wabbit foot/snake oil/etc, etc...
Heated debate surrounds healthcare workers having to either reuse or extend the use of disposable products, sterilize their respirator, or resort to wearing cloth or other homemade masks (1,2). Historically, cloth masks have been used to protect healthcare workers and the general public from various respiratory infections (3). However, most studies of cloth masks were conducted in vivo and during the first half of the 20th century, before medical masks were developed. To our knowledge, only 1 randomized controlled trial has been conducted to determine the efficacy of cloth masks (4). In this article, we discuss the evidence to inform the use of cloth masks for prevention of respiratory infections and propose strategies for cleaning and decontamination to protect frontline healthcare workers and the general public.
we will get to the needed "decimation" visibility soon enuf
in the meantime some actionable stuff
ZeroHedge - On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zerowww.zerohedge.com
So, we wonder, is that the post-vaxx-new-normal-world-order trade: Short Life Insurers, Long Funeral Service Providers?]
can stop assassination but not election fraud...
This is how it’s done: Over 3 million Brazilians filled the streets on Republic Day yesterday, Nov. 15, to protest the stolen elections. The party of President Jair Bolsonaro presented its report and announced it will apply to have the election annulled since the results could not be validated...www.thegatewaypundit.com
HOW IT’S DONE: Over 3 Million Brazilians Protest Election Fraud – Bolsonaro to Annul the Steal!By Richard Abelson
Published November 16, 2022
small time tantrik
this reminds me of prataman.
Kerala 'human sacrifice' case: Main accused Bhagaval Singh, who murdered, buried 2 women for financial prosperity, has a CPM connectionBJP spokesperson Shehzad Poonawalla said that 67-year-old Bhagaval Singh seem to be linked to the ruling dispensation of Kerala and also has the involvement of a radicalised elementwww.firstpost.com
Kerala 'human sacrifice' case: Main accused who murdered, buried women for financial prosperity has a CPI(M) connection
BJP spokesperson Shehzad Poonawalla said that 67-year-old Bhagaval Singh seem to be linked to the ruling dispensation of Kerala and also has the involvement of a radicalised elementFP Staff
October 12, 202
thought i posted this.
well the seralogical studies mention by dr. jay bhattacharya from stanford in the video below is being done.
Californians may have developed some herd immunity to coronavirus last year, Stanford team theorizes
LOS ANGELES -- New York state has half the population of California but has experienced 14 times as many deaths from coronavirus.
Experts are looking into several possibilities as to why California hasn't been hit as hard.
The trend has been particularly surprising, experts say, given the state has a large number of people in poverty and homelessness, and saw a substantial amount of travel to and from China last year.
One theory centers around the idea of herd immunity - the concept that a large percentage of a population has already contracted and become immune to an infection, slowing the rate at which it spreads to others.
Stanford researchers are looking into the possibility that coronavirus first hit California undetected last year, much earlier than anyone realized, and was only seen at that time as a particularly nasty and early flu season.
As a result, the theory says, many Californians have already unknowingly been exposed to the coronavirus and have developed immunity to it.
"When you look at other states, it doesn't quite explain completely why California has been more fortunate, especially when it should be the least fortunate," said Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
To investigate that idea, researchers are testing people for antibodies that indicate a previously undiagnosed infection that was defeated by the body's immune system.
The Stanford researchers tested 3,200 volunteers at three testing sites in the Bay Area. They are expected to publish the conclusions of their study in several weeks.
The state had a significant amount of travel to and from China last year - some 8,000 Chinese visitors a day at California's airports. Wuhan, China is considered the origin point of the novel coronavirus. It first came to public attention there in December 2019, but researchers are looking at whether it had been around much earlier than that.
"Something is going on that we haven't quite found out yet," Hanson said. "When you calculate as well there were people on direct flights, from San Francisco and LAX to Wuhan, ground zero of the outbreak, you'd be naive not to think the California population wasn't exposed."
In addition to the Stanford study, USC and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health are starting a pilot test for coronavirus antibodies in LA County residents.
The tests of 1,000 adults will take place at six drive-through sites throughout the county.
The goal is to determine how many people in the county were already exposed to COVID-19, to get a more accurate picture of how far the virus has spread beyond the current testing of those who are showing symptoms. The test participants have already been selected and the first tests begin Friday and Saturday.
Outside of the studies, a similar finger-stick serology test is also offered at places like Hollywood Urgent Care. It can tell in minutes if a person has already developed coronavirus antibodies. It's the same kind of test used to examine if a person is immune to chickenpox or measles, for example.
"This test will tell you if you had it or not," said Dr. Morris Kokhab, with UrgentMED. "It's basically like when you check your titer for varicella or MMR."
Knowing who has immunity can help get people back to jobs. But for those without immunity, it could be a while.