistent being headaches, fatigue, eczema and then the chest tightness has also stayed on,” said Powell.

    Treat early, treat often, and treat all!

  • UK regulator, vaccine makers discuss virus variants…=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen

    LONDON: The UK’s medicine regulator has discussed with vaccine manufacturers the need for “potential modifications” to vaccines to ensure they protect against the new coronavirus variants emerging around the world.

    The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said that “there was no evidence that vaccines failed to work against new variants,” but that it had made the issue a priority.

    AstraZeneca, which partnered with Oxford University to manufacture a vaccine, said scientists had begun work on a modified vaccine in case it was necessary.

    A spokesman said: “It is known that viruses constantly change through mutation, leading to the emergence of new variants.

    “These changes are being monitored closely by scientists.

    Fist phase of the vaccine rollout not even completed and already taking of tweaking the vaccine. A potential catastrophe. But the experts said............

  • SARS-CoV-2, the autoimmune virus - NCBI - NIH…MC7598743/?report=classic

    Increasing evidence accumulated from the past year on the outbreak of corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, suggesting a strong association between the severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection and autoimmunity. The reported inflammatory/autoimmune-related symptoms by patients, the appearance of circulating autoantibodies and the diagnosis of defined diverse autoimmune diseases in a subgroup of SARS-CoV-2-infected patients, indicate the critical and pivotal effect of SARS-CoV-2 virus on human immunity, and its capability to trigger autoimmune disorders, in genetically predispose subjects.

  • Autoimmune Diseases: Types, Symptoms, Causes, and More

    What is an autoimmune disease?

    An autoimmune disease is a condition in which your immune system mistakenly attacks your body.

    The immune system normally guards against germs like bacteria and viruses. When it senses these foreign invaders, it sends out an army of fighter cells to attack them.

    Normally, the immune system can tell the difference between foreign cells and your own cells.

    In an autoimmune disease, the immune system mistakes part of your body, like your joints or skin, as foreign. It releases proteins called autoantibodies that attack healthy cells.

    Some autoimmune diseases target only one organ. Type 1 diabetes damages the pancreas. Other diseases, like systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), affect the whole body.

  • Vitamin D Vital in Managing Autoimmune Disease


    What vitamin D does for you

    Vitamin D is actually a hormone, and along with thyroid hormone, is one of the two hormones every cell in your body needs. It regulates hundreds of different pathways throughout the body.

    Bone density. Vitamin D has long been known to play a role in preventing breakdown of bones and increasing the strength of the skeletal system.

    Mood regulation. Low vitamin D is linked to a 14 percent increase depression and a 50 percent increase in suicide rates. Increasing vitamin D intake can help improve anxiety and depression.

    Brain health. Vitamin D’s biologically active form has shown neuroprotective effects including the clearance of amyloid plaques common to Alzheimer’s Disease. Associations have also been noted between low 25-hydroxyvitamin D and dementia.

    Reduced cancer risk. Optimal vitamin D levels are associated with lower rates of cancers of the breast, ovaries, prostate, and pancreas.

    Sleep quality. Adequate vitamin D is associated with improved sleep.

    Immune regulation. Vitamin D plays a key role in promoting regulatory T cells, which decide whether to dampen or promote inflammation in the body.

    This is particularly important in dampening autoimmunity such as Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism, when the immune system attacks body tissue.

    Studies show more than 90 percent of those with autoimmunity have a genetic defect that promotes vitamin D deficiency.

    Low vitamin D levels are associated with autoimmune conditions such as Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes, inflammatory bowel disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, and even Parkinson’s disease.

    A common thread in all chronic illnesses, inflammation is shown to be reduced by adequate vitamin D levels.

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