46 New COVID Cases Reported Since Friday

Humboldt COunty COVID-19 InformationPress release from the County of Humboldt:

Forty-six new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Humboldt County since the most recent report Friday. A previously reported case has been removed after it was determined to be a duplicate. The total number of county residents who have tested positive for the virus now stands at 4,775c

Since the last weekly update on July 12, the county has reported 99 new cases of COVID-19, three new hospitalizations and two deaths. Of the residents who were hospitalized, one was in their 40s, one in their 60s and one in their 70s. One of the residents who died was in their 60s and the other in their 70s. To date, the county has reported a total of 219 hospitalizations and 53 deaths.

As the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant triggers a rise in cases across the state, a growing number of California counties are urging residents to wear masks indoors. Los Angeles County, the most populous county in the state, has reinstated its indoor mask requirement, while more than a dozen other counties strongly recommend them.

Statewide, unvaccinated residents over the age of two are required to wear facial coverings in indoor public spaces. To find out more about the role of masks in preventing the spread of COVID-19, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/effective-masks.html.

Public Health officials reiterate that eligible members of the community get vaccinated. Vaccine is available at Public Health clinics and at most local pharmacies. Walk-ins are welcome at all Public Health clinics, or sign up in advance at MyTurn.ca.gov. See the clinic schedule for the next seven days below.

Eureka – Tuesday, July 20, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Eureka Boat Launch (1701 Waterfront Drive)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson

Fortuna – Wednesday, July 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
River Lodge Conference Center (1800 Riverwalk Drive)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson

Arcata – Thursday, July 22, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Arcata Transit Center (925 E St.)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson

Redway – Friday, July 23, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dean Creek RV Park (4112 Redwood Drive)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson

Fortuna – Saturday, July 24, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Redwood AutoXpo (Veterans Memorial Building, 1426 Main St.)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson 

Arcata – Saturday, July 24, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Arcata Farmers’ Market (Arcata Plaza, 808 G St.)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson

Arcata – Sunday, July 25, from noon to 4 p.m.
Adopt-a-Park Community Event (Mad River Pkwy. E)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson

The Pfizer vaccine is approved for children as young as 12 years old. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is authorized for those 18 and older.

To check availability of these vaccines, as well as Moderna, at local pharmacies, visit vaccines.gov or text a ZIP code to 438829 to find a participating pharmacy nearby. Most pharmacies allow walk-ins.

View the Humboldt County Data Dashboard online at humboldtgov.org/dashboard, or go to humboldtgov.org/DashboardArchives to download today’s data.

For the most recent COVID-19 information, visit cdc.gov or cdph.ca.gov. Local information is available at humboldtgov.org or by contacting [email protected] or calling 707-441-5000.

Sign up for COVID-19 vaccination: MyTurn.ca.gov
Check for vaccine availability at a local pharmacy: Vaccines.gov
Local COVID-19 vaccine information: humboldtgov.org/VaccineInfo
Humboldt County COVID-19 Data Dashboard: humboldtgov.org/Dashboard
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I like stars
I like stars
2 months ago
Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago
Reply to  I like stars

Isn’t it wonderful?!

Bug on a Windshield
Bug on a Windshield
2 months ago

“Since the last weekly update on July 12, the county has reported 99 new cases…”.
That’s an average of 14 cases per day. Back in Oct. 2020, that was twice the amount to put us in the purple tier. Am I overlooking something? Wondering what the criteria are now.

https://humboldtgov.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=3338

Bushytails
Bushytails
2 months ago

We stopped using that system when cases in california were falling. If cases keep going up, a similar system may be re-instated.

Dana
Dana
2 months ago
Reply to  Bushytails

People sure would feel more safe if they had a color coded system to know how fearful they should be on any given day. On purple days, there is absolutely no contact between myself and husband or kids. We all wear masks indoors and I make them eat alone in their rooms but yellow days are a treat; I allow my husband to touch me without latex gloves on but he still must maintain an arms distance!!

Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago
Reply to  Bushytails

Newsom can’t do anything with a recall in front of him. No one wants more color charts and lockdowns (except a few extremists commenting on local websites).

Wait until September/October, he may implement something even more ridiculous if we don’t throw his butt out of office.

thatguyinarcata
thatguyinarcata
2 months ago
Reply to  Bushytails

They actually dropped it once vaccination got to a certain volume.

Jim’s Guest Is Someone Else’s Wife
Jim’s Guest Is Someone Else’s Wife
2 months ago

So what?

Wouldn’t the drop in the stock market or rising inflation be of more interest to readers?

Crisis on the border?

Lack of maintenance in our forests causing unnecessary fires?

Inquiring minds want to know!

Bushytails
Bushytails
2 months ago

Maybe if you’re more interested in those things, you should go read and comment on some other site that has more articles relevant to your interests?

Geist
Geist
2 months ago

Did Kym report on the larger stock market drop last october? Who cares? The stock market is a very poor indicator of overall economic health for most people. Look at the GameSpot fiasco to see how little massive increase in stock prices affects a company on the ground. Its a casino for the hyper-wealthy.

Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago
Reply to  Geist

Pensions. 401k’s. Retirement accounts.
People are very interested. Financial ups and downs make good news.

Cryptocurrency too. Actually, a crypto spot on Redheaded Blackbelt would be awesome.

I have experience writing crypto articles. Super fun pieces if anyone is interested… hint hint.

https://thebitcoinnews.com/ripple-xrp-and-some-other-coins-jimmy-buffett-wouldnt-buy/

furies
furies
2 months ago
Reply to  Geist

The stock market is a graph of rich people’s feelings.

Jim’s Guest Is Someone Else’s Wife
Jim’s Guest Is Someone Else’s Wife
2 months ago
Reply to  furies

If you ain’t investing, you ain’t gonna be rich. Don’t you understand compound interest?

Please tell me you’re not expecting the benevolent government to take care of you in old age…

Call me crazy
Call me crazy
2 months ago

Bingo.

This is a fucking HUGE DISTRACTION TO THOSE WHO STILL HAVE TO CONTINUE TO PAY FOR A GOVERNMENT THAT GOT A BAD SPENDING PROBLEM.

Tim
Tim
2 months ago

Every time I go out to a public place (e.g. grocery store, hardware store, etc.) I see signs that say if you aren’t vaccinated you must wear a mask.

Only about 50% of the population in Humboldt is vaccinated. I’d bet no more than 10% of the people I see in the stores are wearing a mask or keeping distance. Heck, I’d bet half the people who are wearing masks are also vaccinated and are still wearing masks because of the high local case numbers.

Is it any wonder we’re seeing so many cases?

The Real Brian
The Real Brian
2 months ago
Reply to  Tim

There are also take-home Covid tests.

And less interest in testing.

50% of Humboldt has learned how to manage risk and live on with the vaccine.

thatguyinarcata
thatguyinarcata
2 months ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

What do you think the accuracy of the take home tests is? Also, do they accept take home tests as sufficient proof for travel and stuff?

I like stars
I like stars
2 months ago
Reply to  Tim
Bushytails
Bushytails
2 months ago
Reply to  I like stars

Six people is hardly a superspreader event, especially given as they were sharing close quarters in a hotel and meeting space.

The vaccines are about 90% effective at preventing infection with delta, from what I remember seeing. 6 people out of 55 people is in line with this.

I like stars
I like stars
2 months ago
Reply to  Bushytails

If the expected transmission rate were 100%, you would have a point. I don’t think it’s even close. Wikipedia actually has a rundown on the math. If you have the time and interest, check it out.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superspreading_event

Geist
Geist
2 months ago
Reply to  Tim

Probably that other 50%.

Nick
Nick
2 months ago
Reply to  Tim

40,000 unmasked fans at the giants-dodgers game but I’m sure the 5 at Ace hardware will kill us all!! You’ve been played, move on with your life.

Richard Gozinya
Richard Gozinya
2 months ago

We’ll done, Humboldt! We’re hanging in there with the likes of Arkansas! We don need no damn vaccines. You dun taking away my rights, putting a chip in my brain. They gon kill half the population, like that damn Will Smith movie!

its real
its real
2 months ago

Huh? Are you Russian?…
Americans wear a mask be safe
Six feet…. rooting for everyone’s safety!

Bushytails
Bushytails
2 months ago
Reply to  its real

Do only Russians understand sarcasm, farce, or parody?

Guess
Guess
2 months ago
Reply to  Bushytails

In soviet Russia joke makes you

Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago

After some debate, I decided against getting the gene therapy.

Bushytails
Bushytails
2 months ago
Reply to  Lulz

Good thing no one is asking you to get gene therapy.

Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago
Reply to  Bushytails
nevertrustacop
nevertrustacop
2 months ago
Reply to  Lulz

bushytails.brian aunt ovine. kym herself response 🙈🙉🙊

Jim’s Guest Is Someone Else’s Wife
Jim’s Guest Is Someone Else’s Wife
2 months ago

No thank you. Texas Democrat Fleebaggers are all vaccinated, yet all flew on a plane with no masks and five of them caught Covid?! After being vaccinated?! And the nasty woman from California that was questionably elected as Vice President of the US had to go to Walter Reed on a SUNDAY?! For ROUTINE medical care?! After meeting with the Fleebaggers from Texas??

Jim’s Guest Is Someone Else’s Wife
Jim’s Guest Is Someone Else’s Wife
2 months ago

Sorry, here sometimes but ain’t been nowhere or done nothing…

This was meant to be a reply to Richard who’s been gone into so often his ass is LEGITIMATELY dragging!

Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago

Pelosi’s nephew is too busy with the recall to shut us down and no one is left to save us from the super contagious Delta variant!

No more color charts to guide us. It’s all so sad. We should be tie-dyed by now.

Is triple masking still a thing?

Careful out there!

https://www.city-journal.org/panic-pandemic

Dana
Dana
2 months ago
Reply to  Lulz

Good read, thanks for sharing! Just a tid bit, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff’s department annual report, there were 63 drug/alcohol related deaths in 2020. I wish people were more concerned about those!

Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago
Reply to  Dana

You’re welcome.

I imagine most/all excess deaths over the past year are more closely related to the increased domestic violence/alcoholism/drugtrafficking that ticked up after the lockdown.

Records probably show they all died, *with* Covid (and voted).

Casey
2 months ago

Thanks for keeping it under 40, 50 isn’t believable to me, I just don’t like them. I don’t like the number first.

I like stars
I like stars
2 months ago

You don’t like pussies?

Haywood Jahblomie
Haywood Jahblomie
2 months ago

You are what you eat 😋

its real
its real
2 months ago

It has been proven that even vaccinated, it is better to wear a mask against the new variants. Wear a mask to be safe!!!

I like stars
I like stars
2 months ago
Reply to  its real

Got a link? Evidence is always nice when you are claiming something has been proven.

Prof. Quiz
Prof. Quiz
2 months ago
Reply to  its real

Saw this on the road in HumCo. I agree!

Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago
Reply to  Prof. Quiz

Awesome.

Prof. Quiz
Prof. Quiz
2 months ago

Tough choice!

Prof. Quiz
Prof. Quiz
2 months ago
Reply to  Prof. Quiz

Me again!

Bug on a Windshield
Bug on a Windshield
2 months ago
Reply to  Prof. Quiz

Not sure where you stand. On one hand you say you agree with the pic that masking is a gift fear. On the other hand, with this one you seem to suggest that non-maskers are spreading the variant.

namer
namer
2 months ago

Stop it, you’re killing me.

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
2 months ago
Reply to  Prof. Quiz

😂👍🏻 prof quiz I’m dying laughing so hard!

ThinkThenAct
ThinkThenAct
2 months ago

For God’s sake, get vaccinated. For your health, your children’s, and the health of others.

Call me crazy
Call me crazy
2 months ago
Reply to  ThinkThenAct

Just keep telling yourself that history isn’t written by the winners.

Lying, cheating, bloodthirsty, greedy, power hungry, and corrupt.

Just ask the native people on every continent who they trust.

Its not Billy Gates Jr, son of a eugenics society lawyer….

Notwithstanding the charmed offensive.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/bill-gates-philanthropist-eugenicist-curtis-k-chocholous

Lulz
Lulz
2 months ago

This was predictable. Spike proteins shedding like fleas from the vaccinated population are gettin’ the regular people sick.

Damn them for being so gullible!

Willie Bray
2 months ago

👁👁🗣

The Real Brian
The Real Brian
2 months ago

@ kym

Forgot the #Covid tag.

Lone Ranger
Lone Ranger
2 months ago

Does this bad flu season still got people panicked? I know two people that tested positive last week, one had a headache for a full day the other had zero symptoms, this flu is a real killer. But they were under 50 so they had about a 100 percent chance of survival, flipping ridiculousness, panic on Karens.

Tim
Tim
2 months ago
Reply to  Lone Ranger

1) Flu season is typically November-March. It’s July. It’s not the flu.

2) Many cases are mild or asymptomatic but they can still spread it to people who get severe, even life-threatening cases. Look at the number of folks who’ve been hospitalized locally in recent weeks. Or who died.

3) Caring about what happens to the vulnerable in our population isn’t ridiculous or some kind of made up panic. It’s called common decency, something many of the vocal naysayers seem to lack.

Guest
Guest
2 months ago
Reply to  Tim

The more I think about it Tim, the more I think the flu and SarsCov2 might have gotten “married”.

Or well at least maybe as in “joined together”.

The case counts are no longer separated. The case counts are are treated as one and the same, along with pneumonia.

Why? Are they the same now?

Or can they just no longer be differentiated?

Maybe they are now relatively one and the same? Are they now “linked”.

A hybrid? Spliced?

A flu/ SARS chimera?

If that same cocker spaniel tissue they’ve been using and cloning for so long, used to make the flu vaccines, had coronavirus in the first place, that might explain things.

Talk about passive adaptation!

And before you get all high on your horse about how that isn’t possible, or there’s no evidence of it, remember, the origin of SarsCov2 has not been determined.

That means everything is still on the table.

I am not going to simply scapegoat WIH. Fauci knows, but he ain’t talking.

Lone Ranger
Lone Ranger
2 months ago
Reply to  Tim

Typically , nothing typical about testing everyone for the flu. When was the last time a test kit for the flu was advertised or used so much? Ridiculous, did I mention the 2 that tested positive quarantined for 2 weeks in their bedrooms. I personally find it Ridiculous to lock yourself in a room for 2 weeks. Just stay away from people is good enough, just like if you were sick with anything else, or as people have done for years, not a big deal. The flu has been the number killer of our elders for ever . Do older people just die? Or do they get some sort of flu most the time and die?

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago

These scientists take the cake,

Study: Wildfire smoke may add to COVID-19 risk

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada-based scientists argue in a new study that wildfire smoke may increase the risk of contracting the coronavirus.

https://apnews.com/article/science-health-fires-environment-and-nature-coronavirus-pandemic-891670696ad87c9854ddb2c19861818a

Next we’ll be told to just stop breathing, it’s just too risky.

AA
AA
2 months ago

“France’s Covid rebellion: Vehicles are set ablaze and tear gas is fired in Paris over Macron’s new law that all health workers get jabs and requiring new Covid pass for anyone over 12 going to a restaurant.

Hundreds of cafe owners, hospital workers and parents, some chanting ‘Liberty! Liberty!’, took to the French capital on Bastille Day to rebel against President Macron’s controversial plans.”

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9788791/French-protest-Emmanuel-Macrons-Covid-pass-new-law-insisting-health-workers-vaccinated.html

Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs
2 months ago

Alot of positive covid tests are from vaccinated people. Remember the vaccine only keeps you from dying or severe symptoms it does not mean you won’t test positive.

AA
AA
2 months ago
Reply to  Mr and Mrs

Thanks Mr. and Mrs.

“Israel’s health ministry said Monday that the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine appears to be

just 64 percent effective against preventing symptoms from the fast-spreading Delta COVID-19 variant,

but remains highly effective at preventing serious illness and hospitalizations.”

https://www.newsweek.com/israeli-study-finds-pfizer-vaccine-only-64-percent-effective-against-delta-variant-1607140

Willie Bray
2 months ago
Reply to  AA

🕯🌳I’ll second that. 🖖🖖

AA
AA
2 months ago

This month.

“A full course of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is 64% effective

at preventing symptomatic Covid-19, according to an early study by Israel’s health ministry reported Monday,

much lower than previous estimates of nearly 90%.

The vaccine still appears to be highly effective, 93%, at preventing serious illness and hospitalization,

the data shows, though this is also slightly lower than earlier studies suggested and for other variants.”

https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthart/2021/07/06/pfizer-shot-much-less-effective-against-delta-israel-study-shows—heres-what-you-need-to-know-about-variants-and-vaccines/?sh=1d260d403071

Five months ago.

“The Pfizer vaccine showed efficacy of 95% at preventing symptomatic Covid infection after two doses.”

https://www.statnews.com/2021/02/02/comparing-the-covid-19-vaccines-developed-by-pfizer-moderna-and-johnson-johnson/

Guest
Guest
2 months ago
Reply to  AA

AA, And that is why the Pfizer jabs should never be FFA approved, may never be approved, and have not been approved in 150% of the time it should have taken for them to be FDA approved. Because they misrepresented the true efficacy of the vaccine, and that is a disqualification. And their were too many “surprise” serious side effects, which is also a disqualification. So the “emergency” must be maintained, or the EUA goes away, and they cannot keep jabbing, without FDA approval. No more vaccines. Or boosters. And the vaccine manufacturers are saying boosters are necessary at 6-8 months. So is Delta really more contagious?, (is that even peer reviewed?), or are the jabs just wearing out over time? A few more things look wonky, too. You be the judge, but for goodness sake be reasonable, and really consider the significance of these ongoing shifts. First off, the breakthrough case numbers were being compared to the regular case numbers. Then, when that started to look bad they changed the methodology of counting the breakthrough cases to only the sickest or deaths and lowered the PCR for breakthrough case identification but left everything the same for regular cases. Next,… Read more »

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago

A NYT report of the CDC.

Covid Proved the C.D.C. Is Broken. Can It Be Fixed?

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/16/magazine/cdc-covid-response.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

Remember, the NYT is left leaning.

I also posted an article on another thread here how the CDC is broken when it comes to pain patients also.

AA
AA
2 months ago

“France’s Covid rebellion: Vehicles are set ablaze and tear gas is fired in Paris over Macron’s new law that all health workers get jabs and requiring new Covid pass for anyone over 12 going to a restaurant.

Hundreds of cafe owners, hospital workers and parents, some chanting ‘Liberty! Liberty!’, took to the French capital on Bastille Day to rebel against President Macron’s controversial plans.”

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9788791/French-protest-Emmanuel-Macrons-Covid-pass-new-law-insisting-health-workers-vaccinated.html

AA
AA
2 months ago

“The Pfizer coronavirus vaccine has been linked to an increased chance of developing thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP), a rare blood disorder, Israeli researchers said Monday.”

https://m.jpost.com/health-science/pfizer-covid-19-vaccine-linked-to-rare-blood-disease-israeli-study-671694

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago
Reply to  AA

AFLDS FILES LAWSUIT SEEKING IMMEDIATE INJUNCTIVE RELIEF REVOKING THE EMERGENCY USE OF COVID-19 VACCINES BASED ON DISTURBING NEW MORTALITY DATA

(Their caps, not mine)

https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/press_releases/aflds-files-lawsuit-seeking-immediate-injunctive-relief-revoking-the-emergency-use-of-covid-19-vaccines-based-on-disturbing-new-mortality-data/

Skitty
Skitty
2 months ago
Reply to  HotCoffee

Have you looked into “ America’s frontline Doctors” ?

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago
Reply to  Skitty

I supplied information, not an opinion.
They listed their sources at the bottom of the article. People can check them if they wish.
In my opinion, people have the right to know a lawsuit has been filed.

Skitty
Skitty
2 months ago
Reply to  HotCoffee

Fair enough.
In my opinion this is a pretty “fringe” group of so called doctors.
Look up STELLA.

Prof. Quiz
Prof. Quiz
2 months ago
Reply to  Skitty

If you DARE to question DOCTOR Stella’s credibility you are racist! And because she’s from Africa you are CULTURALLY INSENSITIVE. Deal with it.

drstellamd.com/

😉

Prof. Quiz
Prof. Quiz
2 months ago
Reply to  AA

Cognitive Dissonance anyone?

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago

EXCLUSIVE: J&J exploring putting talc liabilities into bankruptcy

July 18 (Reuters) – Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) is exploring a plan to offload liabilities from widespread Baby Powder litigation into a newly created business that would then seek bankruptcy protection, according to seven people familiar with the matter.

During settlement discussions, one of the healthcare conglomerate’s attorneys has told plaintiffs’ lawyers that J&J could pursue the bankruptcy plan, which could result in lower payouts for cases that do not settle beforehand, some of the people said. Plaintiffs’ lawyers would initially be unable to stop J&J from taking such a step, though could pursue legal avenues to challenge it later.

https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/exclusive-jj-exploring-putting-talc-liabilities-into-bankruptcy-sources-2021-07-18/

See how it works.

I like stars
I like stars
2 months ago
Reply to  HotCoffee

They must be happy to get the liability waiver ahead of time.

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago
Reply to  I like stars

They will keep it in the courts for many more years. The Attorneys will get rich and the injured will die waiting or receive a few shekels in their old age for their suffering.

What a horrible thing to do to babies. I used it a few times on mine…. stupid me.
I’d like to know who approved asbestos in the first place.
I think I’ll go see if I can find out.

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago
Reply to  HotCoffee

Seems it’s been used forever in almost everything.

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago

The San Jose Mercury News reported: Secretary of State Shirley Weber’s office has posted the tax returns of the 41 people vying to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom in the September recall election, giving voters a peek at how everyone from reality star Caitlyn Jenner to former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer make their money. So why aren’t the sitting governor’s tax returns among them? The governor is not considered a “candidate,” so the new requirement to cough up five years of returns does not apply. Newsom’s campaign team said he had submitted his returns anyway, but a spokeswoman for Weber, a Newsom appointee, said Monday that because the returns weren’t required, the office wouldn’t review or release them. That has some Newsom critics and recall supporters crying foul. A spokesperson for Newsom’s campaign did not respond to a request Monday for copies of the documents. … “For a guy who spent a lot of time bashing Donald Trump, his excuse is rather Trump-y,” said Bill Whalen, a Hoover Institution research fellow of the lack of 2020 returns, referring to the former president’s repeated refusal to hand over his documents while they were under audit. California’s law requiring candidates to show… Read more »

HotCoffee
HotCoffee
2 months ago

UH OH….

Taco Bell’s menu hit by nationwide shortages of ingredients

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/taco-bell-menu-ingredients-shortage-chicken-beef-lettuce-tortillas/

but don’t worry because…..

In September 2021, the United Nations will convene a Food Systems Summit with the objective of launching bold new actions to build healthier, more sustainable and equitable food systems around the world. In the lead up to this pivotal event, the UN is inviting stakeholders from all sectors, across all food systems, to get involved.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture encourages all American individuals and organizations with an interest in food systems, food security, agricultural production, and related issues to participate in the preparations for the Summit.

You can learn more about the Food Systems Summit at:

USDA Food Systems Website: https://www.usda.gov/oce/sustainability/foodsystems

UN Official Summit Website: https://www.un.org/en/food-systems-summit

They have plans for our food. It’s a busy world out there, and it involves us here.

Don’t miss this one.

Led by USDA, U.S. to Join Global School Meals Coalition June 21, 2021 | News Release | USDA 0139.21

https://www.fas.usda.gov/newsroom/led-usda-us-join-global-school-meals-coalition

Sounds awesome, but didn’t our food banks beg for food during covid?

namer
namer
2 months ago
Reply to  HotCoffee

All I know is, Taco Bell keeps shorting me on my GMO nachos

[UPDATE, ~MIDNIGHT] Never mind, they totally hooked me up this time. The box won’t shut right, and is spilling all over the truck.

AND, there’s these new freebaseable beefy taterpitacitas that they roll in phosphorescent sildenafil that make you have to take the long way home and want to keep the location tracking for the app on forever.

Misguidedyouth
Misguidedyouth
2 months ago

Everyone I know who has recently testes positive for SARS cov2 is vaccinated. If course the narrative will be it’s the unvaxxed populations fault.. and it just keeps spinning and you all lap it up

Prof. Quiz
Prof. Quiz
2 months ago
Reply to  Misguidedyouth

No one questions the cycles ( amplification rate ) of the PCR test. They must have turned it UP to get more “false positives” to induce more FEAR and justifying more lock downs and back to the mask. Oh, and more booster shots!

“Now “the CDC has suddenly discovered the power of cycle thresholds on PCR testing in determining whether the positive results are real or meaningful. But here’s the problem: Where is this guidance when it comes to non-vaccinated people?”

https://sentinelksmo.org/cdc-maximum-28-ct-for-post-vaccine-covid-pcr-tests/

rollin
rollin
2 months ago
Reply to  Prof. Quiz

“No one questions the cycles ( amplification rate ) of the PCR test”

Yup! And no explanation from the vaccine zealots as to why the discrepancy

Jim’s Guest Is Some one Else’s Wife
Jim’s Guest Is Some one Else’s Wife
2 months ago
Reply to  Misguidedyouth

Heh… heheh… hehehe… heheh… you said testes