Nasal spray with nanobodies from llamas may be key to fighting coronavirus: Study

According to a fascinating study published in the journal Nature Communication, nanobodies or antibody fragments from an unlikely source can be used to produce a new treatment for coronavirus (COVID-19). Nanobodies from llamas? Researchers who participated in the study found that minuscule antibodies produced by llamas can potentially help treat coronavirus. These beneficial virus-fighting proteins could then be given to infected … Continue reading Nasal spray with nanobodies from llamas may be key to fighting coronavirus: Study

Disposable no more: MIT team recommends reusable masks to save the environment while suffocating humans

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the threat of plastic pollution, as disposable face masks and other forms of personal protective equipment have become ubiquitous. In a study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, researchers have suggested cutting back on disposable face masks, recommending the use of reusable masks instead. In recent times, face masks and personal protective equipment … Continue reading Disposable no more: MIT team recommends reusable masks to save the environment while suffocating humans

Post-vaccine wave? Mexico City tightens lockdown after coronavirus cases surge

Mexico City has strengthened its lockdown restrictions as the country’s capital deals with another outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). This outbreak is occurring even though the country’s mass vaccination drive is in full swing. Many schools in Mexico City reopened at the beginning of the month and had gone back to in-person classes. These students returned to … Continue reading Post-vaccine wave? Mexico City tightens lockdown after coronavirus cases surge

VACCINE AFTERMATH: “I’m still not right” say the victims of the Covid-19 dirty vaccine series

Aftermath is defined as the consequences of a significant, disastrous event. Thousands upon thousands of Americans all over the country are saying they’re “still not right” after getting jabbed with the most experimental inoculation ever created. Even 3 to 4 months later, they’re complaining of major arm pain at the spot of injection, excruciating shooting pains going up … Continue reading VACCINE AFTERMATH: “I’m still not right” say the victims of the Covid-19 dirty vaccine series

SAME PLAYBOOK: In 1983, Fauci tried to spread mass hysteria over AIDS, claiming it could be spread through “casual contact”

America’s fakest “doctor,” Anthony Fauci, has a disease. And that disease is demarcated by a fear of other human beings, a fear of intimacy, and a narcissistic desire to impose these fears on everyone else in the name of “disease prevention,” a schtick he has been peddling for more than 40 years. It was the … Continue reading SAME PLAYBOOK: In 1983, Fauci tried to spread mass hysteria over AIDS, claiming it could be spread through “casual contact”

Twenty-three travelers in Washington state being monitored for possible Ebola infection

  Health authorities in the state of Washington are now observing 23 people for the Ebola virus. The 23 travelers are from the West African countries of Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where there are current outbreaks of the disease. However, state health officials are reassuring Washington residents that there is a “very low” … Continue reading Twenty-three travelers in Washington state being monitored for possible Ebola infection

Is there any BENEFIT to vaccines at all? Death rates very similar in vaccinated vs. unvaccinated regions

Raw data on Covid-19 mortality, obtained from John Hopkins University, shows that Covid-19 death rates are similar in the vaccinated and unvaccinated regions. This data does not include deaths from vaccination. Since the beginning of 2021, South Africa has vaccinated 0.3 percent of their population. Israel, on the other hand, has instituted a medical police state that … Continue reading Is there any BENEFIT to vaccines at all? Death rates very similar in vaccinated vs. unvaccinated regions

Coronavirus immunity may last for at least six months after infection

COVID-19 reinfection is highly unlikely for at least six months after the last infection, according to a study by researchers from the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. The study, published on Nov. 19 as a pre-print, offers valuable insight into COVID-19 immunity that has so far stumped scientists. The findings also confirm that infection provides short-term protection, at least, from … Continue reading Coronavirus immunity may last for at least six months after infection

Mutation has caused the coronavirus to become more contagious but less deadly, says new study

Recent studies have shown that mutation of SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19, is not only becoming more prevalent but is also more contagious than its original strain. This potentially makes the virus more virulent than when it first spread out in Wuhan, China — where the first cases of COVID-19 were reported. In fact, American scientists … Continue reading Mutation has caused the coronavirus to become more contagious but less deadly, says new study

CDC: Coronavirus 5 times deadlier than the flu for hospitalized patients

A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that patients hospitalized with the Wuhan coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are five times more likely to die than those with influenza. In addition to a higher mortality rate, the study also found that COVID-19 patients are at higher risk for 17 additional health complications than flu patients. … Continue reading CDC: Coronavirus 5 times deadlier than the flu for hospitalized patients