California healthcare workers suffer severe allergic reactions following coronavirus vaccination

Six healthcare workers suffered allergic reactions after getting a shot of Moderna coronavirus vaccine in San Diego, California. Their symptoms were considered severe and required medical attention. The doses administered to the six healthcare workers were part of the Moderna Lot 041L20A distributed to 287 providers across the state earlier this month. That batch of shipment, which … Continue reading California healthcare workers suffer severe allergic reactions following coronavirus vaccination

Upcoming FDA-approved covid-19 vaccine is largely ineffective, so get ready for multiple shots every year

The upcoming covid-19 vaccine will achieve FDA-approval if it proves to be at least 50 percent effective for augmenting an antibody response in serum. The duration of the antibody response is unknown, typically lasting 2 to 3 months; therefore, the long term efficacy of the vaccine is a mystery. Moreover, the vaccine will not offer T-cell … Continue reading Upcoming FDA-approved covid-19 vaccine is largely ineffective, so get ready for multiple shots every year

Clinical trials reveal that more people might get symptoms and be hospitalized from Moderna’s mRNA covid-19 vaccine than from a theoretical infection

The clinical results for the new mRNA covid-19 vaccine are in. According to US President Donald Trump, the results are promising and “looking really really good!” Let’s take a closer look at these promising results, published on July 14, 2020 by the New England Journal of Medicine. The research group irresponsibly concluded that “no trial-limiting safety concerns … Continue reading Clinical trials reveal that more people might get symptoms and be hospitalized from Moderna’s mRNA covid-19 vaccine than from a theoretical infection

Study finds coronavirus patients have rashes INSIDE their mouths

Spanish researchers may have discovered a new symptom of COVID-19, the disease caused by the Wuhan coronavirus. After observing infected patients at a tertiary care hospital, the researchers found that one-third had rash-like splotches not only on their arms and legs, but also on the roofs of their mouths. The researchers, who are all affiliated with the Ramon y … Continue reading Study finds coronavirus patients have rashes INSIDE their mouths

The COVID-19 patients whose symptoms linger for months

Paul Garner, an infectious diseases expert with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, calls himself one of “Boris Johnson’s herd immunity group,” the patients who contracted COVID-19 in the UK before the country instituted any lockdown measures. His symptoms began with a very mild cough, but within days he developed multiple other symptoms, including exhaustion, loss … Continue reading The COVID-19 patients whose symptoms linger for months

25% to 50% of patients still spread the coronavirus even while they are ASYMPTOMATIC

According to Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 25 percent of people infected with the new coronavirus may not even show any symptoms or fall ill. Meanwhile, Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID), believes the number of asymptomatic people with COVID-19 to be “somewhere between 25 percent and … Continue reading 25% to 50% of patients still spread the coronavirus even while they are ASYMPTOMATIC

Foot sores can be an early sign of coronavirus infection

Foot sores can potentially be a peculiar new symptom of coronavirus (COVD-19) infection, according to the Spanish General Council of Official Podiatrist Colleges. The council has issued a circular to healthcare workers warning them to look out for foot sores similar to chickenpox or measles, especially among young adults. “They are purple lesions (very similar to those of chickenpox, measles or … Continue reading Foot sores can be an early sign of coronavirus infection

Some patients experiencing an unusual coronavirus symptom known as “fizzing”

We’ve all heard about the high fever, dry cough and breathing troubles that appear to be hallmarks of a coronavirus infection, but now patients are increasingly reporting another symptom: an unusual buzzing sensation in their bodies that’s been termed “fizzing.” This side effect is described as feeling like an “electric sensation” on the skin. Some … Continue reading Some patients experiencing an unusual coronavirus symptom known as “fizzing”

Study: Nearly 8 out of 10 coronavirus patients in China caught it from someone with NO symptoms

Asymptomatic carriers, or people who don’t show any symptoms of the disease, remain one of the biggest vectors for the spread of the global coronavirus pandemic. Now, a new study from China revealed that close to 80 percent of coronavirus patients were infected by someone who didn’t show any symptoms. A study from the Shanghai Jiao Tong University looked to figure … Continue reading Study: Nearly 8 out of 10 coronavirus patients in China caught it from someone with NO symptoms

US nursing homes devastated by coronavirus outbreak: Infection and death counts rise as vulnerable elderly get exposed to the virus

The novel coronavirus?—a global pandemic currently ravaging most parts of the world?—has been spreading among vulnerable elderly as the number of infection cases rises in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities throughout the United States. This finding follows a deadly coronavirus outbreak that ravaged a nursing home in the Seattle area. The infectious disease spread among … Continue reading US nursing homes devastated by coronavirus outbreak: Infection and death counts rise as vulnerable elderly get exposed to the virus