Coronavirus

CDC: Delta is serious

July 30, 2021
Posted in ,

According to The Washington Post, and now confirmed by Director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Rochelle Walensky, an internal CDC document reveals that the Delta Coronavirus variant appears to cause more severe illness than the initial strain of Covid-19 and spreads as easily and…

Read More
Tokyo Olympics logo

Olympic woes

July 20, 2021
Posted in

As the Tokyo Olympics are about to begin, Covid remains the headline. To date, three days before the opening ceremony, there have been 61 reported Covid cases casting a doubt over the testing protocols and the lack of vaccine enforcement for athletes and national delegations. Some fear that the virus,…

Read More
Covid Delta Variant

Delta variant in the news

July 12, 2021
Posted in

For several weeks, the Covid-19 headline has been the Delta Variant. Much discussion is focussed on the lasting vs. waning protection of the various vaccines. Today, 12 July 2021, Pfizer is set to speak with U.S. officials to try to convince them of the need for a booster shot. According…

Read More
World Health Organization (WHO) logo

WHO: Still wear masks

June 30, 2021
Posted in ,

The World Health Organization, WHO, advises that even the fully vaccinated continue to wear masks in light of the transmissibility of the new Delta Variant. According to Dr. Mariangela Simao, WHO Assistant Director-General for Access to Medicines and Health Products said: “People need to continue to use masks consistently, be…

Read More

ROLLER COASTER ERA BEGINS

June 29, 2021
Posted in ,

Open, don’t open? Variants: how much worse? Vaccinated vs. unvaccinated. Adopters vs. non-vaxers. It’s a confusing time in the fight against COVID-19.

Read More
Risk Sciences International 1

99.2% US deaths: unvaccinated

June 24, 2021
Posted in

This week CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said adult deaths from Covid-19 are “at this point entirely preventable” due to the effectiveness of vaccines. And a new analysis from the AP confirms what Walensky said. According to the analysis of government data from May, released on Thursday, out of the…

Read More
Risk Sciences International 2

Brazil reaches 500,000

June 20, 2021
Posted in

Deaths related to Covid-19 have passed 500,000 in Brazil, now the second-highest in the world. Experts further believe that the outbreak could worsen amid slow vaccination, the start of winter and President Jair Bolsonaro’s refusal to back measures like social distancing. As for vaccine protection, according to the health institute…

Read More
Covid numbers 2021-06-16

Numbers update

June 16, 2021
Posted in

The COVID-19 pandemic is well into its second year. It has been 16 or so months since the virus began its wildfire spread around the world. ICUs have been overrun, PPE was nowhere to be found, entire countries shut down and locked down, conspiracy theories were spread, and yes, a…

Read More
Peruvian

Peru highest worldwide

June 1, 2021
Posted in

As of today, 180,764 have died from coronavirus complications in Peru. This number makes Peru the country with the highest number of Covid-caused deaths worldwide. Peru on Monday almost tripled its official COVID-19 death toll to 180,764, following a government review, making it the country with the worst death rate…

Read More

Investigating the source

May 28, 2021
Posted in ,

President Biden has announced a comprehensive 90-day review into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Previously, both officials and the public have wavered between a conviction that the virus was spread from a laboratory in Wuhan, either voluntarily or by accident, and the more accepted theory, until now, that the…

Read More