If COVID vaccines really work, how did 400,000 mostly jabbed South Koreans suddenly test “positive” in one day?

Despite being almost entirely “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), the country of South Korea saw 400,741 new “cases” of the disease pop up in a single day. Senior health official Sohn Young-rae said the case spike is the “last biggest challenge” for South Korea before reaching “herd immunity” that would supposedly allow the country to go … Continue reading If COVID vaccines really work, how did 400,000 mostly jabbed South Koreans suddenly test “positive” in one day?

Highly vaccinated South Korea reimposes COVID-19 restrictions amid post-vaccine outbreak

South Korea on Thursday, Dec. 16, said that it will reinstate stricter Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions less than two months after they were rolled back under a “living with COVID-19” policy. This is due to the recent surge in new infections and serious coronavirus cases in the highly vaccinated East Asian country. Authorities eased COVID-19 restrictions following a mass … Continue reading Highly vaccinated South Korea reimposes COVID-19 restrictions amid post-vaccine outbreak

Child vaccination mandate in South Korea enrages parents

South Korean parents have expressed their anger over a mandate that requires children aged 12 to 16 to provide proof of vaccination against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) when entering public places frequented by students. These include cram schools, internet cafes and public study rooms. The South Korean government announced on December 3 that it would expand … Continue reading Child vaccination mandate in South Korea enrages parents

South Koreans without vaccine passports will not be able to go to work and enter stores

The South Korean government has announced that it will require people in the country to use Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine passports. Any Korean that does not have a vaccine passport will not be able to go to work and enter stores to purchase necessities. South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun announced on Tuesday, March 30, that the … Continue reading South Koreans without vaccine passports will not be able to go to work and enter stores

South Korea confirms 43 dead from seasonal flu vaccinations, US media buries the story

South Korean authorities have reported that 83 people have died after receiving flu shots. The news comes a week after the country’s health agency announced a probe on its mass vaccination program. The Korean Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) announced on Oct. 31, Saturday, that 83 people in total have died after participating in a free vaccination initiative. … Continue reading South Korea confirms 43 dead from seasonal flu vaccinations, US media buries the story

Another 25 citizens pronounced DEAD from the flu shot in Korea

The South Korean government is currently offering free flu vaccines to 19 million people across the country. The Korean Medical Association has deduced that the flu vaccine could potentially offset complications from covid-19, promising to keep people healthy and out of the hospital. This same theory (that a flu shot would stop covid-19) was peddled by the New … Continue reading Another 25 citizens pronounced DEAD from the flu shot in Korea

Air quality in India is IMPROVING after nationwide lockdown

The coronavirus pandemic has have one unexpected effect in the Indian subcontinent — clean air. This development came as a result of the recently-enacted 21-day lockdown enforced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a way to curb the steadily-rising number of coronavirus infections in the South Asian nation. “It is true that pollution levels are going down … Continue reading Air quality in India is IMPROVING after nationwide lockdown

South Korea’s coronavirus testing spree is keeping its death rate low

With more than 5,700 confirmed cases, South Korea has the largest number of COVID-19 cases outside of China. Despite this, the country has a lower-than-average mortality rate while also not implementing the same draconian lockdown measures as the latter. Now, people are looking into South Korea’s massive testing spree as the possible key to stopping the virus. To combat the … Continue reading South Korea’s coronavirus testing spree is keeping its death rate low

South Korea says it’s successfully treating coronavirus patient with natural oxygen therapy

In a breakthrough for eradicating the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19), South Korean officials have successfully treated a patient using all-natural oxygen therapy. Unlike our own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which only advocates for pharmaceuticals and vaccines, Korea’s CDC effectively cured, dare we use that word, a patient by delivering oxygen through a face mask, according … Continue reading South Korea says it’s successfully treating coronavirus patient with natural oxygen therapy