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Vittorio Matteo Corcos Sogni (Dreams) 1896

 

79% Of Democrats Support Employers Forcing Workers To Get Covid-19 Jabs (RT)
‘Pretty Safe’ Jab Will Protect Kids From Variant (ST)
CDC Claims Covid-19 Kills ‘Healthy Young Children’ (JTN)
The Killer in the Bloodstream: the “Spike Protein” (Whitney)
UK Lockdown End To Be Delayed (Pol.eu)
MP Warns Brits ‘Have To Learn To Live With Covid’ For ‘Rest Of Time’ (RT)
Why Is Britain Now The Capital Of Long Covid? (T.)
Wisconsin Top Court: Health Agency Lacks Power To Close Schools Over Covid (JTN)
Too Fat To Fly: FAA Updates Guidelines As American Obesity Crisis Grows (Fed.)
Biden Calls For Access To Wuhan Labs (RT)
Biden-Putin: What’s On The Table (ZH)
“Tesla Only Sold ~10%” Of Its Bitcoin Holdings: Musk Speaks, Bitcoin Moves (WS)

 

 

Look how young these inoculated kids are! 236 injuries and fatalities from vaccines in the 0-1 month old group!

 

 

Eric Clapton doesn’t agree

 

 

And that makes it alright?

79% Of Democrats Support Employers Forcing Workers To Get Covid-19 Jabs (RT)

A new poll shows that Democrats and Republicans are just about as divided on an employee’s right to choose whether to get vaccinated against Covid-19 as they are on a woman’s right to choose whether to abort her unborn child. Nearly 80% of Democrats agreed that employers should be able to force their workers to get Covid-19 shots, according to a CBS News-YouGov poll released on Sunday. In contrast, only 39% of Republicans approved of giving businesses such authority over their employees’ medical choices. The overall response was 56-44 in favor of forced jabs. Supporters of the two major parties are more split on vaccine choice than on Covid-19 inoculation in general. While 95% of Democrats have already been vaccinated or are at least considering it, 71% of Republicans are on board or thinking about taking the jab, the poll showed.

That result suggests some improvement in vaccine acceptance in the past two months. A Monmouth University poll released in mid-April indicated that 43% of Republicans don’t intend to get vaccinated against the virus. In the CBS News-YouGov survey, 29% of Republicans said they had ruled out the shots. Overall, only 18% of respondents said they won’t get vaccinated, while 71% said they had either already gotten a jab or planned to do so. The other 11% were undecided. The issue of employer-mandated vaccination is heating up, as a Texas judge on Saturday issued the nation’s first federal court ruling on whether workers can be ordered to receive Covid-19 shots.

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“Pretty” safe? Is that a slip of the tongue, or is it a warning?

‘Pretty Safe’ Jab Will Protect Kids From Variant (ST)

A scientist advising the government has declared that there is now a “very strong argument” to vaccinate children against the coronavirus as infections rise and evidence emerges that vaccination is “pretty safe”. Professor Peter Openshaw, vice-chairman of Nervtag, a committee that looks out for emerging respiratory threats, said there were indications that the Indian variant was more transmissible among children than the original Wuhan strain. Openshaw, professor of experimental medicine at Imperial College London, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “It strengthens the argument for extending vaccination to children. I’ve been sitting on the fence on this one, but on balance I’m coming to the view that there’s a very strong argument we should go there.


“Evidence has come out about the safety and efficacy of generating an antibody response in children. It looks like it is pretty safe and there are no adverse signals.” Coronavirus testing in secondary schools has collapsed in recent weeks, according to NHS Test and Trace. Nearly two thirds of secondary school pupils failed to take a test in the week before half-term. Data from Public Health England shows 282 Covid-19 outbreaks in schools in the past four weeks, compared with 88 in the previous four weeks.

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“In reviewing the medical literature and news reports, and in talking to pediatricians across the country, I am not aware of a single healthy child in the U.S. who has died of COVID-19 to date..”

CDC Claims Covid-19 Kills ‘Healthy Young Children’ (JTN)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now claims that “healthy young children” can die from COVID-19. Marty Makary wants to see the evidence. “In reviewing the medical literature and news reports, and in talking to pediatricians across the country, I am not aware of a single healthy child in the U.S. who has died of COVID-19 to date,” the Johns Hopkins University professor of medicine and public health said Thursday. Archived versions of the CDC’s web page comparing COVID-19 and seasonal influenza show that it revised the “differences” in the section “People at High-Risk for Severe Illness” sometime between May 31 and June 8.

“The risk of complications for healthy children is higher for flu compared to COVID-19,” the earlier version says. “However, infants and children with underlying medical conditions are at increased risk for both flu and COVID-19.” The new version flips the emphasis as well as adding a new claim. “Overall, COVID-19 seems to cause more serious illnesses in some people,” it begins. “For young children, especially children younger than 5 years old, the risk of serious complications is higher for flu compared with COVID-19. However, serious COVID-19 illness resulting in hospitalization and death can occur even in healthy young children.”

Makary’s article in MedPage Today, a clinical news publisher where he serves as editor in chief, pushes back on calls to vaccinate kids ages 0 to 12 without comorbidities. He also recommends parents avoid vaccinating children who have recovered from COVID-19 infections, continuing his argument that natural immunity is just as good if not better than vaccine immunity. “The case to vaccinate kids is there, but it’s not compelling right now,” Makary wrote. He’s part of a movement of doctors at medical institutions around the world calling for far more cost-benefit analysis of COVID-19 vaccines for low-risk populations such as children.

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“..the spike protein is deadly even absent the virus. ..”

The Killer in the Bloodstream: the “Spike Protein” (Whitney)

The Spike Protein is a “uniquely dangerous” transmembrane fusion protein that is an integral part of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. “The S protein plays a crucial role in penetrating host cells and initiating infection.” It also damages the cells in the lining of the blood vessel walls which leads to blood clots, bleeding, massive inflammation and death. To say that the spike protein is merely “dangerous”, is a vast understatement. It is a potentially-lethal pathogen that has already killed tens of thousands of people. So, why did the vaccine manufacturers settle on the spike protein as an antigen that would induce an immune response in the body? That’s the million-dollar question, after all, for all practical purposes, the spike protein is a poison. We know that now due to research that was conducted at the Salk Institute. Here’s a summary of what they found:

“Salk researchers and collaborators show how the protein damages cells, confirming COVID-19 as a primarily vascular disease…. SARS-CoV-2 virus damages and attacks the vascular system (aka–The circulatory system) on a cellular level… scientists studying other coronaviruses have long suspected that the spike protein contributed to damaging vascular endothelial cells, but this is the first time the process has been documented…. … the spike protein alone was enough to cause disease. Tissue samples showed inflammation in endothelial cells lining the pulmonary artery walls. The team then replicated this process in the lab, exposing healthy endothelial cells (which line arteries) to the spike protein. They showed that the spike protein damaged the cells by binding ACE2…“If you remove the replicating capabilities of the virus, it still has a major damaging effect on the vascular cells, simply by virtue of its ability to bind to this ACE2 receptor, the S protein receptor, now famous thanks to COVID.”

Remember how everyone laughed at Trump when he said injecting household bleach would cure Covid? How is this any different? It’s not different, and whatever modest protection the vaccines provide as far as immunity, it pales in comparison to the risks they pose to personal health and survival. And did you notice what the author said about stripping-out the virus and leaving the spike protein alone?’ He said “it still has a major damaging effect” implying ‘blood clots, bleeding and severe inflammation.’ In other words, the spike protein is deadly even absent the virus. Here’s how Dr. Byram Bridle (who is a viral immunologist and associate professor at University of Guelph, Ontario) summed it up:

“We made a big mistake. We didn’t realize it until now… We thought the spike protein was a great target antigen, we never knew the spike protein itself was a toxin and was a pathogenic protein. So, by vaccinating people we are inadvertently inoculating them with a toxin.” Think about that for a minute. This is a very big deal, in fact, this is the critical piece of the puzzle that has been missing for the last 15 months. Just as the respiratory virus concealed the real killing-agent in Covid, (the spike protein) so too, the relentless hype surrounding mass-vaccination has concealed the glaring problem with the vaccines themselves, which is, they generate a substance that is “capable of causing disease.”

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How bad will the backlash be?

UK Lockdown End To Be Delayed (Pol.eu)

The U.K.’s final lifting of lockdown restrictions on June 21 is expected to be pushed back by Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a press conference on Monday evening, a government official confirmed to London Playbook. Multiple outlets report that Johnson, alongside cabinet members Rishi Sunak, Michael Gove and Matt Hancock have signed off on a month-long delay, after scientific advisers urged the prime minister to allow enough time for more people to get fully vaccinated. On Friday, The Sun reported that July 19 would be proposed as the new “Freedom Day” of lockdown end, with a review of numbers on July 5 that could see some or all restrictions lifted early.

“The prime minister sees this as the final stretch and wants people to be patient. We are nearly there, it’s one last haul,” a government source told The Times. The rules currently in place that will be kept include the wearing of face masks and limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings. The reopening of nightclubs is also set to be delayed. On the other hand, according to the Financial Times, some allowances may be made for weddings, allowing for larger gatherings as is the case for funerals. Health minister Edward Argar told Sky News on Monday that weddings and those who plan to wed “will be very much in [Johnson’s] mind at the moment.”

Despite reports that Sunak is not planning to extend the furlough scheme to support businesses, Argar said Johnson is “very mindful of the need for businesses and others to get what they need if they continue to be locked down.” On Sunday, 7,490 new COVID cases were reported in the U.K., a considerable increase from 5,341 a week before, on June 6.

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“If our very effective vaccines cannot deliver us freedom from restrictions, then nothing ever will.”

MP Warns Brits ‘Have To Learn To Live With Covid’ For ‘Rest Of Time’ (RT)

Covid Recovery Group chairman and MP Mark Harper opposes delays in the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions, arguing Brits will “have to learn to live with” the virus now that the vulnerable are jabbed, or suffer constant lockdown. Harper took to Twitter after an article on Sunday in the Telegraph citing an unnamed minister claimed the planned lockdown-easing date of June 21 could be delayed until as late as next spring due to the government’s concern about the spread of Covid-19 variants. The Forest of Dean MP warned in response that it “would be devastating for business confidence, people’s livelihoods and wellbeing” if the reopening were delayed, and would send “a clear message to employers and workers that, when Covid cases increase this (and every) autumn and winter, they cannot rely on Govt to keep our society open.”


“Now that the most vulnerable have been protected with their vaccine doses, we have to learn to live with this virus, rather than endure seasonal on-off lockdowns and restrictions,” Harper argued, noting that Chief Scientific Adviser Patrick Vallance has warned that coronavirus mutations “will appear for the rest of time.” Harper also pointed out that the most vulnerable people in the UK – who account for 99% of Covid-19 deaths and 80% of hospitalisations – will all have been offered two vaccine jabs by June 21, making it safer than ever to reopen. “We have to learn to live with it,” concluded Harper. “If our very effective vaccines cannot deliver us freedom from restrictions, then nothing ever will.”

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“Many of these patients don’t really believe mental illness will explain their symptoms. They want something tangible, something external like the virus.”

Why Is Britain Now The Capital Of Long Covid? (T.)

In April, the NHS chief executive Sir Simon Stevens promised to have 83 long Covid clinics open by the end of the month. The Office for National Statistics has estimated that more than 1 million people in Britain have suffered from long Covid. Danny Altmann, a professor of immunology at Imperial College, London, has predicted that long Covid could represent a long-term burden on the NHS comparable to arthritis, which costs the service an estimated £10 billion a year, some 8 per cent of the health budget. Altmann estimates that as many as 20 per cent of Covid sufferers could have longer symptoms; many of them will be younger patients who didn’t initially face severe illness.

It seems Britain is the long Covid capital of the world. This became immediately apparent to me upon moving back here from the US last month. American media has led much of the discussion on long Covid, but fear of the syndrome hasn’t penetrated public sentiment the way it has in Britain, where many young people are terrified of getting the virus not because they fear it will kill them, but because of the potentially debilitating after-effects. The question is why? Is there more long Covid here? And if so, for what reason? Are we simply doing a better job of diagnosing and discussing it, much as we lead the world in using genomic sequencing to find new Covid variants? Or might there be other cultural and societal factors underpinning our pervasive long Covid issue?

The answer could well be some combination of the above. The difficulty in researching long Covid is that every expert that you ask gives you a slightly different answer as to what the illness is and what causes it. “The simple answer is I don’t know [what causes this] and nor does anybody else,” says Dr Paul Harrison, head of Oxford University’s Translational Neurobiology Group. “We have to start with ‘nobody knows’ and keep that uncertainty — and therefore open-mindedness — at the forefront of our approach.” [..] “It’s psychosomatic,” says Jeremy Devine, a resident psychiatrist at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. In March, he wrote a controversial column for The Wall Street Journal, arguing that long Covid was being incorrectly used as a catch-all for a whole host of ailments and issues, many of them psychological. There was a fierce backlash, with several UK-based patient groups writing furious letters to his supervisors.

“People do not like psychological explanations for physical symptoms,” he says. “They want something that’s perceived as real. Many of these patients don’t really believe mental illness will explain their symptoms. They want something tangible, something external like the virus.”

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“What is reasonable and necessary cannot be reasonably read to encompass anything and everything.”

Wisconsin Top Court: Health Agency Lacks Power To Close Schools Over Covid (JTN)

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled against the city of Madison’s public health agency in a dispute over the power to close schools during the pandemic. A top city health official decried Friday’s decision, saying it would put children at risk. “The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that local health officers cannot close schools within their jurisdictions. We are extremely disappointed in the court’s decision, which has much further reaching implications than just this current pandemic,” health director Janel Heinrich said.. “This decision hinders the ability of local health officers in Wisconsin to prevent and contain public health threats for decades to come.”


The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty brought the case. WILL argued that Public Health Madison & Dane County overstepped its bounds by unilaterally ordering all schools, public and private, to close. WILL also argued the order infringed on parents’ rights to decide about their children’s education. Justice Rebecca Bradley wrote the majority opinion, saying Heinrich’s office had relied on an over-generalized reading of state law. “The power to take measures ‘reasonable and necessary’ cannot be reasonably read as an open-ended grant of authority,” Bradley wrote. “If Heinrich’s argument were correct, then the general provision would essentially afford local health officers any powers necessary to limit the spread of communicable diseases. This cannot be. What is reasonable and necessary cannot be reasonably read to encompass anything and everything.”

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One of the main causes of disease and death, also for Covid, and nothing is done about it whatsoever.

Too Fat To Fly: FAA Updates Guidelines As American Obesity Crisis Grows (Fed.)

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is demanding U.S. airlines submit plans with updated weight averages they will use for passengers and baggage moving forward by Saturday. According to the Wall Street Journal, “Airlines officials say the weight estimates used for passengers and baggage are going up between 5 percent and 10 percent.” “That will affect some flights, possibly requiring that more passengers get bumped or more baggage left behind,” the Journal reported. The new guidelines, and likely travel disruptions to come with them, are yet another symptom of American weight gain with no signs of abatement.

While the novel coronavirus — a virus exacerbated by excessive weight where 78 percent of those hospitalized with infection were overweight or obese — should have served as a wake-up call to the decades-long obesity crisis, Americans instead packed on the pounds with apparently little concern. According to a global Ipsos poll in January, two in five Americans reported gaining weight throughout the lockdowns still in place at the time. Those surveyed said they put on an average of more than 14 pounds, putting the U.S. seventh out of 30 countries in terms of pandemic weight gain. Most Americans appeared relatively unbothered by the weight. Less than half said they believed there was a link between obesity and complications from COVID-19 which data determined early on was a major risk contributor.

“Since the pandemic began,” Science Magazine reported in September, “dozens of studies have reported that many of the sickest COVID-19 patients have been people with obesity.” Overweight patients in one study published in August cited by the flagship journal were 113 percent more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 compared to patients of an otherwise healthy weight. Obese patients were found 74 percent more likely to end up in intensive care units (ICU) and 48 percent more likely to die. Pre-pandemic, more than 70 percent of adults 20 years old and older were already overweight with 42 percent categorically “obese” according to the CDC.

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Never has rhetoric been more empty.

Biden Calls For Access To Wuhan Labs (RT)

US President Joe Biden revealed on Sunday that he and other leaders in the G7 spoke about gaining access to the laboratories in Wuhan, China to determine whether Covid-19 was the result of a Chinese experiment gone wrong. During a press conference at the G7 conference in Cornwall, England on Sunday, Biden called on China to start acting “more responsibly in terms of international norms on human rights and transparency.” The president then revealed that one of the concerns he and other leaders at G7 had raised was that “we haven’t had access to the laboratories to determine whether or not” Covid-19 was the result of bats in Chinese marketplaces “interfacing with animals and the environment,” or “an experiment gone awry in a laboratory.”


“I have not reached a conclusion because our intelligence community is not certain yet,” Biden said, adding, however, that it was “important to know the answer” so the international community could predict and prevent another pandemic from happening in the future. “The world has to have access,” he argued, concluding that he and other leaders were trying to figure out a way to gain transparency. Former president Donald Trump has repeatedly argued that Covid-19 came from a Wuhan laboratory, and told podcast host Dan Bongino last month that he had “very, very little doubt” the virus originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. In a statement on Thursday, he demanded that China pay $10 trillion in “reparations” to the world for “what they allowed to happen.”

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Biden is outclassed 1000x. He comes with nothing.

Biden-Putin: What’s On The Table (ZH)

There is a lot of optimism and big press regarding the upcoming meeting between Biden and Putin. This will be the first meeting of the two since Biden took that seat behind the lovely desk in the Oval Office. There are many issues on the table for discussion and there is tension and excitement in the political press in both the West and especially in Russia. There is a growing belief that this could be a turning point or at least provide some small nudging of relations in a positive direction. This wishful thinking, although pleasant from a moral standpoint, does not reflect the realities of the current divide between the United States and Russia. This meeting simply cannot provide some sort of new start for relations between the countries and will probably look like a head-nodding and pretending-to-listen fest the likes of which we have never seen before.

Hours worth of hot air will be blown to throw words onto deaf ears with some background posturing to boot. One reason for the Russians to be suspicious of any offers from Washington is simply recent precedent. Over ten years ago when Obama was still full of Hope and Change his feisty new Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with a great big smile presented Foreign Minister Lavrov the infamous Russian Reset Button. The red button had the word “overload” accidentally written on it in place of “reset”. This mistake due to a fake desire to make it seem like Washington cared enough to learn one word of Russian was very telling as during the brief era of the Russian Reset, America’s Soft Power machine was working day and night to organize the Maidan in Kiev.

From a Western perspective this revolution was another piece of evidence that the people of Eastern Europe want nothing to do with naughty Moscow, but from a Russian perspective the Maidan was the beginning of an endless waking nightmare. This all led to the genocidal war in the Donbass breaking out, the return of Neo-Nazism to Europe, and the now official systemic racism that Russian speakers have to endure in the “Zimbabwe of Europe”. After an experience like that, can one really expect any sort of optimism from the Russian side because Biden sort of stepped back a bit on the whole Nord-Stream 2 thing?

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“But Musk walks on water, and he can assert anything, no problem.”

“Tesla Only Sold ~10%” Of Its Bitcoin Holdings: Musk Speaks, Bitcoin Moves (WS)

Why can’t this dude just shut up? That’s what people, including the SEC, want to know. But look, he just can’t. Apparently, no one can take his Twitter account away from Elon Musk, and Tesla isn’t putting it under adult supervision, as the SEC has suggested. So he was at it again today, responding to accusations by Magda Wierzycka, CEO of South African tech and financial services firm Sygnia, that he’d pumped up the price of Bitcoin by tweeting all manner of things, and then “sold a big part of his exposure at the peak.” So yes. Musk acknowledged in his tweet today that Tesla had in fact dumped part of its holdings of Bitcoin, but he argued that it wasn’t a big part, that it had “only sold ~10%” of its Bitcoin holdings.

And he came up with a rationalization why Tesla had dumped 10% of its Bitcoin holdings: “to confirm BTC could be liquidated easily without moving market.” That was a joke apparently. Over the past two months, the price of Bitcoin plunged from about $64,800 to around $33,000 at the low and now hovers at $39,000, after the current Musk-induced spike, with the plunge leaving a big-fat question market over his assertion that Bitcoin could be “liquidated easily without moving market.” But Musk walks on water, and he can assert anything, no problem. The second part of Musk’s tweet contained an effort to pump up the price of BTC by walking back his assertion in May that Tesla would no longer allow customers to pay for vehicles with Bitcoin because of the carbon footprint of Bitcoin mining, which was another one of his Bitcoin 180s.

At the time, that statement had whacked the price of Bitcoin. Bitcoin mining is of course the fiat-currency equivalent of “money printing.” But money printing has a tiny carbon footprint, because it needs just enough electricity to move credits by computer and the internet. You don’t need huge arrays of special mining rigs with special power supply and cooling equipment to print money. So today he tried to walk back his carbon-foot print concern, by tweeting: “When there’s confirmation of reasonable (~50%) clean energy usage by miners with positive future trend, Tesla will resume allowing Bitcoin transactions.”

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    Vittorio Matteo Corcos Sogni (Dreams) 1896   • 79% Of Democrats Support Employers Forcing Workers To Get Covid-19 Jabs (RT) • ‘Pretty Safe’ Jab W
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle June 14 2021]

    #77276
    V. Arnold
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    Vittorio Matteo Corcos Sogni (Dreams) 1896

    Wonderful painting; almost photographic in its detail of a very beautiful woman…

    #77277
    V. Arnold
    Participant

    As we continue the deep dive into this madness that is Covid – 19; it becomes obvious its attacking our weakest members of society…
    Created by bad living, bad diet, and a total lack of any semblance of responsible living…
    We’re so far out of wack, we have no path back to sanity…
    The Hopi understood life in harsh conditions, and lived accordingly. They even left this word for us…
    Koyaanisqatsi
    (n.) “life out of balance.”
    a state of life that calls for another way of living.

    #77278
    Mister Roboto
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    Nearly 80% of Democrats agreed that employers should be able to force their workers to get Covid-19 shots, according to a CBS News-YouGov poll released on Sunday.

    And…I am officially done with Team Blue. If my icon doesn’t change, it’s because I don’t know how to change it.

    #77279
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    The pic accompanying the RT article brings up a very interesting point: Apparently “my body my choice” goes flying out the window for the Team Blue Cult when it applies to something other than getting rid of unwanted pregnancies.

    #77280
    Huskynut
    Participant

    Here’s the link to the full vid that I posted a section of in the last post:
    https://ise.media/video/plandemic-ii-indoctormation-23.html

    Some hyperbole, but overall a very interesting watch.

    #77281
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    People do not like psychological explanations for physical symptoms,” he says. “They want something that’s perceived as real. Many of these patients don’t really believe mental illness will explain their symptoms. They want something tangible, something external like the virus.

    We do know that post-viral syndrome is a phenomenon that occurs with respiratory viruses. Is it really so difficult to believe the severe cases of Covid-19 might often feature a particularly formidable manifestation of PVS?

    #77282

    I’ve been looking at the numbers from “EU VAERS” that I posted on top, and I still don’t know what I’m looking at. Are these vaccinated children? There is no authorization for that which I’m aware of. For the 0 to 1 month old, I could imagine their injuries and fatalities come from vaccinated mothers, but for the others, up to age 17, that seems impossible. So what is going on?

    #77283
    Dr. D
    Participant

    “Why Is Britain Now the Capital of Long Covid? (T.)”

    Short answer: Vitamin D

    Wisconsin Top Court: Health Agency Lacks Power to Close Schools Over Covid (JTN)”

    So if it’s against a person’s civil rights is anybody going to sue them into penury for human rights violations? If not: shut up. I know the courts are a foot-dragging safety valve, but 18 months later, after it’s over is no help at all.

    “Biden Calls For Access To Wuhan Labs (RT)”

    Speaking of 18 months later, after the body has been cleaned up, the carpets replaced, and a fire set in the living room…

    BTW, EVERYBODY knew they had bats at Wuhan. What is this revisionist history? They had bat caretakers take sick leave going way back, Wuhan were the focus of the pneumonia-cave research, and an honest theory was that they might have sold bats to the wet market rather than kill them on-site.

    “We Make S—t Up! Every minute, every day. The News Never Sleeps.™”

    “Why can’t this dude just shut up? That’s what people, including the SEC, want to know.”

    Why? Because Musk was under a court order, instantly flouted it, and told the SEC to go f- themselves. The SEC did nothing. At all. Ever. So why should he? If I could commit felonies all day against direct court orders, I would too. I could make a ton of money in a hurry. If I put on the wrong size porch railing: Fines and jail! Commit top secret security breaches, 100,000 felonies in MERS, $23Trillion in Fed frauds, kill 60,000 grandmas in three states, light car owners on fire after cruising around to crash into the nearest EMS vehicle, or even ignore any court order ever given: No problem, old chum! We got you.

    Same thing as Capitalism for the poor, Socialism for the Rich. Tyranny for the poor, Carte Blanche for the rich.

    So. Tired. Is there ANY crime, any WHERE, any TIME, of any THING, of any SIZE, that could cause an arrest? Or do we just (not) arrest foreign nationals, in a country they’re (not) in, for a crime that is (not) applicable, for freedom of speech they do (not) have?

    No need to change the icon. It’s a good one and means well. Like so many things, the challenge is in living up to it.

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    absolute galore
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    “If you’re fully vaxxed, I wouldn’t be too worried, especially if you’re in a highly vaxxed region,” Wachter wrote. “If you’re not vaccinated: I’d be afraid. Maybe even very afraid.” a doctor, talking about the spread of the Delta variant in the U.S.

    Any doctors care to comment? Is Ivermectin still as effective with Delta, which they are saying is not only more contagious, but also comes with more serious symptoms.

    From my morning NYT email newsletter:

    Good morning. We have an update on Covid and the Delta variant.

    ‘If you’re not vaccinated …’

    It’s time for one of this newsletter’s occasional updates on the state of the pandemic. The brief version: The situation continues to look reassuring for anybody who is vaccinated — but has become more worrisome for anybody who is not, largely because of the Delta variant.

    Here are three more detailed points:
    1. Cases are no longer falling

    The news about Covid-19 has been mostly positive in the U.S. over recent months. The vaccines continue to work well against every variant, and the number of Americans who have gotten a shot continues to rise.

    But the U.S. still faces two problems. First, the pace of vaccinations has slowed, and a substantial share of Americans — close to one third — remains hesitant about getting a shot. These unvaccinated Americans will remain vulnerable to Covid outbreaks and to serious symptoms, or even death.

    Second, the Delta variant — which appears to be both more contagious and more severe than earlier versions of the virus — is spreading rapidly within the U.S., after having first been identified in India. It now accounts for about 10 percent of cases, according to Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a former F.D.A. commissioner.

    Together, these two forces help explain why new cases have stopped falling:
    Source: The New York Times

    Many experts are concerned that cases will eventually start to rise as Delta becomes the dominant form of the virus. “We are vulnerable,” Dr. Kavita Patel of the Brookings Institution told Yahoo News. On Twitter yesterday, Dr. Robert Wachter of the University of California, San Francisco, wrote: “I’ll now bet we’ll see significant (incl. many hospitalizations/deaths) surges this fall in low-vaccine populations due to combo of seasonality, Delta’s nastiness, & ‘back to normal’ behavior.”
    2. But the vaccines work

    In addition to being more contagious, Delta also appears to be more severe. As my colleague Keith Bradsher reports about southeastern China, where the variant has been spreading: “Patients are becoming sicker and their conditions are worsening much more quickly.” (China has more detailed data than many other countries, because it conducts rapid, widespread testing.)

    But there is still one very big piece of encouraging news: The vaccines continue to work extremely well against the variants, based on the evidence so far. The best performing vaccines vastly reduce the number of Covid cases of any kind and virtually eliminate death.

    “The Delta variant is by far the most contagious variant of this virus we have seen in the entire pandemic,” Dr. Ashish Jha said yesterday. “The good news is the data suggests that, if you’ve been fully vaccinated, you remain protected, that the vaccines hold up.”

    The clearest place to see this pattern is Britain, where the Delta variant has spread widely and where the vaccination rate is high. In Britain, there is “still no sign of increase in deaths, well after the strain has become dominant,” as Dr. Eric Topol of the Scripps Research Translational Institute noted.
    Source: The New York Times
    3. The lesson is clear

    Nothing is more important than vaccination.

      Persuading more Americans to get vaccinated will save some of their lives. And a more rapid global vaccination program can save millions of lives around the world. Delta already appears to be at least partly responsible for rising case counts in several African countries, Russia, Ontario and elsewhere.

      “If you’re fully vaxxed, I wouldn’t be too worried, especially if you’re in a highly vaxxed region,” Wachter wrote. “If you’re not vaccinated: I’d be afraid. Maybe even very afraid.”

      More on the virus: Novavax announced today that a clinical trial of its vaccine in the U.S. and Mexico found an efficacy rate of about 90 percent.

    #77285
    WES
    Participant

    Public Health authorities are deliberately collecting and creating misleading data to ensure there is no way to see or verify the harm vaccines are doing.

    We need to “trust our instincts” that something is terribly wrong and that public health officials are deliberately lying to us.

    #77286

    Is Ivermectin still as effective with Delta

    I’m not a doctor, but I see no reason why it wouldn’t be. It’s at least a bit weird to compare it to mRNA (spike protein) vaccines.

    Persuading more Americans to get vaccinated will save some of their lives. And a more rapid global vaccination program can save millions of lives around the world.

    Ivermectin would do the same, but without blood clots, myocarditis etc.

    #77287

    #77288
    Germ
    Participant

    While speaking at a conference in 2018, Wuhan Institute of Virology and collaborator and gain-of-function advocate Dr. Ralph Baric advised attendees on how to “make money” in the next pandemic.

    WATCH: 2018 Video Shows Wuhan Lab Partner Scheming on How to Make Money from a Pandemic.

    #77289
    Germ
    Participant
    #77290
    Oroboros
    Participant

    Robespierre Fauci and his Neo-Jacobin supporters are following the arc of history, hopefully to the Blade.

    The vaccination of children and infants is monstrous.

    Fascist Fauci and his running dog lackeys have frankensteined a cult of personality around Mr I Am Science with Pravda on the Potomac.

    “79% Of Democrats Support Employers Forcing Workers To Get Covid-19 Jabs”

    The Democrats are so thoroughly brainwashed into a Death Cult at this point that it would make Jim Jones pea green with envy from the grave.

    The Cult of Fuhrer Fauci has surpassed Jonestown in scope.

    The Democrats just need Leni Riefenstahl as a ‘media consultant’ to stage a Drink the Koolaid rally a la Nuremberg on the Washington Mall

    https://th.bing.com/th/id/R5c7f222202b22c9c0d66f04f0fab0cac?rik=wv5wqgs094OrDQ&riu=http%3a%2f%2fs2.quickmeme.com%2fimg%2f6e%2f6e16dd73e2b2e3e5704dbe2d5feffbc7e76d2ca2a0b054f4d992eed7145e5c9e.jpg&ehk=plVFpbBnQLeuIP4K%2fQQoIglpdTnji39cDL30mUsPW4I%3d&risl=&pid=ImgRaw

    #77291
    Dagnarus
    Participant

    @absolute galore
    The delta variant used to be known as the Indian Variant. India (except Tamil Nadu) just crushed an outbreak of this variant using Ivermectin. So yes, ivermectin is still effective.

    #77292
    Django
    Participant

    Muh friends say they won’t talk to me if I don’t drink muh koo-aid.

    #77293
    Django
    Participant

    Also Wikipedia has pulled the Jonestown article.

    Curiouser and curiouser. Prolly just coincidence.

    #77294
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    To the Obama poster I would add: “But I won’t drink the water when it’s from Flint, Michigan.” (It was so painfully obvious he wasn’t really drinking that water.)

    What’s so bizarre about the cultists of both Team Red and Team Blue is that they have no concept of how weird and scary they come off to normal people who aren’t sleep-walking through life.

    #77295
    Mr. House
    Participant
    #77296
    John Day
    Participant

    https://www.johndayblog.com/2021/06/framing-question.html
    Societal changes do not just happen. Entire societies have to work them out and enact them. It’s not as simple as a good or evil government making a detailed plan and having it carried out in a series of laws and processes. WW-2 was a complex example of that, as was the Great Depression.
    We are already well into failing processes to bring about “The Fourth Industrial Revolution” and “Great Reset”. The elite owners plan a “transhuman” future, except for themselves, and whatever other faithful and capable human servants they need, but not 90% of humans.
    The transition from the postwar societal contracts, where people could reasonably expect personal freedoms and the opportunity to earn a good/adequate living by working diligently, to whatever sort of hopeless slavery awaits us is going poorly at first.
    People are embracing the new rules on one hand, giving their teenagrs “the vaccine”, like it’s a good thing, completely innocent to the extreme dangers, even after “reactions” begin. “That just means it’s working.” I have a specific boy in my prayers, and have not yet been able to see the wise way to speak to his mother, my friend, about what is happening. He is away, visiting family. She doesn’t understand. She loves him with all her heart.
    Other people, like the workers at Methodist Hospital in Houston, who are jobless, after the Federal Judge rejected their bodily rights argument out of hand, have found their hill to stand and defend:
    https://www.11alive.com/article/news/state/federal-court-ruling-employers-can-require-employees-to-get-covid19-vaccination/85-0f156612-ed8f-48ff-918f-c7613ab0484f
    How does this become a first, crystalized choice for the rest of us? It is easier to delay that choice, but it seems to be crystalizing for our Western societies around bodily integrity, around the precedent of having to accept a genetic-engineering injection into your flesh to have the right to be a member of a failing social order.
    Live under a tightening noose of control /ownership by the same selfish, heartless, and now, increasingly desperate elites, or what?.
    The Deep states and media are the iron fist and velvet glove of that order.
    . Ordinary Doctors, teachers, government employees, grocery clerks, garbage men and policemen follow orders and respect rules, like they always have.
    At what point does one have to choose a side?
    How soon can one choose a side, having determined what side to choose?
    The sooner the better, I suspect.
    Proactively framing the question at my clinic, instead of awaiting an ultimatum, might be possible for me, with the Houston nurses in mind.
    I will take that path, now that the specific decision is clearly coming, likely this fall.
    I will explicitly state my firm conviction to refuse “vaccination”.
    (My reluctance to suggest it for any but the highest risk patients has been clear all along. The vaccine machine has been going around me, like a critter in the road.)

    #77297
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    That guy in the NewTube vid really shouldn’t get so worked up. Bureaucracies automatically send out nuisance-mailings all the time that quite appropriately end up in the circular file. Why should this one be any different? Unless, I suppose, so many people have been giving him grief over not getting the jab that he’s just really, really touchy about it now. Still, I don’t recommend that mindset.

    As for cases going up because of Scary Delta, I looked at the new cases graph for the USA on Google, and I saw only the tiniest blip upward that I wouldn’t have even noted had it not been for what I read here from that NYT article.

    #77298
    Oroboros
    Participant

    The French Revolution Jabobins were the ‘Wokesters’ of their age.

    They tried to institute a new calendar that had 10 days to the week and had all religious holidays removed from it to ‘purge’ the memory of the Roman Church from the New Republic.

    Brilliant

    Like the Wokesters trying to purge ‘white priledge’ from the collective memory.

    The Jacobins also wanted to purge any different types of bread from the Republic.

    The type and color of your bread indicated your social status.

    The darker the bread generally, the poorer you were.

    White bread was for aristocrats.

    To get white bread before chemical bleaching was in force in the early 20th century, the old technique was to spread whole grain flour out on cloth sheets and have it bleached white by the sun while turning it with feathers continuously all day long.

    This added to the cost of producing white flour considerably and thus the status and snob appeal.

    The Jacobins wanted the People’s Bread, a medium dark/light colored bread that everyone would eat in ‘equality’.

    Just the thought of forcing this on all Americans makes the Wokester’s nipples hard.

    #77299
    Oroboros
    Participant

    @John Day

    I’ve appreciated your thoughtful comments for a long time.

    The Houston nurse saga just highlights the total corruption of ‘the rule of law’

    Judges are already bought and paid for running lackey dogs.

    Shaking off the French Oligarchs resulted in a military dictatorship and the twelve solid years of the Napoleonic Wars.

    Estimates of total dead from the Napoleonic Wars, both military and civilian, range from 3,250,000 to 6,500,000

    Most ‘changing of the guard’ episodes in history don’t go smoothly or as anticipated by their supporters.

    The modern battlefield has apparently shifted from the field to the bloodstream

    The war is internal to the mind and body of the participants not external to a battlefield.

    The Wokesters are a virus too.

    #77302
    Doc Robinson
    Participant

    • The Killer in the Bloodstream: the “Spike Protein” (Whitney)

    The defenders of the mRNA vaccines insist that the spike proteins resulting from the vaccines are not a problem, because the spikes have been stabilized in the “pre-fusion” configuration, by having “two proline substitutions” (2P) engineered into them.

    In theory, if the spike proteins are stabilized this way, they cannot fuse with cells in the body.
    In the real world, however, the 2P spike proteins are still “unstable,” according to an article in the journal Science. So who knows what’s they’re actually doing in the body. Because of these problems with the 2P substitution (used in the current mRNA vaccines), researchers are working on a version of the spike protein with six substitutions.

    So, despite all the “debunking” and censoring of claims about the vaccines being able to cause damage from spike proteins circulating in the body, a couple dozen medical professionals and professors, including Peter Doshi (senior editor at the BMJ), Peter McCullough, and Patrick Whelan, submitted a related petition to the FDA two weeks ago.

    Here’s a portion of their petition which relates to the spike proteins caused by the vaccines:

    3. Require data on the safety and pharmacokinetic profiles of the spike protein.

    Rationale:

    a. In-situ production of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is the target mechanism of action of all COVID-19 vaccines with an EUA at present. Therefore, the safety profile of spike protein itself (i.e., in the absence of virus) must be thoroughly understood in the range of populations on the indications list.

    b. Recently, evidence of systemic circulation of spike protein or its components in subjects post-immunization was reported.15 All studies we are aware of to date raise concerns about the safety of spike protein,16–28 and the concentration of circulatory spikes was correlated to the disease severity in COVID-19 patients.29

    c. Required studies must, at a minimum, address these concerns:

    i. Coagulopathy issues, including blood clots, hemorrhage, thrombocytopenia, heart attack, and strokes. According to the VAERS, as of May 21, 2021, there have been a total of 1,222 reports of thrombocytopenia/low platelets; and 6,494 (112 in 0-24 year-olds) reports of blood clots/strokes.

    ii. Reproductive issues, including menstrual irregularities, reduced fertility, miscarriages, and preterm births. According to VAERS, as of May 21, 2021, there were 511 reports of miscarriage and 522 reports of uterine hemorrhage (including 88 in women older than 50 years). The vaccines induce the generation of antibodies to attack spike protein, which are genetically similar to proteins produced by the placenta.30 To date, no vaccine sponsors have conducted immunologic studies of spike protein involvement with proteins involved in placental development.

    iii. Carcinogenesis. There is preliminary and theoretical evidence that the spike protein may promote cancer.31,32 Considering the potential for annual booster vaccinations, COVID-19 vaccines should be treated similarly to medication taken for chronic conditions on a long term basis. Carcinogenic potential is important to characterize.

    iv. Transmission of spike protein (or its fragments) from vaccinated individuals, such as through breast milk and associated risk in neonates and infants. According to the UK Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, there are 921 reports of exposure via breast milk following AstraZeneca’s vaccine and 215 reports following Pfizer’s vaccine.

    v. Neurological disorders, including Guillain-Barré syndrome, acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, transverse myelitis, encephalitis, myelitis, encephalomyelitis, meningoencephalitis, meningitis, encephalopathy, demyelinating diseases, and multiple sclerosis.

    vi. Cardiac issues, including myocardial infarction, myocarditis and pericarditis, among others. According to the VAERS, as of May 21, 2021, there have been a total of 1,598 reports of heart attacks (24 reported in 0-24 year-olds; 501 resulted in death).

    vii. Autoimmune diseases, including thyroiditis and diabetes mellitus, immune thrombocytopenia, autoimmune hepatitis, primary biliary cholangitis, systemic sclerosis, autoimmune disease for skeletal muscles (myasthenia gravis, myositis such as polymyositis, dermatomyositis, or other inflammatory myopathies)

    viii. Studies should be conducted in individuals of both sexes33 and all ages. We cannot assume that the effects of spike protein are the same across populations of all ages, sex, and across pre-existing conditions.

    https://www.regulations.gov/document/FDA-2021-P-0521-0001

    https://downloads.regulations.gov/FDA-2021-P-0521-0001/attachment_1.pdf

    Reference to “unstable” 2P spike proteins
    https://science.sciencemag.org/content/369/6510/1501.full

    #77303
    zerosum
    Participant

    The Cult of Fuhrer Fauci has surpassed Jonestown in scope.

    TAE and commentators have been finding/telling the truth
    Our leaders have been lying
    WHY, THE LIES
    Its all theater
    for our benefit
    WHY!

    Problem:
    The “virus” attacks/kills weak immune systems,
    The “virus” attacks/kills the Overweight
    The “virus” attacks/kills the obese

    Survivors will be surprise as to who are the survivors.

    Even Sci-Fi novels did not forecast or did not have this plot line and denouement.

    #77304
    Mr. House
    Participant

    Jesus…. for what? Not telling the truth and killing hundreds of thousands by denying care?

    https://www.audacy.com/wcbs880/news/local/nyc-ticker-tape-parade-to-honor-essential-workers-in-july

    #77305
    Mr. House
    Participant

    https://www.the-sun.com/news/3077187/two-most-common-covid-symptoms-changed-delta/

    This is total bullshit, and these symptoms will continue to change over time until anyone who can’t provide proof of vaccination will be found guilty by having any symptom. Breathing perhaps……….

    #77306
    Germ
    Participant

    Jim’s penned another Monday doozy.
    Must read:

    The Three-way Squeeze

    #77307
    Mr. House
    Participant

    So now having a cold is enough to be ostracized, funny how all of this is going on in so many areas of society all at the same time. You’re racist because you won’t admit to me you’re racist, your deadly to me because you won’t jump off this bridge with me. Its funny how a few of us here said this was going to be the case from the beginning.

    #77308
    zerosum
    Participant

    Sci-Fi or reality
    Can you beat a random number generator?
    There is a sure way to win on random number generator.
    You must be the generator that is generating the next random number.

    #77309
    Doc Robinson
    Participant

    In the attempt to stabilize the spike protein in the pre-fusion configuration, Pfizer and Moderna are using the 2P proline substitution, while vaccine developers in Australia used another approach. They introduced a fragment of an HIV protein to the spike, which stabilized it. What could possibly go wrong? All of the participants in the vaccine trials tested positive for HIV as a result (“false positive”), and the vaccine was scrapped.

    Coronavirus vaccine from UQ and CSL abandoned after HIV response which scientists say was ‘unexpected’
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-12-11/covid19-vaccine-csl-uq-hiv-element-what-went-wrong/12973952

    #77310
    Germ
    Participant

    Dr Richard Fleming ran a 1800 patient study, with I believe 10 drugs, he goes over the data in this presentation along with anything you would ever want to know about this virus, it’s origins, the mechanism, etc.

    LIVE FROM ‘EVENT 2021’ IN DALLAS, TX

    #77311
    Germ
    Participant

    The Argentinian province of La Pampa is very happy with its use of ivermectin as a treatment and it will now extend its application to prophylaxis to close contacts.

    La Pampa estudia extender el uso de ivermectina a los contactos estrechos “convivientes” de pacientes con COVID-19

    #77312
    zerosum
    Participant

    Pick a quote, maybe you can find Wisdom in these quotes

    https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/loneliness

    Loneliness Quotes

    “If one’s different, one’s bound to be lonely.”
    ― Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

    #77313
    Noirette
    Participant

    Why young 15-25, volunteer for / accept the cov-19 vax?

    — Technology advances, so do vaxes, this one is ‘new’, it is a modern thing, the publicity resembles that for a ‘new’ product, an ‘in’ thing like fantastic super fash shoes, a novel gadget, etc. Yeah, go for it. (=> Product advertising, placement.) I have heard this arg. from 15 yr. olds and 29 yr olds…

    — I will be certified as vaxxed, get a ‘pass’ or other credential to stay / become part of the like-minded, or ‘top’ group – who can participate in xyz activities etc. Appeal to social identity, ingroup -> outgroup prejudice. ( => stiffer-armed marketing, skirting propaganda.)

    —-I’m doing a good deed. If the only way to beat COV19 is via vax-immunity I’m helping that along. Here, the appeal held out is ‘to do good’ – as is done in pleas for charity donations to ‘ordinary’ ppl – a bearable dollar sacrifice accomplishes wonderful things elsewhere. The odd thing is that the vax is free and has no other obligations, which makes me think that the PTB were wary of this argument, but it seems to be quite common (ppl I have spoken to, internet boards.) Self-protection (I’m dead scared of catching covid) is as far as I can see completely absent, with good reason,15-25s don’t die of covid, which is perhaps why the ‘humanitarian’ argument is pushed.

    — Low level marketing incentives to get vaxxed have been abundant: free beer, lottery tickets, etc. Quite odd, as it detracts from the seriousness of the matter (I want to protec’ my wife and the world’s children), so idk, is this corps. jumping on bandwagon, what? EU countries have avoided this move because it looks super scuzzy and will discourage ppl.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2021/04/24/business/vaccine-freebies/index.html

    Note: the Med. community has said nothing, has been completely silent, about these mini-bribes to agree to a med. procedure. ??

    —The threat of exclusion thru authority from above from many orgs., high n’ low, e.g. no college without vax, no travel without vax, no sports team, choir, employment, and so on.

    It is as if *every possible* psych-, advert -, propa-, order from above-, threat type- move was implemented at once, badly coordinated. It looks desperate.

    Eric Clapton brings up some of these points, I was happy to see. Always liked him.

    #77314
    Germ
    Participant

    GLOBAL BIOTERRORISM. REINER FUELLMICH WITH DR. PETER MCCULLOUGH. CORONA COMMITTEE:

    https://www.brighteon.com/657cceb5-f9a1-435b-9a96-cbb4b28489aa

    #77315
    Germ
    Participant

    Fully vaccinated Germans have been urged not to storm the country’s pharmacies in the rush to obtain a Covid digital vaccination pass made available in thousands of stores on Monday.

    The “Digitale Impfpass” or digital vaccination pass, is the official document to be used as part of the the European Union vaccine certificate scheme to facilitate travel across the bloc, which the European parliament agreed last month.

    The pass displays a QR – quick response – code given to everyone who has been vaccinated, either directly following a vaccination, or later via post. The QR code provides the necessary connection with an IBM European data bank storing the vaccine certificates.

    The government also hopes once it is up and running, the scheme and the additional freedom it will give people, will encourage those still hesitant about getting vaccinated to finally do so.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jun/14/germans-told-to-be-patient-as-chemists-start-covid-vaccine-pass-scheme

    #77316
    Germ
    Participant

    98% of French teachers say ‘non’ to AstraZeneca: Mass vaccination centre offering jab to over-55s is forced to close after just 58 people out of 3,000 signed up

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9484107/France-Covid-Mass-vaccination-centre-forced-close-lack-demand.html

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