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These Endless Coronavirus Mutations

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Shortly after the global campaign to control infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus using mRNA COVID-19 shots began in the United States on Dec. 14, 2020, one of the concerns expressed by some scientists and doctors was that mass use of the bioengineered products might cause the virus to mutate  and lead to variants and subvariants, […]

Blaming Unvaccinated Americans. Here We Go Again.

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Opinion | Fueled by the phrase, “pandemic of the unvaccinated,” last year many corporate media outlets began running a series of articles attacking people who chose to exercise their medical informed consent rights and not get vaccinated for COVID-19. The hit pieces laid the blame for the continuing COVID pandemic squarely on the shoulders of unvaccinated […]

Study: Natural Immunity Offers More Protection Than Three mRNA COVID Shots

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As the debate continues surrounding the issue of bodily autonomy being violated by school and workplace COVID-19 vaccine mandates, a new research study that analyzed more than one million people has found that natural immunity to SARS-CoV-2 offers longer lasting protection than vaccination.1 The study, which was published in The New England Journal of Medicine […]

U.S. Hospitals May ‘Recalculate’ How They Report COVID Cases

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Perhaps influenced by the lifting of COVID-19-related restrictions by several European countries—starting with Denmark—during the past two weeks, the United States seems to be on the verge of following Europe’s lead in declaring the pandemic over. In a recent interview with the Financial Times, White House chief medical advisor and director of the  National Institute […]

Tracking the Mutations of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus

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As is the nature of viruses, the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 disease symptoms continues to mutate. Some scientists estimate it evolves at a rate of two new mutations every month, although most changes are minor and considered clinically unimportant.1 2 Depending on the type of genetic changes that occur, mutations can affect disease symptoms, […]

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