A Cure for COVID Right Under Our Noses

A Common Childhood Vaccine May Help Treat Coronavirus Friday, June 19, 2020 12:30 PM By: Lynn Allison | Newsmax A team of U.S. researchers says that giving people a booster shot of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine may help prevent COVID-19 and perhaps reduce the severity of the disease. The MMR vaccine has … Continue reading A Cure for COVID Right Under Our Noses

Could We Go To War?

James Watkins ] Editor We could. Just like we did in 1941 when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.  By then millions of Jews had already been killed. There were concentration camps throughout Europe; there were weird experiments being conducted on people by German doctors, not to mention Russia, which was already a Communist state, was busy … Continue reading Could We Go To War?

50% of All Covid-19 Deaths Are in Nursing Homes

James. R Watkins In what is being called a staggering new statistic, a new study delves into the number of COVID-19 related deaths in each State, and where they are occurring. We already know that older people are at much greater risk of dying from Coronavirus; we also know that people with serious underlying health … Continue reading 50% of All Covid-19 Deaths Are in Nursing Homes

Is What We’re Being Told About The Coronavirus Pandemic Wrong?

Derek Hunter|Posted: Apr 05, 2020 12:01 AM Predicting the future is a tough racket. If people were any good at it, we’d all be multiple lottery winners. Since we aren’t, that’s a pretty good indication that we have the ability to guess what will happen, but possess no clairvoyance. That brings us to today, when … Continue reading Is What We’re Being Told About The Coronavirus Pandemic Wrong?

As outbreak spreads, schools face dilemma in going online

By MICHELLE R. SMITH and COLLIN BINKLEY PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — When the new coronavirus surfaced at Saint Raphael Academy after a school group returned from a trip to Italy, officials decided to close the Rhode Island Catholic high school for two weeks. Instead of cancelling classes, the school in Pawtucket instituted “virtual days” where … Continue reading As outbreak spreads, schools face dilemma in going online

Coronavirus Outbreak 5 to 10 Times Worse Than China Admits: Study

BY EVA FU The Epoch Times The deadly coronavirus that is morphing into a global threat could have infected five to 10 times more people than Chinese officials have acknowledged, a group of U.S. researchers said. The Feb. 18 study, which has not been peer-reviewed, was co-led by Lucia Dunn, economics professor at Ohio State University, and Mai He, … Continue reading Coronavirus Outbreak 5 to 10 Times Worse Than China Admits: Study

Researchers Worried about Stealth Properties of COVID-19

In South Korea, Singapore and Iran, clusters of infections are leading to a jump in cases of the new viral illness outside China. But it’s not the numbers that are worrying experts: It’s that increasingly they can’t trace where the clusters started. World Health Organization officials said China’s crackdown on parts of the country bought … Continue reading Researchers Worried about Stealth Properties of COVID-19

COVID-19 AND THE WEST COAST HOMELESS – A PERFECT RECIPE FOR A DISASTER

LISTEN TO RECENT PODCASTS Coronavirus and the U.S. homeless. Not a very good combination. It is what horror movie-plots sound like, except this script hasn't been written, even though the writing is on the wall, smeared in covid-19 infected feces. The thought had occurred to me that the real threat of the Corona Virus in … Continue reading COVID-19 AND THE WEST COAST HOMELESS – A PERFECT RECIPE FOR A DISASTER