The head of the World Health Organization has said China’s zero-tolerance Covid-19 policy is not sustainable given what is known of the disease, in rare public comments by the UN agency on a government’s handling of the virus.
“We don’t think that it is sustainable considering the behaviour of the virus,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a media briefing.
I have literally lost nearly all respect for 95% of the people that I know personally during the past 2 years. Almost to the point where they appear as nothing more than clowns to me, solely based on their response to this situation. People I had held in high esteem.
Face masks are set to be no longer mandatory in airports and on flights in Europe, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have said.
The new recommendations will come into effect from 16 May.
“From next week, face masks will no longer need to be mandatory in air travel in all cases, broadly aligning with the changing requirements of national authorities across Europe for public transport,” EASA Executive Director Patrick Ky said in a statement.
There is a easily recognized pattern or modus operandi to the pathetic terrified trolls who are rapidly awakening to the realization of the damage they caused to themselves and family . Insult,demean and misrepresent without any basis and slither back into their anonymous lair.
Aus The Insanity Continues Oh my word, the "" are now saying that The Common Cold could be causing Heart Damage in infants….Am I completely insane, or does this sound like another … pic.twitter.com/anOx4rxb21
Further to the release by court order of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine safety data…
…Via Daily Exposé:
One of the documents contained in the Pfizer data dump is ‘reissue_5.3.6 postmarketing experience.pdf’. Page 12 of the confidential document contains data on the use of the Pfizer Covid-19 injection in pregnancy and lactation.
Pfizer state in the document that by 28th February 2021 there were 270 known cases of exposure to the mRNA injection during pregnancy.
One-hundred-and-forty-six of those mother cases did not immediately report the immediate occurrence of any clinical adverse event. But 124 of the 270 mother cases did. Meaning 46% of the mothers exposed to the Pfizer Covid-19 injection suffered an adverse reaction.
Of those 124 mothers suffering an adverse reaction, 49 were considered non-serious adverse reactions, whereas 75 were considered serious. This means 58% of the mothers who reported suffering adverse reactions suffered a serious adverse event ranging from uterine contraction to foetal death.
There were 34 outcomes altogether at the time of the report, but 5 of them were still pending. Pfizer note that only 1 of the 29 known outcomes were normal, whilst 28 of the 29 outcomes resulted in the loss/death of the baby. This equates to 97% of all known outcomes of Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy resulting in the loss of the child.
When we include the 5 cases where the outcome was still pending it equates to 82% of all outcomes of Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy resulting in the loss of the child. This equates to an average of around 90% between the 82% and 97% figure.
Three years into the worst pandemic in a generation, the world is split in its response to Covid-19. While restrictions are falling as most countries embrace living with the virus, China’s zero-tolerance stance makes it an important holdout.
Places that are normalizing life alongside the coronavirus lead Bloomberg’s Covid Resilience Ranking in April, with Norway ranked No. 1 for a second month.
The nation is among a growing group that no longer have Covid-related travel curbs in place, and has even scrapped a requirement to self-isolate after a positive result. Ireland and the United Arab Emirates are second and third in our monthly analysis of where the pandemic is being handled best, with the least social and economic disruption.
JUST IN 🚨 Moderna plans to submit an application to the U.S. health regulator for emergency use authorization of its COVID vaccine among kids between the ages of six months to five years by end of the month: spokesperson – Reuters
The Covid support scheme for the music industry supported 318 artists alongside 817 music industry professionals, according to figures released by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
The Music Stimulus Scheme, worth €1.7m gave 185 artists recording grants, creating employment for 694 musicians, while 56 artists were supported to release new music.
Among the artists receiving funding were Denise Chaila, Saint Sister, Kojaque and Elaine Mai.
A number of recipients went on to be nominated for awards including the Choice Music Prize and the RTÉ Radio One Folk Awards…
Shanghai is preparing to ease its lockdown over the city’s 25 million people.
Via The Guardian:
Major companies including Tesla and Volkswagen are among 666 firms told they could restart production this week, under closed-loop management. A memo reportedly circulated at Tesla told employees they would have to sleep at the factory, with the company providing each with a sleeping bag and mattress, daily meals and a stipend.
Drone footage taken by Chinese media appeared to show Tesla employees arriving at the factory on Tuesday with luggage, and several people moving the frame of a Tesla car around the site. Volkswagen, which restarted production at its Changchun factories after restrictions there eased, said it was still studying the feasibility of resuming production in Shanghai, Reuters reported.
China It’s all Covid Theatre…The alleged Quarantined People dance with lanterns whilst the alleged Covid Storm Troopers direct the symphony…We are watching a C Grade China Propaganda Movie pic.twitter.com/g5zFQeQq1P