New Army policies target service members who refuse to get inoculated with coronavirus vaccine

A number of new policies in the United States Army are purportedly aimed at service members who decline Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines. These policies, including restriction of movement and limited access to facilities, are in place in at least two military reservations. While the U.S. Army cannot mandate vaccinations, the new rules appear to be a not-so-subtle … Continue reading New Army policies target service members who refuse to get inoculated with coronavirus vaccine

World Health Organization rejects vaccine passports over jab effectivity concerns

The World Health Organization (WHO) rejected the use of Wuhan coronavirus vaccine passports for travel purposes. It cited concerns linked to the effectivity of COVID-19 jabs in reducing viral transmission. Equal access to vaccines was also mentioned as a reason for the global health body’s rejection of vaccine passports. The WHO’s rejection of such passports followed a number of … Continue reading World Health Organization rejects vaccine passports over jab effectivity concerns

OBEY: New York becomes first state to launch “vaccine passport” for coronavirus jab recipients

In order to once again attend sporting events at Madison Square Garden, visit art galleries or eat at restaurants, New Yorkers will soon need an “Excelsior Pass,” the nation’s first “vaccine passport” for recipients of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections. The program will require New Yorkers to either receive a “vaccine” or test “negative” for the Chinese virus … Continue reading OBEY: New York becomes first state to launch “vaccine passport” for coronavirus jab recipients

New Yorkers need “coronavirus passport” to enter stadiums and theaters under new pilot program that smacks of medical tyranny

New York is piloting a new program that requires people to obtain a COVID-19 passport to prove they have been vaccinated or tested negative for the virus to enter sporting events and theaters. Called the “Excelsior Pass,” the program uses apps developed by tech company IBM to confirm a person’s vaccination or recent negative test. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the passport program on Tuesday, … Continue reading New Yorkers need “coronavirus passport” to enter stadiums and theaters under new pilot program that smacks of medical tyranny

Epidemic of prescription drug deaths hits New York

Over the past 16 years, the rate of drug overdose from prescription opioid drugs skyrocketed seven-fold in New York City. In fact, researchers from Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health call it nothing less than an "epidemic." Who are the people in New York overdosing on drugs like Oxycontin? If you immediately think the answer is most … Continue reading Epidemic of prescription drug deaths hits New York

What happened to “flu season?” In the age of COVID, “the flu” has been reclassified as coronavirus, says epidemiologist

A few months ago, some infectious disease experts began warning that it would extremely difficult, as the COVID-19 pandemic lingered into the fall, for frontline healthcare providers to determine if sickness was due to the novel coronavirus or good, old-fashioned influenza. The reason, they said, is that in many respects, flu symptoms could and would … Continue reading What happened to “flu season?” In the age of COVID, “the flu” has been reclassified as coronavirus, says epidemiologist

Thousands dying of coronavirus in nursing homes, but government isn’t keeping track

So far, more than 2,200 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in nursing homes. That’s an unacceptable – but sadly, not surprising – number, but the truth is that it may only represent a fraction of the real number of deaths in these settings. NBC News gathered data from state agencies showing that nearly 2,500 long-term care … Continue reading Thousands dying of coronavirus in nursing homes, but government isn’t keeping track