68 New COVID Cases Reported

novel coronavirus Covid-19 HumboldtPress release from Humboldt County Public Health:

Humboldt County Public Health reported 68 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing to 9,293 the total number of residents who have tested positive for the virus.

As of Tuesday, Humboldt County Public Health and other local vaccinators have administered a total of 158,334 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. Local vaccination data has been updated on the Humboldt County Data Dashboard (humboldtgov.org/dashboard). Highlights include:

  • Since the last weekly report on Oct. 21, 918 vaccine doses have been administered and 475 additional residents have completed their vaccine series.
  • A total of 79,397 residents, or nearly 67% of the vaccine-eligible population age 12 and older, are fully vaccinated.
  • Just over 73% of the vaccine-eligible population has received at least one dose.

Based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance, completion of the vaccine series offers the highest protection against severe disease, hospitalization and death. People who remain partially vaccinated, about 5% of Humboldt County residents, are strongly encouraged to complete the vaccination series to achieve full protection.

An advisory committee of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) voted yesterday to recommend emergency use authorization of the Pfizer vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 years old. An advisory panel for the CDC will meet next week to review and discuss the recommendations. In a news conference today, California Department of Public Health (CDPH) officials said they anticipate rolling out vaccine to this age group as early as next week.

The CDPH has also recommended that all eligible residents who are at increased risk for hospitalization and severe COVID-19 disease should get a Pfizer or Moderna booster at least six months after their second dose. The CDPH also recommended that adults who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should get a booster if it has been two months since their first dose.

The CDPH guidance states that people who are eligible may receive a single dose of any of the available COVID-19 vaccines as a “mix-and-match” booster dose following the completion of a different primary vaccine series. For more information about the state’s booster recommendations and guidance, read the COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Questions & Answers page.

Boosters are being offered at all Public Health vaccination clinics. Appointments are not required but are recommended due to an increase in demand for additional doses and boosters. Sign up in advance at MyTurn.ca.gov. For instructions in English and Spanish on how to use My Turn, go to humboldtgov.org/VaccineInfo.

Vaccines are widely available at local pharmacies. To check the availability of a specific vaccine or booster, visit the vaccines.gov page, or text a ZIP code to 438829 to locate a nearby pharmacy offering vaccines.

Public Health officials are recommending residents, particularly those who are unvaccinated, to get tested if they are experiencing symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for the virus. Testing is available through OptumServe seven days a week at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka and at mobile sites throughout the county most weekdays. For more information about testing, go to humboldtgov.org/covidtestregistration.

Due to the increasing use of at-home tests for COVID-19, Public Health recommends residents report positive test results so transmission of the virus in the community can be better identified.

Those with a positive at-home test for COVID-19 should isolate and notify their close contacts to limit the spread of disease. False positive test results are unlikely when an antigen test is used according to the manufacturer’s instructions, according to the CDC’s antigen testing guidance page. Public Health officials stress that positive at-home test results should be reported to a health care provider or to Public Health if there is no provider.

Individuals who require documentation of test results for employment or travel may get PCR testing through Public Health or their health care providers. PCR follow-up testing for an at-home rapid test is most accurate 24 to 48 hours after an initial at-home positive test. For more information, visit the Humboldt County Home-Testing FAQ, or call the Joint Information Center at 707-441-5000.

The county’s vaccination and testing services are available free of charge. Residents who receive their first or second dose of vaccine at a Public Health office in Eureka, Willow Creek or Garberville can choose a $25 Renner Petroleum or Coming Attractions Theatres gift card. Incentives are offered on a first-come, first-served basis at those locations only.

See the schedule below for specific vaccination and testing clinic dates, times, locations and available services:

Arcata — Thursday, Oct. 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Arcata Veterans Building (1425 J St.)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson/Moderna
PCR and rapid testing available

Petrolia — Friday, Oct. 29, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Mattole Resource Center (167 Sherman St.)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson/Moderna
PCR and rapid testing available

Honeydew — Friday, Oct. 29, 3:15 to 5:15 p.m.
Honeydew Elementary School (1 Wilder Ridge Road)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson/Moderna
PCR and rapid testing available

McKinleyville — Saturday, Oct. 30, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Church of the Joyful Healer (1944 Central Ave.)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson/Moderna
PCR and rapid testing available

Eureka — Monday, Nov. 1, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Closed from noon to 1 p.m.
Public Health Main Office (529 I St.)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson/Moderna
No testing available
$25 gift card for those receiving a first or second dose

Willow Creek — Tuesday, Nov. 2, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed from noon to 1 p.m.
Public Health Office (77 Walnut Way)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson/Moderna
PCR and rapid testing available
$25 gift card for those receiving a first or second dose

Garberville — Wednesday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed from noon to 1 p.m.
Public Health Office (727 Ceder St.)
Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson/Moderna
PCR and rapid testing available
$25 gift card for those receiving a first or second dose

Pfizer is authorized for those 12 and older, and Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are authorized for people age 18 and older. County residents age 16 and 17 can receive a vaccination at a Public Health clinic without a parent or guardian physically present as long as they have a signed consent form. Children under 16 still must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.

View the Data Dashboard online at humboldtgov.org/dashboard, or go to humboldtgov.org/DashboardArchives to download data from a previous time.

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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E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
30 days ago

So 288 tests 68 confirmed. That works out to a 23.1111111111111111 positivity rate. That’s a lot of ones! Another fun fact: 60.27% of females have been vaccinated. 56.16% of males have been vaccinated. So women are smarter than men..

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Mega me
Mega me
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

More women have been infected with covid than men. What’s that mean mr.logic guy?

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Mega me

To be clear concerning the below comment. There is no correlation between skin color and intelligence…….

lol
lol
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Disgusting sexism. No form of bigotry should be allowed here. According to your flawed reasoning whites are smarter than blacks.

lol
lol
30 days ago
Reply to  lol

To be clear,I know you were joking. I forgot the /s. Nothing is over the line if the intent is humor, right?

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
30 days ago
Reply to  lol

Who said I was joking TalentSmart has tested the emotional intelligence of more than a million people and it’s clear that women have the upper hand. While women’s overall EQ score is just a couple of points higher than men’s, this is a statistically significant difference that shows that women have greater skill in using emotions to their benefit
https://www.forbes.com/sites/travisbradberry/2016/06/21/why-women-are-smarter-than-men/?sh=7f5d28f817e6

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Hotcoffee
Hotcoffee
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Intelligence

Intelligence has been defined in many ways: the capacity for abstraction, logic, understanding, self-awareness, learning, emotional knowledge, reasoning, planning, creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving. And more.

Wikipedia

Very few people are good at every aspect of intelligence but click bait is amusing.

Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
28 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

They needed a study to show women can be manipulative?

rollin
rollin
30 days ago
Reply to  lol

……..in the fantasyland of the liberal. And nor is their any difference between men and women. In fact, today I identify as a woman and demand to be called Rollina. Liberalism is a mental disorder!

citizenfreepress.com/column-2/insanity-from-the-pronoun-olympics/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener nofollow ugc”>I have no words for this… – CITIZEN FREE PRESS

Farce
Farce
30 days ago
Reply to  rollin

Today I identified as a woman who was actually really wanting to be a man. I made everybody call me Mr. Farce-a-lina. If they didn’t then they were sexist homophobic trans-bashers who must love Trump and Hitler. It’s obvious!!

Lone Ranger
Lone Ranger
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Fun fact, almost 2 years of covid, planes , games, weddings, auctions, shows , concerts, convention s , and unvaccinated and still alive, it’s a miracle. How about them fuel prices, big jump coming next month .

Willie Caos-Mayham
Willie Caos-Mayham (@chosundkopererletzung)
29 days ago
Reply to  Lone Ranger

🕯🌳And we all know who your blaming even though he has nothing to do with the prices. Bud.🖖🖖

Local Farmer
Local Farmer
29 days ago

The president has a lot to do with inflation. Inflation effects the price. That being said, Trump and Biden have both massively added to inflation with their tax breaks and “bailouts ” for the rich and large corporations.
Saying the presidents policies don’t effect prices is being ignorant of the reality.

Willie Caos-Mayham
Willie Caos-Mayham (@chosundkopererletzung)
29 days ago
Reply to  Local Farmer

🕯🌳But what has Biden done but try to repair Trump’s fuck ups. Its Trump’s trade wars that sent everything into a downward spiral. Open your eyes. It’s the Saudis that control the barrel prices not Biden. 🖖🖖

Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
28 days ago

Our last President didn’t need you to defend him. Just saying.

Lone Ranger
Lone Ranger
29 days ago

Let’s go Brandon, I think the world blames him for everything lol, laughing stalk of the century

Skitty
Skitty
29 days ago
Reply to  Lone Ranger

Let’s go Brandon. The next Gop “talking point “ because they have no policies. Crack me up.
But you didn’t vote for Trump. 😂 What a comedian!!

Lone Ranger
Lone Ranger
29 days ago
Reply to  Skitty

How’s that 5 dollar gas skitty, or you still denying it? 6 dollar a gallon coming to a station near you, thanks to Bidens Green policies. He has said all along, only way to go green is to price people out of fossil fuels. He openly admits to pushing fuel up.

Jim Brickley
Jim Brickley
28 days ago
Reply to  Lone Ranger

Still cheaper than Milk!

Hotcoffee
Hotcoffee
29 days ago
Reply to  Lone Ranger

👍

Thirdeye
Thirdeye
29 days ago
Reply to  Lone Ranger

I remember a story called “Jack and the Laughing Stalk.” Crack me up.

Lone Ranger
Lone Ranger
29 days ago
Reply to  Thirdeye

Bring on 7 bucks a gallon, it’s affects will open everyone’s eyes. Then the hard working class will all be saying let’s go brandon. And seniors on fixed incomes will be say let’s go brandon. Joe is headed down a bad path , his party is in some serious trouble, crack me up. People hated rump so bad they shot themselves in the foot. Just got to sit back and watch now.

Guest
Guest
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Females live longer too.

Fndrbndr
Fndrbndr
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

84% is the California average. Glad it’s over.

C JD
C J (@disqus_jmplgn2ci7)
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-05-12/latino-and-black-californians-less-likely-to-have-received-covid-19-vaccine

Uh oh, apparently it’s not the “evil” maga people who are refusing the not covid vaccine.

Skitty
Skitty
29 days ago
Reply to  C J

A lot of Latinos voted for Trump (MAGA) in the last election. Look at Florida you might be surprised at the percentages.

C JD
C J (@disqus_jmplgn2ci7)
29 days ago
Reply to  Skitty

Not in the amount these numbers would need otherwise Brandon would never have “won”.

Thirdeye
Thirdeye
29 days ago
Reply to  C J

There’s plenty of stupidity to go around.

Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
28 days ago
Reply to  C J

No, they are all evil maga people now who no longer deserve to earn a living or participate in society. Watch.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
30 days ago

Here is a recent Dr Fauci interview, that proves what everyone has been saying about him..
.
https://www.theonion.com/we-ask-dr-fauci-about-what-hes-planning-for-the-next-p-1847931931

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Onlooker
Onlooker
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Please tell me that you know that The Onion is a satire site.

Guest
Guest
30 days ago
Reply to  Onlooker

Oh he knows.

Farce
Farce
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Is it true that next he is going to torture to death poodle puppies for science? I mean…it’s for science so it’s all good…

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
30 days ago
Reply to  Farce

Luckily one of the Beagles managed to escape Tunisia before being sent to the lab.. Incredibly he flew the 3,565.8 km, crossing 3 countries to return to his birthplace in the British Isles, to be reunited with his mother at the Kent Beagle breeding farm where he was born, arriving late last night. A memorial service will be held for his brothers and sisters at a later date

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Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
28 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

I see you’ve found the humor in this. Such optimism.

Fndrbndr
Fndrbndr
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

You mean Tony the torturer!

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Fndrbndr

“NIAID did not support this specific research shown in the images of the beagles being circulated,” the agency said in a statement. “NIAID has funded a separate project involving the study of a vaccine to prevent leishmaniasis, a serious parasitic disease transmitted by sand flies that poses a threat in particular to U.S. troops and other personnel, as well as U.S. military dogs, in areas where the disease is endemic.” The NIAID said their funding went to a separate study where 12 dogs were given an experimental vaccine at a research lab in Tunisia and then “let out in an enclosed open space during the day” in area of the country that is susceptible to leishmaniasis. The NIAID grant for the study ended in July, the agency said. “The goal of the research was to determine if the experimental vaccine prevented the dogs from becoming infected in a natural setting. Developing a vaccine to prevent leishmaniasis is an important research goal,” NIAID said. -But people don’t want to know the TRUTH-
This all reminds me of the Frankenstein movie, the villagers with their torches and pitchforks, storming out ” get the monster!, get the monster!”
Read more at: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/politics-government/article255267996.html#storylink=cpy

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E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

“Conspiracy theories are the refuge of the disempowered” -Roger Cohen-
Rand Paul and the rest of the crazies can calm down now.

Last edited 29 days ago by E=mc2
Smallfry
Smallfry
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Yeahhh.. but NO. Natural setting?? I don’t think so.. a natural setting would be a walk on the beach with a few piña colada’s and peanut butter puppy snacks… You don’t throw the poor dog in a Bikini while torturing it and pretend it’s “at the beach”.. Sounds more like Beagle Guantanamo!!!

Incidentally, The reason they use Beagles is because of their domicile nature. Isn’t that lovely? And btw.. it isn’t just sand fleas these pups are subject to, it’s Pesticide, Herbicides, they are cut open and stuffed with dangerous substances, skin grafted. These labs are regular shops of horror. Any person who would treat their doggie friends like that would be arrested and charged with serious crimes. And it’s not just a few “pups”.. many of these labs cage 100’s of Animals at a time.

It’s seriously monstrous what they do to these sweet little Beagles. Incidentally, that might make an interesting sequel to the Frankenstein series.. Frankensteins Beagle!!
Starring Dr. Fauci..

‘It’s a perfect night for mystery and horror. The air itself is filled with monsters.’ Frankenstein’s Bride.

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E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Smallfry

Natural settings? No where in the article does it say natural setting. This is part of the problem, people seeing what they want to see not what is there. FYI peanut butter puppy snacks were tested on lab animals before being put on the market. So you are involved. For shame…..
I

Last edited 29 days ago by E=mc2
Smallfry
Smallfry
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

“The goal of the research was to determine if the experimental vaccine prevented the dogs from becoming infected in a **NATURAL ** setting. Developing a vaccine to prevent leishmaniasis is an important research goal,” NIAID said

Read much?

No shame for peanut butter snacks here. The shame is the strange things that have been done to the poor peanut to warp it so terribly that there would be a need to torture Beagles for it.. I feel bad for the Peanut and the Beagle both are equally SCREWED!!

So at this point the peanut snacks are just good natural old fashioned Natural Anti Depressants.. Yummy..Want one? .. it’s for the Beagles..

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Smallfry

The NIAD did not mention Beagles, just said dogs. Or did I miss that also. You are missing the whole point of the thing, what people think happened and what actually happened is 2 different things. It turned into the proverbial witch hunt. No offense to witches.
If you are that serious in your beliefs you can go to the PETA web site and make a donation. And while you are here you are welcome to make a donation to Redheaded Blackbelt

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Smallfry
Smallfry
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Orr.. More specifically donate to White Coat Waste Project.. who have put this story to the surface. Also..Redhead Blackbelt for continuous rigorous reporting!! Thanks Ms Kym. Never cease to Amaze! Butt..Fauci himself has Beagles in his labs that are experimented on.. I suppose it’s larger problem with the dark side of the medical profession, than just Fauci’s cruel use and funding of it. But this project was inherently cruel .. In 2016, the researchers strapped sand flies to beagles at the NIAID lab in Bethesda, Maryland, allowing them to feed on the dogs for 22 months, according to the White Coat Waste Project.. 22 MONTHS!!! And is wasn’t the only one.. The White Coat Waste Project also revealed that close to $1.68million was spent on experiments on a total of 44 beagles at Sri International in Menlo Park, California, in which the puppies received cordectomies and were force-fed drugs before being killed and dissected WTAF!! That’s horrible! This is the guy the nation is going to trust to force this experimental Vaccine to Children?? Who generally have few problems with COVID? Yeah Fauci should resign. But he would probably be just be replaced with another torturous corporate compliant Dr. Uggg.… Read more »

A.D
A. (@disqus_xf7fds30vg)
29 days ago
Reply to  Smallfry

Thanks.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Smallfry

The statement, from White Coat Waste’s “about us” webpage, is filled with misinformation. Animal studies are highly regulated and vast amounts of information are available to the public. In fact, White Coat Waste often uses (or misuses) this data in crafting arguments to criticize science. Yea I believe everything they say.

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Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  Smallfry

In your wealthy world it may be all a “few piña colada’s and peanut butter puppy snacks” but for the poorer countries, it sleeping in their houses or outside on the ground. Leishmaniases infects about a million people a year- mostly poor and unaware. What these researchers were looking to find was a way of not only treating infection but preventing it in a way that is affordable for very poor people.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

Careful don’t mention helping poor folk, they will start labeling you a Socialist or worse a Communist. Remember they keep a torch and pitchfork by the door in case they have to chase monsters

spam
spam
30 days ago

How many were vaccinated? Do we know?

Mega me
Mega me
30 days ago

A Pfizer rep said today

“ These are phenomenal results. Our internal studies have proven a microscopic benefit to an even more microscopic risk to children”

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Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  Mega me

Yeah. Direct from the Babylon Bee, a conservative satire blog. You should give them credit.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

Stop plagiarism!

Mega me
Mega me
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

Yeah it’s a fucking joke an anybody with half a brain can see that , lighten up.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Mega me

I got attacked for posting a Onion article without mentioning their name. And was told to give credit. So yes it’s required

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Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

The trick is to make sure the
‘The Onion’ article is of sufficient length so that the credit ends up in the “read more” section, so as to be more confusing.

Last edited 29 days ago by Guest
Misguidedyouth
Misguidedyouth
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Attacked? You really need to get off the comment section for a bit.. may do ya good

Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
28 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

The logo wasn’t a tipoff? And you call yourself informed.

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
29 days ago
Reply to  Mega me

I don’t think that is the joke.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
30 days ago

An affordable antidepressant has been found in a clinical trial to reduce the risk of hospitalization in high-risk adults with recently diagnosed COVID-19, according to a study published in The Lancet Global Health. Of course it was probably developed using animal testing so we probably shouldn’t use it.
https://thehill.com/regulation/healthcare/578843-antidepressant-found-to-reduce-covid-19-hospitalizations-study

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E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2
Mega me
Mega me
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Part of the process of making antidepressants requires puppy faces to be devoured by sand flies in a laboratory ?
Huh, guess you learn something new everyday.

Last edited 30 days ago by Mega me
E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
30 days ago
Reply to  Mega me

In these experiments, animals are forced to eat or inhale substances, or have them rubbed onto their skin or injected into their bodies. The animals are then subjected to further monitoring and testing before almost always being killed, so that researchers can look at the effects on their tissues and organs. Just as long as they aren’t puppies….

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Thirdeye
Thirdeye
29 days ago
Reply to  Mega me

I’m so happy to see all these smiling feces.

rollin
rollin
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

So now Fluvoxamine is good but it wasn’t a month ago when I promoted it with other known, beneficial therapeutics (HCQ,IVM)? I’m sure you’ll change your mind when the herd inexplicably shifts directions: four shots gooo-ooood, two shots baaa-aaad.

Farce
Farce
30 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Yeah well maybe obese people should just lose some weight before we justify torturing the hell out of whatever we deem convenient for science. Boom.

Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  Farce

The people who get most of the diseases that involve such research are not fat- they are desperately poor.

Mega me
Mega me
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

I see a lot of fat people on welfare in this country that’s for sure

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
29 days ago
Reply to  Mega me

Survival of the fattest

farmer
farmer
25 days ago
Reply to  ILoveplants

Most poor people fill up on processed foods that are easy to make because it’s affordable and there isn’t much time or energy to make dinner after working all day. They generally choose grain heavy food. These are monocropped and sprayed with glyphosate herbicide. It has been shown that when people eat these foods they have a higher risk for cancer, their gut microbiology gets messed up, and they develop non alcoholic fatty liver disease which leads to obesity and often times food allergies from toxic build up of herbicide and pesticide.Tell me this if you had children to feed would you go spend your $100 in food stamps at the farmers market to get a few heads of lettuce kale and eggs or would you get something high in calories that will keep your kids from being hungry? They don’t want us to be healthy because we wouldn’t have to spend our money on prescriptions and health related expenses

Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
28 days ago
Reply to  Mega me

They’re not desperately poor

rollin
rollin
30 days ago

So does this give anybody pause or are the zombies in the vaccine cult still shuffling around muttering: get the jab?

nationalfile.com/fda-committee-members-reviewing-pfizer-vaccine-for-children-have-worked-for-pfizer-have-big-pfizer-connections/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener nofollow ugc”>FDA Committee Members Reviewing Pfizer Vaccine For Children Have Worked For Pfizer, Have Big Pfizer Connections – National File

Does this statement move the needle at all? Jus curious- ” We Won’t Know How Safe The Pfizer Vaccine For Kids Will Be Until We Start Giving It to Them”.

Pardon Me
Pardon Me
30 days ago
Reply to  rollin

We won’t know what’s in the bill until we pass it. -Nancy Pelosi

Hotcoffee
Hotcoffee
29 days ago
Reply to  Pardon Me

Just pass it and we’ll write it later, Brandon has people in Scotland to impress.

Jean Lopez
Jean Lopez
30 days ago
Reply to  rollin

For those who missed it last April, here is the full interview with Dr. Michael Yeadon, former VP and Chief Science Officer at Pfizer. Please, please, for the love of God and your own life, watch this. Then if you still want to take the vaccines and/or boosters, you will at least be making an informed decision. If you think it’s bogus, then presumably you need to watch it so that you can properly and honestly debunk it, right? odysee.com/@PlanetLockdown:6/Michael-Yeadon-full-interview:8

Willie Caos-Mayham
Willie Caos-Mayham (@chosundkopererletzung)
29 days ago
Reply to  rollin

🕯🌳Ooo scary man stay away from him.🖖🖖

Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  rollin

As usual, conspiracy anti vaxxers cherry pick words to only to spin it. They are totally uninterested in facts. As for context, well that of no importance to them at all. The context of that is conveniently left out. It is tantamount to lying.

What the context is that some complications from vaccination are so rare that even large studies are not large enough to catch them. It’s not until millions of shots are given that enough people have such reactions to find any at all.

Mega me
Mega me
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

Yeah it’s kind of like finding any deaths from covid in the 0-17 range unless you infect millions of them first

rollin
rollin
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

“complications from vaccination are so rare that even large studies are not large enough to catch them.”

Derrp! Except their were no large studies. Do you ever get tired of being wrong?

Here’s some more FDA words regarding boosters that I suppose are “taken outta context” in the eyes of the vaccine cult.

As the WSJ reported:

“It’s more a gut feeling rather than based on really truly serious data,” said Patrick Moore,

A.R.T.
30 days ago

There is no such thing hing as fully vaccinated, annual or via annual boosters will be suggested then demanded. Kinda strange that you need a booster every six months when health officer Hoffman claims that vaccine immunity is life long. How the story changes. Like three months ago the vaccines were touted to be 90%+ effective granting immunity and stopping transmission. Now health officer Hoffman openly states that you can still get and spread Covid while fully jabbed. The only claimed benefit is that symptoms are less severe, I would love if Hoffman could actually provide peer reviewed research to back his claims up. If symptoms are less in the fully vaccinated, to what extent. It really hard to believe anything Hoffman says in regards to covid vaccine effectiveness in preventing death, this is primarily because of the deceptive manner vaccinated deaths are counted. Per CDC guidelines someone with only one shot of Moderna or Phizer who dies is marked as an unvaccinated death. Additionally anyone with two shots of either of those or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson who dies before 14 days after the final shot is marked as an unvaccinated death. It is extremely carless… Read more »

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Slink
Slink
30 days ago
Reply to  A.R.T.

“Two weeks to stop the spread!” Remember that one? How we doing? Been two weeks yet?

GrumpyOldGuyD
GrumpyOldGuy (@cantina_dude)
29 days ago
Reply to  Slink

2 weeks to flatten the curve was the answer……

Lock down for just one month is the answer……

Masks and social distancing is the answer……

Harder lock downs are clearly the answer……

Staying away from friends and family for the holidays is the right answer…..

Now the vaccination is the answer….

Another booster vaccination is the answer….

More vaccinations are the answer….

Things is now, that a lot of people aren’t buying what they’re selling anymore……

Root4America
Root4America
29 days ago
Reply to  GrumpyOldGuy

Jump on the train, we are booked, so we are going with the retro box car motif, and you can experience the same shit that dumb mother fockers fell for almost 80 years ago. Step right up, step right up. We lie ,you buy.
If you keep buying, we keep lying.

Just take a look at the economic indicators, you’ve been lied to, and weve been here watching in amazement as they keep jumping into the box cars for fear of missing out.

This was always about getting control of your kids, and if your kids think woke is cool, get them vaccinated asap.

You’ll thank me later.

Ernie Branscomb
Ernie Branscomb
29 days ago
Reply to  Root4America

Please click “More” at the bottom of the page NOW or this will not paragraph correctly and be worthless. By me, and shamefully cherrypicked off the web. In 1952 the first effective polio vaccine was developed by Jonas Salk. On February 23, 1954, a group of children from Arsenal Elementary School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, receive the first injections of the new polio vaccine developed by Dr. Jonas Salk. In April 1955 more than 200 000 children in five Western and mid-Western USA states received a polio vaccine in which the process of inactivating the live virus proved to be defective. Within days there were reports of paralysis and within a month the first mass vaccination programme against polio had to be abandoned. Subsequent investigations revealed that the vaccine, manufactured by the California-based family firm of Cutter Laboratories, had caused 40 000 cases of polio, leaving 200 children with varying degrees of paralysis and killing 10. in 1963 the U.S. Surgeon General recommended licensing of Sabin’s OPV, which combined vaccinations against all three types of polio.. 1963, For four years, researcher Albert Sabin partnered with health officials from the Soviet Union to produce a more affordable alternative. More than 10 million children received his oral polio… Read more »

Root4America
Root4America
29 days ago

Ernie, have you ever heard of Mr Saulks book, survival of the wisest?

Wonder why it’s 2600$ on Amazon?

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2621481-the-survival-of-the-wisest#

Here’s a succinct review.

“Summary: genocide is good when we do it.”

Root4America
Root4America
29 days ago

Ernie, have you ever heard of Dr. Salks book, survival of the wisest? Wonder why it’s 2600$ on Amazon? https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2621481-the-survival-of-the-wisest# Here’s a succinct review. “Summary: genocide is good when we do it.” Imagine those scientists and doctors who rationalize their belief in a higher order of intelligence, and look at the general population as a petri dish to experiment with. The genius mindset has been shown throughout his story to had borderline sociopathic tendencies. Hot coffee linked to it earlier, but it must not be overlooked Unethical Human Experiments is a FACT, and With all due respect, your generation was of a much more simple mind when it came to trust in authority. What happened to your revolution in the 60s/70s? It was neutered live in television with the assassination of JFK, MLK,RFK, and countless others who were demanding an end to war, violence and injustice. Access to information for the sons and daughters of the boomers have given us a different perspective on power, and those who are in control. The key is that the behavior that connects all the wrong done in our name, can be traced back to one simple operating system. The human behavior that has… Read more »

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  Root4America

Two weeks to prolong the duration.

Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
28 days ago
Reply to  Slink

We’re all in this together. Now shut up.

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
29 days ago

ROLLIN CAN’T.

MEGA CAN’T.

FARCE CAN’T.

ULLR CAN’T.

NO ONE CAN.

10 names of Americans killed by Covid vaccine.

sorryantivaxxer.com

rollin
rollin
29 days ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

I own an invisible unicorn. Prove I don’t.

EFOX CAN’T

MEGA CAN’t

ULLR CAN’T

You still don’t even grasp the ridiculousness of your own arguments yet you swear your as smart as a fox. Still unfarmiliar with Bradford Hill criteria huh? Thought so.

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
29 days ago
Reply to  rollin

You must prove your claims are true, otherwise it is likely to be false.

Like your unicorn and vaccine death stories.

rollin
rollin
29 days ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

“You must prove your claims are true,”

When a 15-year-old, healthy boy inexplicably dies of a heart attack two days after a shot, the onus is on the medical establishment to prove the claim that it was NOT vaccine related. That is the standard, with good reason.

When there are thousands of healthy, young people inexplicably dying shortly after the shot, from similar causes, it becomes obvious to anyone but a moron that there is a problem.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  rollin

Put your money where your mouth is. If you can prove I am TRB, or TRB is me, I get the 2 mixed up, I will donate $101 to Redheaded Blackbelt. If not you have to. I am sure Ms Kemp could verify a donation. If not just post the email you receive thanking you. You can redact pertinent information. Good luck and you can kiss that $101 goodbye. I made it $101 in case she has a $100 donor, some rich cannabis farmer or something. FYI. Edward Fox is my birth name…

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rollin
rollin
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

You are asking me to prove the unprovable. Huh, kinda like Brian asking me to prove the unprovable (that people dying after the shot were related incidences).

And like Brian, you constantly kiss Kym’s ass panhandling for donations, making arguments with nothing but wiki links, and posting all day and night.

All that said it’s completely possible you are not him. It is not possible, however, for such a grossly exaggerated VAERS report to be nothing but happenstance.

Root4America
Root4America
29 days ago
Reply to  rollin

Just think about the stapler guy in the movie office space

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

Are you still waiting for someone to challenge you to name 10 Covid19 victims that you have at the ready?

Did the ten Covid19 victims, you are so ready and raring to name, have no comorbidities?

Just wondering…

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
29 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Does that mean they don’t exist? This is from the uk:

“ According to latest Yellow Card data, between 9 December 2020 and 8 September 2021, 1,645 people died shortly after being vaccinated against Covid.”

https://www.theweek.co.uk/

I surmise that they are keeping this data from us to avoid panic and hysteria

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
29 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Thank you for providing the correct link. I just realized I must have pasted the wrong link, but that IS the article I was referring.
Sure, when it’s deaths FROM the vaccine, they are scrutinized. Things like co morbities as causes come into play.
When it’s deaths FROM covid, we are told that everyone has comorbities and that they have no merit. This is just my observation.

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
29 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Jessica berg Wilson-September 7 2021, making her the 4th person in the us to die FROM the vaccine. She had no co morbidities:

“The public health agencies did not publicly identify the woman, but an obituary placed in The Oregonian describes a 37-year-old Seattle woman, Jessica Berg Wilson, who died on Sept. 7 from “COVID-19 vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia.” According to her obituary, Wilson, a Portland native, had no underlying health conditions.

Wilson was “vehemently opposed” to the COVID-19 vaccine, her obituary says. It says her “passion to be actively involved in her children’s education — which included being a Room Mom — was, once again, blocked by government mandate.”

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/king-county-woman-in-late-30s-becomes-first-person-in-washington-to-die-of-jj-vaccine-complication/?amp=1

While I do agree that the vaccine has merit, especially in the weak or old. However, roughly 500 children have died FROM Covid since the beginning, and ALL of them had comorbities. In perspective, 40000 children die every year from injuries. That doesn’t work for me.

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rollin
rollin
29 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

“but since the numbers of those who die of COVID are so much larger than those who die of the vaccine,”

YOU DO NOT KNOW THAT! The number of people who died from the vaccine is unknowable. Long term vaccine effects also unknowable. What is well known is that VAERS is massively underreported to. They are NOT doing ANY relevant investigating into the causes of deaths that are up 5000-FOLD!

If you toss a coin 1000 times and it lands on heads 700 times, somethings wrong. In this case it’s landed on heads 900 times and you and the rest of the vaccine cult just keep whistling past the graveyard (pun intended). It’s sickening!

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
29 days ago
Reply to  rollin

You CAN’T name 3.

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

And your like, “thousands”.

😂😂😂😂😂

Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  ILoveplants

Do you even know what the word “data” means?

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

It’s the thing that runs out on my phone when use the internet too much 😉

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

You have misunderstood me.

Did any of the named deceased you mention have no comorbidities?
And was this proven?

Not a chance.

Of course I did not dispute that 10 Covid19 deaths could be named…

( You forgot to mention TRB’s fave, Herman Cain)

I could have easily done so…

I clearly challenged him to confirm that the 10 Covid19 victims, (that I figured he had at the ready), had no comorbidities…

Can you?

Tell me the names of 10 Covid19 deaths that were proven, (yes, proven), to be co-morbidity free.

That he has presented a conundrum is not that extraordinary.

He has HIPPA on his side.

You both defend this vaccine as if it was your child.

I will repeat,

Name 10 Covid19 victims that had no comorbidities, with proof, beyond a shadow of doubt.

Not saying it’s impossible, just very unlikely either one of you could satisfy that demand.

And to illustrate the ridiculousness of demanding the names of 10 vaccine deaths in the first place.

So, as far as Covid19 deaths absolutely proven to be co-morbidity free are concerned…

“You should be able to name at least three”…

But can you?

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Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  Guest

Really? Over 45% of people in the US have chronic comorbitities. 55% of people over 45 but under 60 have them. Even 20% of people under 20 have them. 90% of people over 80 have them. And since things like getting the flu or having cancer is a co morbidity, everyone can be vulnerable at one time or another. The chances are that you have a co morbidity even if you don’t know it.

Why not just restrict the pool to people who have an “R” in their last name but only if their death occurs on a Tuesday at 1P.m? That would be hard to find. Though not impossible.

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

Exactly.

Now, tell me, 10 names of the people associated with vaccine deaths, whose suspected vaccine related deaths were even properly investigated.

I. Want. The. Names.

10 of them!

(Now do you see how silly his question was?)

Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  Guest

Bluster is not the way out.

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

You missed the “silly” part.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Let me add mental illness to the list which would be considered a comorbidity. 1 in 5 adults in America experience a mental illness. Nearly 1 in 25 (10 million) adults in America live with a serious mental illness. And yes mental illness can effect your bodies ability to fight infection

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Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Exactly.

That’s what I thought.

Not that simple, is it?

But my point was, which seems to be so elusive, was simply to point out that TRB’s question was a totally unreasonable one.

And, acting like those few that were proven to have died from the vaccines somehow completely separates them from the many thousands of others suspected of dying from the vaccines, simply
by assuming all the others died of something else, even though the majority of them were never even properly autopsied or investigated, and then somehow conclude all the other vaccine deaths were normal, is to ignore reality.

Why completely focus on comorbidities as being almost totally at fault on the one hand with vaccinated deaths?,
And then totally discount and deny any significance at all, of comorbidities in the Covid19 deaths, on the other?

It’s totally biased and unbalanced.

Comorbidities need to be given the same weight, on either side of the debate, concerning vaccine deaths, or Covid19 deaths.

Either the comorbidity factor matters in both types of cases of fatalities, or it matters in neither, or it’s an unrealistic comparison.

Rule them out, or rule them in, for both.

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The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
29 days ago
Reply to  Guest

Give me 10 names, I’ll find out the comorbidity blahs blah.

Really, don’t get distracted by irrelevance.

Guest
Guest
28 days ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

No, really, if it can be done, then you do it.

You can’t.

Root4America
Root4America
29 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

“Acting like having comorbidities somehow sets people unreasonably apart from normal is to ignore reality. Almost half of Americans have at least one comorbidity that makes them at risk for contracting and for dying from COVID…almost half (and this excludes residents of nursing homes). ”

Somehow this is simply accepted as a fact of life.

This is the best indicator that we have absolutely lowered the bar on the expectation on health in society, and from which we judge the health and the reason why so many people are susceptible.

Like teaching to the least intelligent child, in the classroom, can have a negative impact on the rest of the class.

Lone Ranger
Lone Ranger
28 days ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Sorry to burst your bubble Kym, I didn’t know any of those people and I don’t know of anyone that has died of covid personally or that have died of the vax. Which makes both a lamedemic, 2 years of millions panicking and no one in my huge circle is dead from COVID-19. Just seen people buy all tp, rush to get vaxxed , rush to get tested repeatedly, chew peoples arses for not getting vaxxed, chew peoples arses for not masking. Maybe just wash our hands and live and help one another. Drama out.

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

Your powers of debate are Galactically unmatched.
Even in the whole Universe…

Seriously though, TRB,

Here is question for you that is along the same lines, and unless YOU can answer it, I propose your question is ridiculous.
Or would it be preposterous?

Here goes, you ready, put your thinking cap on now and really concentrate…

Name 1500 US Presidents.

Ready, begin…

Now, do you think I’m so smart, because you can’t answer it?

Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  Guest

Do you really think that people you allege who died of a vaccine are as fictional as the 1500 US Presidents you used as a counterpoint?

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

No, I think that the people who have possibly died of the vaccine were very real, actually.

Do you really not realize that what I’m trying to say is that TRB already knows that there are very few deaths confirmed by scientific analysis. And he also knows none of those names have been published.

It’s an impossible question.

Using another impossible question as a “counterpoint” is the point.

It’s a question he cannot even answer himself, yet he pats himself on the back profusely, as if it elevates him, because no one else can answer it.

To act as though he has stumped everyone else, therefore, is not only “utterly ridiculous and absurd”, it is the very definition of “preposterous”, along with being
“contrary to reason or common sense”.

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
29 days ago
Reply to  Guest

It is not that the question is impossible, what the question points out is THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF THE STATEMENT it questions.

Your attempts to show otherwise fall flat.

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

If it is not an impossible question, then answer your own question.

You will not. Because you cannot.

Your successful attempt to show otherwise will not materialize.

Add TRB to the list of those that cannot answer the question.

So why ask it?

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
29 days ago
Reply to  Guest

Actually there has been only 1,499 presidents

Guest
Guest
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Name them.

Root4America
Root4America
29 days ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Here’s a possible important point to ponder. Very few presidents were alone in their policy making decisions, and to the effect that you must factor in the silent minority that steers the United States, and much of the world, you could very well list industry leaders and family’s who were influential in shaping every presidents decision, not to mention the 3 branches of government. So an astute researcher could very well name 1500 people more powerful and influential than the 45 Presidents that were s/ elected .

Every question says more about the intelligence and wisdom of those asking the questions.

The real power is rarely shown for what it is, but there are many wiser minds who have written about the power that is deeply in bedded in the fabric of this nation.

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
29 days ago
Reply to  Guest

Rollin thinks he has a Unicorn.

You think we have had 1500 Presidents.

In common, you both think thousands have died from Covid vaccine.

In common, you both provide zero evidence for your allegations.

In common, you expect others to prove your claims true.

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Guest
Guest
28 days ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

You are the one that has provided zero evidence of your assertion, and expected someone else to provide it.

Now you project.

You even stipulated that “no one can”.

That includes you.

And, it’s ridiculous that you say I think their is 1500 residents.

Clearly you misunderstand.

I know their aren’t. That’s the point.

Do you think their are ten named vaccine deaths?

You know their aren’t.

Yet you demand that they are named.

Turn about is fair play.

See the similarities?

Get the picture?

That’s what I was trying to illustrate.

You only deflect from the rationale.

Your question cannot be answered. Not by you.
Not by anyone. And you know it.
It proves nothing.

Posing it settles nothing.

It’s just posing.

Why do you refuse to answer your own question?

Is it too difficult for you?

I challenge you to answer your own question, or to admit it was merely rhetorical.

Entering a world of pain
Entering a world of pain
29 days ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

Damn what a waste of 10 minutes of reading. It’s clear every covid death & vaccine related death were actually motorcycle accidents!

Guest
Guest
29 days ago

Gosh and this whole time I thought that they were all hemophiliacs, that picked their nose, and then bled to death.

But what I still haven’t figured out yet, is if that means they all died of hemophilia, or if they all died from picking their nose.

Hotcoffee
Hotcoffee
29 days ago

SICK: Pfizer adds ingredient used to stabilize heart attack victims in vax for kidsPosted on October 28, 2021 12:20 pm Buried on Page 14 in the Pfizer paperwork submitted to the FDA for the Covid vaccine for children is this disturbing nugget. Vaccine formulation Authorization is being requested for a modified formulation of the Pfizer‑BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. Each dose of this formulation contains 10 μg of a nucleoside-modified messenger RNA (mRNA) encoding the viral spike (S) glycoprotein of SARS-CoV-2 that is formulated in lipid particles and supplied as a frozen suspension in multiple dose vials.To provide a vaccine with an improved stability profile, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for use in children 5-11 years of age uses tromethamine (Tris) buffer instead of the phosphatebuffered saline (PBS) as used in the previous formulation and excludes sodium chloride and potassium chloride. The packaged vials for the new formulation are stored frozen at -90°C to – 60°C. The frozen vials may be thawed and stored at refrigerator at 2°C to 8°C for up to 10 weeks. Tromethamine (Tris) is a blood acid reducer which is used to stabilize people with heart attacks. Here are known side effects: Respiratory depression, local irritation, tissue inflammation, injection… Read more »

Hotcoffee
Hotcoffee
29 days ago
Reply to  Hotcoffee

Google is reportedly looking to form more partnerships with Pfizer and just recently expanded further into the Big Pharma space by signing a deal with with the Big Pharma company Boehringer Ingelheim.

Is this the real reason Google is now censoring all content which claims vaccines are “ineffective or dangerous,” banning doctors who criticize Big Pharma’s shots and purging their search results to hide information on vaccine deaths?

Nooo
Nooo
29 days ago
Reply to  Hotcoffee

Child being treated for covid- which is really in serious trouble? The child afraid of a shot or one needing oxygen to survive?

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Hotcoffee
Hotcoffee
29 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

Anyone seriously ill is a tragedy, child or adult, That does not negate people’s right to have access to information that they can use to make informed decisions, for or against, all treatments.

Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
28 days ago
Reply to  Nooo

That’s a doll. Prove it isn’t.

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
29 days ago
Reply to  Hotcoffee

This is disturbing

Hotcoffee
Hotcoffee
29 days ago
Reply to  ILoveplants

Seems like an admission that they expected problems because of prior issues to me.
Therefore, making this jab a new experiment, trying to get rid of prior problems.

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C JD
C J (@disqus_jmplgn2ci7)
29 days ago

Dr. Eric Rubin from the FDA panel who voted to permit covid shots for kids:

“It really is going to be a question of what the prevailing conditions are,” Rubin said. “But we’re never going to learn about how safe this vaccine is unless we start giving it. That’s just the way it goes.”

https://clarion.causeaction.com/2021/10/27/doctor-on-fda-panel-says-only-way-to-learn-about-covid-vaccine-effects-in-children-is-to-start-giving-it/

If you don’t like the particular link, search up the quote and find a site to your preferred bias, it’s a direct quote from him

Craig
Craig
29 days ago

Now that the number of covid shot(s) has been upped by one more, I’m really even more adamant about not getting vaccinated.