• COVID Conflicts: Asymptomatic Testing, Lack of Danger to Kids

    1 month ago - By Mercola

    From Dr. Joseph Mercola
    Since COVID-19 first entered the scene, exchange of ideas has basically been outlawed. By sharing my views and those from various experts throughout the pandemic on COVID treatments and the experimental COVID jabs, I became a main target of the White House, the political establishment and the global cabal.
    Propaganda and pervasive censorship have been deployed to seize control over every part of your life, including your health, finances and food supply. The major media are key players and have been instrumental in creating and fueling fear.
    I am republishing this...
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  • US can expect fall, winter waves of COVID-19

    US can expect fall, winter waves of COVID-19

    1 month ago - By Healio

    The United States is moving into a dangerous period as it gets deeper into the fall and closer to winter, as speakers predicted another wave of COVID-19 to hit the country, similar to what Europe is experiencing.
    “The whole planet was immune and naive to SARS-CoV-2 as of January, so the novelty of the virus vis-à-vis the population bulldozes through the seasonal effects in the first year of emergence. We did see summer waves in the United States, but I do expect to see fall waves and winter waves in the U.S.... We need to steel ourselves for the months ahead because it's going to
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  • Without Evusheld, Immunocompromised People Are on Their Own Against COVID-19

    Without Evusheld, Immunocompromised People Are on Their Own Against COVID-19

    1 month ago - By Time

    When it comes to avoiding COVID-19 in the U.S., it's increasingly everyone for themselves. The Biden Administration announced it will end pandemic emergency declarations in May 2023 , which will affect the availability of free tests, treatments, and vaccines.
    But even now, nobody has fewer tools to protect themselves than immunocompromised people.
    On Jan. 26, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration revoked emergency-use authorization for Evusheld , a therapy first authorized in December 2021. Evusheld was meant to be used preventatively as an alternative to COVID-19 vaccines for people have...
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  • The U.S. COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Ends in May. Here's What Will Change

    1 month ago - By Time

    Almost since the emergence of COVID-19, the U.S. has treated the disease as both a national and public health emergency. That will end on May 11, 2023, the Biden Administration announced Jan. 30. The decision to end these important designations will have wide-ranging impacts on many health measures that Americans have come to take for granted over the past few years, including free vaccines, booster shots, tests, and treatments.
    Declaring COVID-19 a public health emergency in Jan. 2020 allowed the federal government-via a COVID-19 response led by the Department of Health and Human Services...
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  • Stock Up on Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests While You Can

    1 month ago - By Time

    As of May 11, the COVID-19 pandemic will no longer be considered a national or public health emergency in the U.S., the Biden Administration announced on Jan. 30. That's not only a symbolic move. It also means the government will stop footing the bill for things like COVID-19 tests, vaccines, and treatments, which could bring changes to many of the free programs U.S. residents have come to rely on throughout the pandemic.
    For example, the end of the public health emergency may mean the end of the federal government's free at-home test program , through which U.S. residents can periodically...
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