Dr. Fauci's daughter works for twitter
The infectious disease specialist who has become a trusted voice in the pandemic always made time for family dinners
Key facts. A total of 1.5 million people died from TB in 2018 (including 251 000 people with HIV). Worldwide, TB is one of the top 10 causes of death and the leading cause from a single infectious agent (above HIV/AIDS). In 2018, an estimated 10 million people fell ill with tuberculosis(TB) worldwide
Of course it did. In my area almost EVERYONE was getting a messed up flu with an identical Covid-19 signature in January and February. This magically turned into covid-19 in mid march. No more regular flu after that.Flu deaths disappeared after coronavirus came onto the scene.
I've been thinking recently.
If it's okay to crack down on the economy, small businesses, churches and human interactions in general to (allegedly) prevent the virus from spreading, then it should be okay to isolate or castrate sodomites to stop AIDS. But we all know who's in power.
Appears to be false according to Snopes, etc.Some well-known African doctors are coming out against this ever more:
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So - he seems to have tested 100 covid deaths and none came out positive, but the stats remain. Poor doctor... guess he did not get his update on how the world truly works. Occasionally you find a few - like Nobel price laureate Luc Montagnier who later doubted vaccines and the danger of the HIV retrovirus. He had to look for a job in China, because no big Western university wanted to hire him after that.
Yah more crap you have to dig in to find out.Thinking about it, this whole thing was partially hinged on the sudden death surge in Italy way back. Was that ever definitively explained?
In yet more coronavirus lockdown absurdity, the Republic of Ireland is telling young people to stop having sex in order to stop the spread of the pandemic.
Instead, health officials with Ireland's Health Service Executive (HSE) are urging that people should only have phone sex while foregoing the real deal. This is not The Onion, but words from a newly distributed HSE leaflet on coronavirus safety measures:
"If you decide to be sexually active with someone living outside of your household, limit it to as few partners as possible, preferably one regular partner. Consider masturbation or remote sexual activity (eg, online) as alternative to physical sexual activity with others."
It also advised that in the case of sex with a partner living in your house to "wash hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before and after any sexual activity."
The leaflets are being posted at pharmacies, clinics, and public buildings throughout the country in response to fears that growing coronavirus case numbers are being driven by asymptomatic young people who are spurning social distancing measures.
The government is also giving out free "sexual health protection packs" which include a condom, strongly suggesting that health officials don't actually think many Irish will follow its "phone sex only" advice during the pandemic.
As expected, the bizarre official advisory resulted in widespread scorn and mockery online. "The Irish government promoting masturbation is not something I expected to see. Ever," one social media response was quoted as saying.
"So we can't stand beside each other, c [sic] each others faces, shake hands, have a drink together, look at each other, breathe fresh air, watch live sport or have sex. I have an answer, f**k off," another said.
Currently Ireland has over 26,000 cases of COVID-19, with a moderate increase observed in the past weeks.
Its only ever going to be definitively explained by an answer you choose to accept. The best explanations Ive seen are 1) the huge numbers of Chinese in the area (most of Italy did fine, it was specifically the Milan containing region) 2) there was some soccer game that had tens of thousands in the streets partying right after a lot of the covid started but before the massive outbreak (this was cited by Stanfords Jon Ioadides (sic?) 3) They basically thought it was super aids and ended up shipping any old folks home patient presenting symptoms to the hospital which massively overwhelmed them ( this was a major lesson from italian docs on twitter to NYC docs)Thinking about it, this whole thing was partially hinged on the sudden death surge in Italy way back. Was that ever definitively explained?
I can't help but think there's something fishy going on in Vietnam.
I had watched the virus very closely in the early months, checking the rise in numbers almost daily. So, when a couple cases popped up out of nowhere, I didn't pay much attention, because they immediately started introducing masks and social distancing again, meaning the cases should have gone up just as -- if not more -- slowly than the last outbreak. I was guessing maybe a few per day, until it petered out again.
Instead, I check back like a week later to see 200+ cases. Now, keep in mind:
There have also been 8 deaths already. The entire country had ZERO until now. From what I've seen, the deceased patients had serious preexisting health problems, but again, they went from 0 deaths in six months to 8 in less than a week.
- Vietnam had no new cases for over 3 months
- Until now, there had been only like 400-something cases in the entire country
- The city that the new cases are concentrated in only had a few total cases previously
- The country's borders and international flights are still closed
In other words, you have the virus pop up again out of nowhere, and it seems to be MUCH more contagious and deadly this time around, especially given how fast the response was. They even stopped domestic travel to and from the city after the first couple new cases, even when there were tons of domestic tourists there.
It's not the only explanation, but this really seems to point towards the biological weapon explanation. For Vietnam, there's no reason to inflate their numbers in the same way Western countries do; they were actually poised to do very well economically in the near future. Though perhaps they were pressured, as Belarus's president pointed out.