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 No Vax Mandate Job Board

- September 9, 2021Facing termination by your Vax Mandating employer?  Here is a nationwide job board for you.  As I was checking it out, jobs are popping up.  I found several in my wheelhouse (IT, electronics and security) - many off remote opportunities!  You'll also find a religous exemption letter template for your current employer if you need it.  This is a great ...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/09/2021
Revolt!
National Guard Deployed in Massachusetts to Take Children to School
“I’ve been doing this for 33 years, and I haven’t seen anything like this”

- September 15, 2021The Massachusetts National Guard was activated in several cities to help take children to school amid a shortage of bus drivers.“The Governor’s order makes up to 250 personnel available. Beginning with training on Tuesday, 90 Guard members will prepare for service in Chelsea, Lawrence, Lowell, and Lynn,” Gov. Charlie Baker’s office an...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/15/2021
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Brown University is awarded nearly $5 million by the CDC to study COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness in nursing home residents and whether or not they need booster shots

- September 14, 2021Brown University has been awarded 4.9 million by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to study vaccine effectiveness among seniors.The two-year project will look at nursing home residents after being fully vaccinated or after receiving a booster shot.  Nursing home residents were among the first to have Covid vaccines made available to them in December...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/14/2021
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Governor On Biden’s Mandate: Doesn’t Know What’s Going On In States Because He Skips Weekly Governor Meetings
"This is an egregious overreach of federal authority"

- September 14, 2021Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts slammed President Joe Biden on Sunday for the administration’s vaccine mandate, saying that Biden does not know what is going on in the states because he does not attend his own administration’s weekly governors meeting.When asked by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace whether he was being “cavalier with the health” of the peopl...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/14/2021
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Panel Of Scientists Determines Most People Don't Need Boosters; Moderna Plummets

- September 14, 2021As a growing chorus of scientists and activists question the Biden Administration's scramble to roll out booster jabs to Americans as quickly as possible, steamrolling the conventional approval process and leading to the resignation of two senior FDA officials, more research has just been released suggesting booster jabs simply aren't necessary for most people...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/14/2021
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UK Consumer Group: Airlines 'didn't know the rules': Flight operators gave holidaymakers wrong advice about COVID travel testing rules

- September 10, 2021UK airlines gave holidaymakers wrong and contradictory advice about Covid travel testing rules, a probe found.In some cases it would have meant travellers being denied boarding, leaving them out of pocket for the entire cost of their flight or holiday.In seven of 15 telephone calls that consumer champion Which? made to agents for British Airways, easyJet, Jet2, Ryanair and...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/10/2021
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Moderna announces 2-for-1 Vaccine for Flu and Covid…

- September 9, 2021Moderna’s new vaccine, which the company is calling mRNA-1073, combines its current Covid vaccine with a flu shot that’s also under development.The company’s stock rose after the announcement.Moderna shares rose Thursday after it announced it’s developing a two-in-one vaccine booster shot that protects against both Covid-19 and the seasonal flu.The new va...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/10/2021
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Family: War vet died after hospital ignored court order for ivermectin

- September 10, 2021Gabrielle Snider, Lopez's granddaughter, told local news that the hospital 'took away from my grandfather and us, his family, the opportunity to know whether or not that drug would have worked for him.'Amid a flood of media reports conflating a veterinary version of the drug ivermectin with one for human use that is touted worldwide by physicians and in mo...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/10/2021
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FACT CHECK: Rolling Stone lied about hospitals being full of ivermectin overdose patients

- September 9, 2021(Natural News)A few weeks back, the left-wing rag Rolling Stone published an ivermectin hit piece that falsely claimed hospitals are now being overwhelmed with patients who supposedly overdosed on the FDA-approved anti-parasite drug for humans.Rolling Stone‘s headline said it all: “Gunshot Victims Left Waiting as Horse Dewormer Overdoses Overwhelm...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/09/2021
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Biden to Outline ‘6-Step Plan’ to Curb COVID-19 Delta Variant

- September 8, 2021President Joe Biden will outline a “six-step plan” to curb the COVID-19 Delta variant and increase U.S. vaccinations, said a White House spokesperson on Tuesday.White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters traveling with Biden aboard Air Force One that he will unveil the plan that will span “the public and private sectors to he...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/08/2021
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Developer of Ivermectin begins late-stage trial of experimental pill it hopes could prevent COVID-19 infections

- September 4, 2021Merck & Co, which develops the anti-parasite drug ivermectin, will soon begin late-stage trials for molnupiravir, which could combat viruses like CovidIvermectin has been incorrectly heralded as a potential COVID-19 treatment due to a misinterpreted study from March 2020Parasite experts say that ivermectin has no virus killing properties and is ineffective against ...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/04/2021
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MIT Study: Glyphosate exposure increases risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection

- September 2, 2021A Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientist recently revealed the many ways that glyphosate can cause adverse effects that could weaken the ability to fight off infections, including SARS-CoV-2.According to senior research scientist Stephanie Seneff, one of the key aspects of glyphosate toxicity is the destruction of immunity. It weakens the immune...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/04/2021
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ACLU slammed for claiming mandatory Covid vaccination ‘FURTHERS civil liberties’ & saying right to bodily autonomy not ‘absolute’

- September 3, 2021The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) was publicly condemned on Thursday after arguing that mandatory Covid-19 vaccination actually advances civil liberties instead of compromising them.In an article for the New York Times – which the ACLU posted on its official Twitter account – ACLU National Legal Director David Cole and colleague Daniel Mach defended...  READ MORE
nolanf
09/03/2021
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Australia's NSW Switches to Recording Patients As Dying 'With' Covid Instead of 'From' Covid

- August 31, 2021Shown: Pregnant Aussie woman arrested for planning a protest. (FRN)This is a major admission.From The Daily Mail, "NSW Health switches to recording patients as dying 'with' Covid instead of 'from' after finally acknowledging many of Australia's 993 casualties died from something else or had even recovered from the virus":NSW Health has switched t...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/31/2021
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In a major blow to vaccine efforts, senior FDA leaders stepping down

- August 31, 2021Two of the FDA’s most senior vaccine leaders are exiting from their positions, raising fresh questions about the Biden administration and the way that it’s sidelined the FDA.Marion Gruber, director of the FDA’s Office of Vaccines Research & Review and 32-year veteran of the agency, will leave at the end of October, and OVRR deputy director Phil Krause, who&rs...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/31/2021
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U.S. Intel’s Useless COVID-Origins Report

- August 30, 2021On the menu today: After 90 days and a direct request from the president, the U.S. intelligence community offers a page-and-a-half summary that tells the public nothing that it didn’t already know about COVID-19’s origins; the Washington Post reveals that the Taliban came to the U.S. military on August 15 asking for help with a problem; the gargantuan scale o...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/31/2021
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Is graphene oxide what caused Japanese authorities to suspend Moderna’s “contaminated” covid vaccines?

- August 30, 2021At least 1.63 million doses of Moderna’s Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” have been suspended in Japan after it was discovered that the vials contain “contamination” in the form of “foreign materials.”On August 26, the country’s health ministry discovered that at least 390 doses, or 39 vials, of the Moderna injection ...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/30/2021
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Supreme Court Strikes Down CDC’s Unconstitutional Eviction Moratorium

- August 27, 2021The Supreme Court on Thursday ended the CDC’s unconstitutional eviction moratorium that was set to expire October 3 in a challenge brought by landlords and real estate groups, Reuters reported.The highest court of the land ruled 6-3 along ideological lines that the CDC’s moratorium needs congressional authorization in order to continue.The three liberal justices d...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/27/2021
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Ottawa Government to cover burial costs for Canadians killed by approved vaccines

- August 26, 2021Burial costs covered for Canadians killed by approved vaccinesBurial costs will now be covered by Ottawa for individuals killed by federally approved vaccines.According to Blacklock’s Reporter, the department of health will pick up the tab and says the new program “addresses a longstanding gap in Canada’s national immunization programming by providing a timely, n...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/26/2021
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Trump the populist is losing his base over this one issue that increasingly defines the times

- August 24, 2021Former president gets booed at one of his own ralliesFor millions of Americans the definition of ‘fully vaccinated’ is about to change, casting them back into the outer edges of society with the ‘unclean’ and the untouchablesAmericans are growing restless over where the Covid narrative is heading, and there seems to be a growing disconnect between “we...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/24/2021
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The Dangers of Going Back to School After a Year of COVID-19 Lockdowns

- August 24, 2021“Every day in communities across the United States, children and adolescents spend the majority of their waking hours in schools that have increasingly come to resemble places of detention more than places of learning.”—Investigative journalist Annette FuentesOnce upon a time in America, parents breathed a sigh of relief when their kids went back to sch...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/24/2021
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Study: Symptomatic COVID-19 patients are FOUR TIMES as likely to spread the virus to close contacts as those without symptoms

- August 23, 2021COVID-19 patients who develop symptoms are four times as likely to spread the virus as those who are asymptomatic, a new study finds. Researchers from the University of Georgia in Atlanta and the Zhejiang Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Hangzhou, China, looked into COVID-19 transmission data in the Zhejiang province in the south east part of ...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/23/2021
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Report: First US COVID deaths happened a lot earlier than first known

- August 23, 2021An exclusive report from the San Jose Mercury News revealed that death records indicate that an unknown respiratory virus contributed to fatalities in Jan. 2020 in California, Alabama, Georgia, Kansas, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. The first reported case was said to be just outside of Seattle, Washington in early January after a man flew to the state from China while ill...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/23/2021
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Bloomberg: The Vaccinated Are Worried and Scientists Don’t Have Answers

- August 22, 2021Anecdotes tell us what the data can’t: Vaccinated people appear to be getting the coronavirus at a surprisingly high rate. But exactly how often isn’t clear, nor is it certain how likely they are to spread the virus to others. Though it is evident vaccination still provides powerful protection against the virus, there’s growing concern that vaccinated people...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/22/2021
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Former CDC Chief Doesn’t Foresee Fresh Lockdowns Over Recent COVID-19 Spike

- August 17, 2021A former head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Aug. 15 that schools might close over a recent spike in COVID-19 cases, but that he doesn’t believe lockdowns will be reimposed.“I don’t think so,” Richard Besser, an acting director of the CDC during the Obama administration, said on ABC’s &ldq...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/17/2021
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Moderna Receives FDA Fast-Track Approval for RSV Vaccine

- August 16, 2021Flying under the radar in the shadow of COVID, the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) has been staging a pandemic of its own, of sorts, in 2021, and now Moderna has announced that the FDA is approving a fast track for its RSV vaccine.RSV can be spread through the air when someone coughs or sneezes. It also can contaminate solid surfaces. It causes bronchial conditions and pneumonia...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/16/2021
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Brown University Study: Children Born During COVID Pandemic Appear to Have Lower IQs, Stunted Neurodevelopment

- August 13, 2021A study has found that children born during the COVID pandemic have “significantly reduced verbal, motor, and overall cognitive performance compared to children born pre-pandemic.”Titled “Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Early Child Cognitive Development: Initial Findings in a Longitudinal Observational Study of Child Health,” the study was cond...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/13/2021
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CDC Director Dr Rochelle Walensky is blasted over tweet urging 'pregnant PEOPLE' to get COVID vaccine

- August 13, 2021The director of the CDC has been condemned on Twitter for using the phrase 'pregnant people' while urging expectant mothers to get vaccinated.Dr Rochelle Walensky wrote: 'The rise in cases, vaccine hesitancy, and the increased risk of severe illness for pregnant people make vaccination against #COVID19 more urgent than ever. Read why @CDCgov recommends that pregnant pe...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/13/2021
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WHO-led trial is studying three anti-inflammatory drugs as potential COVID-19 treatments

- August 13, 2021A clinical trial led by the World Health Organization (WHO) is looking at three anti-inflammatory drugs as potential treatments for COVID-19.On Wednesday, the agency said researchers will be looking at medications used to treat malaria, leukemia and autoimmune diseases such as arthritis.Scientists believe that anti-inflammatory drugs can quell the immune s...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/13/2021
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Is the US About to Experience a Massive Shortage of Healthcare Workers?

- August 11, 2021by Aden TateWhether we’re talking about nurses, surgeons, or general practitioners, the US has already experienced a shortage of healthcare workers. Is it about to get worse? We’ve already seen the beginnings of this throughout the past two years.In Alpine, Texas, the Big Bend Regional Medical Center briefly shut down its labor and delivery unit. Why? No...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/11/2021
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If your employer fires you because you won’t get the COVID vaccine, don’t expect to collect unemployment

- August 7, 2021‘This could lead to tens of thousands of people across the United States without work or access to unemployment benefits because they refuse to get vaccinated,’ one employment attorney saidYou can get fired for not getting a COVID-19 vaccine if your employer requires it.Each day more employers are telling employees they need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 t...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/07/2021
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Some people who refuse to get vaccinated may not be eligible to receive unemployment benefits

- August 8, 2021Individuals who refuse to be vaccinated against the coronavirus may not be eligible to receive unemployment benefits, a KHOU-TV report finds.KHOU’s Mia Salenetri says that generally speaking, people fired for refusing required vaccines — including the new COVID-19 vaccine — can be denied unemployment benefits in some cases.“Some who refuse [shots] may be loo...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/07/2021
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UK Researchers: Cholesterol Drug Reduces Covid-19 Infection by 70%

- August 7, 2021A drug that treats cholesterol reduces Covid infection by 70% in lab studies, according to a team of researchers in the UK.The researchers published their findings in the Frontiers in Pharmacology journal on Friday.Fenofibrate and fenofibric acid significantly reduced Covid infection in human cells so expect this affordable medication to be blacklisted soon.“Our data indicate...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/07/2021
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FORT DETRICK – SOURCE of COVID-19?

- August 5, 2021FORT DETRICK, the nerve center of US biological weapons program, was “shut down” in July 2019 but resumed back on November 25, 2019. Is this FORT the Source of COVID-19?Is FORT DETRICK the SOURCE of COVID-19?In the months leading up to the Outbreak of COVID-19 in China, US media reported an outbreak of a fatal respiratory disease of unknown cause near Fort Det...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/05/2021
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Americans are feeling pessimistic about the pandemic
Nearly 50% say COVID crisis is getting worse amid spread of Indian 'Delta' variant

- August 5, 2021WARNING: Some claims in this news item are disputed and/or contain misleading information.Americans are feeling pessimistic about the future of the COVID-19 pandemic for the first time in several months, a new poll finds.Conducted by Gallup, the survey found a sharp decline in people who feel the country's coronavirus situation is getting better, from 89 percent in Ju...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/05/2021
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Almost 72,000 US children tested positive for COVID-19 last week making up 19% of cases
Fewer than 2% end up hospitalized

- August 5, 2021Nearly 72,000 American children tested positive for COVID-19 last week, a new report finds.The figure is a dramatic spike from the almost 39,000 under-18s who contracted the virus last week, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).  This brings the total of pediatric Covid cases to more than 4.1 million since the start of the pandemic.According to ...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/05/2021
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mRNA INVENTOR hit by hackers
2 millions attacks from China

- August 4, 2021more than 2 million hits from bots based in China took Ghion Journal offline for more than three hours.What we do know is that this was a sophisticated effort that could not have been conducted by lone wolves, this was the work of nefarious entities— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) August 3, 2021 "Below is the article that most likely precipitated the attack,...  READ MORE
nolanf
08/04/2021
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House Democrats fail to get enough votes to extend COVID eviction ban
The eviction ban stops landlords from evicting their tenants during the pandemic and expires Sunday.

- July 31, 2021House Democrat leaders failed Friday to get enough votes to extend the ban on evictions amid the pandemic two days before it is set to expire."We don’t have the votes," a Democratic aide told The Hill after two Democratic lawmakers said that the possible floor vote Friday had been scrapped.President Biden urged Congress the day before to extend th...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/31/2021
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CDC mask recommendations have changed again. What's required in your state?

- July 28, 2021WARNING: Some claims in this news item are disputed and/or contain misleading information.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced in May that fully vaccinated individuals didn't need to wear masks in most settings — but that guidance changed Tuesday in light of new data and rising cases.Now even fully vaccinated Americans should wear ma...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/28/2021
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China denies WHO accusations that it refused to share data during investigation into Covid-19's origins

- July 17, 2021 China has rebuffed accusations by the World Health Organization that it failed to share vital raw data during their investigation into the origins of Covid-19, insisting experts were given adequate access when they visited the country this year.    The WHO is facing intensifying pressure for a new, in-depth investigation into the pandemic'...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/17/2021
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BBC Offers Lanyards to Staff Wanting to Continue Social Distancing When Returning to the Office

- July 17, 2021Having recognised that a sizeable proportion of its workforce does not want to return to normality just yet, the BBC is offering white lanyards to staff who are returning to the office but would like to continue ‘social distancing’. Employees are also being asked to disclose their vaccination status, but they have been told they will still be able to come to offices if t...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/17/2021
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Britain Set to Carry Out Largest Flu Vaccine Roll-Out in Its History This Winter

- July 17, 2021The flu programme will begin in September and will be the biggest in UK history For the first time, students in secondary school will be offered the flu jab Programme comes as UK faces double threat of Covid and influenza this winter More than 35 million people will be able to access free flu vaccines this winter as the UK prepares to face a double threat of coro...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/17/2021
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Large Remdesivir Study Finds No COVID-19 Survival Benefit

- July 17, 2021A lack of consensus in the evidence regarding the antiviral remdesivir (Veklury) to treat people with COVID-19 continues, leaving clinicians without clear direction on one of the few treatments for the illness approved under US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) emergency use authorization.The latest research comes from Michael Ohl, MD, MSPH, and colleagues who studied a large group...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/17/2021
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National teacher's union president backpedals after tweeting Gov. Ron DeSantis would cause 'millions' to die in Florida because of his 'ignorance' on COVID

- July 16, 2021The head of America's second-largest teacher's union walked back her criticism of Florida's governor less than 24 hours after she said 'millions' would die because of his COVID-19 'ignorance.'  Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, retweeted a Washington Post article about anti-Dr. Anthony Fauci&...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/16/2021
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England & Whales: Since the 8th of March, There Have Been 9,484 *Fewer* Deaths Than Normal

- July 13, 2021Today the ONS announced that there were 8,808 deaths in England and Wales in the week ending 2nd July 2021. This is 118 more than the previous week, but still 5.2% below the five-year average. Here’s the chart from the ONS:Deaths in England and Wales have now been below the five-year average for 14 of the past 17 weeks. Over that time, there were 9,484 ...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/13/2021
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Nearly 93% of democrats say they have gotten the SHOT or plan to and only 46% of Republicans say the same

- July 12, 2021“You know,” Rep. Chip Roy is telling RealClearPolitics after balking at the administration’s latest COVID vaccine push and after all but telling President Biden to pound sand, “my dad had polio.”It is a surprising start to the interview given that, about an hour earlier, the congressman tweeted a black-and-white image of a syringe. Federal hea...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/12/2021
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CDC, FDA say no need for booster shots right now.
Pfizer’s proposed booster shot rejected!

- July 10, 2021 How often do America’s two top public-health agencies issue a joint statement telling a major pharma company, “Um, thanks, but the product you’re pushing is unnecessary”?I think they have a good reason, which I anticipated in this post last night. They’re worried that Pfizer raising the prospect of a third shot at a moment when the feds ...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/10/2021
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UK Government Adviser Says Fatigue, Headache, Sore Throat, & Diarrhea Should Be Added To COVID Symptoms List

- July 2, 2021A SAGE government adviser has said that fatigue, headache, sore throat and diarrhoea should be added to the list of COVID symptoms, prompting concerns that this will artificially inflate case numbers.The London Times reports: “Including fatigue, headache, sore throat and diarrhoea on the official list of Covid symptoms would pick up a third more cases of the virus, Calum S...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/02/2021
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American Airlines cancels 500+ flights in 4 days due to labor shortages
Union: Not enough pilots

- July 1, 2021American Airlines canceled more than 500 flights across a span of just four days as they deal with serious operational issues put in motion by the coronavirus pandemic. They’ve also been forced to reduce their July schedule by 1 percent.According to data from One Mile at A Time, the airline canceled 83 flights on Friday, June 18. This was followed by 123 flights on Saturda...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/01/2021
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US Poll: COVID-19 no longer top problem
Americans cite worries about govt., race relations, economy

- July 1, 2021Only 8% of Americans say Covid-19 is the country's top problem. That's compared to the all-time high of 45% of American's who said it was the top problem in the U.S. a little over a year ago. That's according to a recent Gallup poll.Gallup says the new poll is the first time Covid-19 concerns were not one of the top two concerns cited since the pandemic originally bec...  READ MORE
nolanf
07/01/2021
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Evidence SARS-CoV-2 Was in US Earlier Than Previously Thought

- June 30, 2021National Institutes of Health (NIH) research published June 15, 2021, found antibody evidence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the U.S. earlier than previously thoughtSeven of nine persons whose blood tested positive for antibodies were black or HispanicThe authors are concerned about possibly increased susceptibility in minority populationsNass believes this story was dribbled out now to...  READ MORE
nolanf
06/30/2021
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