COVID-19: Hong Kong sees 8674 new cases, 24 more deaths

Insights 02/24/22, 14:44

COVID-19 rampages another day in Hong Kong on Feb. 23, with 8674 new instances reported and 24 additional fatalities. Chuang Shuk-kwan, from the Centre for Health Protection, said there were 30 new patients of Delta variant, 5,428 were infected with Omicron, and 7,990 of the patients were locally transmitted. More than 300 ...

Ten thousand people in Hangzhou taken away for quarantine

News 02/01/22, 16:41

Chinese officials announced that by the end of Jan. 28, there were 12 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province. So far, at least 34 people have been verified with it.  However, the Chinese regime's official data on the COVID-19 pandemic has been questioned for its accuracy. According to ...

All you need to know about the new travel protocols in the US

Trending 11/08/21, 16:11

As the economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. is relaxing COVID-19 travel restrictions for most international tourists beginning Monday, Nov, 8, a move that many hotels, retailers, restaurants, and airlines industries anticipate will bring in a fresh wave of customers. As international tourists visit, that will "give a jolt ...

California church wins $800,000 in legal fight over lockdown

California 09/06/21, 03:52

Grace Community Church of Sun Valley, Los Angeles, California, on Sept. 1, announced a major legal win over lockdown policies it had challenged for months.  According to Christian Post, local authorities had agreed to pay the small church $800,000 in settlement for barring indoor worship during COVID-19 lockdowns. The lawsuit against COVID-19 ...

Illegally gathering during Melbourne lockdown results in $305,312 in fines

News 08/25/21, 04:23

Hosts and guests at an engagement party in Melbourne, Australia, were fined a total of more than AU$300,000 after police shut down the "illegal" gathering, claiming it violated the city's ongoing COVID-19 lockdown.On Tuesday morning, Aug. 24, a Victoria police spokesperson confirmed that the investigation into the Aug. 11 engagement ...

18-year-old activist arrested twice for rallies against COVID-19 restrictions

World 06/11/21, 16:58

An 18-year-old activist Evan Freedom, arrested for actively protesting against COVID-19 restrictions in his state, reports LifeSiteNews. The teenage activist wants himself to be referred to as Evan Freedom. He has been arrested twice during his odyssey to convert the conventional notion of co-existing with the idea of the Chinese Communist ...

Time for change in combating COVID-19, reopened states lead the way

U.S. 04/18/21, 19:31

As Texas and Florida continue to resume ordinary activities while eschewing COVID-19 restrictions, it is time to start considering if the mask mandates are still the most effective measurements to guarantee public health or otherwise. The virus outbreak reached America last year, being an airborne disease that is highly transmissive. For ...

Contrasting reality of COVID cases in strict and loose states

News 04/09/21, 18:33

The irony of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus or COVID-19 cases reportedly rising in states that continue to impose strict control whereas the southern regions with more relaxed prevention attitudes see cases drop. Since March 1, states that still require masks, such as Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, ...

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