Scientists warn that global 5G rollout should be halted due to risks to public health

A scientist from the United Kingdom has warned that the rollout of 5G networks around the globe should be halted until the technology’s safety has been tested and proven. According to Professor John William Frank, an epidemiologist and physician at the University of Edinburgh, we should “err on the side of caution” by delaying any further rollout of 5G … Continue reading Scientists warn that global 5G rollout should be halted due to risks to public health

Plastic face shields can’t prevent COVID-19 transmission, experts warn

Plastic face shields have become a popular alternative to face masks throughout the pandemic. Besides being less restrictive than a face mask, a face shield allows people to see the wearer’s mouth. This helps people who are hard of hearing understand the wearer better when communicating. However, new research reveals that a face shield does not protect … Continue reading Plastic face shields can’t prevent COVID-19 transmission, experts warn

CDC reduces coronavirus quarantine period to 10 days

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reduced the quarantine period to 10 days for asymptomatic people who had close contact with those infected with SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus behind COVID-19. The CDC also said that those who continue to show no symptoms and have tested negative for the virus can exit quarantine seven days after contact. Dr. John Brooks, the chief medical officer for the … Continue reading CDC reduces coronavirus quarantine period to 10 days

Mark of the beast? UN rolls out biometric digital ID wallet and passport

The United Nations (UN) recently announced its rollout of a biometric digital ID wallet for its employees, Waking Times reported Nov. 19. This biometric digital wallet can be used for “data related to human resources, medical status, travel, payroll and pensions.” A separate report by BiometricUpdate.com said the digital ID aims to reduce data fragmentation while streamlining processes. The biometric ID … Continue reading Mark of the beast? UN rolls out biometric digital ID wallet and passport

Don’t want a warp speed vaccine? Fauci says you’re a threat to public health

The biggest public health threat facing America today is not the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), according to Anthony Fauci. It is Americans who are planning to refuse Big Pharma’s fast-approaching experimental Covid-19 vaccines. Speaking to The New York Times in a recent interview, Fauci whined about the fact that tens of millions of Americans are still not buying what … Continue reading Don’t want a warp speed vaccine? Fauci says you’re a threat to public health

Still think 5G is harmless? Scientific American issues warnings about the confirmed and UNKNOWN DANGERS of 5G tech

The oldest magazine in the United States, Scientific American, has issued a strong warning about the dangers of 5G technology. Their concerns about both the known and the potential dangers of 5G carry a lot of weight because the magazine is so influential and known for its rigorous scientific standards. In print since 1845, Scientific American is widely … Continue reading Still think 5G is harmless? Scientific American issues warnings about the confirmed and UNKNOWN DANGERS of 5G tech

AstraZeneca’s no-profit pledge for coronavirus vaccines may end in 2021

A memorandum of understanding between British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and Brazilian public health research institution Fiocruz obtained by The Financial Times stated the drugmaker has the right to declare the pandemic’s end by July 2021. Under the document’s terms, AstraZeneca will also be providing doses of its coronavirus vaccine – developed in tandem with the University of Oxford – on a cost … Continue reading AstraZeneca’s no-profit pledge for coronavirus vaccines may end in 2021

WHO says 760 million people have already had coronavirus

As many as one in 10 people worldwide have probably already had – many without even realizing it – the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19), according to the World Health Organization (WHO), which is now warning that “the vast majority of the world remains at risk” of infection. Dr. Michael Ryan, speaking to a special session of the WHO’s … Continue reading WHO says 760 million people have already had coronavirus

WHO says “second wave” covid-19 lockdowns should not be “primary means” of controlling virus

The looming threat of a second wave of lockdowns in response to an alleged second wave of the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19) has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to urge governments not to make the same mistake they did back in the spring by keeping everyone locked up inside their homes for weeks on end. Speaking to The … Continue reading WHO says “second wave” covid-19 lockdowns should not be “primary means” of controlling virus

Indonesia, which has the second-worst COVID-19 outbreak in Asia, is now the testing ground for a Chinese vaccine

Across the globe, countries struggle to find effective ways to fight the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and maintain their economies. For a country like Indonesia, the situation is dire enough that the country is volunteering to act as a testing ground for a Chinese coronavirus vaccine. With over 257,000 cases and around 9,900 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins … Continue reading Indonesia, which has the second-worst COVID-19 outbreak in Asia, is now the testing ground for a Chinese vaccine