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What do we know about the novel coronavirus?
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  • Well, what can I say. It’s not worse than I though, it does not create spikes but is more endotoxic than expected. and go’s everywhere, the long term really is not good at all. Several deseases generates from this exact cell issues. And the spike being the main toxin of all cloths it’s amazing. Simply amazing it’s like covid with no spikes it’s almost nothing more tha a replication machine.LOL

    Question is, since this is mass murder ultra , mega killing with rewards as $100 for shot or punishment in France for not being shot. How will this be viewed in the future and what excuse will they have to obviously save them selfs from this massacre.

    For me, from my perspective I think it’s too late to stop this shit. Mental ware fare is allready lost with all this hordes of people running for a shot !

    By this stage anyone with normal or little under IQ should by now know this is depopulation at it finest form. Very sophisticated way in a very complex plan from a well thought virus with its variations. 5 years plan in my view this first stage. 2030 main target for the new world. How hard will

    Vitaliy did you got the vaccine shot? Are you comfortable or are you happy?

    Are you willing to die by the virus or the vaccine?

  • The number of viral particles required for infection for the "Delta" - strain of coronavirus is 10 times lower than for the Wuhan strain, so this variant spreads faster. This was announced by Rinat Maksyutov, General Director of the Vector Center.

    According to scientists from the UK, the "Indian" infects people 60% better than the previous record holder, the alpha strain, which, in turn, was 50% more infectious than other versions of SARS-CoV-2.

    Chinese researchers have determined that in the nasopharynx of a person who has caught the delta, 1000 times more viral particles are found than in those who have contracted some other variant.

    Average time from infection to symptom onset, ie the incubation period for the delta strain. It was 4.4 days against 5.2 during the first outbreak in Wuhan. The time it takes for one infected person to infect the next was a frightening 2.9 days - at the beginning of 2020 with the original coronavirus it hovered around 5.7 days

  • Israel is leading the pack

    At an emergency meeting convened on Tuesday, August 10, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett adopted a number of decisions and recommendations to strengthen the fight against the epidemic in Israel. In particular, it was determined that the "green standard" (hatav hayarok) will be applied in all sectors of the economy. It will be required for all Israelis over the age of 3.

    The state will subsidize coronavirus testing for children under 12. Parents of children over this age will have to pay for testing on their own. This applies to everyone who has refused compulsory vaccination - adults and children.

    According to the recommendations, the green standard will be applied in the vast majority of industries, government and public institutions, including: swimming pools, gyms, academic institutions, at all mass cultural and sports events, conferences and exhibitions, in museums, libraries, restaurants, hotels. etc.

    Throughout the country, it is planned to conduct massive raids to identify those infected. They will be forcibly sent to quarantine in order to interrupt the chain of infections.

  • Herd immunity is a myth

    The delta strain of coronavirus makes it impossible for herd immunity to form against COVID-19 because it will continue to infect even people who have already been vaccinated, said Professor Andrew Pollard, head of the Oxford Coronavirus Vaccine Group, which is working with AstraZeneca.

    Even if all children are vaccinated, it will not stop transmission of the virus, he told British MPs. He is quoted by the BBC. Instead, he suggested focusing on optimizing treatment for those already severely ill with COVID-19.

    "The problem is that this virus is not a measles virus. If 95% of the population is vaccinated against measles, the measles virus can no longer be transmitted," the Guardian quotes him. anyone who has not yet been vaccinated will sooner or later meet this virus. And we have nothing that can completely stop its transmission. "

    The vaccines already in use, he said, are effective in protecting against severe cases of coronavirus infection and death, but not from infection.

  • New strain

    Specialists from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the Mailman School of Public Health have conducted a study of a new strain of coronavirus dubbed Iota. According to a preprint of the study published on the portal, the lethality of the virus detected in the United States could increase by 82%.

    After evaluating the data obtained in New York from November last year to April this year, scientists also found that Iota is able to transmit 15-25% faster than other known mutations of the coronavirus.

    In addition, this strain can increase the infection fatality ratio by 46% for people aged 45-64 years, 82% for people 65-74 years old, and 62% for citizens over 75 years old.

  • According to the US CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), the number of new cases of COVID in the US has increased by 700% since July 1.

    There is no doubt that we are now seeing a surge in incidence, "said Dr. William Moss, professor of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

    In the United States, new cases were low at the end of June, averaging about 10,000 per day. Today the average is approaching 125,000 a day.

  • Iceland


    75% got two shots, yet number of sick (line) show that virus did not know it.

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  • At this point is pretty clear that vaccine is not for immunity is for control.

  • @endotoxic Agreed. And I'm not sure we can trust any statistics that come out of the CDC and the NIH right now. I think they are compromised institutions. VAERS data likewise is likely being scrubbed systematically.

  • More on vaccination passports

    Samsung today announced that it has partnered with non-profit The Commons Project to help digitize people’s vaccination records. Once a user has authenticated their record through the CommonHealth app, they can add the details to their Samsung Pay wallet for “convenient access and use.”

  • Apple has again pushed back its planned return to the office for US workers due to a surge in COVID-19 cases. Bloomberg reports that the company has shifted its October date to January, though the schedule remains tentative for now.

  • Vietnam - army controlling main cities


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  • The largest amusement park in Germany (5.8 million visitors) divided its visitors into vaccinated and unvaccinated. Since Monday, visitors have been handed out bracelets of different colors: white for the vaccinated and recovered, colored for guests who must pass a rapid test and, therefore, are not vaccinated.

    Thus, any visitor could know the state of vaccination of any other by the wrist.

  • So now they are discriminating people, nazi style regime. Hail to Biden!!! Hail

  • @endotoxic

    And it is very humble.

    Within year we will have worldwide, WHO approved electronic tags. Not only with coronavirus vaccination, but with lot of other vaccinations. Most probably it will be all smartphone based at the start.

    Samsung devices that support Samsung Pay can now store digital versions of users’ COVID-19 vaccination cards, through a partnership with healthcare nonprofit The Commons Project, the smartphone company announced.

    It will be required to visit anything, including any shop, transport and such. All visits will be recorded.

    In next round - if you will be working not enough or company will have complains on you - your status will also change and you will be prohibited to visit lot of things.

  • It seems that there is not a single living place in the human body where the coronavirus has not penetrated. Is he that ubiquitous?

    Of course, yes. Narrow specialists are also involved. But the main targets for the virus remain primarily the lungs, then the brain, heart, liver, kidneys, and pancreas. In all organs, vessels and their endothelium play an important role. And the most important thing is damage to the organs of the immune system. At a recent seminar hosted by the Swiss Society of Pathologists, the idea was raised that this is not just an immunodeficiency, but a deep dysfunction of the immune system.

    Do you mean that covid provokes the appearance of autoimmune diseases?

    Autoimmune diseases - no doubt about it. And also, unfortunately, as a result of exposure to the coronavirus, the formation of memory immune cells is disrupted.

    What does it mean?

    We once dreamed that covid could become something like measles: a person was ill or vaccinated, and then that's it, immune memory cells will provide protection to death. But this did not work out with the coronavirus, including because memory immune cells are also affected.

  • Smart approach in China

    Having found three patients in Shenzhen, the whole city was put on ears and we within two weeks - twice a week - passed PCR tests. There is a peculiarity - we were grouped by 10 people (they dropped the material into one test tube) and then one test was carried out for 10 people.

    If there was a positive result for any group, then they immediately dealt with a group of 10 people - again.

  • The rtPCR tests are, however, notoriously inaccurate and likely designed to show positive results where none exist.

  • @firstbase

    Just stop this. All this fake right wing sites are posting tons of bullshit about this. Only issue they really found is more false positives on the extreme number of iterations.

    PCR tests are now only useful thing for testing viral stuff.

    In reality such tests had been used for long time and are proven extremely accurate, for example, for sex transmitter viruses.

  • Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have identified an antibody that is highly protective at low doses against a wide range of viral variants. Moreover, the antibody attaches to a part of the virus that differs little across the variants, meaning that it is unlikely for resistance to arise at this spot. The findings, available online in the journal Immunity, could be a step toward developing new antibody-based therapies that are less likely to lose their potency as the virus mutates.

  • Ho Chi Minh City is the epicenter of Vietnam's fourth wave of COVID-19 and so far has recorded nearly 200,000 positive cases and more than 6,000 deaths. Factories in the southern provinces and cities like Hanoi, Da Nang and Hue will have to shut down unless the workers are offered meals and beds on site.