Covid-19 News

  • Thanks in advance for removing "maim and control" JR :)

    Let's first ask Wyttenbach and the rest of the Death Cult to stop posting dangerous lies. What do you think will happen to the people at the CDC if the public thinks they accept bribes, or that they engineered the virus, or they know how to cure it but they are preventing the use of effective drugs? We are talking about personal friends of mine. People whose kids went to school with ours.


    This is not some abstract danger. Given the internet, social media, doxxing and the other toxic 21st century culture, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. They are dedicated scientists doing the best they can. They made some grievous errors with test kits and with other problems. Unfortunately, doctors and scientists always make mistakes. That is unavoidable, even when mistakes end up costing thousands of lives. Believe me, the researchers know what their mistakes have cost us.


    That's just the lies Wyttenbach posts here about the staff at the CDC. That's one tiny fraction of his destructive, irresponsible attacks. The other lies that that he and the anti-vax, anti-science fanatics have spewed out killed hundreds of thousands of Americans. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. And yes, this is supposed to be a science forum, so I do not think blatant, dangerous, evil, politically motivated lies should be allowed. Or if they are allowed, the people posting them should provide some evidence from a legitimate source, and not some other sick-minded internet troll. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  • Go have a cup of cha..

    your age is showing old chap..

    wisdom is elusive..

    Sure, and let's not worry that an internet troll is using this forum to spread rumors that might get my friends killed. No problem! It can't happen. No one would ever believe the absurd rumors about the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria in DC, and go in there with a gun. The Q-anon people would never invade the Capital and try to hang the Vice President. No harm can come from spreading toxic lies and accusing scientists of taking bribes and covering up effective cures. It is not like you can look up the names and addresses of the CDC researchers in the mass media . . . Oh wait, you can.

  • Wisdom is elusive

    Did you get that from the Deepak Chopra wisdom generator? Here's more, and it's about science!

    "Experiential truth opens mortal neural networks"

    "The human nervous system is at the heart of new images"

    "Culture is inherent in spontaneous molecules"


    http://wisdomofchopra.com/



    Yes, indeed wisdom is elusive. You are wise. Here's something else that is true. In 2021, when you spread dangerous lies about public servants, election officials, and scientists working in publicly funded labs -- people whose names are a matter of public record -- lunatics sometimes come after them with guns. You may have heard we have lots of guns here in Atlanta. Any lunatic is free to buy one in the morning and shoot 6 or 8 people in the afternoon. Here in urban Atlanta our government has made it easier and faster to buy a gun than it is to vote. No standing in line! Hardly any background check.

  • Anthony Fauci Has Worn Out His Welcome


    https://news.yahoo.com/news/an…rn-welcome-103044751.html



    More than a year ago, Americans welcomed Anthony Fauci into their homes as a sober scientist who was helping them make sense of a deadly new virus. But he has worn out that welcome.


    It’s true that Fauci has enjoyed an illustrious career, advising every president since Ronald Reagan and winning the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2008. There’s much to admire in his overall leadership since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, as director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, he has a serious job that’s not supposed to involve being a media spokesman so ubiquitous that it’s hard to believe he ever turns down any media requests.


    As he’s maintained a media schedule worthy of a serious presidential candidate or an actor in a new major studio release, Fauci has gradually stopped standing apart from the contentious debate about the pandemic, lockdowns, restrictions, precautions, and what is safe and what is risky. Instead, he has become part of the acrimony, offering murky and sometimes contradictory recommendations. This goes well beyond his initially discouraging the use of masks in January and February 2020, like most U.S. public health officials, or his mid-March 2020 reassurance: “The guidelines are a 15-day trial guideline to be reconsidering. It isn’t that these guidelines are now going to be in effect until July.”


    Fauci doesn’t write or establish the quarantine policies being enforced by cities and states; he can only advise other people in and out of government. But his voice carries a lot of weight, and, more or less willingly, he has become the face of America’s quarantine policies. Frustratingly, his perspective always seem to be that the right time to open up is another six weeks from now, no matter how low caseloads get or how much the national vaccination program accelerates.


    And it’s hard to shake the sense that Fauci makes recommendations based on how he thinks people will react. Fauci admitted in December that he had changed his assessments about herd immunity, based on what he thought the public could handle hearing. In the pandemic’s early days, Fauci tended to cite the same 60 to 70 percent estimate that most experts did, but Fauci gradually boosted it to 85 percent. In an interview with the New York Times’ Donald McNeil Jr., Fauci “acknowledged that he had slowly but deliberately been moving the goal posts. He is doing so, he said, partly based on new science, and partly on his gut feeling that the country is finally ready to hear what he really thinks.”


    At the beginning of March, Fauci forcefully criticized the state of Texas for ending its statewide mask mandate, declaring, “It’s risky and could set us back to a place that’s even worse than where we are now . . . and lead to additional surges.” And yet, Texas has seen its caseload continue to decline. When asked about the lack of an increase in that state, he answered, “You know, there are a lot of things that go into that. I mean, when you say that they’ve had a lot of the activity on the outside like ball games, I’m not really quite sure. It could be they’re doing things outdoors

  • "Shocking Study Reveals mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines May Progressively Degenerate Your Brain From Prion Disease"


    https://greatgameindia.com/mrn…s-degenerate-brain-prion/

    How truseable could be that story and that website? More wellknown for spreading fake news, it seems. Although the story of an engineered virus is still one of the options on the table....


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  • How can I find this number? I know of the "suspected" cases which are even more...

    Of course Pfizer did no PCR to confirm CoV-19 cases. This is against business rules. The basic info is in the FDA writeup below

    Vaccines and Related Biological Products A dvisory Committee MeetingDecember 10 2020.pdf

    Among 3410 total cases of suspected but unconfirmed COVID-19 in the overall study population, 1594 occurred in the vaccine group vs. 1816 in the placebo group. Suspected COVID-19 cases that occurred within 7 days after any vaccination were 409 in the vaccine group vs. 287 in the placebo group. It is possible that the imbalance in suspected COVID-19 cases occurring in the 7 days postvaccination represents vaccine reactogenicity with symptoms that overlap with those of COVID-19. Overall though, these data do not raise a concern that protocol-specified reporting of suspected, but unconfirmed COVID-19 cases could have masked clinically significant adverse events that would not have otherwise been detected.

    There have been no reports of clotting with the mRNA based vaccines. Quote:

    Please read he early warning of CDC: (Day 3 of Pfizer vacciantions start!!) anaphylaxis is the term.

    Have you no shame? At long last, is there nothing you will not say, no matter how dangerous, in the service of your campaign to destroy lives and murder people?

    vacciantion report 05-COVID-CLARK.pdf

    You are attacking these people with blatant lies, in the service of you agenda to kill, main and control.

    It's all documented. But I'm not you librarian. 80% of the income of FDA reviewers is directly paid by big pharma.

    You (and your round table buddies) may call this fees...

  • Pentagon scientists develop microchip that detects COVID before symptoms when placed under skin


    https://www.washingtonexaminer…ovid-under-skin?_amp=true


    Pentagon researchers developed a microchip that can be inserted under the skin to detect COVID-19 infection before a person begins showing symptoms.


    “It’s a sensor,” said Dr. Matt Hepburn, an infectious disease physician and retired Army colonel. “That tiny green thing in there, you put it underneath your skin, and what that tells you is that there are chemical reactions going on inside the body, and that signal means you are going to have symptoms tomorrow.”

    The technology was developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, a top-secret unit launched during the Cold War era that studies emerging technologies and how they can be applied for use in the military.


    Hepburn said that the microchip has only been used inside the Defense Department and can detect a COVID-19 infection before an individual has the potential to spread the disease to other service members.

  • That's one tiny fraction of his destructive, irresponsible attacks. The other lies that that he and the anti-vax, anti-science fanatics have spewed out killed hundreds of thousands of Americans.


    Currently Pfizer is the biggest anti vaxxer. They try to stop the supperior vaccines from Astra/J&J/Sputnik. Addeno vaccines have a death risk of about 1/1'000'000 shots. With Pfizer you are around some 100 due to multiple reasons like in jab induced CoV-19 or anaphylaxis that happens (dozens of times)/1'000'000.

    So Pfizer should be stopped since day 5!


    Here again the now the one month old VERS CDC database outputCDC.txt. About 500 deaths in all detail what is about 1/10 of all US vaccine deaths so far.


    JedRothwell obvioulsy supports his mafia (round table buddies) friends by attacking people that report about them.

  • Some Children With Covid-Related Syndrome Develop Neurological Symptoms


    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/0…nflammatory-syndrome.html


    Reports about the mysterious Covid-related inflammatory syndrome that afflicts some children and teenagers have mostly focused on physical symptoms: rash, abdominal pain, red eyes and, most seriously, heart problems like low blood pressure, shock and difficulty pumping.


    Now, a new report shows that a significant number of young people with the syndrome also develop neurological symptoms, including hallucinations, confusion, speech impairments and problems with balance and coordination. The study of 46 children treated at one hospital in London found that just over half — 24 — experienced such neurological symptoms, which they had never had before.


    Those patients were about twice as likely as those without neurological symptoms to need ventilators because they were “very unwell with systemic shock as part of their hyperinflammatory state,” said an author of the study, Dr. Omar Abdel-Mannan, a clinical research fellow at University College London’s Institute of Neurology. Patients with neurological symptoms were also about twice as likely to require medication to improve the heart’s ability to squeeze, he said.


    The condition, called Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), typically emerges two to six weeks after a Covid infection, often one that produces only mild symptoms or none at all. The syndrome is rare, but can be very serious. The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports 3,165 cases in 48 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, including 36 deaths.

    The new findings strengthen the theory that the syndrome is related to a surge of inflammation triggered by an immune response to the virus, Dr. Abdel-Mannan said. For the children in the report, the neurological symptoms mostly resolved as the physical symptoms were treated.


    Doctors in the United States have also recently reported neurological symptoms in children with MIS-C. In a study published last month in JAMA Neurology, 126 of 616 young people with the syndrome admitted to 61 U.S. hospitals last year had neurological issues, including 20 with what the researchers described as “life-threatening” problems like strokes or “severe encephalopathy.”


    The new report, presented as preliminary research on Tuesday as part of an annual conference of the American Academy of Neurology, evaluated children under 18 who were admitted to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) between April and September of last year with the syndrome (it has a different name and acronym, PIMS-TS, in Britain). The data is also included in a preprint of a larger study that has not yet been peer-reviewed.


    As was the case with other studies of the syndrome, including in the United States, the researchers said a majority of those afflicted were “nonwhite,” a pattern that public health experts believe reflects the disproportionate way the pandemic has affected communities of color. Nearly two-thirds of the patients were male, and the median age was 10.