“Three days after the Japanese Ministry of Health announced that they were pulling 1.6 million doses of Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine due to contamination in some vials that 'reacts to magnets,' two prefectures have halted or limited its use after more contaminated vials were discovered, according to Japan's public broadcaster, NHK, and The Korea Times, citing local reports.”Read more
“Tokyo Medical Chairman holds press conference recommending Ivermectin to all doctors, for all Covid patients. Japan’s government is one of the most conservative and cautious in the world. The data is clear.”Read more
"In a recent interview with Radio 5, leading Swedish epidemiologist, Dr. Johan Gieseck, remarked how the UK had initially proposed the same plan as Sweden, but then Boris Johnson came under intense pressure from the media and opposition after the arrival of Imperial College’s notorious “500,000 dead” paper presented to the government by Prof. Neil Ferguson. As a result, UK officials quickly changed course in a “180 degree U-turn,” said Gieseck, who was shocked how an unpublished paper relying on computer models and with no peer review – could have played such a crucial role in altering such an important policy decision. How did that happen? One only has to look at the obvious nexus of funding between the UK government, Imperial College and the Gates Foundation to get a possible answer to that question. "Read more
This is an important story. Note the woman who was reinfected. We don't know exactly what this means. Was she not fully cured when released? Or was it a brand new version that reinfected her? So until this is better studied we just don't know. This is not very good news.
"Japan’s entire school system, from elementary to high schools, will be asked to close from Monday until spring break late in March to help contain the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Thursday. "
"A woman working as a tour bus guide was reinfected with the coronavirus, testing positive after having recovered from an earlier infection, Osaka’s prefectural government said. Her case, the first known of in Japan, highlighted how much is still unknown about the virus even as concerns grow about its global spread. "Read more
"The news helped rattle investor confidence, sending futures into the red as US stocks looked set to open in the red on Wednesday, building on four days of losses.
The virus has now spread to every continent except for Antarctica. Brazil's Health Ministry said a man has tested positive for the coronavirus in an initial test. If it's confirmed in a second test, it will be the first case in South America."Read more