(Jane Stevenson) Calls wet market origin story a lie.
(Ryan DeLarme) Whether you’re ecstatic about Biden being inaugurated or infuriated about a potentially fraudulent election, there is a lovely consolation for everyone now that there is no benefit in sensationalizing a disease with a 99% survival rate.
(JD Heyes) The World Health Organization was busted earlier this year carrying water for the Chinese government in terms of helping Beijing cover up its responsibility for COVID-19 and the resulting global pandemic the virus caused.
(Douglas Braff) Tuesday morning, Joe Biden‘s transition team shared a link to their overall plan for combatting COVID-19, which seeks a more active role for the federal government in public health and the economy than it has during the Trump administration. Additionally, the plan aims to take a more multilateral approach in dealing with the virus than the current administration has, including rejoining the World Health Organization (WHO).
(Tim Pearce) Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves said on Thursday that his state would not participate in a national lockdown should one be issued.
(Daisy Luther) Almost half of the United States has again restricted movement and called for measures to slow down the spread of COVID-19. After a week straight of more than 100,000 cases per day being diagnosed across the country, the second lockdown of America has begun.
(Jeremy Loffredo) In the years leading up to 2009, the World Health Organization (WHO) worked alongside vaccine manufacturers, namely GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), to ensure that European and African countries entered into contracts to vaccinate their citizens in the event of an unforeseen global flu pandemic.
(Kit Knightly) The World Health Organization has finally confirmed what we (and many experts and studies) have been saying for months – the coronavirus is no more deadly or dangerous than seasonal flu.
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(Steve Watson) The World Health Organisation announced Monday that it will not be visiting the Wuhan Institute of Virology during its investigation into the origins of the coronavirus, despite the fact that the lab held samples of coronavirus that were almost exactly the same as that which caused a global pandemic.
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