China: Zhejiang epidemic is getting worse

China 12/21/21, 04:57

According to the Epoch Times, as of 4:00 pm on Dec. 16, the Zhejiang government said that 50 more COVID-19 cases were detected within the past 24 hours in three areas: Ningbo, Shaoxing, and Hangzhou. By Dec. 6, there were 342 cases of COVID infections.  Zhenhai District of Ningbo City has ...

COVID-19 Poll: Most Americans believe in lab leak theory

News 12/04/21, 16:19

Most Americans now no longer think the COVID-19 pandemic is a natural disaster as claimed by the region where it first emerged, China, according to a new poll this week. When asked about the lab-leak theory and whether the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) lied about the virus’ origin, 72% of the ...

UK: 40,044 new COVID-19 cases, 61 deaths

News 11/22/21, 03:14

The UK reported 40,044 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Sunday, Nov. 21, bringing the seven-day total to 287,205. An increase of 9.4% over the preceding seven-day period. According to the statistics, those who died within 28 days of testing positive for the virus were 61. According to Reuters, the number of people ...

US demands China release jailed citizen journalist Zhang Zhan

News 11/09/21, 16:36

The U.S. state department on Monday, Nov. 8, is stepping in to pressure the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to liberate citizen journalist Zhang Zhan who has been jailed for covering COVID-19 in Wuhan last year. “The U.S. is deeply concerned about the health of PRC [People’s Republic of China] journalist Ms. ...

Schools forced to feed students with less healthy food amid shortages

Nutrition 09/29/21, 19:59

Schools across the U.S. are compromising healthy meals for their students as they grapple with supply issues, according to a report. The New York Times reports that schools were resorting to frozen food and even grilled cheese sandwiches to ensure their pupils were fed. Vegetables were scarce, too, forcing some schools ...

Sweden includes the US and Israel in its COVID-19 visitor ban

News 09/03/21, 02:43

Sweden prohibits passengers from the United States, Israel, and four other countries from entering owing to concerning COVID-19 spikes. It is the second European Union (EU) nation to reinstate the travel restriction for coronavirus concerns following Portugal, which banned Israeli visitors, according to i24News. The ban, which also targets Kosovo, Lebanon, Montenegro, ...

Ohio judge orders hospital to use ivermectin as COVID-19 treatment

U.S. 08/31/21, 16:45

An Ohio judge on Monday, August 30, ruled in favor of the use of ivermectin in treating a COVID-19 patient, a therapy that so far had not been approved by federal health agencies for combatting the virus. The order of the controversial drug was made last week by Judge Gregory Howard ...

The US to administer booster shots by September

News 08/18/21, 16:35

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) officially announced that the booster shots for COVID-19 by Pfizer and Moderna would be available to all adult Americans by September 20.  Those who have completed their first round of immunization from the two shots vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna are recommended ...

WHO calls for a moratorium on vaccine boosters

News 08/04/21, 23:52

 The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday, August 4, requested countries to hold off their COVID-19 booster shot consideration until at least the end of September, citing a need in developing countries where most people were still unvaccinated. "I understand the concern of all governments to protect their people from the ...

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