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Israel's rise in Covid deaths: why it's happening, and the lessons for the UK

There are several reasons for omicron's effect on one of the world's most highly vaccinated countries

Israel is a vaccine star of the pandemic. It rolled out its initial jabs with great speed this time last year amid the deadly alpha wave. It saw off delta in the summer by pioneering booster shots. And, as omicron hit, it made fourth doses available to medics and the elderly.

 

But late last week charts started to do the rounds on social media, showing Israel’s deaths apparently soaring.

“Israel is among the most highly vaccinated and boosted countries on the planet. [Yet] they are breaking daily records for Covid deaths”, tweeted Aaron Kheriaty, a professor of psychiatry who was recently fired by the University of California for refusing to abide by its vaccine mandate.

 

“Our public health establishment needs to explain this….  because people are dying”.

 

We are all jittery having suffered the strictures of SARS-CoV-2 for almost two years now, so the ex-professor’s tweet and others like it grabbed some attention. It plays to anti-vaxxers and the biases of those - like Dr Kheriaty - who continue to erroneously insist that “natural immunity is our only way out of this pandemic.”

 

- Telegraph

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Top British scientist Sir Jeremy Farrar faces US Congress probe over concerns he was at the centre of a Covid cover-up after his U-turn on Wuhan lab leak theory

One of Britain’s top scientists is to be interviewed under oath by the US Congress over concerns that he was at the centre of a cover-up about the origins of Covid, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

 

Sir Jeremy Farrar was among a group of scientists who initially claimed the coronavirus could have been man-made in a lab in the Chinese city Wuhan, where the pandemic began.

 

But after discussions with US officials and other leading scientists in February 2020, he changed his position, dismissing suggestions that the virus was made in a lab as a conspiracy theory. 

 

 

Amid an investigation into the US government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic carried out for the Committee on Oversight and Reform, Sir Jeremy will be subject to an on-the-record interview about his knowledge about the origins of the disease. 

 

The committee has also demanded he provide all documents related to his discussions with senior figures on the subject.

 

An order sent to Sir Jeremy reads: ‘Documents in the custody of the National Institutes of Health reveal how a group of scientists, including you, initially believed Covid-19 to be man-made before reversing course and claiming otherwise following discussions with senior government health officials.’

 

It adds: ‘This sequence of events suggests a possible co-ordinated effort to conceal evidence pointing to a lab leak in Wuhan.’

 

Daily Mail

 

 

'Conspiracies within conspiracies. So dark is the con of Man'.

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6 hours ago, Nemo said:

Doctors and Researchers Probe How COVID-19 Attacks the Heart

Experts have a decent grasp on how COVID-19 impacts cardiovascular health in the near term. The implications of long COVID, however, remain mysterious.

Below is the bullshit, if you can stomach it...

 

Early in the coronavirus pandemic, alarming reports suggested that COVID-19 was more than just a severe respiratory disease. Clinicians quickly learned that the disease could have a dire impact on cardiovascular health and sometimes seemed to attack the heart directly.

 

Over the following months, hypotheses and speculation gave way to a solid understanding of the cardiovascular risks associated with a COVID-19. Viral infections are notorious for putting added pressure on the system in the form of inflammation, which in turn leads to adverse health outcomes such as cardiovascular injury or disease and strokes, but early data suggested that SARS-CoV-2 is exceptional.

 

It turns out that COVID-19 can involve a variety of cardiovascular health outcomes. Scientists from the CDC COVID-19 Response Team found that COVID-19 patients have a 16-fold increase in the risk of developing the inflammatory conditions myocarditis and pericarditis while they had COVID-19. Research published in JAMA Neurology in July 2020 identified 31 strokes among 1,683 COVID-19 patients admitted to the emergency room at two New York City hospitals, a 7.6-fold greater risk than for those who were admitted for flu. This estimate has fallen a bit as more data have accrued, but the trend is holding that SARS-CoV-2 presents a greater risk of stroke than other viruses, especially among older patients with preexisting health complications, study author and Weill Cornell Medical College neurologist Alexander Merkler tells The Scientist. Similarly, research published in The Lancet in July found that COVID-19 patients are three times more likely to have a heart attack in the week after their diagnosis than healthy controls. Many of these cardiovascular outcomes have the potential to become chronic health issues, especially among older patients or those with medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension, according to a literature review published in Circulation Research.

 

“It’s not uncommon to see these cardiovascular manifestations take effect in patients with underlying heart disease or patients with severe COVID,” Aeshita Dwivedi, an assistant professor of cardiology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York tells The Scientist.

 

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My thoughts are, if you got to inject then world surely you'd want to attain as many of the physiological goals at once. Apart from killing the weak In sure this will effect the mind much like heavy metals do. What they want is docile, obedient strong and happy workers.

they are in denial all of em

itll be the drugs they use on the poor bastards when tested positive

 

antivirals and the like..

 

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1 minute ago, Martin1234 said:

I personally think there is a virus. It's been massively blown out of proportion though. Just my thoughts, I know a lot of people disagree.

David Crowe chats retrospectively about Ebola and SARs One (canada 2003)

 

remarkably similar progression and spread of SARs

 

or as David puts it "it was almost like the disease was being spread by the internet"

 

https://archive.org/details/david-crowe-podcast-the-infectious-myth/TIM+20140909+The+Cautionary+Tale+of+Ebola+and+SARS.mp3

 

https://theinfectiousmyth.com/book/SARS.pdf

 

https://ebolainfo2014.wordpress.com/2020/04/25/the-infectious-myth-a-book-project-by-david-crowe/

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3 hours ago, numnuts said:

We were promised a Great Reset and a New Normal. I think that such promises should be kept.

 

The inflation moving towards hyperinflation (as BRICS 'de-dollarise'), food shortages, cyber attacks and power outtages, the emerging bio-security state with its biometrics, digital ID, central bank currencies ARE the great reset happing NOW as we speak

 

The 'new normal' will be living under the technocracy that emerges from the 'great reset'

 

As far as the elites are concerned everything is ON TRACK

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2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

The inflation moving towards hyperinflation (as BRICS 'de-dollarise'), food shortages, cyber attacks and power outtages, the emerging bio-security state with its biometrics, digital ID, central bank currencies ARE the great reset happing NOW as we speak

 

The 'new normal' will be living under the technocracy that emerges from the 'great reset'

 

As far as the elites are concerned everything is ON TRACK

Dude I agree with a lot of what you say but we are a Looong way away from hyper-inflation. That constitutes prices rises consistently of 50% per month. And any de-dollarisation is very US centric - in terms of inflationary effects..........IF we are talking US Centric, I doubt the Fed would let it get to hyper inflation levels. 

 

What I can see though is a new interest rate cycle which the young generation will have to bare. They will not know what low interest rates look like at all in their lifetime!

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23 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Dude I agree with a lot of what you say but we are a Looong way away from hyper-inflation. That constitutes prices rises consistently of 50% per month. And any de-dollarisation is very US centric - in terms of inflationary effects..........IF we are talking US Centric, I doubt the Fed would let it get to hyper inflation levels. 

 

What I can see though is a new interest rate cycle which the young generation will have to bare. They will not know what low interest rates look like at all in their lifetime!

 

no i'm not talking US centric

 

I'm thinking about china dumping US debt holdings. Sure this could impact the yuan but i wonder if some slack could be taken up by cosier relations with russia and if this is the point in time when the cabal wants to eviscerate the US economy

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1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

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If I got this printed out and handed it out to the twenty odd people I work with not 1 of them would know who these people are. They would never understand its meaning or the real world implications of it.  
 

most everyday folk know absolutely nothing about world politics. 

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21 minutes ago, Yoyo said:

If I got this printed out and handed it out to the twenty odd people I work with not 1 of them would know who these people are. They would never understand its meaning or the real world implications of it.  
 

most everyday folk know absolutely nothing about world politics. 

Out of likes. 

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10 hours ago, Nemo said:

Doctors and Researchers Probe How COVID-19 Attacks the Heart

Experts have a decent grasp on how COVID-19 impacts cardiovascular health in the near term. The implications of long COVID, however, remain mysterious.

Below is the bullshit, if you can stomach it...

 

Early in the coronavirus pandemic, alarming reports suggested that COVID-19 was more than just a severe respiratory disease. Clinicians quickly learned that the disease could have a dire impact on cardiovascular health and sometimes seemed to attack the heart directly.

 

Over the following months, hypotheses and speculation gave way to a solid understanding of the cardiovascular risks associated with a COVID-19. Viral infections are notorious for putting added pressure on the system in the form of inflammation, which in turn leads to adverse health outcomes such as cardiovascular injury or disease and strokes, but early data suggested that SARS-CoV-2 is exceptional.

 

It turns out that COVID-19 can involve a variety of cardiovascular health outcomes. Scientists from the CDC COVID-19 Response Team found that COVID-19 patients have a 16-fold increase in the risk of developing the inflammatory conditions myocarditis and pericarditis while they had COVID-19. Research published in JAMA Neurology in July 2020 identified 31 strokes among 1,683 COVID-19 patients admitted to the emergency room at two New York City hospitals, a 7.6-fold greater risk than for those who were admitted for flu. This estimate has fallen a bit as more data have accrued, but the trend is holding that SARS-CoV-2 presents a greater risk of stroke than other viruses, especially among older patients with preexisting health complications, study author and Weill Cornell Medical College neurologist Alexander Merkler tells The Scientist. Similarly, research published in The Lancet in July found that COVID-19 patients are three times more likely to have a heart attack in the week after their diagnosis than healthy controls. Many of these cardiovascular outcomes have the potential to become chronic health issues, especially among older patients or those with medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension, according to a literature review published in Circulation Research.

 

“It’s not uncommon to see these cardiovascular manifestations take effect in patients with underlying heart disease or patients with severe COVID,” Aeshita Dwivedi, an assistant professor of cardiology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York tells The Scientist.

 

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My thoughts are, if you got to inject then world surely you'd want to attain as many of the physiological goals at once. Apart from killing the weak In sure this will effect the mind much like heavy metals do. What they want is docile, obedient strong and happy workers.

 

Heart attacks from catching a cold.

Why don't these freaks just fuck the fuck off?

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5 hours ago, Shake said:

The Olympics in china. All those competing are sell outs 

 

I've watched some of it. Some athletes are testing positive and not competing.

Or is that falling over and clutching their chest out of sight of the camera?

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