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Guess it is hard to make money off of people who are quickly & easily cured.
Very frustrating how so much red tape is being applied to what is supposed to be an emergency.
Not only a 100% cure but also a preventative... with 0 side effects... What's not to like?
 

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Not only a 100% cure but also a preventative... with 0 side effects... What's not to like?
The loss of huge profit margins for big pharma
 

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Ivermectin it is widely used for parasitic infections and is being cited and prescribed as treatment against the deadly coronavirus.

Used with Zinc and an doxycycline

Almost the same as HCQ, Zinc, and azithromycin
 

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Tucker: When do we get America back?

 

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Who benefits the most by this pandemic lockdown?

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Politicians in bed with the chinese...... this is falling apart fast.

http://www.mr-mehra.com/2020/08/sweden-uncovers-3700-false-positives.html?m=1

Sweden uncovers 3,700 false positives from faulty Chinese-made coronavirus test kits
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  • Sweden said the PCR kits were from a Chinese company called BGI Genomics
  • The testing kits were used by Swedes between the months of March and August
  • Mostly, 'people who had mild symptoms or who didn't feel any symptoms at the time of the test received false positive results,' the public health agency said
Sweden's Public Health Agency said today a faulty test kit had returned some 3,700 false positive results, an error discovered by two laboratories during routine quality controls.
The agency said the PCR kits, which test for an ongoing COVID-19 infection, were made in China by the company BGI Genomics and had been distributed worldwide.
In Sweden, the kits were used by people conducting at-home tests between period March and August, the agency said.
Mostly, 'people who had mild symptoms or who didn't feel any symptoms at the time of the test received false positive results,' the agency said in a statement.


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Sweden's Public Health Agency said the PCR kits, which test for an ongoing COVID-19 infection, were made in China by the company BGI Genomics and had been distributed worldwide (Pictured: PCR kits made by Chinese company BGI Genomics)


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It added that it would contact those affected this week, as well as adjusting Sweden's official number of cases.
'The faulty test kit has been reported to the Swedish Medical Products Agency. It has been exported by China to many other countries,' the agency said, adding that it has 'informed relevant authorities in Europe and the WHO'.
Sweden on Tuesday said it had 86,891 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus and 5,814 deaths.
Lockdown-free Sweden last week recorded its highest death toll in a six-month period for 150 years - with 4,500 of its 51,405 fatalities being Covid-19 related.
It's the highest tally from January to the end of June since 1869 when 55,431 people died, largely because of a famine. The population of Sweden then was just 4.1million, compared to 10.3million today.
It should also be noted that Sweden remained neutral during the two world wars, whereas most European countries were experiencing the equivalent of a six-month coronavirus death toll in the course of a single battle 75 years ago.


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People enjoy boat rides, canoe paddling and stand up paddle in the nearly 30 degrees Celsius summer weather at the Palsund canal in Stockholm, Sweden in early August. The country has been unique for its liberal approach to the virus, avoiding locking the country down
Nevertheless, coronavirus means Sweden's deaths are around 10 per cent higher than the average over the last five years, the country's statistics office.
In April the number of deaths was almost 40 percent higher than average due to a surge in COVID-related fatalities.
Although Sweden has struggled compared to its Nordic neighbours, the country's per capita death toll is lower than in the United Kingdom, Spain and Italy.
Sweden has been controversial for its liberal attitude to controlling the pandemic, preferring instead to let run through the population to create a 'herd immunity.'
Its measures have focused on voluntary social distancing guidance.
Most schools have remained open and many businesses have been continued to operate to some extent, meaning the economy has fared significantly better than most.
However, the death toll has been higher than in its Nordic neighbours, which opted for tougher lockdown measures.
Norway, with around half the population, has had only around 260 COVID deaths in total.
The economy of Finland also outperformed its larger neighbour in the second quarter, despite a tougher lockdown.
Finland's gross domestic product shrank around 5 per cent against an 8.6 per cent contraction in Sweden from the previous three-month period.
These figures make for light-reading compared to the 20.4 percent shrinkage in the United Kingdom in the second quarter.
 

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https://www.foxnews.com/politics/cu...vel-rules-cdc-drops-quarantine-recommendation

Cuomo, other governors maintain coronavirus travel rules despite CDC dropping quarantine recommendation
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have strict quarantine rules that apply to most states
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Violators of New York City's COVID quarantine rules face $10,000 fine
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced checkpoints will be set up at bridges and tunnels leading into New York City to enforce a quarantine order for people coming from states with high rates of COVID-19; Steve Harrigan reports.
The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut extended their 14-day quarantine requirement for travelers coming in from most U.S. states, after the Centers for Disease Control removed their quarantine recommendation for those traveling overseas or out of state during the coronavirus pandemic.

On Monday, after the CDC had updated its guidelines, Cuomo posted a vague tweet about public health decisions without mentioning the CDC.
CORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWN
"Retweet if you think public health decisions should be based on science, NOT politics," he said.

It is unclear what Cuomo was referring to in this tweet, and his office did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for clarification or comment on the CDC's decision.
The three states currently impose a 14-day self-quarantine requirement on people arriving from 31 U.S. states and territories. Tuesday's extension removed Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Maryland and Montana from the list, but added Guam.
NEW YORK LIFTS CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ON 5 STATES
Though the two-week recommendation was removed, the federal agency did caution travelers that they can still contract the novel coronavirus while traveling.

"You may feel well and not have any symptoms, but you can still spread COVID-19 to others," the agency warns. "You and your travel companions (including children) may spread COVID-19 to other people including your family, friends, and community for 14 days after you were exposed to the virus."
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The CDC also recommends that travelers wear masks indoors, wash hands, maintain social distancing guidelines, and monitor themselves for symptoms of COVID-19.
The CDC also says that people should follow state, local, and territorial restrictions, and that "taying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from COVID-19."
Fox News' Amy McGorry contributed to this report.
 

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Department of Justice Requesting Data From Governors of States that Issued COVID-19 Orders that May Have Resulted in Deaths of Elderly Nursing Home Residents

Data will help inform whether the Department of Justice will initiate investigations under the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (CRIPA) regarding New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan’s response to COVID-19 in public nursing homes

Today the Justice Department requested COVID-19 data from the governors of states that issued orders which may have resulted in the deaths of thousands of elderly nursing home residents. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan required nursing homes to admit COVID-19 patients to their vulnerable populations, often without adequate testing.

For example, on March 25, 2020, New York ordered: “No resident shall be denied re-admission or admission to [a nursing home] solely based on a confirmed or suspected diagnosis of COVID-19. [Nursing homes] are prohibited from requiring a hospitalized resident who is determined medically stable to be tested for COVID-19 prior to admission or readmission.”

“Protecting the rights of some of society’s most vulnerable members, including elderly nursing home residents, is one of our country’s most important obligations,” said Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Division Eric Dreiband. “We must ensure they are adequately cared for with dignity and respect and not unnecessarily put at risk.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control, New York has the highest number of COVID-19 deaths in the United States, with 32,592 victims, many of them elderly. New York’s death rate by population is the second highest in the country with 1,680 deaths per million people. New Jersey’s death rate by population is 1,733 deaths per million people – the highest in the nation. In contrast, Texas’s death rate by population is 380 deaths per million people; and Texas has just over 11,000 deaths, though its population is 50 percent larger than New York and has many more recorded cases of COVID-19 – 577,537 cases in Texas versus 430,885 cases in New York. Florida’s COVID-19 death rate is 480 deaths per million; with total deaths of 10,325 and a population slightly larger than New York.

The Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division is evaluating whether to initiate investigations under the federal “Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act” (CRIPA), which protects the civil rights of persons in state-run nursing homes, among others. The Civil Rights Division seeks to determine if the state orders requiring admission of COVID-19 patients to nursing homes is responsible for the deaths of nursing home residents.

On March 3, 2020, the Attorney General announced the Justice Department’s National Nursing Home Initiative. This is a comprehensive effort by the department, led by the Elder Justice Initiative and in strong partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that uses every available tool to pursue nursing homes that provide substandard care to their residents. As announced on April 10, 2020, the department is also investigating the Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke, Massachusetts, where COVID-19 has taken the lives of at least 76 residents. https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/fede...nursing-home-veterans-massachusetts-announced

The data requests and Soldiers’ Home investigation are not accusations of fault or wrongdoing by the states or any other individual or entity, and the department has not reached any conclusions about these matters.
 

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Cervesa Sickness

 

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2020 08 27 Three Quarters Should Not Have Died (43 min 43 sec):


Published on Aug 27, 2020 by Tickerguy​
 

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British government issued blanket DNR order for elder-care homes



Not only did government officials tell some care home managers to apply "Do Not Resuscitate" orders to patients in their care during the COVID-19 pandemic, some actually did.

10% of home-care staff complied with the DNR order without consultation with family members, nursing staff or the residents themselves, according to the report by the Queen’s Nursing Institute.



https://www.wnd.com/2020/08/british-government-issued-blanket-dnr-order-elder-care-homes/
 

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C.D.C. Now Says People Without Covid-19 Symptoms Do Not Need Testing
Katherine J. Wu 2 days ago


C.D.C. Now Says People Without Covid-19 Symptoms Do Not Need Testing
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quietly modified its coronavirus testing guidelines this week to exclude people who do not have symptoms of Covid-19 — even if they have been recently exposed to the virus.
© Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times “If people are getting exposed, and they’re not getting tested, and they’re not isolating, that’s a huge problem,” one doctor said.
Experts questioned the revision, pointing to the importance of identifying infections in the small window immediately before the onset of symptoms, when many individuals appear to be most contagious.

Models suggest that about half of transmission events can be traced back to individuals still in this so-called pre-symptomatic stage, before they start to feel ill — if they ever feel sick at all.

“This is potentially dangerous,” said Dr. Krutika Kuppalli, an infectious disease physician in Palo Alto, Calif. Restricting testing to only people with obvious symptoms of Covid-19 means “you’re not looking for a lot of people who are potential spreaders of disease,” she added. “I feel like this is going to make things worse.”

At a moment when experts have almost universally come forward to encourage more frequent and widespread testing, especially to reach vulnerable and marginalized sectors of the population, the C.D.C.’s update appears counterintuitive and “very strange,” said Susan Butler-Wu, a clinical microbiologist at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California.

Just weeks ago, the National Institutes of Health announced the first round of grant recipients for its Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics program, or RADx, to scale up coronavirus testing in the coming weeks and months. On the agency’s RADx website, officials underscore the importance of prioritizing tests that can “detect people who are asymptomatic.”

A more lax approach to testing, experts said, could delay crucial treatments, as well as obscure, or even hasten, the coronavirus’s spread in the community.

“I think it’s bizarre,” said Daniel Larremore, a mathematician and infectious diseases modeler at the University of Colorado Boulder. “Any move right now to reduce levels of testing by changing guidelines is a step in the wrong direction.”

Prior iterations of the C.D.C.’s testing guidelines struck a markedly different tone, explicitly stating that “testing is recommended for all close contacts” of people infected with the coronavirus, regardless of symptoms. The agency also specifically emphasized “the potential for asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic transmission” as an important factor in the spread of the virus.

The newest version, which was posted on Monday, amended the agency’s guidance to say that people who have been in close contact with an infected individual — typically defined as being within six feet of a person with the coronavirus and for at least 15 minutes — “do not necessarily need a test” if they do not have symptoms. Exceptions, the agency noted, might be made for “vulnerable” individuals, or if health care providers or state or local public health officials recommend testing.

“Wow, that is a walk-back,” Dr. Butler-Wu said. “We’re in the middle of a pandemic, and that’s a really big change.”

Dr. Butler-Wu said she was concerned that the guidelines would be misinterpreted as implying that people without symptoms were unable to pass the coronavirus on to others — a falsehood that experts had been trying for months to dispel. “If people are getting exposed, and they’re not getting tested, and they’re not isolating, that’s a huge problem,” Dr. Kuppalli said.

By the C.D.C.’s own estimates, roughly 40 percent of people infected with the coronavirus may never go on to develop symptoms, remaining asymptomatic for the duration of their tenure with the virus. These numbers are tentative — and ironically can’t be confirmed without more testing of people who appear entirely healthy.

Although researchers remain unsure how often asymptomatic people unwittingly transmit the coronavirus, studies have shown that the silently infected can carry the virus in high amounts. The evidence is more clear-cut for pre-symptomatic people, in whom virus levels tend to peak just before illness sets in — a period when these individuals might be mingling with their peers, seeding superspreader events. Notably, experts can’t distinguish asymptomatic people from those who are pre-symptomatic until symptoms do or don’t appear.

“It seems backward to just ignore pre-symptomatic patients,” Dr. Butler-Wu said.

David Piegaro, who lives in Trenton, N.J., had sought out several tests for the coronavirus in recent months, after events like funerals and those that require travel because of his post in the national guard. He never experienced symptoms, and his tests have all been negative, bringing him peace of mind, especially because he lives with his parents and grandfather. “I viewed testing as a good thing to do,” he said. “Asymptomatic people could be spreading the virus, so widespread testing seems valuable.”

Tracking asymptomatic cases is also important from the perspective of the infected, Dr. Kuppalli said. Less than a year into this pandemic, experts still don’t know the full extent of the long-term consequences of contracting the coronavirus, even if the initial encounter seems benign.

The reasons behind the surprise shift in testing recommendations are unclear. In response to an inquiry from The New York Times, a representative for the C.D.C. directed the questions to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. An H.H.S. spokesperson said that asymptomatic testing could still be warranted “when directed by public health leaders or health care providers,” and noted that testing decisions should be “based on individual circumstances and the status of community spread.”

On Twitter, some people speculated that the Trump administration made the change to try to address continuing supply shortages, which have stymied testing efforts in many parts of the country, stretching turnaround times for results to weeks or more. Many institutions and companies performing testing have prioritized people with symptoms in their lineup as a way to expedite the return of results for those most at risk for falling severely ill.

When asked about this, the H.H.S. spokesperson said that the modification was not a response to sputtering supply chains. “Testing capacity has massively expanded, and we are not utilizing the full capacity that we have developed,” the spokesperson said. “We revised the guidance to reflect current evidence and the best public health interventions.”

Poorly timed testing, if conducted infrequently, could lead to false positives or false negatives, mistaking healthy people as infected or vice versa. That’s a potential risk if someone gets tested too soon after being exposed to the coronavirus, Dr. Butler-Wu pointed out.

Even so, anyone with a known exposure should quarantine and consider seeking a test, Dr. Kuppalli said, adding, “We still need to be careful.”
 

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If that's what the CDC have actually advised, they've run their race, they know they have and I think they're about to take the COVID horse out the back of the shed...
 

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https://thedcpatriot.com/texas-county-drops-from-4600-active-covid-cases-to-under-100-after-audit/

TEXAS COUNTY DROPS FROM 4600+ ACTIVE COVID CASES TO UNDER 100 AFTER AUDIT

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Doubting the accuracy of State of Texas Covid-19 numbers, Collin Co., Texas, dropped its active case numbers from over 4600 to under 100 overnight after an audit.


Earlier this month, Collin Co.’s ‘Covid-19 Dashboard’ claimed over 4600 active cases in the county based on data provided by the Texas Dept. of State Health Services, prompting county officials to question the accuracy of the data because, presumably, the county’s hospitals weren’t overloaded.


“Collin County is providing COVID-19 numbers and data as a convenience to our residents, however, Department of State Health Services (DSHS) officials have acknowledged that the active case count for Collin County is significantly overstated,” reads a disclaimer on the county’s web site. “We advise residents that Collin County lacks confidence in the data currently being provided to us.”

“DSHS officials have agreed to immediately redirect resources to correct the issue, but have not provided a timeline on when their reports will be corrected.”

According to the Community Impact newsletter:




County Judge Chris Hill said he has had “significant conversations” with DSHS officials about their plans to address issues raised by commissioners. After the revision to the disclaimer was approved, Hill explained DSHS planned to set up a Collin County work group Aug. 25 that will be committed to rectifying the county’s backlog of cases.


“They’re going to be working to call everyone who’s on that list that’s currently active to determine whether or not they’re still active or whether or not they’re recovered,” he said.



Hill said the work group will be checking whether patients currently classified as active cases of COVID-19 have been symptom-free for 10 days so they can be reclassified as recovered. He also explained that if the group is unable to reach a patient after three attempts, they will be reclassified as recovered.


The “work group” consists of 12 private contractors performing an audit of the data.


State officials claimed the inaccurate numbers were due to a “backlog” that had “recently included some older cases,” a questionable statement given that Collin Co. active case numbers were apparently overstated by over 5600%.
 

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Coronavirus - It’s Deadlier Than You Thought

 

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Continue to adjust deaths downward.

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Coronavirus - It’s Deadlier Than You Thought

LOL! Man, that video was published in March and some of us are just now seeing it. That's a shame. It should have way more views than it has received.

There are some good viewer comments on YouTube:
  • by Morden Grey: One good thing about the Corona Virus-- It has effectively eliminated all other diseases from the face of the earth.
  • by Mickey Lee: JP should also add: "All deaths past, present, and future need to be labeled as Covid-19, and all doctors refusing to comply need to be branded as a Covid-19 sympathizer."
  • by Dark Lady: The idea that you neglect your body for years with no sleep, no exercise, junk food, and being overweight but now choose to wear a mask for your own health . . . LOL! Genius!
  • by Denny Gerard: Brilliant satire, this piece made me laugh so hard. I mean inside. Because laughing outside would no doubt be expelling droplets that could be infected.
  • by Mehtap Frayne: “go back to sleep America” or “don’t bother to question and don’t bother using your awareness’
  • by K. Stacey: A guy was creeping up on me so close in line at the grocery store, I made sure my purse was pulled around to the front. It was glorious, like a trip back to the times of sanity in our past. Like, February. ??
  • by Dennis Alwine: 'Virus sympathizers," aka 'virus deniers' and, of course, science deniers. Because anyone who disputes government-sponsored research is a science denier.
  • by Nikki James: I wish I could hug you..... Thank you man! Thank you for being unapologetically you. Love your videos. SO well done! ??
  • by Dirty: When I die, the first thing I’m going to ask God about is WHY toilet paper went first...

Here's another video by the same comedian.....

Why the Lockdown Should Last Longer (5 min 17 sec):​
Published on Jun 3, 2020 by AwakenWithJP​
 
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If it's proven the "expert fauci & brix were bribed to destroy America............... I don't think we can fathom the anger that will be unleashed.
Never thought as time passed brix was very comfortable as she realized what was happening..........

Remember Judas hung himself........ rope never goes out of style!
 

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https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm#ExcessDeaths

Comorbidities
Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death. The number of deaths with each condition or cause is shown for all deaths and by age groups. For data on comorbidities,

So, 6% of deaths were covid only. And that was with financial incentives to lie.

6% of how many deaths? Is this where the covid deaths at under 10,000 came from?

Shut the country down, destroyed millions of small businesses, 50 million unemployed, etc. - biggest government crime against the people of the US I've ever witnessed - much bigger than 911.
 
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Comorbidities
Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death. The number of deaths with each condition or cause is shown for all deaths and by age groups. For data on comorbidities,

So, 6% of deaths were covid only. And that was with financial incentives to lie.
Which Table 3? I don't see any row showing just Covid-19. So I am not seeing where the 6% comes in.

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Comorbidities
Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death. The number of deaths with each condition or cause is shown for all deaths and by age groups. For data on comorbidities,

So, 6% of deaths were covid only. And that was with financial incentives to lie.
Thanks, I just showed the CDC report and she's amazed. She, like the rest of us doesn't know what to believe now. Things I never have ever believed are the government/politicians and the media
 

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Which Table 3? I don't see any row showing just Covid-19. So I am not seeing where the 6% comes in.

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You can select between all deaths and covid caused deaths from the drop down in the graphs. Notice the numbers in the x axis changes between both selections. I think that's what Silver is talking about. I still don't see where the ~9200 covid death number come from tho
 
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