More Than 200 Million Doses of COVID Shots Dumped Due to Diminishing Demand

More Than 200 Million Doses of COVID Shots Dumped Due to Diminishing Demand

Nearly two years after the introduction of COVID-19 biologics around the world, the pharmaceutical industry is facing a waning demand for these products. Scott Rosenstein, a New York-based health care adviser to Eurasia Group said: Supply is exceeding demand in much of the world, even with many countries rolling out booster shots. Once the perception set […]

More Monkeypox Cases Identified as Roche is Ready With PCR Tests

More Monkeypox Cases Identified as Roche is Ready With PCR Tests

There had been 584 confirmed cases of monkeypox virus in 26 countries as of May 31, 2022.1 The largest outbreak is in the United Kingdom where 190 people are infected with the virus, followed by Spain with 132 people infected, and Portugal with 100 people infected. Before this year, monkeypox in humans was thought to […]

The Power of Protest

The Power of Protest

All in less than one week, Israel has repealed restrictions and is backing off vaccine mandates, even as cases and deaths are hitting new highs, and implausibly so in the most vaccinated and boosted country in the world. The U.K. has backed off too. Same in Denmark, Ireland, Finland, and Norway. Switzerland has joined in, and […]

Four Persons Die Days After COVID-19 Vaccinations in Portugal, Switzerland and Norway

Four Persons Die Days After COVID-19 Vaccinations in Portugal, Switzerland and Norway

A 41-year-old woman died on Jan. 1, 2021 in Trofa, Portugal, two days after receiving the first dose of Pfizer/BioNTech’s experimental messenger RNA (mRNA) BNT162b2 vaccine for COVID-19. Sonia Acevedo, who worked as a surgical assistant at the Portuguese Institute of Oncology (IPO) in Porto, was reported to have been in “perfect health” prior to […]

Tests for SARS-CoV-2 in South Korea Can’t Distinguish Virus from Viral Fragments

Tests for SARS-CoV-2 in South Korea Can’t Distinguish Virus from Viral Fragments

A team of South Korean infectious disease researchers has concluded there is no evidence that people can be reinfected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The researchers, led by Oh Myoung-don, MD, head of Seoul National University Hospital’s division of infectious diseases, believe that reports of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 and subsequently tested positive again […]