Plant-based “vaccine” uses herbs to activate the immune system against the coronavirus, without the blood clot risk

Canadian company Medicago has developed a plant-based vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). The two-dose vaccine uses virus-like particles (VLP) grown in a tobacco shrub to confer immunity against COVID-19. VLPs are molecules that closely resemble a virus. They are not infectious since they do not contain genetic material. Vaccines that use VLPs train the immune system to recognize a virus and launch … Continue reading Plant-based “vaccine” uses herbs to activate the immune system against the coronavirus, without the blood clot risk

Immunity to the coronavirus lasts at least 8 months after infection, study says

 A study published in February in the journal Science shows that immunity to the Wuhan coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) lasts at least eight months after a person has contracted COVID-19. This finding is an optimistic sign that immunity can probably last for many years. “There was a lot of concern originally that this virus might not induce much memory,” Shane Crotty, an infectious disease … Continue reading Immunity to the coronavirus lasts at least 8 months after infection, study says

The fully vaccinated are getting infected again, demonstrating yet again that vaccines don’t really work as promised

Covid-19 is beginning to spike in over a dozen states, most with high vaccination rates. Hawaii’s Department of Health has begun to report on covid-19 cases occurring in people who are fully vaccinated against covid-19. The Department is labeling these “breakthrough cases,” but says that people should not be alarmed. It turns out that healthcare professionals are not … Continue reading The fully vaccinated are getting infected again, demonstrating yet again that vaccines don’t really work as promised

Majority of small businesses NOT requiring employees to test negative or get vaccinated for the coronavirus, according to Census Bureau survey

Many small businesses in the United States are not requiring their employees to test negative for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) before they can return to work. These same small businesses have also refused to make getting the vaccine mandatory. This information is according to the Census Bureau’s Small Business Pulse Survey. The Census Bureau conducted the survey from Feb. 15 to 21 … Continue reading Majority of small businesses NOT requiring employees to test negative or get vaccinated for the coronavirus, according to Census Bureau survey

CDC declares 2 coronavirus strains from California to be “variants of concern”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declared that the two new variants of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) discovered in California in the summer and fall of 2020 to be “variants of concern.” The two new strains of the coronavirus are known as B.1.427 and B.1.429. The former was first discovered around July, while the latter was identified in September. … Continue reading CDC declares 2 coronavirus strains from California to be “variants of concern”

Israel scientists cure 100% of covid patients with new therapy that mitigates cytokine storm

Israeli scientists have developed a promising new immune therapy that cured 100 percent of covid patients in three to five days. The therapy helps mitigate the cytokine storm that is sometimes observed in covid patients. The Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center has developed a drug called EXO-CD24, which functions as an experimental inhaled medication. In the Phase … Continue reading Israel scientists cure 100% of covid patients with new therapy that mitigates cytokine storm

Say what? WHO says there is “no evidence” that COVID-19 vaccines will prevent spread of disease… so what good are they?

The World Health Organization was busted earlier this year carrying water for the Chinese government in terms of helping Beijing cover up its responsibility for COVID-19 and the resulting global pandemic the virus caused. In fact, the cover-up was so egregious that President Donald Trump took the extraordinary step of cutting off the WHO from … Continue reading Say what? WHO says there is “no evidence” that COVID-19 vaccines will prevent spread of disease… so what good are they?

Pfizer coronavirus vaccine warning: No breastfeeding or getting pregnant after being immunized… it might damage the child

Women who will receive Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine must not breastfeed or get pregnant for two months after immunization. A safety guide released by the British government said that children and pregnant or breast-feeding mothers should not be immunized using the vaccine. The guide also mentioned that any effects of the pharmaceutical firm’s vaccine candidate on fertility … Continue reading Pfizer coronavirus vaccine warning: No breastfeeding or getting pregnant after being immunized… it might damage the child

Study: Patients still have immunity to coronavirus 6 months after testing positive

A study by British researchers found that patients may still have some form of immunity to COVID-19 long after the antibodies specific to the Wuhan coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) have fallen below detectable levels. Researchers from Public Health England (PHE) and the U.K. Coronavirus Immunology Consortium (UK-CIC), a public research initiative established to stem the COVID-19 pandemic, found that the T cell levels of coronavirus … Continue reading Study: Patients still have immunity to coronavirus 6 months after testing positive

FDA has granted “emergency-use authorization” to Eli Lilly’s coronavirus antibody treatment

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave Eli Lilly’s antibody drug emergency-use authorization on Monday, Nov. 9. Early data has strongly suggested that the pharmaceutical company’s antibody drug is effective at keeping people with mild to moderate cases of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) from needing to get admitted to a hospital. The FDA extended the emergency approval to the experimental therapy known … Continue reading FDA has granted “emergency-use authorization” to Eli Lilly’s coronavirus antibody treatment