COVID-19 'Pandemic'

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Well welll well, would YOU take The needle from these GENOCIDAL DOPE GANGSTERS? I know some ( scared of the dark) people who jumped right on them.

During the pandemic, another devastating health crisis was growing​

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Opioid overdose deaths rose 30% last year, making 2020 the year with the highest number of overdose deaths ever recorded in the US, according to the CDC. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on this health crisis that continued to plague the US amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Source: CNN

Bang them J and J deth needles in ya and make sure you nail the children too, eh?
;)
People are ODing on fentanyl not Johnson and Johnson
 
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Patents Prove SARS-CoV-2 Is a Manufactured Virus​

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Fact Checked

STORY AT-A-GLANCE​

  • Hundreds of patents show SARS-CoV-2 is a manmade virus that has been tinkered with for decades. Much of the research was funded by the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) under the direction of Dr. Anthony Fauci, and may have been an outgrowth of attempts to develop an HIV vaccine
  • In 1999, Fauci funded research at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to create “an infectious replication-defective coronavirus” specifically targeted for human lung epithelium. This appears to be the virus that became known as SARS-CoV
  • U.S. Patent 7279327 shows we knew the ACE receptor, the ACE2 binding domain, the S-1 spike protein, and other elements of SARS-CoV-2 were engineered and could be synthetically modified using gene sequencing technologies
  • The CDC holds patents to a SARS coronavirus that is 89% to 99% identical to the sequence identified as SARS-CoV-2, as well as the PCR test to diagnose it
  • 120 patents detail supposed “unique” features of SARS-CoV-2: the polybasic cleavage site, the spike protein and the ACE2 binding, proving it’s not a novel virus at all
In a January 2021 lecture, Jonathan Latham, Ph.D., introduced the term "the pandemic virus industrial complex," to describe the academic, military and commercial complexes that are driving the pandemic agenda and obscuring facts that indicate SARS-CoV-2 is a manmade virus.
In the video above, David E. Martin, Ph.D., introduces shocking evidence that SARS-CoV-2 is indeed a manmade bioweapon, and has been in the works for decades. Much of this research was funded by none other than the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) under the direction of Dr. Anthony Fauci.



People are ODing on fentanyl not Johnson and Johnson


looks for proof in post and only sees a sleepy person.
LOL

Prescription Opioid Overdose Death Maps​

In 2019, an average of 38 people died each day from overdoses involving prescription opioids, totaling more than 14,000 deaths.1 While prescription opioids were involved in over 28% of all opioid overdose deaths in 2019, there was a nearly 7% decrease in prescription opioid-involved death rates from 2018 to 2019.

oh look: the CDC.....^AND....it has gone UP 30% from there in the last year and a half.

So I call Bullshit. opiates pills aren't fentanyl are they"." 26 BILLION dollars in fines sure proves YOU wrong. maybe you should go back to reading the sun. beside you think doctors don't prescribe fentanyl and THAT doesn't kill people? That's how my crippled step brother died. BUB. After they wouldn't increase the dosage due to the DOCTOR's misunderstanding of the tolerance curve, he committed suicide to escape the pain. No FAKENEWS PCR test about that either.

Wow man, geez. and you put alex jones down? wow sleepy lied about THAT lawsuit too. Is that what this place is all about?
 
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Patents Prove SARS-CoV-2 Is a Manufactured Virus​

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Fact Checked

STORY AT-A-GLANCE​

  • Hundreds of patents show SARS-CoV-2 is a manmade virus that has been tinkered with for decades. Much of the research was funded by the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) under the direction of Dr. Anthony Fauci, and may have been an outgrowth of attempts to develop an HIV vaccine
  • In 1999, Fauci funded research at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to create “an infectious replication-defective coronavirus” specifically targeted for human lung epithelium. This appears to be the virus that became known as SARS-CoV
  • U.S. Patent 7279327 shows we knew the ACE receptor, the ACE2 binding domain, the S-1 spike protein, and other elements of SARS-CoV-2 were engineered and could be synthetically modified using gene sequencing technologies
  • The CDC holds patents to a SARS coronavirus that is 89% to 99% identical to the sequence identified as SARS-CoV-2, as well as the PCR test to diagnose it
  • 120 patents detail supposed “unique” features of SARS-CoV-2: the polybasic cleavage site, the spike protein and the ACE2 binding, proving it’s not a novel virus at all
In a January 2021 lecture, Jonathan Latham, Ph.D., introduced the term "the pandemic virus industrial complex," to describe the academic, military and commercial complexes that are driving the pandemic agenda and obscuring facts that indicate SARS-CoV-2 is a manmade virus.
In the video above, David E. Martin, Ph.D., introduces shocking evidence that SARS-CoV-2 is indeed a manmade bioweapon, and has been in the works for decades. Much of this research was funded by none other than the National Institutes of Allergy and
looks for proof in post and only sees a sleepy person.
LOL

Prescription Opioid Overdose Death Maps​

In 2019, an average of 38 people died each day from overdoses involving prescription opioids, totaling more than 14,000 deaths.1 While prescription opioids were involved in over 28% of all opioid overdose deaths in 2019, there was a nearly 7% decrease in prescription opioid-involved death rates from 2018 to 2019.

oh look: the CDC.....^AND....it has gone UP 30% from there in the last year and a half.

So I call Bullshit. opiates pills aren't fentanyl are they"." 26 BILLION dollars in fines sure proves YOU wrong. maybe you should go back to reading the sun. beside you think doctors don't prescribe fentanyl and THAT doesn't kill people? That's how my crippled step brother died. BUB. After they wouldn't increase the dosage due to the DOCTOR's misunderstanding of the tolerance curve, he committed suicide to escape the pain. No FAKENEWS PCR test about that either.

Wow man, geez. and you put alex jones down? wow sleepy lied about THAT lawsuit too. Is that what this place is all about?
If you're sleepy, take a fucking nap.

Other synthetic opioids (primarily fentanyl) were the main driver of drug overdose deaths with a nearly 14-fold increase from 2012 to 2019.
Figure 2. National Drug-Involved Overdose Deaths by Specific Category—Number Among All Ages, 1999-2019. Overall, drug overdose deaths rose from 2018 to 2019 with 70,630 drug overdose deaths reported in 2019. Deaths involving other synthetic opioids other than methadone (primarily fentanyl) continued to rise with more than 36,359 overdose deaths reported in 2019. Those involving psychostimulants with abuse potential (primarily methamphetamine) also continued to increase (Source: CDC WONDER).

Al Gore must have wrote my article. The graph has a bell curve.
 
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I see that dumbones is still obsessed with me....:ROFLMAO:.....😴

And if we click on your fact check link we get this


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Ripon's hornblowers return to city after 16 months

BBC News
19th July 2021

The new hornblowing team
Keep your blower on you: A team of four hornblowers is tasked with wielding the impressive instrument

After 16 months spent blowing the horn at home, practitioners of an ancient tradition are to return to the streets of a North Yorkshire city.


Hornblowers have been performing their nightly duties in Ripon, near York, for more than 1,000 years.

But its trio of tricorn hat-clad tooters have been broadcasting from their back gardens since last March.

A special ceremony will herald the return of hornblowing and the arrival of the troupe's fourth member.

Known as "setting the watch", the noisy ritual usually takes place around Ripon's Market Square.

Before the pandemic, one of the hornblowers would give their instrument a blast at each corner of the city's obelisk before regaling a rapt audience of up to 90 people with a short history of the area.

They would then walk to the mayor's residence to let him know the night watch had been set.

The tradition is said to date back to 886 AD, when Saxon king Alfred the Great gave Ripon a horn after granting the city a Royal Charter.

His gift led to the appointment of a wakeman - who would patrol the settlement at night and sound the alarm if he saw a potential threat.

Former Ripon Hornblower Cyril Hawley
The tradition is said to date back to Alfred the Great, who urged people to be vigilant and gave a horn to the city as a symbol of it being granted a Royal Charter

Since the first UK-wide lockdown in March 2020, hornblowers Wayne Corbett, Richard Midgely and Allison Clark have performed the ceremony at home.

"We've missed seeing people and doing the ceremony proper," said Ms Clark - the first ever female hornblower, appointed in 2017.

"We've been working from home, ensuring the tradition is maintained, setting the watch from our individual back gardens and posting it live on Facebook.

"We've had a lovely little following of loyal people who have watched us every night online and given us lots of encouragement and support."

Ms Clark said she was "very excited" to return to seeing people "in the flesh".

The pandemic interruption is the first time the tradition has faced such disruption since World War Two, when it was moved to earlier in the evening due to the blackout.

 

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Mark Harper's "It Would Be Outrageous If MPs Were Forced To Undergo A Medical Procedure" Line Helps Us​

 

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Passengers arriving at Pearson Airport may soon be separated into different classes of citizens depending on whether or not they’ve been vaccinated.

Not sure how this will work? My vaccine and other medical history is private and confidential which means that no one but my doctor will know about it. So how can the airlines determine who’s been vaccinated or not? Many of us will just refuse to provide this information for privacy reasons.

International passengers arriving at Toronto Pearson International Airport may now be separated into different lines based on their COVID-19 vaccination status.
Airline Passengers may soon be segregated based on vaccination status
 

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07/21/2021: Lab Alert: Changes to CDC RT-PCR for SARS-CoV-2 Testing​

CDC's Laboratory Outreach Communication System (LOCS)

Audience: Individuals Performing COVID-19 Testing
Level: Laboratory Alert
After December 31, 2021, CDC will withdraw the request to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel, the assay first introduced in February 2020 for detection of SARS-CoV-2 only. CDC is providing this advance notice for clinical laboratories to have adequate time to select and implement one of the many FDA-authorized alternatives.
Visit the FDA website for a list of authorized COVID-19 diagnostic methods. For a summary of the performance of FDA-authorized molecular methods with an FDA reference panel, visit this page.

In preparation for this change, CDC recommends clinical laboratories and testing sites that have been using the CDC 2019-nCoV RT-PCR assay select and begin their transition to another FDA-authorized COVID-19 test. CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses.

Such assays can facilitate continued testing for both influenza and SARS-CoV-2 and can save both time and resources as we head into influenza season. Laboratories and testing sites should validate and verify their selected assay within their facility before beginning clinical testing.


Well whadya freakin knoe.
 
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Passengers arriving at Pearson Airport may soon be separated into different classes of citizens depending on whether or not they’ve been vaccinated.

Not sure how this will work? My vaccine and other medical history is private and confidential which means that no one but my doctor will know about it. So how can the airlines determine who’s been vaccinated or not? Many of us will just refuse to provide this information for privacy reasons.


Airline Passengers may soon be segregated based on vaccination status
It is your right. And you would go in the unvacinated or the line of people without proven vaccination status.
 

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Ripon's hornblowers return to city after 16 months

BBC News
19th July 2021

The new hornblowing team
Keep your blower on you: A team of four hornblowers is tasked with wielding the impressive instrument

After 16 months spent blowing the horn at home, practitioners of an ancient tradition are to return to the streets of a North Yorkshire city.


Hornblowers have been performing their nightly duties in Ripon, near York, for more than 1,000 years.

But its trio of tricorn hat-clad tooters have been broadcasting from their back gardens since last March.

A special ceremony will herald the return of hornblowing and the arrival of the troupe's fourth member.

Known as "setting the watch", the noisy ritual usually takes place around Ripon's Market Square.

Before the pandemic, one of the hornblowers would give their instrument a blast at each corner of the city's obelisk before regaling a rapt audience of up to 90 people with a short history of the area.

They would then walk to the mayor's residence to let him know the night watch had been set.

The tradition is said to date back to 886 AD, when Saxon king Alfred the Great gave Ripon a horn after granting the city a Royal Charter.

His gift led to the appointment of a wakeman - who would patrol the settlement at night and sound the alarm if he saw a potential threat.

Former Ripon Hornblower Cyril Hawley
The tradition is said to date back to Alfred the Great, who urged people to be vigilant and gave a horn to the city as a symbol of it being granted a Royal Charter

Since the first UK-wide lockdown in March 2020, hornblowers Wayne Corbett, Richard Midgely and Allison Clark have performed the ceremony at home.

"We've missed seeing people and doing the ceremony proper," said Ms Clark - the first ever female hornblower, appointed in 2017.

"We've been working from home, ensuring the tradition is maintained, setting the watch from our individual back gardens and posting it live on Facebook.

"We've had a lovely little following of loyal people who have watched us every night online and given us lots of encouragement and support."

Ms Clark said she was "very excited" to return to seeing people "in the flesh".

The pandemic interruption is the first time the tradition has faced such disruption since World War Two, when it was moved to earlier in the evening due to the blackout.

Where’s Hiratio ?
 

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July on track to exceed Canada's pre-India ban numbers on infected international flights
Canada say 287 flights land so far this month, just 15 less than all of April when Canada still accepted flights from India

Author of the article:Bryan Passifiume
Publishing date:Jul 27, 2021 • 12 hours ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation
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With less than a week left in the month, July’s on track to see international arrivals carrying COVID-19 passengers exceed those before Canada banned passenger flights from India.

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Numbers provided by Health Canada and collated by the Toronto Sun show, as of July 26, 272 flights arriving in this country carried passengers infected with COVID-19.


That’s compared to 287 throughout all of April, the month Transport Canada issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) forbidding direct passenger flights from India in response to high numbers of infected passengers arriving on those flights.

Earlier this year, the Sun reported that surge coincided with India’s devastating variant-fuelled second wave of COVID-19, with infected passengers reported on nearly all of the four-daily arrivals from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, peaking at 66 in April before the ban was enacted on the 22nd.

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Passengers from India must now arrive via indirect flights, and must obtain a negative PCR COVID-19 test from their last port of departure before arriving in Canada.

Last week, the Sun reported 161 infected flights had landed this month as of July 20.

Seventy-one of this month’s flights originated in the United States, 34 more since last week.

Flights from Mexico, July’s largest overseas source, now sits at 24 — 17 via Mexico City.

Flights from Amsterdam increased from 13 to 21 over the past seven days, followed by 18 each from Paris and Istanbul, 15 from Morocco, 12 from Frankfurt and 11 from London.

Health Canada doesn’t make public how many passengers on each flight tested positive, instead providing row ranges of where infected passengers sat.

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Canada’s rising numbers of infected arrivals demonstrates the problematic nature of building border policy around pre-departure testing, said Ambarish Chandra, associate professor of economic analysis and policy at the University of Toronto.

“We’re asking people to get tested 72-hours before flying,” he said.

“Assuming they test negative, and even if the test is valid, anytime within that 72-hour window they could pick it up, and therefore test positive.”

He described much of Ottawa’s pandemic border policy as redundant — particularly with vaccinated travellers — and more interested in being reactive over proactive.

“The measures we’ve introduced since January have been extremely blunt,” he said.

“I don’t really think they’re doing all that much to stop spread or reduce cases, I think they’re just designed to give us the appearance of that.”


Top 10 sources of international flights with COVID-19-infected passengers this month, as of July 26
1. United States: 71
2. Mexico: 24
3. Amsterdam: 21
4. Istanbul & Paris: 18
5. Doha: 17
6. Casablanca: 15
7. Frankfurt: 12
8. London: 11
9. Cuba: 9
10. United Arab Emirates: 8
 

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Canada border guards vote to strike days ahead of U.S. border reopening
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Two closed Canadian border checkpoints are seen after it was announced that the border would close to "non-essential traffic" to combat the spread of COVID-19 at the U.S.-Canada border crossing at the Thousand Islands Bridge in Lansdowne, Ont., March 19, 2020.
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VANCOUVER — Canadian border guards and customs officials voted on Tuesday to go on strike just days before fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents will be allowed into Canada, unions representing the workers said, a move that could potentially cause disruptions and hurt businesses emerging out of the pandemic-driven economic downturn.

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A strike would slow down commercial traffic at the land border, the unions said, as well as impact international mail and collection of duties and taxes. But a spokesperson for the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said 90% of employees have been identified as “essential” so will continue to work in the event of a strike.


Last week, Canada announced plans to allow fully vaccinated Americans on Aug. 9, and fully vaccinated international travellers starting on Sept. 7. The border has been shut for non-essential travel for more than 16 months because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Customs and Immigration Union (CIU) said in a joint statement that strike action could begin as soon as Aug. 6 after 8,500 members voted in favour of the action. Contract talks reached an impasse in December 2020, the unions said.

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Prior to the pandemic, tourism was the fifth-largest industry in Canada, contributing $105 billion to the GDP and providing one in ten jobs, according to the Tourism Industry Association of Canada.

Corinne Pohlmann, senior vice president of national affairs for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, said a strike would compound issues faced by small businesses throughout the pandemic – slow shipping times, lack of customers, rising costs.

“It’s not favourable at all for a lot of small businesses relying on either goods coming across the border or people coming across the border,” Pohlmann said, calling the timing of the strike “extremely unfortunate.”

But CIU President Mark Weber told Reuters that the union didn’t plan this strike to coincide with the reopening of the U.S. border, pointing out that the unions began the strike vote “before we even knew what day the borders would be opening on.”

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Weber is still hopeful they’ll be able to make a deal with the federal government without going on strike. Their demands include higher pay, the ability to carry their guns in areas like airports and to address issues of “toxic” workplaces, he said.

The federal government is “disappointed” that PSAC rejected a “fair offer for its members,” but remains “open to returning to the bargaining table at any time,” a government spokesperson said in an emailed statement.

CBSA spokesperson Judith Gadbois-St-Cyr said officers have proven their resilience since the beginning of the pandemic by helping to prevent the spread of the virus and its variants.

“We expect that our officers will continue to fulfill their duties with the highest level of integrity and professionalism.”