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What do we know about the novel coronavirus?
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  • It's starting to sound like the plot to the Amazon series Utopia in here. I should add a remake of a 2013 British series.

  • The head of the World Health Organization acknowledged it was premature to rule out a potential link between the COVID-19 pandemic and a laboratory leak, and he said Thursday he is asking China to be more transparent as scientists search for the origins of the coronavirus.

    Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said getting access to raw data had been a challenge for the international team that traveled to China earlier this year to investigate the source of COVID-19.

    U.N. health agency based in Geneva is “asking actually China to be transparent, open and cooperate, especially on the information, raw data that we asked for at the early days of the pandemic.”

    There had been a “premature push” to rule out the theory that the virus might have escaped from a Chinese government lab in Wuhan - undermining WHO’s own March report, which concluded that a laboratory leak was “extremely unlikely.”

    “I was a lab technician myself, I’m an immunologist, and I have worked in the lab, and lab accidents happen,” Tedros said. “It’s common.”

    China will be blamed, 100% now.

  • A group of scientists from the Center for Cancer Research in Seattle (USA) have discovered an antibody that is able to fight various coronaviruses, including SARS-CoV2. The research results are published in the journal Nature.

    Biochemists have studied 12 antibodies that were derived from people who had been infected by various forms of coronavirus. The authors of the study compiled a list of thousands of mutations in the binding domains of various variants of SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses belonging to the sarbecovirus group. Among them, one was identified - S2H97 - capable of attaching to the binding domains of all sarbecoviruses, neutralizing their effect in living cells. Experts have called it "supernatural" because of its versatility.

    And yet we don't have any mentioning of such cure development (if you exclude one that Mordor prepares).

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  • People in France who enter a bar or restaurant without a COVID pass face 6 months in jail, while business owners who fail to check their status face a 1 year prison sentence and a €45,000 fine.

    New laws coming.

  • Vaccines are not stopping Delta from spreading at all


    UK dynamics.

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  • US and Delta

    During a White House briefing, Rochelle Walenski, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the average number of coronavirus infections in seven days rose by almost 70 percent in just one week, to about 26,300 cases per day. The average seven-day hospitalization period also increased by about 36 percent over the previous seven-day period.

  • UK chief scientific advisor Patrick Vallance stated that roughly 60% of people being admitted to hospitals in the UK have already received two vaccine doses. Top health authorities in Israel have arrived at a similar conclusion, warning that the Pfizer jab is only 64% effective.

  • Highly respected medical expert Dr. Peter McCullough reveals the horrific effects of the so-called "vaccines".

  • @firstbase

    All I see is guy trying to using strange logic, never using any statistics and he should. He is also 100% interested to blame vaccines as his main income last year had been treating COVID using his own approach.

    Interesting part is about spike protein and blood clots.

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  • Complications are widespread

    In 20-30% of those who have had a coronavirus infection, thrombosis may occur as part of the postcoid syndrome. This is stated in the memo (.pdf) of the Ministry of Health on the prevention of complications after COVID-19 disease.

    Among other serious complications after the illness, the department attributed dyspnea (it is observed in 31.7% of those who had recovered), cough (13.5%), complaints of chest pain and tachycardia (12.7%).

    The above symptoms may indicate disturbances in the functioning of the patient's cardiovascular and respiratory systems, the Ministry of Health said. There are other symptoms that are less common, but they can lead to complications, the department warned.

    We are only in very early stages.

  • Very early stages my friend. At this point we can safely say, 1 of 4 will die in future from covid complications. Post covid or vaccines complications.

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  • Coronovirus can be spread through anal gases, the British government says.

    But the risk of transmission of COVID is low, as underwear and clothing serve as a filter equivalent to a mask.


  • Scientists in the UK have described possible scenarios for the development of coronavirus mutations, one of which suggests that the mortality of a new potential strain could be 35% pretty soon. This is stated in the report of the British Government Emergency Advisers Group (SAGE). The group is chaired by the chief scientific adviser to the government, Patrick Vallance, and is co-chaired by the chief sanitary officer of England Chris Whitty.

  • US authorities are exploring the possibility of introducing compulsory vaccinations at the federal level. This was announced on Friday on Fox News by the head of the US Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Rochelle Walensky.

    It seems soon all big countries will have such.

  • So now farts are lethal and forced vaccines will become a standard. Hell yeah brother.

    What a grate world we live in!!!

  • They will soon require N95 butt plugs in all public places.

  • @Scot

    If this guys required good N99 masks from the start as smart people suggested - we won't had 90-95% of all casualties from COVID.

    Making fun is nice, but watching miserable clerks is just sad.

  • Due to the spread of the delta coronavirus strain, the situation with infections in the United States will worsen, but the country is unlikely to face a new lockdown, said the chief infectious disease specialist of the United States Anthony Fauci in an interview with ABC News.

    “I don’t think we will find new lockdowns. I believe we have enough population in the country, not big enough to beat the outbreak, but I believe enough to keep us out of the situation we were in last winter. However, the situation will worsen, ” Fauci said.

  • According to Bloomberg, new COVID outbreak is now the broadest since the original outbreak in late 2019 as cases are being found in 14 of 32 provinces. The fact that delta has spread so widely across China - even if the case numbers, which are likely under-reporting (perhaps dramatically) the true levels of delta penetration, are still relatively low - is alarming government officials.

  • “At the start of the pandemic, it seemed that there could be no alternative to the anti-plague suit covering the entire body. But it is insanely difficult to work in such PPE in hot weather in summer, and it is rather difficult to dispose of them, ”Protsenko explained the need to abandon such suits.

    According to the head physician, a "reasonable balance" is needed between working conditions and epidemic safety requirements. As noted by Protsenko, experience shows that it is possible to protect doctors from the virus without complicating their lives. “Rospotrebnadzor heard us, our proposals were accepted,” he summed up.

    So, all this suits had been to scare people and make life for medical workers miserable, but not really required.

  • Amazon informed US warehouse employees on Friday that it is once again requiring them to wear masks to work in response to the spread of the more contagious COVID-19 delta variant. The company says it offers access to vaccines to over half a million of its employees, but it will require employees to mask up, regardless of their vaccination status.

    Amazon confirmed the mask mandate in an email statement:

    In response to the concerning spread of new COVID-19 variants in the U.S. and guidance from public health authorities and our own medical experts, we are requiring face coverings indoors regardless of vaccination status. We are monitoring the situation closely and will continue to follow local government guidance and work closely with leading medical healthcare professionals, gathering their advice and recommendations as we go forward to ensure our buildings are optimized for the safety of our teams.

    Here we go again.