The new Corona virus, should we worry?

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Project Veritas has struck journalistic gold once again. This time, the organization went undercover and interviewed Pfizer scientists with questions in relation to the COVID-19 vaccine.

All three scientists interviewed openly admitted that naturally immune persons have stronger immunity to COVID-19 than those who have been vaccinated.

Pfizer scientist Nick Karl said, “When somebody is naturally immune, like they got COVID… they probably have better, like, not better but more antibodies against the virus.” He further explained that the vaccine only protects people against one part of the virus. “When you actually get the virus, you’re going to start producing antibodies against multiple pieces of the virus.”


Pfizer Scientist Admits Natural Immunity Is Stronger Than Vaccine
https://mericanow.com/pfizer-scientist-admits-natural-immunity-is-stronger-than-vaccine/
 




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Vaccines never were designed to prevent infection. That was never the goal. That they did 95% to the original genome was just a great bonus.

Preventing disease was always the only goal.
Not what your current president said, but we'll go with it.
 




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Must have missed the coverage. Great to see DeSantis get this under control.

COVID-19 cases decline in Florida for 5th straight week​

 

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Must have missed the coverage. Great to see DeSantis get this under control.

COVID-19 cases decline in Florida for 5th straight week​

Don't beat yourself up; this information was probably censored before most people had a chance to see it. It would be easy to miss this
 



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Don't beat yourself up; this information was probably censored before most people had a chance to see it. It would be easy to miss this

When will MN surge overwhelm the hospitals?
Any day now?
I heard it was going to happen.
 

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Must have missed the coverage. Great to see DeSantis get this under control.

COVID-19 cases decline in Florida for 5th straight week​

Why won't the media cover his plan of doing absolutely nothing?
 


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What's Dementia's plan again?
 
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Orlando Weekly: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is cooking the books on our COVID numbers

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is currently taking a page out of Trump’s playbook when it comes to reporting COVID numbers. As the Delta surge began, the state Department of Health changed the way it reported death data to the CDC. The most recent weekly report showed 46 “new deaths” per day over the previous seven days. Reporting by the Miami Herald reveals that had the health department used its former reporting system, the death data would have shown an average of 262 daily deaths.

Worse, the state is refusing to fulfill public records requests regarding COVID data, counter to Florida's robust transparency laws, which are frankly being shredded by the current Legislature. State Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith (D-Orlando) is suing the Florida Department of Health over their denial of his request for daily pediatric case numbers, hospitalizations and deaths for Orange County.

Smith says the DOH and state surgeon general Scott Rivkees claim the information is confidential. This is the same information that was previously released daily on the state's COVID dashboard. The department now reports less information, less frequently, while the governor refuses to encourage prevention and instead hustles a cure in which his campaign donors have a financial interest.

https://www.orlandoweekly.com/orlan...oks-on-our-covid-numbers/Content?oid=29913288

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https://www.statista.com/statistics/1109011/coronavirus-covid19-death-rates-us-by-state/
 
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Why won't the media cover his plan of doing absolutely nothing?
You mean increasing access to monoclonal antibody therapy by implementing mobile and stationary sites throughout Florida? I know, I agree. Maybe they didn't cover it because the Biden Administration stalled delivery for politcal reasons 🤷‍♂️ .

Still amazing that he found a way to bring that number down so quickly, but I could swear you and everyone else were talking about FL a tad bit more when the numbers were going up? Seemed a lot like last year actually. DHB.
 

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You mean increasing access to monoclonal antibody therapy by implementing mobile and stationary sites throughout Florida?
Why should the government be picking up the tab for an experimental, unapproved treatment????
 

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MN Dept of Health update - Weds, Oct 6

2,995 confirmed cases + 891 from antigen testing = 3,886 new cases

26,380 PCR tests + 12,180 antigen tests = 38,560 tests

positive test rate - 11.4% on PCR - 7.3% on antigen - overall positive test rate 10.1%.

40 deaths reported (29 private residence/9 long-term care/1 hotel or motel...)
note - 15 deaths occurred in Oct - 23 in Sept - rest earlier.
total deaths now 8,243 (4,657 long-term care)

Hospitalization: ICU 224 (+4). Non-ICU 640 (+13). total hospitalized 864 (+17).
 

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Desantis is no longer in the news. Anyone know why?
 

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MN Dept of Health update - Weds, Oct 6

2,995 confirmed cases + 891 from antigen testing = 3,886 new cases

26,380 PCR tests + 12,180 antigen tests = 38,560 tests

positive test rate - 11.4% on PCR - 7.3% on antigen - overall positive test rate 10.1%.

40 deaths reported (29 private residence/9 long-term care/1 hotel or motel...)
note - 15 deaths occurred in Oct - 23 in Sept - rest earlier.
total deaths now 8,243 (4,657 long-term care)

Hospitalization: ICU 224 (+4). Non-ICU 640 (+13). total hospitalized 864 (+17).
10% positive rate? Isn't that very high relative to most days?
 


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Looks like I am getting the natural booster as one of my kids just tested positive for Covid.

Knew it was just a matter of time.
 




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Desantis is no longer in the news. Anyone know why?
Expect the attacks on DeSantis to ramp up dramatically in the MSM. At least until they think he won't be the 2024 candidate. They're laying this foundation well, well in advance, make no mistake.
 

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10% positive rate? Isn't that very high relative to most days?
No surprise, outstate Minn is on fire.

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Can we say that Joe Biden and his 'Covid Plan' have been a failure yet?

As of Wednesday, U.S. localities have reported 353,000 deaths since January 1, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

That surpasses the 352,000 deaths reported in 2020 in the 10 months following the first recorded domestic outbreaks of the disease in March.
 




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