COVID-19 'Pandemic'

taxme

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The cost for one day is
$1,100 per day in an acute-care hospital bed.
Compare that to two doses off the vaccine at $37per dose
It doesn't take a genius to do the cost value analysis

How about some data/proof of that bullshyte you're spewing???
And I don't mean one case here and there that the vaccine doesn't protect

Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine costs pennies to produce. It takes a smart person, unlike you, to see that it is cheaper to produce and then take those two drugs to cure covid rather than taking vaccines. Sad for you, you are no where close to ever becoming a genius. You are too asleep and too far gone in that sleepy head of yours for that to happen. 😴

Maybe it is you that is spewing the bullshit here, sleepyhead? :sleep:? If you have been vaccinated then I now know that you are brain dead. I have given many websites here for you to go visit and get the other side of the story, sleepyhead. I have to leave now because talking to you is starting to give me an headache once again. 😞
 

DaSleeper

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Where is your Proof... or do you believe everything your fellow conspiracy nutters like alex jones et al tell you ?
you poor gullible excuse for a human being!
 

petros

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Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine costs pennies to produce. It takes a smart person, unlike you, to see that it is cheaper to produce and then take those two drugs to cure covid rather than taking vaccines. Sad for you, you are no where close to ever becoming a genius. You are too asleep and too far gone in that sleepy head of yours for that to happen. 😴

Maybe it is you that is spewing the bullshit here, sleepyhead? :sleep:? If you have been vaccinated then I now know that you are brain dead. I have given many websites here for you to go visit and get the other side of the story, sleepyhead. I have to leave now because talking to you is starting to give me an headache once again. 😞
Why would you need hydrochlorquine or ivermectin if you had the vaccine? Why wait to get covid to use those two treatments? Do they work 100% of the time?
 
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Why would you need hydrochlorquine or ivermectin if you had the vaccine? Why wait to get covid to use those two treatments? Do they work 100% of the time?
Is the regular oil change in your tractor enough to guarantee 100% reliability?
 
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DaSleeper

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Ask alex jones......................It's not that simple... nothing is what it seems to a conspiracy theorist
They don't believe that sometimes an apple is just an apple!

What a pitiful existence it is to wake up every morning, believing that the whole world is conspiring against you!

don't believe everything you read on the internet and only half of what you see with your own eyes
 
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spaminator

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Canada saw 137 COVID-infected flights in first week of August
Transportation and Health ministers duck questions on why current measures aren't halting steep rise in infected travellers

Author of the article:Bryan Passifiume
Publishing date:Aug 10, 2021 • 6 hours ago • 2 minute read • 24 Comments
A passenger is covered head to toe at the International Arrivals area at Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Tuesday, January 26, 2021.
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More international flights carrying COVID-19 infected passengers landed in the first seven days of August than the entire month of May, according to numbers released by Health Canada.

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And Canada’s health and transportation ministers on Tuesday evaded questions on why current measures aren’t preventing an evident upward trend in infected international travellers.


Between Aug. 1-7, 137 international flights landed carrying passengers who tested positive for COVID-19. Canada recorded 130 such flights in the entire month of May.

This comes after Canada recorded its highest-ever month for infected international arrivals, with the Toronto Sun recording 500 flights landing in July.

That beats April’s previous record of 287 — including 66 flights from India, currently under a passenger flight ban enacted by Transport Canada on April 21.

Since the beginning of this year, passengers must present a recent negative COVID-19 test before boarding Canada-bound flights, and as of April, travellers from India must have a negative test taken in a third country while en route to Canada.

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The United States was Canada’s biggest source of infected passengers during the first week of August, with 46 of last week’s 137 flights originating there.

Fifteen came from Casablanca, about half of July’s total for that city.


The Toronto Sun sent inquires to Health Minister Patty Hajdu and Transportation Minister Omar Alghabra, asking why the system is permitting such a dramatic increase, and if the current order banning direct passenger flights from India will be expanded to include new hotspots.

A statement from Alghabra’s office answered neither question, but reiterated his ministry’s focus on protecting health through evidence and science-based policy, and repeated an often-used claim that Canada has some of the strongest border measures in the world.

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“Thanks to our strong measures, including banning direct flights from hotspots like India and Pakistan, a mandatory 14-day quarantine, and mandatory COVID tests, air travel was down 95%, and less than 1% of COVID-19 transmission was travel-related,” said the statement.

Nobody in government has been able to explain why Pakistan was added, and then subsequently removed, from the flight ban, when Health Canada’s own numbers showed it wasn’t a significant source — only five infected flights originated in Pakistan last month.

Inquires to Hajdu’s office went unacknowledged.

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TOP SOURCES OF COVID-19 INFECTED INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS, AUG. 1-7
(July’s total in parenthesis)
United States, 46 (156)
Casablanca, 15 (32)
Amsterdam, 11 (34)
Frankfurt, 8 (26)
Paris, 8 (36)
London, 6 (18)
Istanbul, 6 (26)
Doha, 5 (25)
 

spaminator

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Study: COVID-19 infection could lead to permanent impotence
Author of the article:postmedia News
Publishing date:Aug 10, 2021 • 8 hours ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation
A vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine to be given to French firefighters on Jan. 8, 2021 in Avignon, France.
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Yet another reason to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Doctors are now saying they suspect the virus can lead to permanent impotence, according to HealthDay News.

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Physicians already know a COVID-19 infection can damage blood vessels, including those that supply blood to a man’s penis.

Researchers found particles of the virus in penile tissue samples from two former COVID-19 patients who became impotent following infection six and eight months earlier according to a study published May 7 in the World Journal of Men’s Health.

And more research led to finding blood vessel damage in their penises compared to two other men with erectile dysfunction who’d never been infected.

“We found that the virus affects the blood vessels that supply the penis, causing erectile dysfunction,” senior researcher Dr. Ranjith Ramasamy, director of the reproductive urology program at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, told HealthDay News.

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“The blood vessels themselves malfunction and are not able to provide enough blood to enter the penis for an erection.”

Ramasamy said organ damage in the lungs, kidneys and brain that’s been found in COVID-19 patients is comparable.

“We think the penis also could be affected in a similar way,” Ramasamy said.

“We don’t think this is a temporary effect. We think this could be permanent.”

Still, Dr. Ash Tewari, chair of urology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, in New York City, said men shouldn’t panic until more research is done.

“One or two patients don’t make a fact, but this is worth investigating from our standpoint,” Tewari said.
 

taxme

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Why would you need hydrochlorquine or ivermectin if you had the vaccine? Why wait to get covid to use those two treatments? Do they work 100% of the time?
When someone supposedly catches the covid bug before or after taking the covid jabs they have an opportunity to fight the covid bug with those two health options mentioned above. When one catches the covid flu they can tell so right away by them having a fever and having breathing problems. But that does not mean that because they have a fever and breathing problems that they have covid at all. Many other flu bugs give off the same signals also. Many people have been treated with those two health options above and have got themselves better. That is what I am reading and hearing about on many of those alternative media websites. Just saying. (y)
 

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SICK 🤮 Obama Celebrates With A-Listers. Kids Have to Wear Masks 😷

The wearing of masks is only for the "peasants"