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The Pandemic Narrative and the War Against the People: Day 2 of an Online Interdisciplinary Symposium

Friday, July 30, 2021 was Day #2 of an online international and interdisciplinary symposium organized by Doctors for Covid Ethics (see the report for Day #1). The symposium was titled, “Call for Immediate Intervention: Gold Standard Covid Science in Practice” (full program PDF, flyer PDF), and the five hour period for the second day was […]
Tags: Democracy, Surveillance, Anthropology, Pfizer, Authoritarianism, Vaccines, Lockdown, Pandemic, Moderna, Vaccine Hesitancy, Dictatorship, Pharmaceutical Companies, Covid19, Reiner Fuellmich, Vaccine Passports, Doctors for Covid Ethics


NIH director acknowledges new mask mandates for vaccinated people are 'mostly about protecting the unvaccinated'

Jeffrey Greenberg/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images NIH Director Francis Collins confirmed new mask rules are primarily about protecting the unvaccinated. New guidance for fully vaccinated people in some places to wear masks has sparked confusion. For those in high-risk communities, "it is prudent to put on a mask even if you're vaccinated," Collins told CNN. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Director of the National Institutes of Health, D...
Tags: Politics, Mississippi, Cdc, Trends, Cnn, Delta, National Institutes of Health, The New York Times, Vaccines, Times, Nih, Collins, Jake Tapper, Centers for Disease Control, Francis Collins, Barnstable County Massachusetts


Malawi moves to Maggie Mkandawire’s beat

Empowering her people through music and education, Maggie Mkandawire fights the Covid-19 pandemic in her own unique way The post Malawi moves to Maggie Mkandawire’s beat appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Masks, Africa, Radio, Schools, Vaccines, Malawi, Lake Malawi, Misinformation, Openaccess, Lockdown, Top Six, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Maggie Mkandawire


Delta variant cases have spiked in the UK, but deaths have not - a sign vaccines are working

People walk along the River Thames in London, July 27, 2021. The Delta variant is driving a surge of COVID-19 cases in UK, like in many other places. But deaths in the UK have not spiked nearly as much as they did during prior surges. The UK has fully vaccinated 72% of its population, and that's kept deaths down even as cases rose. See more stories on Insider's business page. The highly contagious Delta variant is spurring surges of COVID-19 across the globe.But in the UK, where ...
Tags: UK, Science, London, News, Trends, United Kingdom, Delta, Astrazeneca, Vaccines, River Thames, Johnson Johnson, Matt Dunham, Moderna, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Delta variant


‘Exciting’ ramp-up for Covid jabs

As more vaccines arrive in the country, South Africa could administer 420 000 doses a day The post ‘Exciting’ ramp-up for Covid jabs appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: United States, South Africa, National, Pfizer, Vaccines, National Treasury, Cyril Ramaphosa, Johnson & Johnson, Top Six, Cas Coovadia, Anti-vaxxers, Minerals Council, Coronavirus, Martin Kingston, COVID-19, Business for South Africa


Every T14 Law School Is Mandating COVID Vaccinations For Students

Get your shots and get ready to mask up in class, law students.
Tags: Law, Vaccines, Law Schools, Quote Of The Day, Law Students, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Delta variant


The False Pandemic and the Great Reset: Day 1 of an Online Interdisciplinary Symposium

A brief note before the main content for this report: since last publishing to this site I have been occupied with preparing a long and detailed series of articles which will begin to appear here within a few more weeks. Articles posted here will deal with the so-called “pandemic” from a perspective rooted in Political […]
Tags: UK, Canada, Anthropology, Authoritarianism, Vaccines, Coup, Ivermectin, Pandemic, Sam White, Disaster Capitalism, Catherine Austin Fitts, Covid19, Great Reset, Denis Rancourt, Doctors for Covid Ethics, Dr. Michael Palmer


South Africa has secured enough Covid-19 vaccines to last until the end of the year

Pfizer will deliver 1.5-million doses on Sunday and a further 5.6-million doses by Wednesday and 1.4-million J&J vaccines will arrive by Monday The post South Africa has secured enough Covid-19 vaccines to last until the end of the year appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: South Africa, Vaccinations, National, Pfizer, Vaccines, Western Cape, Gauteng, Department Of Health, Top Six, Coronavirus, COVID-19, KwaZulu-Natal, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane




More Biglaw And Boutique Firms Add Vaccination Requirements For Employees To Return To Office

Proof of vaccination will soon be mandated at many firms. Will yours be one of them?
Tags: Law, Vaccines, Biglaw, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Lila Fenwick, Law Firm Reopenings, Delta variant


How to combat vaccine hesitancy? Stop censoring experts...

I don't consider myself vaccine hesitant, because I have had them all.  Looking at my immunization record book I see that I've had: Polio, MMR, dTap, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Meningitis, and while it's not listed I know I've also taken a shot for Tetanus.The big one lacking of course is the Covid shot, or shots I guess.  Why not?  There are a number of reasons actually.  Firstly I've never been worried about this Covid bug, like a large segment of the population (many of whom have rolled up the...
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25% of people who rely on Facebook for news say they won't get a COVID-19 shot - slightly more than Fox News viewers, a survey suggests

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Tobias Hase/picture alliance via Getty Images The Washington Post surveyed people's news sources and vaccine hesitancy. A quarter of people relying on Facebook for their news said they wouldn't get a COVID-19 shot. This was slightly higher than the group who said they got their news from Fox. See more stories on Insider's business page. People who rely on Facebook for their news are slightly more likely to reject the COVID-19 vaccine than people wh...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Post, News, Washington Post, White House, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Fox, Fox News, Vaccines, Biden, District Of Columbia, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham


WH Issues Vaccine And Mask Requirements As Delta Variant Prompts COVID Surge

The White House on Tuesday moved to require vaccinations for all federal employees and contractors, as well as mask mandates for all visitors to the campus regardless of vaccination status as the Delta variant spreads nationwide causing a spike in COVID-19 infections, especially amongst the unvaccinated. [Author: Summer Concepcion]
Tags: News, White House, Masks, Vaccines, Summer Concepcion, COVID-19


Oxford Scientists Are Testing a Vaccine for the Plague

The scientists who developed one of the first widely available vaccines against covid-19 are now setting their sights on a long-time microscopic foe: the plague. This week, researchers at the University of Oxford in the UK announced the start of a Phase I clinical trial testing out a potential vaccine for the plague.…Read more...
Tags: UK, Science, Medicine, Astrazeneca, Pfizer, Vaccine, University of Oxford, Vaccines, Clinical Trials, Andrew Pollard, Moderna, BioNtech, Covid 19, Covid 19 Vaccine, Health Medical Pharma, Rna Vaccines


People Who Had Allergic Reaction to First Covid-19 Shot May Tolerate the Second Just Fine, Study Suggests

People who experienced a rare allergic reaction to the mRNA covid-19 vaccines may have less to worry about than feared, new research out Monday suggests. The study, which included several U.S. medical institutions, found that people who reported a reaction following their first dose were all able to safely take the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Medicine, Pfizer, Vaccines, Allergy, Clinical Trials, Johnson Johnson, Vanderbilt University, Moderna, Anaphylaxis, BioNtech, Respiratory Diseases, Clinical Medicine, Medical Specialties, Covid 19 Vaccine, Health Medical Pharma


New York City will require all city workers - including NYPD cops, firefighters, and teachers - to get vaccinated

An NYPD vehicle in New York. Tim Drivas Photography/Getty Images New York City will require all city workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by the middle of September or require that they be tested for the disease weekly, The New York Times first reported Monday. The vaccine requirement will affect roughly 340,000 municipal workers, including teachers, firefighters and NYPD officers, according to the New York Times.New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to make the announcement l...
Tags: Politics, Science, News, New York City, Trends, New York Times, Bill De Blasio, Vaccines, Nypd, New York Times New York City, Connor Perrett, Coronavirus, Speed desk


Fauci Warns Country ‘Going In Wrong Direction’ As COVID Rates Rise Among Unvaccinated

White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday warned that the U.S. is "going in the wrong direction" with the highly contagious Delta variant spread prompting a surge in COVID-19 cases, especially amongst people who are unvaccinated. [Author: Summer Concepcion]
Tags: News, White House, Vaccines, Anthony Fauci, Fauci, Summer Concepcion, COVID-19


If You're Immunocompromised, You May Need a Covid-19 Vaccine Booster, Fauci Says

President Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor Anthony Fauci now says that vaccinated Americans with compromised immune systems may end up needing a covid-19 vaccine booster shot after all. The news comes as the country’s number of covid-19 cases continues to rise, fueled by plateauing vaccination rates and the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Medicine, Joe Biden, Medical Research, Vaccination, Pfizer, Vaccine, Vaccines, Anthony Fauci, Clinical Trials, Covid 19, Covid 19 Vaccine, Health Medical Pharma, Rna Vaccines, Covid 19 Vaccines, Sars Cov 2 Delta Variant


South Africa moves back to adjusted level 3, schools to reopen on Monday

Vaccination capacity to be increased as the government announces financial support measures for those affected by Covid-19 restrictions and the recent civil unrest The post South Africa moves back to adjusted level 3, schools to reopen on Monday appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: South Africa, Schools, National, Vaccines, Cyril Ramaphosa, Angie Motshekga, SANDF, Civil Unrest, Top Six, Looting, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, SAPS, Child Support Grant, Adjusted level 3


TN Resumes Most Vaccine Outreach Halted After GOP Hysteria Over Ads Aimed At Kids

Tennessee is restarting vaccine outreach efforts it halted earlier this month due to a wave of conservative hysteria, but the state is keeping in place a policy against outreach aimed solely at children, the state’s health commissioner said Friday. [Author: Matt Shuham]
Tags: News, Tennessee, Vaccines, Matt Shuham, COVID-19, Michelle Fiscus


Daily new Covid-19 cases drop, but recent civil unrest might cause new surge

Acting health minister Mmamoloko Kubayi says 120 private pharmacies were destroyed and 47 500 vaccines lost in KwaZulu-Natal The post Daily new Covid-19 cases drop, but recent civil unrest might cause new surge appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: South Africa, Vaccinations, National, Vaccines, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape, Gauteng, Department Of Health, Top Six, Mmamoloko Kubayi, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Taxi Violence, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, ZumaUnrest


Africa partners with the US and Europe to reach vaccination goals

Avat has secured a donation of several hundred million doses of Covid-19 drugs from the United States, 25-million of which will begin to be rolled out by the end of this week The post Africa partners with the US and Europe to reach vaccination goals appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Health, Europe, Africa, US, United States, Vaccination, Pfizer, Vaccines, Aspen, African Union, Johnson & Johnson, Strive Masiyiwa, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Africa CDC, Biovac


Florida now accounts for nearly a quarter of all new COVID-19 cases in the United States

New cases of COVID-19 in Florida have grown by more than 400% since the start of July 2021. CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP via Getty Images 12,647 people tested positive for COVID-19 in Florida on Wednesday. The 7-day average of new daily cases is 8,911. Across the US, more than 55,000 people tested positive on July 21. See more stories on Insider's business page. Florida is experiencing its largest number of new coronavirus cases since January, with the state accounting for nearly a quarter of al...
Tags: Florida, Science, News, Cdc, US, Trends, Getty Images, United States, Healthcare, Delta, Miami, Vaccines, Charles Davis, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Jackson Health System


Florida now accounts for nearly a quarter of all new COVID-19 cases reported in the US

New COVID-19 cases identified in Florida have grown by more than 400% in July. CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP via Getty Images Florida reported 12,647 positive coronavirus tests on Wednesday. The state's seven-day average of new daily cases is 8,911. The US as a whole reported more than 55,000 positive tests on Wednesday. See more stories on Insider's business page. Florida is reporting its most coronavirus cases since January, with the state accounting for nearly a quarter of all positive tes...
Tags: Florida, Science, News, Cdc, US, Trends, Healthcare, Delta, Miami, Vaccines, Charles Davis, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Jackson Health System, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Taxi violence hinders Covid-19 response in the Western Cape

Several vaccination sites were forced to a standstill on Monday, with healthcare workers unable to attend work because of limited public transport The post Taxi violence hinders Covid-19 response in the Western Cape appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: South Africa, National, Vaccines, Western Cape, Khayelitsha, Gugulethu, Nyanga, Top Six, Third Wave, Healthcare Workers, COVID-19, Covid-19 Vaccine, Western Cape Department of Health, Taxi Violence, Keith Cloete, Nomafrench Mbombo


Vaccinated people: Don't panic about your odds of a 'breakthrough' infection

Hello,Welcome to Insider Healthcare. I'm Lydia Ramsey Pflanzer, and today in healthcare news:Vaccinated people don't need to panic about the rising possibility of breakthrough infections;Check out the 10-slide presentation Cake used to raise $3.7 million for its approach to end-of-life planning;Here are Optum Ventures' 18 biggest investments.If you're new to this newsletter, sign up here. Comments, tips? Email me at [email protected] or tweet @lydiaramsey125. Let's get to i...
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Scalise Joins Bandwagon Of Right-Wingers Suddenly Eager To Tout COVID Vaccines

House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) finally came around to getting vaccinated against COVID-19 on Sunday after remaining tight-lipped for months about his vaccination status. [Author: Summer Concepcion]
Tags: News, La, House, Vaccines, Steve Scalise, Scalise, Summer Concepcion, COVID-19, COVID


Benjamin Franklin on vaccination and a deadly virus outbreak

Exactly 300 years ago, in 1721, Benjamin Franklin and his fellow American colonists faced a deadly smallpox outbreak. Their varying responses constitute an eerily prescient object lesson for today's world, similarly devastated by a virus and divided over vaccination three centuries later.As a microbiologist and a Franklin scholar, we see some parallels between then and now that could help governments, journalists and the rest of us cope with the coronavirus pandemic and future threats. Smallpox ...
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Vaccinated people: Your odds of a COVID 'breakthrough' infection have gone up. That doesn't mean you need to panic.

Insider The Flaming Lips staged a concert in January 2021 with both the band and the audience inside inflatable bubbles. Flaming Lips/Warner Music via Reuters Vaccinated people are well protected from severe disease that could be caused by the Delta variant. They can catch COVID-19, but their symptoms may be mild, and the risk of transmitting may be low. The US is in a precarious position, with a half-vaccinated population. See more stories on Insider's business page. New Yo...
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