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Bird Flu Outbreak in Oregon Leads to Mass Euthanization of Poultry

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In November 2023, Oregon’s commercial poultry farm businesses experienced the first avian (bird) influenza outbreak in the state. In response to the outbreak, the state’s Department of Agriculture reported that approximately 800,000 chickens were euthanized.1 The two commercial poultry operations affected by bird flu were located in Linn and Marion counties in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. […]

Washington, DC Will Not Allow Unvaccinated Students to Get a Public School Education

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District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) students who failed to get the school district’s mandated vaccines were prohibited from attending school beginning Dec. 5, 2023. At the beginning of the 2022-23 school year, 23,000 DC public school students had not received all the mandated vaccines.1 Although the school vaccine mandates have always been in place […]

“Needle-Free” Vaccines Pushed by Gates Foundation, U.S. Government

microarray vaccine patch

The pharmaceutical industry is continuing to receive funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the U.S. government to develop vaccines that can be administered without using a syringe. Last month, the Gates Foundation awarded a $23.6 million grant to Micron Biomedical, Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia to manufacture needle-free vaccines. This was followed by […]

Private Equity Buyouts of Health Care Facilities Comes With Cost to Patients

disappearing doctors

The rising trend in burnout of health care workers in recent years has presented an opportunity for private equity corporations in the United States to invest in the health care market at record high rates.1 For several decades, multibillion-dollar corporate giants have been gaining control of many sectors of American society, including the food industry […]

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, […]

China Had 1.87 Million Excess Deaths After Ending “Zero COVID” Policy

China COVID deaths

During the COVID-19 pandemic, China implemented a “zero COVID” policy that focused on the idea of keeping numbers of SARS-CoV-2 infections as close to zero as possible. To try to achieve that target, the Chinese government implemented stringent social distancing measures, such as ordering strict citywide lockdowns, mass testing and mandatory quarantining of sick people […]

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