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I caught the tail end of Bill Cunningham's show segment on 700WLW when he was talking about the State Health Director getting her hand slapped by the Court. ( Dewine claims he was already unwinding some of Ohio's E.O. Emergency Acts)
Bill also talked about how Gov. Dewine went from an 80% approval rating ( The highest of all GOP Governors in the nation) down to 30% approval due to his kowtowing to Health Director Amy Aton ( his appointment), and she has become the love interest of the Women's Magazine movements.
 

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Doctors raise alarm about health effects of continued coronavirus shutdown: 'Mass casualty incident'

More than 600 doctors signed onto a letter sent to President Trump Tuesday pushing him to end the "national shutdown" aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus, calling the widespread state orders keeping businesses closed and kids home from school a "mass casualty incident" with "exponentially growing health consequences."

The letter outlines a variety of consequences that the doctors have observed resulting from the coronavirus shutdowns, including patients missing routine checkups that could detect things like heart problems or cancer, increases in substance and alcohol abuse, and increases in financial instability that could lead to "[p]overty and financial uncertainty," which "is closely linked to poor health."

"We are alarmed at what appears to be the lack of consideration for the future health of our patients," the doctors say in their letter. "The downstream health effects … are being massively under-estimated and under-reported. This is an order of magnitude error."

The letter continues: "The millions of casualties of a continued shutdown will be hiding in plain sight, but they will be called alcoholism, homelessness, suicide, heart attack, stroke, or kidney failure. In youths it will be called financial instability, unemployment, despair, drug addiction, unplanned pregnancies, poverty, and abuse.

"Because the harm is diffuse, there are those who hold that it does not exist. We, the undersigned, know otherwise."

The letter comes as the battle over when and how to lift coronavirus restrictions continues to rage on cable television, in the courts, in protests and among government officials. Those for lifting the restrictions have warned about the economic consequences of keeping the shutdowns in effect. Those advocating a more cautious approach say that having more people out and about will necessarily end with more people becoming infected, causing what National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci warned in a Senate hearing last week would be preventable "suffering and death."

But these doctors point to others that are suffering, not from the economy or the virus, but simply from not being able to leave home. The doctors' letter lists a handful of patients by their initials and details their experiences.

"Patient E.S. is a mother with two children whose office job was reduced to part-time and whose husband was furloughed," the letter reads. "The father is drinking more, the mother is depressed and not managing her diabetes well, and the children are barely doing any schoolwork."

"Patient A.F. has chronic but previously stable health conditions," it continues. "Her elective hip replacement was delayed, which caused her to become nearly sedentary, resulting in a pulmonary embolism in April."

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/doctors-raise-alarm-about-health-effects-of-continued-coronavirus-shutdown

https://www.scribd.com/document/462319362/A-Doctor-a-Day-Letter-Signed#from_embed
 

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https://www.nj.com/news/2020/05/defiant-nj-gym-shut-down-by-state-owners-vows-to-sue-murphy.html

"Defiant N.J. gym shut down by state, owners vow to sue Murphy"

here's a piece…
"“Alright guys, so we arrived at the gym this morning to Governor Murphy’s dirty tricks, playing with his power in the health department," one of the gym’s owners said in a video story posted to its Instagram page Thursday. "For right now, the gym will be closed. We have a full cleaning crew inside, once again, going above and beyond.”

The Instagram story also included a typed message saying, “Filing a suit against [Murphy] first thing this morning.”

Orange stickers from the Camden County Health Department declaring an embargo and a four-page notice from the state Department of Health were taped to the door."

AND this–→>>"Trumbetti said he doesn’t know what the embargo means and the state health department notice referred to a statute involving infectious disease.

The sewer system serving the gym “suddenly” backed up Wednesday, “right after [Gov. Murphy’s daily] briefing where they said the Board of Health would be involved,” Trumbetti told FOX 29, forcing members to evacuate. A sewage remediation team was onsite Thursday, according to FOX 29."

Did the state fuck with their sewage line??? TUCKER YOU BETTER COVER THIS.
 

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I caught the tail end of Bill Cunningham's show segment on 700WLW when he was talking about the State Health Director getting her hand slapped by the Court. ( Dewine claims he was already unwinding some of Ohio's E.O. Emergency Acts)
Bill also talked about how Gov. Dewine went from an 80% approval rating ( The highest of all GOP Governors in the nation) down to 30% approval due to his kowtowing to Health Director Amy Aton ( his appointment), and she has become the love interest of the Women's Magazine movements.
She should be sued into personal bankruptcy over this fiasco. In fact any government employee who violates a persons right should be held personally accountable. Absolutely no reason why anything of this nature should be allowed.
 

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One of the comments after CL article.

It sure seems like a lot of the health bureaucrats behind these ridiculous policies are women (or in the case of PA, pretending to be a woman).
 

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Pritzker forced to withdraw criminal penalties for small business owners who defy his order

https://www.illinoispolicy.org/pritzker-forced-to-withdraw-criminal-penalties-for-small-business-owners-who-defy-his-order/

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker rescinded the rule that could have put defiant business owners in jail for up to a year. He first imposed it when his authority to close them during the pandemic was challenged.

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker decided treating the state’s struggling small business owners like criminals during the COVID-19 pandemic was not the best policy.

Pritzker’s office on May 20 withdrew his controversial rule that made a Class A misdemeanor out of violating his business closure order. The announcement came as the Illinois General Assembly’s Joint Committee on Administrative Rules, or JCAR, was about to review the rule that imposed criminal penalties of up to a $2,500 fine and a year in jail.
 

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In other news, Walz is being sued by Jason Lewis, former US senator and political talk show commentator.
https://kstp.com/politics/jason-lew...ers-are-unconstitutional-may-19-2020/5735185/

Stay at home order ended Monday in Minnesota but there is still a "Stay safe" order preventing bars, churches and restaurants from opening accept to soon allow outdoor dining. Restaurants are pissed.

The catholic and many other churches around Minnesota are planing to defy the order.
https://kstp.com/news/letter-to-gov...r-by-reopening-next-week-may-20-2020/5736359/
 

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We knew this was coming. Who has blood on their hands? We know 2/3rds of the country can't scrape $1000 together in an emergency & even if you had 3 month emergency fund they are running low........ leaving few options for many people that are fully vested in their work of businesses.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...from-suicide-than-coronavirus-since-lockdowns

California doctors say they've seen more deaths from suicide than coronavirus since lockdowns

by Andrew Mark Miller

| May 21, 2020 08:50 PM


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Doctors in Northern California say they have seen more deaths from suicide than they’ve seen from the coronavirus during the pandemic.

“The numbers are unprecedented,” Dr. Michael deBoisblanc of John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, California, told ABC 7 News about the increase of deaths by suicide, adding that he’s seen a “year’s worth of suicides” in the last four weeks alone.

DeBoisblanc said he believes it’s time for California officials to end the stay-at-home order and let people back out into their communities.

"Personally, I think it's time," he said. "I think, originally, this was put in place to flatten the curve and to make sure hospitals have the resources to take care of COVID patients. We have the current resources to do that, and our other community health is suffering."

Kacey Hansen, a trauma center nurse at John Muir Medical Center for more than 30 years, says she’s worried not only about the increased suicide attempts but also about the hospital’s ability to save as many patients as usual.

"What I have seen recently, I have never seen before," Hansen said. "I have never seen so much intentional injury."

Businesses across California have started defying stay-at-home orders imposed by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and hundreds of protesters have hit the streets, making the argument that the orders were only meant to flatten the curve of the virus’s spread, which Newsom himself said was achieved in mid-April.

Suicide has been an increasingly significant problem across the country as the coronavirus outbreak caused stay-at-home orders that led to unemployment and stress.

By late March, more people had died in just one Tennessee county from suicide than had died in the entire state directly from the virus.

A study published in early May suggested that the coronavirus could lead to at least 75,000 deaths directly brought on by anxiety from the virus, job losses, and addiction to alcohol and drugs.

Another study conducted by Just Facts around the same time computed a broad array of scientific data showing that stress is one of the deadliest health hazards in the world and estimated that the coronavirus lockdowns will destroy 7 times as many years of human life than strict lockdowns can save.

Earlier this week, more than 600 doctors signed their names on a letter to President Trump, referring to the continued lockdowns as a “mass casualty incident” and urging him to do what he can to ensure they come to an end.
 

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The Remdesivir Study Is Finally Out: Drug Only Helped Those On Oxygen, Finds Mortality Too High For Standalone Treatment

Remember when the market soared on several days in April on the Facui-touted Remdesivir study which, according to StatNews and various other unofficial sources of rumors, was a smashing success only for the optimism to fizzle as many questions emerged, and as the Gilead drug quietly faded from the public's consciousness and was replaced by various coronavirus vaccine candidates such as those made by the greatly hyped Moderna (whose insiders just can't stop selling company stock).

Meanwhile, those who were waiting for the official version of Remdesivir's effectiveness had to do so until 6pm on a Friday before a long holiday, and for good reason…

… According to a pivotal study published in the New England Journal of Medicine late on Friday, Remdesivir, which was authorized to treat Covid-19 in a group of 1063 adults and children (split into two groups, one receiving placebo instead of remdesivir) who need i) supplemental oxygen, ii) a ventilator or iii) extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), only significantly helped those on supplemental oxygen.

Meanwhile, and explaining the 6pm release on a Friday, the study also found no marked benefit from remdesivir for those who were healthier and didn’t need oxygen or those who were sicker, requiring a ventilator or a heart-lung bypass machine.

The NEJM, almost apologetically, stated that "the lack of benefit seen in the other groups might have stemmed from a smaller number of patients in each group."

Still, as a result of the partial benefit for patients in the supplemental oxygen group, the study from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases was evaluated early and led to the authorization of remdesivir before the full trial was completed.

Some more details on the study, which was a "rank test of the time to recovery with remdesivir as compared with placebo, with stratification by disease severity":

The primary outcome measure was the time to recovery, defined as the first day, during the 28 days after enrollment, on which a patient satisfied categories 1, 2, or 3 on the eight-category ordinal scale. The categories are as follows:

not hospitalized, no limitations of activities;
not hospitalized, limitation of activities, home oxygen requirement, or both;
hospitalized, not requiring supplemental oxygen and no longer requiring ongoing medical care (used if hospitalization was extended for infection-control reasons);
hospitalized, not requiring supplemental oxygen but requiring ongoing medical care (Covid-19–related or other medical conditions);
5, hospitalized, requiring any supplemental oxygen;
hospitalized, requiring noninvasive ventilation or use of high-flow oxygen devices;
hospitalized, receiving invasive mechanical ventilation or extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO); and
death.

The results are summarized below, highlighting the only group that showed a statistically significant improvement in outcomes as a result of taking the drug vs placebo.

The study found that overall "mortality was numerically lower in the remdesivir group than in the placebo group, but the difference was not significant", in other words the alleged "miracle drug" has largely the same effect as a placebo in terms of overall disease mortality.
https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/remdesivir-study-finally-out-drug-only-helped-those-oxygen-finds-mortality-too-high

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The Remdesivir Study Is Finally Out: Drug Only Helped Those On Oxygen, Finds Mortality Too High For Standalone Treatment

Remember when the market soared on several days in April on the Facui-touted Remdesivir study which, according to StatNews and various other unofficial sources of rumors, was a smashing success only for the optimism to fizzle as many questions emerged, and as the Gilead drug quietly faded from the public's consciousness and was replaced by various coronavirus vaccine candidates such as those made by the greatly hyped Moderna (whose insiders just can't stop selling company stock).

Meanwhile, those who were waiting for the official version of Remdesivir's effectiveness had to do so until 6pm on a Friday before a long holiday, and for good reason…

… According to a pivotal study published in the New England Journal of Medicine late on Friday, Remdesivir, which was authorized to treat Covid-19 in a group of 1063 adults and children (split into two groups, one receiving placebo instead of remdesivir) who need i) supplemental oxygen, ii) a ventilator or iii) extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), only significantly helped those on supplemental oxygen.

Meanwhile, and explaining the 6pm release on a Friday, the study also found no marked benefit from remdesivir for those who were healthier and didn’t need oxygen or those who were sicker, requiring a ventilator or a heart-lung bypass machine.

The NEJM, almost apologetically, stated that "the lack of benefit seen in the other groups might have stemmed from a smaller number of patients in each group."

Still, as a result of the partial benefit for patients in the supplemental oxygen group, the study from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases was evaluated early and led to the authorization of remdesivir before the full trial was completed.

Some more details on the study, which was a "rank test of the time to recovery with remdesivir as compared with placebo, with stratification by disease severity":

The primary outcome measure was the time to recovery, defined as the first day, during the 28 days after enrollment, on which a patient satisfied categories 1, 2, or 3 on the eight-category ordinal scale. The categories are as follows:

not hospitalized, no limitations of activities;
not hospitalized, limitation of activities, home oxygen requirement, or both;
hospitalized, not requiring supplemental oxygen and no longer requiring ongoing medical care (used if hospitalization was extended for infection-control reasons);
hospitalized, not requiring supplemental oxygen but requiring ongoing medical care (Covid-19–related or other medical conditions);
5, hospitalized, requiring any supplemental oxygen;
hospitalized, requiring noninvasive ventilation or use of high-flow oxygen devices;
hospitalized, receiving invasive mechanical ventilation or extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO); and
death.

The results are summarized below, highlighting the only group that showed a statistically significant improvement in outcomes as a result of taking the drug vs placebo.

The study found that overall "mortality was numerically lower in the remdesivir group than in the placebo group, but the difference was not significant", in other words the alleged "miracle drug" has largely the same effect as a placebo in terms of overall disease mortality.
https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/remdesivir-study-finally-out-drug-only-helped-those-oxygen-finds-mortality-too-high

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https://townhall.com/tipsheet/cortn...virus-predictions-a-crock-of-baloney-n2569293
NY Assemblyman Predicts Cuomo's 'Endgame' in Keeping the State Closed


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"This dictatorial takeover of our state has got to end," New York Assemblyman David DiPietro said at a New York protest against Gov. Andrew Cuomo's shutdown on Friday. The state has entered Phase One of reopening, but DiPietro sees no reason why they can't speed the process along.


The Republican doesn't buy the chicken little predictions about a second coronavirus wave because, he explained, he has faith in his fellow Americans.

"I'd say that's a big crock of baloney," Dipietro responded. "This country has learned how to social distance, and it has learned how to beat back this virus."

Having said that, he believes it's time for New York to reopen and that Cuomo's COVID-19 restrictions have no rhyme or reason. He added that Cuomo's agenda is discriminatory against New Yorkers of faith. Churches were placed in the very last phase of New York's reopening plans, in Phase Four. Until, church services are restricted to just 10 people at a time.

"You can't tell me you can put 8 to 10,000 people in Walmart, but only 10 people in a church," DiPietro sounded off. He observed that casinos have also opened their doors.

The White House has a much different approach to houses of worship. On Friday President Trump announced that churches are "essential" and should be treated as such during the pandemic. He called on the governors to allow churches to open "right now."

So what is Cuomo's endgame?

"Money," DiPietro said, without skipping a beat. "Money and power. Just like most of them. Extort as much money from the federal government as you can to cover up his horrible budgets that have plunged us into deficits that are beyond our imagination."

Cuomo has indeed asking for more funding from Washington, arguing that New York has put plenty of money into the federal pot over the years and is deserving of the funds.


State Senator Patrick Gallivan will introduce a resolution in Albany next week to limit the governor's emergency powers to 30 days, in which time he or she has to file weekly reports for the legislature. If he or she want to extend those powers, they have to go through the legislature.

A bill DiPietro introduced with State Senator Pam Helming goes even further. It seeks to strip Cuomo of "all of his powers," meaning the new emergency powers granted to him earlier this year.

"Gov. Cuomo has overstepped, superseded and, frankly, taken advantage of his executive authority in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis,” DiPietro said.
 

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CV hysteria is a huge global psyop.

Listen to this video of former Colonel of Military Intelligence Service for Russia (GRU) Vladimir Kvachkov discussing on how the farce of a pandemic which is the Coronavirus 'planned outbreak' is a very organized 'special operation' carried out by Military, Intelligence and State apparatus'.

He also goes on to explain who are some of the powers that are behind this global attack on humanity.

Backup link in case lametube nukes it:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/nB0R1fg87TIu/
 

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The CDC’s continued screwups make it very hard to trust


Which is it? CDC Director Robert Redfield now says that coronavirus cannot be contracted by touching contaminated surfaces. EPA

A new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that you’re highly unlikely to contract the coronavirus by touching contaminated surfaces. But will that turn out to be yet another mistake?

Because it’s become hard to trust the CDC on anything, given its repeated screw-ups amid the pandemic.

Early in February, the agency sent out coronavirus tests across the country — but labs soon found they were unreliable. The CDC had to reverse course and ask labs to send all samples to its Atlanta HQ for testing, setting the nation back days at a crucial time.

And it wasn’t until March 3 that the CDC lifted its final restrictions to allow tests beyond its own flawed ones.

The missteps kept up. For months, the CDC told Americans that only those who know they’re sick should wear face masks to prevent the virus’ spread. On April 3, it flipped, saying everyone should wear a mask if social distancing isn’t possible.

Fresh reason to doubt the agency’s pronouncements came this week, with another unbelievable bungle: It turned out that CDC data — relied on by states for reopening decisions — don’t measure what everyone thought. It’s been mixing the results of viral tests, which show who has a current case of COVID, and antibody tests, which show who has ever had the bug. The tests are administered for different reasons and provide different info.

Epidemiologists were flabbergasted that the CDC was combining the two results in its tracking — especially since the agency’s COVID Data Tracker website had claimed as recently as May 18 that the numbers didn’t include the results of antibody tests.

Americans are sacrificing a lot based on CDC guidance. It needs to get its act together so the public can trust its edicts.

https://nypost.com/2020/05/22/the-cdcs-continued-screwups-make-it-very-hard-to-trust/
 

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CV hysteria is a huge global psyop.

Listen to this video of former Colonel of Military Intelligence Service for Russia (GRU) Vladimir Kvachkov discussing on how the farce of a pandemic which is the Coronavirus 'planned outbreak' is a very organized 'special operation' carried out by Military, Intelligence and State apparatus'.

He also goes on to explain who are some of the powers that are behind this global attack on humanity.

Backup link in case lametube nukes it:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/nB0R1fg87TIu/
Comrade Vladimir sounds like a GIMMER.

If that's not Scorp or keef then I wonder whom it may be?

Golden Regards
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https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/22/mar...n-on-challenges-of-reopening-in-pandemic.html
NJ restaurant owner: Just because businesses can reopen does not mean they will survive
Published Fri, May 22 20203:29 PM EDT
  • New Jersey restaurant owner Chris Clayton told CNBC on Friday that giving businesses the green light to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic does not guarantee their survival.
  • “Just being open doesn’t mean that you’re not going to go under. You need to be open enough, especially for businesses that are ready to do volume, to make it worth it,” Clayton said on “Squawk Alley.”
  • Clayton is the owner of Margate Dairy Bar & Burger in Margate City, southwest of Atlantic City on the Jersey Shore.

New Jersey restaurant owner Chris Clayton told CNBC on Friday that giving businesses the green light to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic does not guarantee their survival.
“Open is a four-letter word,” Clayton said on “Squawk Alley.” “Just being open doesn’t mean that you’re not going to go under. You need to be open enough, especially for businesses that are ready to do volume, to make it worth it.”

Clayton is the owner and operator of Margate Dairy Bar & Burger in Margate City, southwest of Atlantic City on the Jersey Shore. Beaches in New Jersey are allowed to open for Memorial Day weekend, with social distancing and other restrictions in place, and nonessential retailers can now begin offering curbside pickup.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday he thinks it could be a “matter of weeks” until the state can ease more virus-related restrictions and allow more nonessential businesses to reopen. New Jersey has the second-most cases of Covid-19 in the U.S., with 152,579 as of Friday afternoon, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Often, when states and cities relax health orders, businesses in certain industries will have to comply with capacity restrictions, which are meant to allow for social distancing. But Clayton noted that capacity limits can be particularly difficult for certain sectors.
“I have friends in the amusement park and theater business and they go, ’Listen, if we have to open at 25%, 50%, social distancing, we can’t pay our electric bill,” Clayton said.
Margate Dairy Bar & Burger is open for delivery, and Clayton stressed the importance of making sure customers and workers alike feel safe through protocols such as disinfecting pens and taking employees’ temperatures. The changes have brought added costs for supplies and hurt margins, Clayton said.

“We believe some of them will be temporary, but we will believe some of them will be more long term,” he said. “If you’re not watching the margins in the business, whether you’re small, medium or large, you might be dead, just not hit the floor yet,” Clayton added.
Founded in 1952, Clayton’s business — which has walk-up windows for service — is “built for volume,” which is complicated in a world upended by a health crisis, he said. “If I’m not hearing from the chief of police on a Saturday night that there’s too many people in the street, I’m concerned I’m slow.”
“Now we’ve gone from being a business that we want folks, 40, 50, 60 years old ... to come and hang to a place that says, ’Hey, we love you, but you’ve got to get your product and you’ve got to go,” he added. “It makes us sad, but, again, we can innovate. ... For some of us it’s harder than others, and my hopes are that we can get them back and up and running.”
 

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UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF THE SARS-COVID 19 : SUICIDESCALIFORNIA HAS HAD MORE SUICIDES THAN VICTIMS OF COVID. - By John SalvatoreWALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) — Doctors at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek say they have seen more deaths by suicide during this quarantine period than deaths from the COVID-19 virus. The head of the trauma in the department believes mental health is suffering so much, it is time to end the shelter-in-place order. “Personally I think it’s time,” said Dr. Mike deBoisblanc. “I think, originally, this (the shelter-in-place order) was put in place to flatten the curve and to make sure hospitals have the resources to take care of COVID patients.We have the current resources to do that and our other community health is suffering.” ......

"As an MIT PhD in Biological Engineering who studies & does research nearly every day on the Immune System, the #coronavirus fear mongering by the Deep State will go down in history as one of the biggest fraud to manipulate economies, suppress dissent, & push MANDATED Medicine! " - Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

More Here: https://flagandcross.com/confirmed-...rnia-from-suicide-than-covid-during-pandemic/
 

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I saw this and it made me think that maybe China is trying to get in front of the story that maybe a whole lot more escaped that lab than a bat virus that they did or did not manipulate? If so, then "interesting times" is a blatant understatement.

China’s ‘Bat Woman’ Warns Coronavirus Is Just Tip of the Iceberg
https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/oth...avirus-is-just-tip-of-the-iceberg/ar-BB14z4Gj

Shi Zhengli, a virologist renowned for her work on coronavirus in bats, said in an interview on Chinese state television that viruses being discovered now are “just the tip of the iceberg” and called for international cooperation in the fight against epidemics.

Known as China’s “bat woman,” the deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology said research into viruses needs scientists and governments to be transparent and cooperative, and that it is “very regrettable” when science is politicized.
 
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I saw this and it made me think that maybe China is trying to get in front of the story that maybe a whole lot more escaped that lab than a bat virus that they did or did not manipulate? If so, then "interesting times" is a blatant understatement.

China’s ‘Bat Woman’ Warns Coronavirus Is Just Tip of the Iceberg
https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/oth...avirus-is-just-tip-of-the-iceberg/ar-BB14z4Gj

Shi Zhengli, a virologist renowned for her work on coronavirus in bats, said in an interview on Chinese state television that viruses being discovered now are “just the tip of the iceberg” and called for international cooperation in the fight against epidemics.

Known as China’s “bat woman,” the deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology said research into viruses needs scientists and governments to be transparent and cooperative, and that it is “very regrettable” when science is politicized.
Pre-emptive fear mongering at its worst.
 

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-8355273/WHO-says-SUSPENDING-trial-anti-malaria-drug-hydoxychloroquine-coronavirus-patients.html

WHO says it is SUSPENDING its trial of anti-malaria drug hydoxychloroquine in coronavirus patients citing safety concerns - a day after Trump boasts about finishing his prescription

A clinical trial of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine in coronavirus patients has been suspended amid safety concerns.

Hydroxychloroquine has been touted by President Donald Trump and he even revealed he took the medication for two weeks as a prophylactic.

But the World Health Organization (WHO) said it was concerned after a study from The Lancet published on Friday revealed higher mortality rates among COVID-19 patients who took the drug.

Therefore, researchers said they're suspending use of hydroxychloroquine in the WHO's Solidarity Trial, which is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of four drugs and drug combinations against the virus.

'The executive group has implemented a temporary pause of the hydroxychloroquine arm within the Solidarity trial while the safety data is reviewed by the data safety monitoring board,' WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Monday.

However, other arms of the trial are continuing, including testing of the experimental drug remdesivir and an HIV combination therapy.
 

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/25/who-world-health-organization-hydroxychloroquine-trial-trump-coronavirus-safety-fears

WHO halts hydroxychloroquine trial for coronavirus amid safety fears

The World Health Organization has said it will temporarily drop hydroxychloroquine — the malaria drug Donald Trump said he is taking as a precaution — from its global study into experimental coronavirus treatments after safety concerns.

The WHO’s director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in light of a paper published last week in the Lancet that showed people taking hydroxychloroquine were at higher risk of death and heart problems than those who were not, it would pause the hydroxychloroquine arm of its solidarity global clinical trial.

“The executive group has implemented a temporary pause of the hydroxychloroquine arm within the solidarity trial while the safety data is reviewed by the data safety monitoring board,” Tedros said on Monday. “The other arms of the trial are continuing,”
 

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Should we be Surprised ? After all what about all that .gov vaccine grant money still available, and then royalties the winning pharma will make going once in full go production.
HCQ = No New Money. New Vaccine = BIG $$$$$$$$$$$$ for all involved ( WHO et al)
 

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