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Study cited by CDC to justify new mask guidance rejected by peer review, based on vaccine not used in US

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At least one of the studies that was cited by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to justify changing their guidance on masks was based on a vaccine that is not authorized for use in America and was rejected by a peer review.

The study in question from researchers in India analyzed vaccine breakthrough in over 100 healthcare workers and claims to show that a COVID-19 Delta variant infection generates a higher viral load in comparison to other variants.

Despite no mention in the study of viral loads from the variant against unvaccinated individuals, the CDC cited it in yesterday's updated brief as evidence that the Delta variant is transmissible from a vaccinated individual with a breakthrough infection.

Comment: From day one it has never been about The Science™. The Science™ is cherry-picked to allow the elites to impose whatever mandate they want to impose, so a pulled study, or an irrelevant one, serves as good as anything else to justify their dictates. For this reason, this exposure will likely change nothing.

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Majority of Covid patients in hospital may have been admitted for OTHER ailments before testing positive, leaked NHS data suggests

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Medical workers move a patient between ambulances outside of the Royal London Hospital in London, Britain, January 27, 2021.
Over 50% of Covid patients in England tested positive only after being hospitalised - likely for other reasons - leaked NHS data has suggested, raising questions about the true impact the virus is having on the healthcare system.

The previously hidden figures, covering all NHS trusts in England, showed that as of last week, only 44% of those classified as Covid patients had tested positive for the virus by the time they were admitted to hospital. Despite broad public testing for the disease, an incredible 56% of Covid hospitalisations involve already-admitted patients who were administered routine Covid tests, the Telegraph reported. Forty-three percent of Covid-positive patients were identified within two days of admission, while 13% were flagged in the following days and weeks.

According to the outlet, health officials were instructed last month to begin placing Covid patients into two categories: those who were in hospital primarily because of the virus, and those who were admitted for other reasons. However, the NHS has so far withheld this data from the public.

Comment: Since the beginning of the pandemic there's been controversy around how Covid deaths have been recorded (the lack of distinction between dying of Covid versus dying with Covid), so it's rather unsurprising that the hospitalization figures are being fudged in a similar way. If 56% of "hospitalized Covid patients" were admitted for different reasons, imagine how much the Covid hospitalization numbers would tank if they were honest about them.

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BioNTech aims to develop mRNA-based malaria vaccine

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General view shows the laboratories of BioNTech at their COVID-19 vaccine production facility as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Marburg, Germany, March 27, 2021.
BioNTech (22UAy.DE) wants to build on its success in COVID-19 by developing the first vaccine for malaria based on mRNA technology and aims to start clinical testing by the end on 2022, in an attempt to eradicate the mosquito-borne illness.

The Mainz, Germany-based company, which developed a COVID-19 vaccine with its partner Pfizer (PFE.N) in ten months, said on Monday it is also exploring vaccine production in Africa as part of efforts to build up manufacturing capacity on the continent.

"The response to the pandemic has shown that science and innovation can transform people's lives when all key stakeholders work together towards a common goal," said BioNTech Chief Executive and co-founder Ugur Sahin.

Comment: The long term data isn't even in yet and they're already looking to branch out to spread their experimental genetic injections more thoroughly across the planet. How much hijacking of the genetic machinery can one person take?

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Alarm Clock

The UK's case numbers are falling: Does that prove lockdowns don't work?

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I've written a piece for Mail+ today asking whether the rapid decline in daily cases since 'Freedom Day' suggests that lockdowns don't work. Here's the kernel of the argument.
For critics of the lockdown policy like me, this is beginning to look like vindication. We have long argued that the ebb and flow of the virus isn't affected by state interventions, pointing out that cases seem to rise and fall in the same wave-like patterns across similar regions, irrespective of the action taken by different leaders.

For instance, the states of California and Florida share a number of characteristics, but their governors have taken very different approaches to managing the virus. Gavin Newsom, the democratic governor of California, has imposed some of the most severe restrictions in the United States, while Ron DeSantis, the republican governor of Florida, has imposed some of the lightest. Yet the number of Covid deaths in each state are almost identical - 163 per 100,000 in California and 179 per 100,000 in Florida.

Comment: Lockdowns had nothing to do with 'protecting granny' and everything to do with social conditioning.


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Objective:Health: ITN: Summertime Flu; High CO2 in Children Wearing Masks; J&J Sunscreen Recall

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On this episode of Objective:Health we do another news roundup where we take a look at the latest health-related headlines making the rounds.

This week we look into the summertime resurgence of what are normally winter illnesses, the population of France being overrun with heavy metals, high carbon dioxide levels in kids wearing masks and a truly stunning study that finds meat substitutes are not nutritionally equivalent to real meat (shocking!).

We also talk about the latest lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson for cancer-causing ingredients in their sunscreens.

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Medical journal the Lancet accused of costing lives by sitting on a study showing human transmission of Covid-19 that was suppressed by China

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Richard Horton (pictured), is editor-in-chief of the Lancet, which said in a statement that 'all papers of major public health importance were shared as soon as possible while ensuring rigorous peer-review'
The world's most famous medical journal, The Lancet, sat on vital information being suppressed by China proving that the Covid virus could jump from human to human and was spreading outside of Wuhan in the early days of the pandemic.

Its editors also failed to share critical evidence - given to them by brave Chinese scientists trying to alert the world to the danger of the new disease - that showed the new coronavirus could be spread by people who were not displaying symptoms.

The revelation has emerged in a new book by Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust.

Health

Anxiety & depression in children are on the rise. What can we do to help them?

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Children wearing face masks on the seashore in Fregene, near Rome, Italy.
Lockdowns have severely damaged children's mental health, studies across the globe show. Amid the risk of new restrictions due to the Delta variant, RT asked experts what can be done to prevent aggravating their suffering.

With the Covid Delta variant spreading across the globe, the concept of 'pandemic fatigue' is back in the headlines. One by one, countries are bringing back restrictions that everybody hoped were lifted forever. According to the World Health Organization, pandemic fatigue is "an expected and natural response to a prolonged public health crisis" not just related to the virus itself, but to the "invasive measures with unprecedented impacts on the daily lives of everyone." In this context, reimposed restrictive measures would not be "unprecedented," but would this make them less harmful? Only if we draw conclusions from our recent experience, psychologists suggest, and prepare ourselves and our loved ones for the difficulties to come.

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CDC panel shows support for regular COVID booster shots, despite vaccine injury & deaths close to 500 THOUSAND

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VAERS data released today by the CDC showed a total of 491,218 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines, including 11,405 deaths and 48,385 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and July 16, 2021.

Data released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) included a total of almost 500,000 reports of injuries and deaths, across all age groups, following COVID vaccines — an increase of 27,761 compared with the previous week.

Comment: Not only does the "vaccine" NOT protect against catching COVID-19 (and ironically appears to increase risk of developing infection), it has conclusively been shown to produce serious adverse effects in vast numbers of people.

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Bad Guys

US could become 'Digital Dictatorship' with new Biden proposal

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A "new" proposal by the Biden administration to create a health-focused federal agency modeled after DARPA is not what it appears to be. Promoted as a way to "end cancer," this resuscitated "health DARPA" conceals a dangerous agenda.

[April 28, 2020], President Biden was widely praised in mainstream and health-care-focused media for his call to create a "new biomedical research agency" modeled after the U.S. military's "high-risk, high-reward" Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA. As touted by the president, the agency would seek to develop "innovative" and "breakthrough" treatments for cancer, Alzheimer's disease and diabetes, with a call to "end cancer as we know it."

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Attention

The flimsy evidence behind the CDC's push to vaccinate children

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Henry Cantlin,12, gets a Covid-19 vaccine in Philadelphia, May 14.
A tremendous number of government and private policies affecting kids are based on one number: 335. That is how many children under 18 have died with a Covid diagnosis code in their record, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Yet the CDC, which has 21,000 employees, hasn't researched each death to find out whether Covid caused it or if it involved a pre-existing medical condition.

Without these data, the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices decided in May that the benefits of two-dose vaccination outweigh the risks for all kids 12 to 15. I've written hundreds of peer-reviewed medical studies, and I can think of no journal editor who would accept the claim that 335 deaths resulted from a virus without data to indicate if the virus was incidental or causal, and without an analysis of relevant risk factors such as obesity.

My research team at Johns Hopkins worked with the nonprofit FAIR Health to analyze approximately 48,000 children under 18 diagnosed with Covid in health-insurance data from April to August 2020. Our report found a mortality rate of zero among children without a pre-existing medical condition such as leukemia. If that trend holds, it has significant implications for healthy kids and whether they need two vaccine doses. The National Education Association has been debating whether to urge schools to require vaccination before returning to school in person. How can they or anyone debate the issue without the right data?

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