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Mar 24 07:03

France to close open-air markets, crack down on JOGGING to stop coronavirus spread

France is set to tighten its coronavirus lockdown rules, closing open-air markets and limiting outdoor workouts, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has said. Stricter rules come as the nation's Covid-19 death toll continues to mount.

Speaking to TF1 TV on Monday, Philippe announced he was about to sign a new decree, imposing stricter lockdown in the country. The restrictions, he noted, might be in force for "several more weeks."

Mar 24 07:02

COVID-19 should become less active in April-May, Russian expert says

The expert noted that the predictions claiming that the new infection will affect the majority of the world’s population are unlikely

Mar 24 06:13

Lack Of N95 Respirator Masks Found To Be Fault Of Obama Administration

The Obama administration never replenished stocks of N95 respirator masks after the 2009 H1N1 outbreak, leading to the current shortage.

Obama is to Blame for the Shortage!

President Trump has come under fire by Democrats and leftists for supposedly not preparing the country for the coronavirus outbreak.

Mar 24 05:31

Does the Coronavirus Pandemic Serve a Global Agenda?

Although Chloroquine was cited second on the WHO’s original list of drugs to be evaluated for coronavirus treatment as a drug on its list of “essential medicines,” the WHO has not yet released any information about it and has not even mentioned the four clinical trials that received official European Union approval. While the WHO has repeatedly praised China and South Korea, for their “efficient response” using draconian quarantine measures, there has been no mention of the fact that those countries are using Chloroquine as an efficient Covid-19 treatment. But having used Chloroquine together with quarantine, China is nearing the end of its epidemic.

Mar 24 05:22

Coronavirus COVID-19 can be transmitted in areas with hot and humid climate: WHO

Amid the rising coronavirus cases in India and other parts of the world, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that the COVID-19 virus can be transmitted in all areas, including areas with hot and humid weather.
The WHO has said that people should adopt protective measures and avoid travel to an area reporting coronavirus COVID-19. The best way to keep yourself protected against coronavirus is by frequently washing your hands because by doing this you eliminate viruses from your hand and avoid infection that could occur by then touching your eyes, mouth, and nose.

Mar 24 05:21

67 days to infect first 1 lakh people, just 4 days for third 1 lakh cases: How the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating

Amid the rising coronavirus cases across the globe, the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday (March 23) warned that the coronavirus pandemic is “accelerating” but it was still possible to “change the trajectory” of the outbreak of deadly virus.
The WHO remarks came at a time when the number of deaths across the world crossed 16,000, with over 3.78 lakh infected worldwide. "The pandemic is accelerating," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a virtual news briefing.

Mar 24 05:20

World Health Organisation teams up with FIFA, WhatsApp to fight coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

As the situation across the globe turns out to be alarming with continous increase in coronavirus cases World Health organisation teams up with FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association) and social media company WhatsApp to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday WHO's Director general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus launched “pass the message to kick out coronavirus” video campaign and spoke about WHO's collaboration with FIFA, WhatsApp and other organisation to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Mar 24 05:10

Last Man Standing

China suffered through the H1N1 coronavirus epidemic in 2008 largely because the CDC took 6 months to identify it and, as a result, 300,000 died prematurely. SARS (774 deaths) was the clincher. They created a hair-trigger alarm system, mandated post-mortem pneumonia DNA testing nationwide, and promoted the CDC head, Dr. George F. Gao[1], to Demigod.

Their Covid-19 emergency has now passed and must give Dr. Gao a B+ because, though his system contained a potential epidemic it suffered from a weakness: local politicians could delay, (but not stop) the alarm sounding. Doubtless for sound bureaucratic reasons, Wuhan officials delayed notifying Beijing for a few weeks but, after Beijing pried the information from the Wuhan Director of Public Health[2], the system swung into action, everyone pitched in, and they literally killed it.

Mar 24 04:36

Dr Judy Mikovits PHD Fired, Jailed and Broke For Proof of Vaccine Injuries

Mar 24 00:30

Dr. Marc Siegel: Virus response threatens our ability to 'stay together as a society'

Fox News contributor Dr. Marc Siegel added his voice to a growing chorus of medical, political and economic experts who are warning that the U.S. must change its approach to the coronavirus pandemic or risk doing more harm to the country than the actual disease.

"About three or four weeks from now, we're going to back off of these draconian measures because we won't be able to stay together as a society if we don't," warned Siegel on Fox Nation's "Deep Dive" on Monday.

Mar 24 00:27

Suicides from depression will be ‘FAR GREATER’ than coronavirus deaths unless America reopens for business ‘soon’ – Trump

Our country was not built to be shut down.

Social distancing rules may be relaxed sometime ‘soon’ to prevent “tremendous death” from economic and social depression that could end up worse than the coronavirus itself, President Donald Trump said.

“People get tremendous anxiety and depression and you have suicide over things like this, when you have a terrible economy, you have death,” Trump said Monday at the White House daily press briefing, adding it would “definitely would be in far greater numbers than we’re talking about with regard to the virus.”

President Trump on economy: "We can't turn that off and think it's going to be wonderful. There'll be tremendous repercussions. There will be tremendous death...probably more death from that than anything that we're talking about with respect to the virus." pic.twitter.com/82WEb4HJ8z

Mar 24 00:19

Back to Work by March 30: A Coronavirus Imperative

China and Russia are open for business and working at close to capacity, as America shutters most all business and industry in states such as Pennsylvania, New York, California, New Jersey, and Connecticut. In many cases only select manufacturing companies are allowed to operate, which means most manufacturers will be short of parts and services necessary to produce goods.

Our leaders are creating an economic crisis and a major national security risk with limited data. The cure is far worse than any perceived impact by COVID-19. Our economy is both fragile and interdependent, an economic reality not understood by our leaders as they order mass closings of many states’ business and industry.

Mar 23 21:51

Here's a list of essential workers following Gov. Inslee's 'Stay Home, Stay Healthy' order

Cannabis is on the list as an essential business under medical products.

Monday night, Governor Jay Inslee issued a 'Stay Home, Stay Healthy' order for the entire state of Washington to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

According to Gov. Inslee, only essential businesses will be open including grocery stores and doctors offices.

Mar 23 21:25

Coronavirus: Inslee announces mandatory statewide stay-at-home order

Medical Martial Law This is a lockdown,not a quarantine. You quarantine people who are sick,not a whole country or state.

SEATTLE — Gov. Jay Inslee announced a statewide stay-at-home order Monday effective immediately, with some exceptions for essential activities and businesses. The order is effective for a minimum of two weeks.

Grocery stores, pharmacies, food banks, convenience stores, liquor stores that sell food, farmers’ markets and other essential businesses as defined by the executive order can stay open. Restaurants can continue to offer take-out and delivery. Non-essential businesses will close within 48 hours.

Every resident is required to stay home unless going shopping for groceries, going to a doctor’s appointment or going to work at an essential business, as defined in Inslee’s executive order.

Mar 23 17:40

Pelosi Coronavirus Bill Includes Demands For Anti-White Discrimination

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) stalled the coronavirus bill and released one of her own on Monday which demands all corporations receiving bailouts investigate "pay equity" of "racial and ethnic minorities" as "compared to their white counterparts" and "maintain officials and budget dedicated to diversity and inclusion initiatives for no less than 5 years."

Mar 23 16:47

Low vitamin D levels a risk factor for pneumonia

A new study has shown that low serum vitamin D levels are a risk factor for pneumonia. The risk of contracting pneumonia was more than 2.5 times greater in subjects with the lowest vitamin D levels than in subjects with high vitamin D levels.

Mar 23 16:06

This Is Why People All Over America Are Scared To Death Of Being Tested For The Coronavirus…

I have written about this numerous times before, but not even I would have imagined that getting tested and treated for coronavirus would cost more than $34,000…

A woman in the United States says she was billed $34,927.43 after being tested and treated for the coronavirus, Time magazine reports.

When Danni Askini first came down with the symptoms of the virus — shortness of breath, a fever, a cough and migraines — she was told by a doctor to go to the emergency room. There, she was told she had pneumonia and could go home. She visited the emergency room two more times as her symptoms persisted and worsened before she was finally tested for the coronavirus. Three days later her results showed she had COVID-19.

How in the world is it possible for a bill to get that high?

As Danni pointed out, she now owes the hospital more than she paid for both of her college degrees.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is completely insane; and what is even more insane, is the real, and painfully transparent, lack of preparation in this country for such a pandemic, in an age when more and more diseases are getting weaponised by various countries, as their potential "death blow" to countries with which they are competing, economically.

Mar 23 15:23

NYC Councilman's Tweet Praising 'Huge' Chinatown Parade in 'Defiance' of 'Coronavirus Scare' Comes Back to Bite Him

New York City Councilman Mark Levine (D-NY) last month praised the "huge crowds" that gathered in Chinatown on Feb 9 in "defiance" of the "coronavirus scare" for a Lunar New Year parade.

Mar 23 14:30

PARIS NO-GO ZONE POLICE OVERWHELMED ATTEMPTING TO ENFORCE QUARANTINE

Police in Paris no-go zones are becoming overwhelmed trying to maintain the nationwide quarantine and have handed out record numbers of fines

Mar 23 10:04

Coronavirus crisis: Ohio abortion providers say they will remain open

Representatives for a local abortion provider and a national group say their clinics will remain open during the coronavirus crisis because they are complying with a state order that an anti-abortion group claims should shut them down.

The Women’s Med Center of Dayton and Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio say they are complying with an Ohio Department of Health order to cancel “non-essential” or elective surgeries or procedures that use personal protective equipment.

Mar 23 08:53

An air-locked lab at UNC is leading research on cures for the coronavirus

There, at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Baric and his many collaborators are on the forefront of research in the fight to keep the coronavirus at bay.

Read more here: https://www.newsobserver.com/news/business/article240892791.html#story...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DAI3c9wE0Q&feature=emb_logo

This guy says University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill sold or gave a sample of this virus to the lab in Wuhan.

Francis Boyle is a professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law. He drafted the U.S. domestic implementing legislation for the Biological Weapons Convention, known as the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, that was approved unanimously by both Houses of the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President George H.W. Bush.

Mar 23 08:21

How Long Will Americans Tolerate Corona-Madness?

A gentleman said this about Democrats/fake news media in an email, "...they are willing to destroy hard working people's jobs to accomplish their power play." This guy is spot on correct. This is why I regard Democrats'/fake news medias' gleeful spread of corona-madness so loathsome and evil.

Democrats and fake news media are 100% committed to destroying Trump, their greatest Nemesis. Collapsing the U.S. economy and even the loss of American lives is acceptable collateral damage in their quest for power to control every aspect of our lives. They believe corona is their highly sought-after kryptonite to kill We-the-Peoples' superman president.

Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/03/how_long_will_america...
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Mar 23 06:35

Liberty and the Coronavirus: Not An Either/Or Proposition

Governments have always exploited crises to expand their powers.

It’s always difficult during a crisis for the government to address problems effectively while guarding against potential collateral damage to the freedoms Americans take for granted. That dilemma has become acute with the current coronavirus outbreak and the measures being taken to stem it. No one should doubt that this pandemic is a worrisome problem. Not only is the virus highly contagious, the mortality rate (especially among elderly victims and those with underlying health problems) is substantially higher than with influenza or similar diseases. That gap shows signs of narrowing, but there is little question that coronavirus is a serious health menace.

Mar 23 06:33

Of Viruses and Verities: Is Shutting Down the Nation Over Covid-19 Making Us LESS Safe?

There have been approximately 225,000 hospitalizations and 20,000 deaths. Ninety percent of the deceased are elderly, and 90 percent have underlying medical conditions.

I’m talking about the flu, by the way, and the toll it takes annually in just the United States alone.

As for the Wuhan virus, there are 18,170 confirmed cases in the U.S., with 250 confirmed deaths. Eighty percent of the deceased are elderly, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) tells us, and data from Italy show that 99 percent had underlying medical conditions. So it’s good we’re reacting to the disease the same way we do to the flu.

Except we’re not, of course.

Mar 23 06:31

Collins blasts Democrats for blocking coronavirus stimulus plan, says they’re ‘playing with fire’

The dems may lose the House big time over this stupidity. They are setting themselves up to take the blame for all this crap. BYE! BYE!

Senate Democrats late Sunday blocked a GOP-backed $1.3 trillion coronavirus rescue package as five Republicans watched helplessly from self-quarantine, prompting U.S. stock futures to dive and sowing fresh doubt the parties can forge an agreement as the nation descends into economic disaster.

Mar 23 06:27

Episode 373 – Medical Martial Law 2020

As the lockdowns go into place and the military takes to the streets in country after country, the decades of preparation for medical martial law are finally paying off for the pandemic planners. Today on this emergency edition of The Corbett Report podcast, James lays out the steps that have led us to the brink of martial law and the steps that are being taken to implement it now. Please help to spread this important information and to raise awareness of the crisis that we are facing.

Mar 23 06:24

Bill Gates -- Vaccine not Virus Will Cull Humanity

"First, we've got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That's headed up to about nine billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines... we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent." https://www.ted.com/talks/bill_gates_innovating_to_zero/transcript?lan...

William Engdahl: "There is practically no area of the current coronavirus pandemic where the footprints of the omnipresent Gates are not to be found. If that is to the good of mankind or grounds to be worried, time will tell."

Mar 23 06:22

Prof. Francis Boyle Update on Coronavirus Bioweapon

Francis Boyle is a professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law. He drafted the U.S. domestic implementing legislation for the Biological Weapons Convention, known as the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, that was approved unanimously by both Houses of the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President George H.W. Bush.

In an exclusive interview given to Geopolitics and Empire, Dr. Boyle discusses the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China and the Biosafety Level 4 laboratory (BSL-4) from which he believes the infectious disease escaped.

Mar 23 06:17

FEMA vows to ‘ATTACK health & safety’ of Americans in chilling slip as Trump activates National Guard to battle Covid-19

In an ill-timed blooper, immediately mocked as a Freudian slip, the head of FEMA promised a crackdown on Americans’ health and safety while standing alongside US President Donald Trump at a coronavirus task force briefing.

“The federal government continues to take aggressive action and proactive steps to address the Covid-19 threat...

... as we attack the health and safety, or protect the health and safety of the American people...

“It remains our top priority,” stated the Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Peter Gaynor.

Mar 23 05:26

Rand Paul becomes first senator to contract coronavirus, is in quarantine

Sen. Rand Paul has tested positive for the coronavirus and is in quarantine, he said Sunday.

“Senator Rand Paul has tested positive for COVID-19. He is feeling fine and is in quarantine. He is asymptomatic and was tested out of an abundance of caution due to his extensive travel and events,” read a message on the Kentucky Republican’s Twitter handle.

“He was not aware of any direct contact with any infected person.”

He is the first US senator to test positive for the virus.

Mar 23 05:25

In Sweeping Power Grab, DOJ Seeks Ability To Detain People Indefinitely Without Trial

In a sweeping power grab, the Department of Justice has asked Congress for the ability to go directly to chief judges in order to detain people indefinitely without trial during emergencies.

Mar 23 05:12

The US will NOT be included in the WHO's trial of experimental treatments for coronavirus because it has not committed to the project yet - but 10 other countries have

The US will not be part of a new trial led by the World Health Organization examining which treatments work best against coronavirus.

The so-called 'SOLIDARITY trial' will see researchers from several different countries compare the effects of different drugs on the highly-infectious disease.

Included in the trial are remdesivir, originally conceived as a drug to fight Ebola, and an anti-malaria drug called hydroxychloroquine.

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the organization's director-general, said eight countries had committed to joining the trial, but that America was not among them.

Mar 23 05:09

"No One Was Ready" – Europe's Desperate Doctors Use Trash Bags As Hazmat Suits 

Huge jumps in COVID-19 deaths and cases have been reported in the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, and France this weekend. Hospital systems in many of these countries are running out of supplies, staff, hospital beds, and ICU-level treatments.

The shortage of protective gear for medical staff at many European hospitals has forced some to tape trash bags to their bodies as makeshift biohazard suits.

Mar 23 05:08

One Third Of All Coronavirus Cases Show No Symptoms, Classified China Data Reveals

China, which has been praising itself for its draconian response in shutting down much of the country for most of February and thus halting the spread of the coronavirus pandemic domestically (at least if one ignores the glaring discrepancies from reports on the ground), may have a new problem on its hands.

Mar 23 05:08

One Third Of All Coronavirus Cases Show No Symptoms, Classified China Data Reveals

China, which has been praising itself for its draconian response in shutting down much of the country for most of February and thus halting the spread of the coronavirus pandemic domestically (at least if one ignores the glaring discrepancies from reports on the ground), may have a new problem on its hands.

Mar 23 05:08

"Critical Medical Supply Shortage": The Moment US Woke Up To Disaster Of Always Outsourcing To China

No doubt Americans will look back on this current crisis as the moment the country collectively learned its lesson 'the hard way' about the dangers of over-reliance on Chinese manufacturing, or sending the vast majority of our manufacturing abroad anywhere for that matter.

"The critical shortage of medical supplies across the U.S., including testing swabs, protective masks, surgical gowns and hand sanitizer, can be tied to a sudden drop in imports, mostly from China," Associated Press reports after a new investigation.

Mar 23 05:07

You Will Sacrifice And It Will Hurt

The president told reporters at a White House briefing that fighting the virus would require a sacrificial national effort just like it took to defeat the Axis in the Second World War.

Every generation of Americans has been called to make shared sacrifices for the good of the nation. To this day, nobody has ever seen like it, what they were able to do during World War II. Now it’s our time. We must sacrifice together, because we are all in this together, and we will come through together. It’s the invisible enemy. That’s always the toughest enemy, the invisible enemy.”

But listening to all the rhetoric coming from politicians and pundits, one has to ask, where exactly is the sacrifice?

Mar 23 05:05

'Stay Indoors Or Risk A Year In Prison': Jordan Blows Sirens At Start Of Virus Lockdown

Jordan has imposed an unprecedented nation-wide curfew on Saturday to combat the spread of coronavirus at a moment its official confirmed number of cases approaches 100. As of Friday health officials said Jordan has 85 confirmed infections while emphasizing they expect numbers to rise rapidly.

"Jordan blew sirens at the start of a nationwide curfew on Saturday, limiting the mobility of its 10 million citizens indefinitely to combat the spread of coronavirus, witnesses and officials said," Reuters reports.

The round-the-clock ban on residents going outside started at 7am with warning sirens literally sounding across Amman. The new curfew is being widely described as the most severe measure any country has imposed on a nation-wide level thus far in the crisis.

Mar 23 05:04

Twenty-Three Killed, Scores Injured in Prison Riot Over COVID-19 in Bogota, Colombia

Seven prison guards were among those injured in the riot, two of whom are in critical condition, according to the country's justice minister.

Twenty-three inmates were killed and 83 injured after a riot broke out in a prison in the Colombian capital Bogota over poor sanitary conditions amid the outbreak of the coronavirus, the justice minister revealed on Sunday.

Mar 23 05:03

US Army Enters New York to Convert Hotels and Dorms to Hospitals Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the US state of New York has reached 10,356, while New York City has registered 6,211 people infected with the virus, Governor Andrew Cuomo said at a press briefing on 21 March.

US Army, National Guard troops have entered New York to take over hotels, college dormitories, and sports arenas and turn them into ICU-like medical facilities, photos and videos of netizens show.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the US Army Corps of Engineers plans to take over as many as 10,000 hotel rooms, college dormitories, and other spaces in New York for medical services as the number of coronavirus hospitalisations rises exponentially

Mar 23 05:02

Video of Destruction and Rubble in Earthquake-Hit Croatian Capital Zagreb Emerges Online

The Balkan nation has been shaken by a 6.0-magnitude tremor that came just days after the country went on lockdown in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Croatian capital Zagreb is experiencing the aftermath of a major earthquake that destroyed buildings in the city and left some parts of it without electricity.

Mar 23 04:55

The four-star general who will command the US if government is crippled by coronavirus: Military puts plans in place for 'extraordinary circumstances' and martial law

The coronavirus crisis is forcing US military planners to look at 'extraordinary circumstances' and prepare for a range of radical scenarios, including the possibility of widespread domestic violence and the deaths of the country's top politicians.

In a report published Sunday, Newsweek reveals that standby orders were issued more than three weeks ago to ready Above-Top Secret contingency plans if 'all Constitutional successors are incapacitated' and martial law needs to be imposed across the country.

'We're in new territory,' one anonymous senior military officer told the publication.

Mar 23 04:54

US Troops Prepare for ‘Worst-Case’ Scenario in Europe

An estimated 35 US troops in Europe have symptoms of coronavirus, but with the pandemic tearing rapidly across the continent, and US troops being kept in some potentially dangerous crowded conditions, officials are looking at a “worst case” scenario for Europe.

Gen. Tod Wolters concedes the situation could deteriorate rapidly, and says the worst-case scenario could mean US troops are in so much trouble they would need to seek outside help from Europe in treating the number of sick

Wolters says that the virus hasn’t impacted readiness yet, but seems to concede that this could easily happen. Despite this, there is no sign that the US is considering any changes to posture in Europe, and they’re just going to keep going until something bad happens, then react to that.

Mar 23 04:53

Berlin Streets Deserted as Germany Introduces Stricter Measures Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ramped up measures to combat the coronavirus outbreak effectively banning gatherings of more than two people across Germany unless they are related or live together.

Follow our live feed from the streets of the German capital Berlin amid new tough measures announced on Sunday by Chancellor Merkel as the city is dealing with the spread of the coronavirus.

The chancellor herself is under quarantine after being treated by a doctor who has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Mar 23 04:49

The IMF Abandons Venezuelans to the Threat of the COVID-19 Pandemic on a Political Decision

No government that had to bow to the power of a financial institution like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) knows the harsh consequences to which it will have to submit. That includes the Venezuelan government. And yet last March 15 president Nicolas Maduro filed a formal request to the IMF for a financing facility of US$5 billion from the emergency fund of the Rapid Financing Instrument (RFI) with the following words in a letter sent to the IMF director Kristalina Georgieva and that Arreaza published on his Twitter account:

“Only under the spirit of solidarity, brotherhood, and social discipline, we will be able to overcome the situation that comes our way, and we will know how to protect the life and wellbeing of our peoples.”

Mar 23 04:47

COVID-19: Welcome to the New Dark Ages

The response by the government to COVID-19 will turn America into a third world country in short order. Destroying the economy, throwing millions of people out of work, creating air money and thus inflation, and draconian measures to head off a virus that kills far less than the ordinary flu will have serious and unprecedented ramifications.

The veneer of civilization will dissolve in short order. If practically everyone is ordered by the state to “shelter in place,” there will be few people left to deliver—let alone produce—food and other necessities. Within the first few days of this exaggerated “new plague,” frantic citizens besieged the stores, striping the shelves of toilet paper, canned goods, and bread. This is happening as a result of the corporate media hammering out an apocalyptic message nonstop.

Mar 23 04:46

Coronavirus: Iran's Supreme Leader says US 'charlatans' may have created COVID-19

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's outburst came during a televised speech about the crisis, during which he branded it "strange" that America would offer to help while it struggles with the crisis

Mar 23 04:43

Ten Questions for the U.S.: Where did the Novel Coronavirus Come From?

Given that some major U.S. media and politicians made groundless claims that the novel coronavirus originates in China, blamed and slandered China, even asked for an apology from China, then I have every reason to ask 10 questions for the United States about its origin too. Better still, unlike the U.S., I did a lot of homework and will base my questions on international media coverage of COVID-19.

Mar 23 04:32

More than 167 MILLION Americans are now under lockdown after Ohio and Louisiana ordered all residents to stay at home to slow the spread of coronavirus

Ohio and Louisiana have joined nine other states in ordering residents to stay at home to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards announced the 'stay at home' directives at press conferences in their respective states on Sunday.

The orders affect some 16 million residents across both states and exempt those who work in essential services such as healthcare and the food industry.

Mar 23 04:31

New app tells you when you've come in contact with a coronavirus patient

The Health Ministry's new app is called "The Shield" ("HaMagen"), and it allows people to identify whether they have come in contact with a known coronavirus carrier and what they should do.

Mar 23 04:31

"Holy Shit, This Is Not The Flu": Medical Worker Describes Terrifying Lung Failure From COVID-19... Even In Young Patients

As of Friday, Louisiana was reporting 479 confirmed cases of COVID-19, one of the highest numbers in the country. Ten people had died. The majority of cases are in New Orleans, which now has one confirmed case for every 1,000 residents. New Orleans had held Mardi Gras celebrations just two weeks before its first patient, with more than a million revelers on its streets.

Mar 23 04:30

Bill Gates -- Vaccine not Virus Will Cull Humanity

William Engdahl: "There is practically no area of the current coronavirus pandemic where the footprints of the omnipresent Gates are not to be found. If that is to the good of mankind or grounds to be worried, time will tell."

Mar 23 04:29

Harvey Weinstein Tests Positive For COVID-19

Harvey Weinstein has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 as the number of cases in Rikers Island, where he was until recently being held, explodes.

The news comes courtesy of a local New Jersey newspaper, citing contacts in the state prison system. The report was later picked up by the New York Post.

Mar 23 04:29

Coronavirus: toxic drugs, no liability for Pharma

First, we have this, from the World Health Organization (WHO): “There is no specific medicine to prevent or treat coronavirus disease (COVID-19).”

Nevertheless, doctors around the world, often with the approval of their national governments, are treating many patients with experimental or “off-label” antiviral drugs.

Here are some names of the medicines: Chloroquine, Remdesivir, Ribavirin, favipiravir, lopinavir; ritonavir, hydroxychloroquine, Sofosbuvir, corticosteroids, oseltamivir, zanamivir.

They all have adverse effects.

What to do?

Answer: decide that no one who is injured by the drugs can file a suit.

In America: Done.

Mar 23 04:01

WHO launches global 'SOLIDARITY' project to find treatment for COVID-19 coronavirus

The effort launched by WHO is unprecedented and it is a coordinated measure taken by WHO to collect scientific data during the coronavirus outbreak. It is learnt that the WHO study could include several patients from across the globe and the megatrial has been designed in such a way that even hospitals which are dealing with high number of COVID-19 patients can participate in the study.

Mar 23 04:00

Here are some basic preventive measures against COVID-19 coronavirus

(March 23), the country has been placed under lockdown with 75 districts in different states put under lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus.
On the other hand, the number of fatalities around the world due to the coronavirus outbreak crossed 14,500 on Sunday and the cases across globe is rising steadily increasing worries that the worst is yet to come.

As the government is taking all necessary measures to curb the coronavirus menace, it is also the responsibility of people to take basic precautions in order to avoid infection.

Mar 22 18:29

When Available, COVID-19 Vaccines May Be Hazardous to Human Health

All vaccines contain harmful toxins, including mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, phenoxyethanol (antifreeze), and squalene adjuvants that weaken and can destroy the human immune system, making it vulnerable to many annoying to life-threatening illnesses.

Mar 22 12:46

A fiasco in the making? As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, we are making decisions without reliable data

A very brave Stanford professor of medicine dares to state the case that the covid19 reaction is not justified & that "locking down the world with potentially tremendous social and financial consequences may be totally irrational."

Excerpt: 
John P.A. Ioannidis is professor of medicine, of epidemiology and population health, of biomedical data science, and of statistics at Stanford University and co-director of Stanford’s Meta-Research Innovation Center

https://www.statnews.com/2020/03/17/a-fiasco-in-the-making-as-the-coro...

Mar 22 12:08

People with blood type A may be more vulnerable to coronavirus, China study finds

People with blood type A may be more vulnerable to infection by the new coronavirus
, while those with type O seem more resistant, according to a preliminary study of patients in China who contracted the disease known as Covid-19.

Mar 22 11:50

Local farmers optimistic as China lifts 5-year poultry ban

EASTON — Poultry farmers on the Eastern Shore and across the U.S. are seeing dollar signs after China announced it’s lifting its 5-year ban on U.S. poultry imports — a trade block the country enacted in 2014 following an outbreak of the avian influenza virus.

Mar 22 11:46

UPDATE 1-China warns of sustained virus impact on poultry, eggs supply

The world’s second-largest poultry producer, China had been ramping up output to fill a meat shortage after the African swine fever epidemic, which began in 2018, decimated its pig herd.

China has approved the import of all poultry products from the United States including breeding birds, an official website said on Monday.

Mar 22 11:29

Coronavirus Shutdown Leads to Mass Chicken Slaughter in China – Food Shortage and Soaring Meat Prices Ahead

Farmers have already slaughtered at least 100 million young chickens because travel restrictions imposed to control the spread of the coronavirus have blocked shipments of animal feed.

Mar 22 11:27

A Vicious Disease Is Wiping Out China’s Pig Population

Of all the 900 million pigs being raised on farms around the world today, more than 400 million are in China. Pork is so central to the Chinese diet — especially as the country has grown wealthier — that menus there often list pork as simply “meat,” and the amount of pork eaten in China exceeds all the meat Americans consume annually. Now, a global epidemic called African swine fever (ASF) is wreaking havoc in China — the country that produces and consumes the most pork in the world.

Mar 22 11:01

India claps in support of COVID-19 warriors, Centre shuts trains, metros, buses till March 31 and other top news of March 22, 2020

Showing their unprecedented support to the emergency workers like doctors, paramedics, Army, police, media personnel among others, people across the country came out to their balconies and clapped or rang any musical instrument even kitchen utensils like plates and bowls at 5 pm on Sunday (March 22) for a five-minute duration

Mar 22 11:00

WHO advises against lockdowns, says COVID-19 coronavirus may resurge later

The World Health Organization has advised against lockdowns to combat the covid-19 pandemic arguing that the virus may resurge later if sufficient public health measures were not taken simultaneously.
Mike Ryan, the top emergency expert of the WHO in an interview to BBC on Sunday said that countries can`t merely lock down themselves to fight the coronavirus outbreak, adding that there need to be public health measures to avoid a resurgence of the deadly virus later on.

Mar 22 10:58

Pakistan confirms 477 coronavirus cases, 104 new in last 24 hours

Pakistan government on Sunday (March 22) said that total number of coronavirus positive patients in the country has jumped to 477 and a National Health Emergency of Public Concern was declared by the government on March 13 to check the spread of the deadly virus in the country.
According to Pakistan's National Institute of Health (NIH), the risk assessment for COVID-19 in Pakistan is currently HIGH. A total of 1,409,798 persons have been screened so far at different entry points of the country, including airports and seaports.

Mar 22 09:12

Justice Department Seeks Power to Suspend Habeas Corpus, Indefinitely Detain Americans

The Department of Justice has secretly requested that Congress suspend habeas corpus and to allow “indefinite detention” of citizens without trial until the end of the Coronavirus panic, several news agencies are reporting today.

Mar 22 09:09

Data from China shows the majority of people with Covid-19 only suffer mild symptoms, then recover

(CNN)Most people who contract the novel coronavirus experience mild symptoms, according to data from China, where the worst of the epidemic now appears to be over.

Mar 22 09:05

Does the Coronavirus Pandemic Serve a Global Agenda?

For those who follow the global immunization agenda and its implementation on different continents, the announcement of a new pandemic didn’t come as a surprise. “Pandemic preparedness” has been well-funded and a buzz word for a long time before becoming a priority at the last G7 summits, the Davos World Economic Forum and other meetings of global governance. The latest simulation for preparedness was Event 201,[1] a rehearsal of a coronavirus pandemic organized on October 18, 2019 in New York by Johns Hopkins University, the Gates Foundation and the World Economic Forum.

Mar 22 09:03

Are You Ready To Have Your Civil Liberties Severely Restricted? Because That Is Where This Thing Is Headed…

One of the things that sets the United States apart from the rest of the world is that we are supposed to have certain civil liberties guaranteed to us by the U.S. Constitution. Of course the U.S. Constitution has been absolutely trampled on by many of our leaders for decades, but most Americans still deeply cherish the basic rights which are enshrined in our founding document. Unfortunately, many of our politicians are convinced that all of those rights can be taken away during a “national emergency”, and these days the bar for declaring a “national emergency” has been set very low.

Mar 22 08:53

Coronavirus death rates in South Korea reinforce a frightening pattern of how the disease affects older people

The report counts a total of 7,755 cases through March 11 and 60 deaths, for a total death rate of 0.77%. That is far lower than the reported death rates in several other countries. A major factor in that lower death rate could be the country's extremely thorough coronavirus-testing policies: Many milder cases included in South Korea's overall count might not be noticed in countries like the US, where testing is more sparse.

While South Korea reported 2,718 cases among patients under 30 as of March 11, there were zero deaths from COVID-19 among those younger patients. Only one patient between the ages of 30 and 39 had died, and only one patient in their 40s died.

Mar 22 08:49

Milan Italy Was Overwhelmed With Viral Lung Infections as Recently as 2018 Without Feeding a Global Hysteria

One thing that is clear is that SARS-CoV-2 is a mild virus that is extremely unlikely to kill you if you become infected (see 1,2,3). Another thing which is clear is that there is no excess mortality to indicate this influenza-pneumonia-coronavirus season has been particularly bad and that SARS-CoV-2 is, therefore, killing more people than whatever coronavirus it mutated from (see 1,2). Its only remaining claim to be a greater threat than what we deal with every year without governments subjecting us to house arrest is that it has the ability to overwhelm hospitals and force doctors to ration care as is happening now in Milan and happened before in Wuhan. Well here follows a (machine-translated) report from 2018 which makes it clear the intensive care capacity of a modern European metropolis was overwhelmed just two years ago — that metropolis just happens to be Milan.

Mar 22 08:46

This Is What You Can Do to Protect Yourself From the Mild Threat That Is Covid-19 Coronavirus

The people of the Pacific Northwest were out in the Sun yesterday. Hiking,biking,motorcycling,fishing boating and heading every which way in their RV's,for the mountains,lakes and rivers. The bikers were out in groups of 50 to 60.

Recognize these viral epidemics come in winter when vitamin D levels are low. As a fatty vitamin, your liver should have 3 months of vitamin D stored, but probably doesn’t.

The viruses were always there but erupt when sunshine vitamin D blood serum levels are low. SO GO OUTSIDE, MIDDAY, AND GET SOME SUNSHINE ON YOUR SKIN to produce natural vitamin D. Expose arms, legs, face. Quarantines deprive people of sunshine vitamin D.

Supplement with 8000 units vitamin D3 daily (kids 2000+ units); if ill – – > take 50,000 units vitamin D3 for 3-5 days; then 8000 units daily. This is not an overdose as physicians inject 300,000 units vitamin D for wintertime storage in your liver.

Mar 22 07:43

Coronavirus COVID-19: “Made in China” or “Made in America”?

Trump contends that the coronavirus was “Made in China”. And that China threatens America.

The president of the US wants Americans to believe that the coronavirus pandemic carries the “Made in China” label.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refers to it as the “Wuhan coronavirus.”

“The Big Lie” started on January 30th when the WHO Director General pressured by powerful US economic interests declared a global public health emergency with only 150 “confirmed cases” (by the WHO) outside China with only six cases in the USA. And it was called a pandemic.

“Fake media” immediately went into high gear. China was held responsible for “spreading infection” Worldwide.

Mar 22 07:43

Putin offers to send medical personnel & equipment to help Italy contain coronavirus outbreak

Russia is set to send teams of doctors, protective gear and medical equipment to Italy to help fight the Covid-19 pandemic in the country. It follows an appeal by Italian PM Giuseppe Conte during a phone call with Vladimir Putin.

The coronavirus is spreading like wildfire in the southern European country, where nearly 800 people succumbed to the disease on Saturday alone – the largest daily loss since the start of the pandemic.

The overall number of deaths in Italy now stands at 4,825, with 53,578 infected, having long surpassed China, where the virus originated.

Mar 22 07:42

‘Doctor Death’: Russian INFECTIONS expert faces jail for hiding trip to Spain & potentially EXPOSING countless people to Covid-19

A leading infectious diseases specialist in Russia’s southern Stavropol Region endangered the lives of dozens of her colleagues and students by failing to self-quarantine after a holiday in Spain, where she contracted coronavirus.

Instead of self-isolating for at least 14 days following her brief trip, Professor Irina Sannikova spent a whole week giving lectures and meeting fellow doctors and medical students – even attending a scientific conference – before she felt sick and was hospitalized with pneumonia on March 17.

Mar 22 07:41

1 critical as magnitude 5.3 earthquake hits capital of Croatia, damages buildings and iconic cathedral

Strong quakes have struck Croatia’s capital Zagreb leaving at least one person in critical condition and damaging buildings downtown, including the city’s main historic cathedral.

A 15-year-old child is in critical condition after Zagreb was hit by a 5.3-magnitude earthquake, which was followed by a 5.1-magnitude tremor 40 minutes later. The epicenters of the two quakes were located 8km (five miles) and 7km (4.3 miles) from the city, respectively.

Health officials had reported that the child had died before later retracting their comments.

Mar 22 05:03

Connecticut town of Darien cancels drive-through coronavirus testing close to senior center after 'rich, white' residents in their $1.2million homes complain about it being so close to their properties

Officials in a Connecticut town regarded as one of the wealthiest communities in America canceled a drive-through coronavirus testing center four hours after it was announced following complaints on social media from local residents.

Darien, the smallest town on Connecticut's Gold Coast, is facing criticism for canceling a test collection site that was set to start Thursday in a parking lot of the town hall located at 2 Renshaw Road.

The town's First Selectman Jayme Stevenson's made the announcement through a town-wide email Wednesday but some of the 21,800 residents in one the country's top-earning towns were enraged about its location close to their $1.2 million homes.

Mar 22 05:02

China’s Yutu-2 rover sets off for UNEXPLORED areas as Chang’e 4 mission reawakens on far side of Moon

Far, far away from coronavirus worries, China’s Yutu-2 lunar rover and Chang’e-4 spacecraft have whirred back to life on the far side of the Moon, with the intrepid rover boldly setting off for unexplored areas.

After powering down while the Moon was hidden from the Sun, the mission has now earnestly started its 16th lunar day of work on Earth’s natural satellite.

The lander, rover and their science payloads are all in good operating condition, despite having by now endured the harsh conditions on the lunar surface for over a year.

Mar 22 05:01

No need to test EVERYONE, but when lockdowns are lifted Covid-19 cases could JUMP back up, WHO warns

Countries affected by the Covid-19 epidemic should be careful about lifting lockdowns since it may result in the disease jumping back up, the WHO Executive Director Mike Ryan has warned.

Mar 22 05:00

All the Drugs Proving Anecdotally Effective Against COVID-19, and the Companies That Make Them

With no antibodies built up in the population, no known cure, and no existing vaccine against COVID-19, some may fear that there's no hope for those suffering with the disease now or in the future. However, there have actually been green shoots of positive results from several existing anti-viral and anti-inflammatory drugs already on the market, albeit on an anecdotal basis.

While no official U.S. trials have been completed and data is scarce, anecdotal successes with these drugs are giving people hope, and the government is now loosening red tape to get them where needed as fast as possible. Here are all the treatments that have been effective against COVID-19 in certain cases, and the companies that make them.

Mar 22 04:33

Italy coronavirus deaths surge by 793 in a day, total death toll climbs to 4,825

The death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in Italy has leapt by 793 to 4,825, officials said on Saturday, an increase of 19.6% -- by far the largest daily rise in absolute terms since the contagion emerged a month ago.
On Thursday, Italy overtook China as the country to register most deaths from the highly contagious virus. The total number of cases in Italy rose to 53,578 from a previous 47,021, an increase of 13.9%, the Civil Protection Agency said.

Mar 22 04:31

Indian Railways cancels all trains till March 31 as coronavirus cases jump to 341

Ministry of Railways said in its order that no train except goods train will be run up to 2400 hrs of March 31. "However bare minimum Suburban services and Kolkata metro Rail service will continue to run till 2400 hrs on 22.03.2020, thereafter these services will also be stopped till 2400 hrs of 31.03.2020," announced Ministry of Railways.
The number of deaths due to coronavirus in India jumped to six on Sunday (March 22) after a 38-year-old man died at AIIMS in Patna, Bihar.

Mar 22 01:06

Relationship between cannabis and the immune system

Even though cannabis has been used for medical and nutritional purposes for thousands of years, people used to consume because they felt the benefits of it. But they knew nothing else. They used it because they could feel. They experienced how it relieved the pain and calmed down their mood.

But now, the researchers are trying to understand more than just the molecular composition of cannabis. They want to know the way it interacts with the biological systems in our organisms. We have seen many fantastic discoveries but the truth is that we don’t know much about this unique plant, especially when it comes to the interaction between marijuana and the immune system.

Mar 22 00:06

The Coming War On China (China Documentary) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History

The Coming War on China, from award winning journalist John Pilger, reveals what the news doesn’t – that the world’s greatest military power, the United States, and the world’s second economic power, China, both nuclear-armed, may well be on the road to war.

Nuclear war is not only imaginable, but planned. The greatest build-up of NATO military forces since the Second World War is under way on the western borders of Russia. On the other side of the world, the rise of China is viewed in Washington as a threat to American dominance.

Mar 21 22:57

The drive-in theater, relic of yesterday, surges in popularity because of the coronavirus

By The Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — The drive-in theater, long a dwindling nostalgia act in a multiplex world, is experiencing a momentary return to prominence.

Mar 21 22:55

The Great Recession Destroyed My Life. Fear Over the Coronavirus Won’t

The great recession destroyed my life.

Over just a few weeks in late 2008, the small business that I’d worked for years to build was crushed and forced to close. My full-time job in telecommunications was gutted and my salary was cut in half.

Bills were going late, collections agents were calling. I gained 30 pounds thanks to stress and entered a deep depression. It was as if the whole world I’d built for myself and my wife for over a decade had been swept away in less than a month.

And then came the fear. Paralyzing, crushing fear.

Mar 21 22:19

Flashback: BBC News Doctors warn of Vitamin D deficiency in UK

So here we have the BBC some years ago reporting that 25% of the UK population is deficient in vitamin D, but this is not worthy of mention today.

Are they oblivious of studies which prove the immune system relies on vitamin D to tackle viruses https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100307215534.htm, or are they ignoring this because coronavirus is part of an agenda to make the public subservient?

Mar 21 16:02

Study confirms vitamin D protects against colds and flu

A new global collaborative study has confirmed that vitamin D supplementation can help protect against acute respiratory infections. The study, a participant data meta-analysis of 25 randomized controlled trials including more than 11,000 participants, has been published online in The BMJ.

“Most people understand that vitamin D is critical for bone and muscle health,” said Carlos Camargo of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), the study’s senior author. “Our analysis has also found that it helps the body fight acute respiratory infection, which is responsible for millions of deaths globally each year.”

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