Tennessee is ending all statewide coronavirus restrictions on businesses and gatherings but also extending its state of emergency over the pandemic, Gov. Bill Lee (R) announced Tuesday.
NV GOV VIOLATING CIVIL RIGHTS
Nevada has placed a 50-person cap on all places of worship
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday again blasted the federal government for failing to provide relief for state and local governments amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, saying New York City’s deficit is “Donald Trump’s deficit.”
“We have tremendous losses because of COVID, we’re not liable for them,” Cuomo said. New York City has a $9 billion budget deficit and the state’s is $30 billion.
And internet kill switch, is just as dangerous as an economic kill switch and both must be repealed and removed from government power!
KEEP IT UP UNLOCK MICHIGAN!!!!!!!
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (D) has launched an investigation into Unlock Michigan after the group reached its goal of 500,000 signatures in its effort to repeal a 1945 law Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has been using to keep the state in perpetual lockdown.
Cowards in almost all 50 states complied and should be removed from govt office
We've made great progress on COVID-19, but we're not done until we hit zero. Here’s a look at the numbers:— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) September 28, 2020
•332 new reported cases
•61 patients admitted to hospitals
•Citywide positive tests are at 1.93%
Practice social distancing, wear face coverings and avoid large crowds.
Business Shutdown Orders Are Unconstitutional
Stay-at-Home Orders Are Unconstitutional
Maximum Occupancy Orders Are Unconstitutional
A single dose of Johnson & Johnson’s JNJ.N experimental COVID-19 vaccine produced a strong immune response
Vitamin D reduces infection and impact of COVID-19
Capitol Hill Baptist Church is suing Washington, D.C., for restricting worship services over coronavirus concerns while allowing large groups to roam the city’s streets and camp on sidewalks and in parks.
“I would be arguing that morally, we don’t have to. If someone voluntarily says, ‘you know what, it’s not safe out there, I’m not going out,’ fine, that’s your decision,” he said, “but in terms of the government ordering everything to be shut down, I just don’t think that’s morally required.”
Researchers found 0.23 percent of students had confirmed or suspected cases of the virus, while the rate among educators was 0.51 percent. The rates for confirmed cases were lower at 0.076 for students and 0.15 for teachers. The data included those for public and private schools, with many of the schools located in smaller communities.
Rand Paul just confronted Dr. Fauci to his face on lockdowns:— Kelb Hull (@CalebJHull) September 23, 2020
"You have been a been fan of Cuomo and the shutdown in NY. You lauded NY for their policy. NY had the highest death rate in the world. How could we possibly be jumping up and down and saying Cuomo did a great job?" pic.twitter.com/VdXWVZ5TGM
STOP THE EMERGENCY MR PRESIDENT !
Dr. Scott Atlas says lock-down policy “is killing people” and “there’s no science whatsoever to”— Kari Lake (@KariLakeFox10) May 25, 2020
-keep K-12 schools closed
-require kids wear masks & social distance
-close summer programs
He adds death/serious illness is nearly zero in people under 18. https://t.co/zglMKOv4a5
“I think that Dr. Redfield misstated something there. The immunity to the infection is not solely determined by the percent of people who have antibodies.”— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 23, 2020
Scott Atlas smacks down @CDCDirector‘s testimony saying 90% of the country is still “susceptible” to the coronavirus. pic.twitter.com/LGgtDW1VLm
Whether indoor or outdoors, anyone aged 18 to 22 years old will not be allowed to gather for two weeks beginning Thursday at 4 p.m. It also includes a list of 36 addresses in Boulder, Colorado, where residents have “repeatedly violated public health orders,” health officials said.
Vote him out Texas!
He didn’t have authority to shut down business either for 6 months and suspend due process.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told Congress on Wednesday that it “happens all the time with infections” where “a person’s natural resistance” to COVID-19 can prevent them from contracting the virus after prolonged exposure to someone who tests positive.
At least five Christians were arrested during a hymn sing in the parking lot of city hall in Moscow, Idaho.
One of the individuals cited was Latah County Commission candidate Gabriel Rench.
The five individuals were cited for being in violation of Moscow’s mask/social distancing order, Moscow Police Chief James Fry told the Daily News.
Well, it happened. The Moscow (Idaho) Police Department arrested my kids’ music teacher and his wife the basketball coach for singing without social distancing at a Psalm Sing protest. The music is beautiful. Watch and enjoy the listen. Well done @SeanOShay2 and Rachel. pic.twitter.com/kpKjfuCQwR— Joffre the Giant (@joffrethegiant) September 24, 2020
Apparently we’re arresting people for singing hymns in America. pic.twitter.com/rR5oTmsrMI— Matt (@carobini) September 24, 2020
On Wednesday, researchers at Brown University, working with school administrators, released their first set of data from a new National COVID-19 School Response Data Dashboard, created to track coronavirus cases. It found low levels of infection among students and teachers.
“I don’t regret saying that the only way we could have stopped the explosion of infection was by essentially – and when I say ‘shutting down’ I mean essentially having the physical separation and the kinds of recommendations that we’ve made,” he said
Lt. Governor Jon Husted (R-OH) tries to promote pro-Trump masks at today’s rally … and is met with a huge chorus of boos. pic.twitter.com/1rR1bAwF89— The Recount (@therecount) September 21, 2020
The National Institutes of Health said one of its public affairs staffers is retiring after he was exposed as the author of numerous anonymous blog posts in which he called the coronavirus pandemic a “massive fraud” and described National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci as a “mask nazi.”
NIH employee William B. Crews was managing editor of the conservative blog RedState and wrote under the pseudonym “streiff,” The Daily Beast first reported on Monday.
.@CDCgov is lying . . . AGAIN— Todd Ξ Herman (Parler: ToddEHerman) (@toddeherman) September 21, 2020
If defies common sense the virus spreads solely through droplets & sneezes. This is about preserving their mask lie
The CDC should be defunded and re-organized. Their scientists should never again make money from patents. https://t.co/or8E2WbwVl
The CDC "has not been able to confirm a case of transmission on a plane" https://t.co/qd0qKCPM4S— Elizabeth Nolan Brown (@ENBrown) September 21, 2020
As the #COVID19 pandemic continues, many of our neighbors are struggling with food insecurity. More than 500 people received boxes of fresh produce and meats on Saturday at the East County Community Recreation Center, thanks to our dedicated partners and volunteers. pic.twitter.com/jR1fBBOYYJ— Montgomery County MD (@MontgomeryCoMD) September 21, 2020
40% of Texans ( 2.8 million ), at least, have had chinavirus by all CDC estimates;
14,848 fatals reported if we are to believe that is 0.1325714%
( Almost no service industry can have 75% of customers inside with the junk science child-like distancing rules being forced upon everyone. It’s still 50 percent, or less )
Vote-Out the RINO republicans Texas.
“With the medical advancements we have made and the personal hygiene practices we have adopted, Texans have shown that we can address both the health and safety concerns of COVID-19 while also taking careful, measured steps to restore the livelihoods that Texans depend on,” Abbott said in a statement, reminding Texans to remain vigilant and continue to “heed the guidance of medical experts by wearing a mask, social distancing, and practicing proper sanitation strategies.”
“By maintaining health and safety standards that are proven to mitigate COVID-19, we can continue to slow the spread while opening up the Texas economy,” he added.
As of June 30, bars and restaurants had led to just 22 virus cases compared to more than 1,000 in nursing homes in Nashville, private data within the mayor’s office showed, according to Carlson.
A Nashville Health Department official reviewed the numbers and wrote an email to the mayor’s officer last summer that said, “This isn’t going to be publicly released, right? Just info for Mayor’s Office?” Carlson explained. “Correct, not for public consumption,” a senior adviser in the mayor’s office replied.
COVER UP? COVID-19 mails between the mayor’s senior advisor and the health department reveal only a partial picture. But what they reveal is disturbing. https://t.co/HAEicSwYzc— FoxNashville (@FOXNashville) September 17, 2020
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco is urging Catholics in his archdiocese to “Free the Mass” and publicly demonstrate against the coronavirus restrictions on worship that are inconsistent with rules applied to other non-religious activities in the city and county.
A new batch of gynecologic studies has revealed that babies are dying in the womb at an increasing rate since the COVID-19 outbreak in March. Researchers believe that the deterrence or lack of clinical access among pregnant mothers due to pandemic restrictions may have given rise to prenatal complications, sometimes leading to stillbirth.
A nationally known Southern California pastor is telling government officials who are trying to shut down his congregation’s worship through threats of fines and even jail to “Bring it on!”
Americans have endured 7 months of their sacred personal liberty, movement, speech and right to earn an income supposedly protected by the bill of rights, completely gutted in the name of chinavirus panic hoax. Spawned by state governors of almost all 50 states. They should be on trial for treason.
Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday evening “other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint,” coronavirus lockdowns were the “greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history.”
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) released his 70th executive order related to the coronavirus Tuesday by announcing fines of $100, which can now be issued by non-police officials, to violators of his mask mandate.
NOBODY would have contracted chinavirus by being given a candybar@
We are now 26 weeks into CDC’s 3 or 4 or 8 weeks to stop the spread campaign. If mask-wearing had any impact at all on the spread of the virus, we would have seen it. The idea that extending mask-wearing by any period of time will have any positive impact on the spread of the disease is just numbskullery.
( 99% non lethal. Only 9500 Fatal cases )
“These facemasks are the most important, powerful public health tool we have,” Redfield said. “I might even go so far as to say that this facemask is more guaranteed to protect me against COVID than when I take a COVID vaccine.”
“By the time you mobilize the distribution of the vaccine and get a majority or more of the population vaccinated and protected, that’s likely not going to happen until the end of 2021,” Fauci said in an interview with MSNBC. “If you’re talking about getting back to a degree of normality prior to COVID, it’s going to be well into 2021, towards the end of 2021.”
The announcement Tuesday by state Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker
Rate of hospitalizations and ER visits was 1.7 percent (5/302) for LY-CoV555 versus 6 percent (9/150) for placebo–a 72 percent risk reduction in this limited population
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine researchers report they have identified a tiny antibody molecule that neutralizes the COVID-19 virus in animals, and have used it to create a potential breakthrough drug that could treat and prevent the disease.
Li-Meng Yan, a former virologist at the University of Hong Kong School of Public Health, told a U.K. broadcast this weekend that she is certain the Chinese coronavirus “is not from nature” but, rather, artificially engineered at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV).
Love seeing Gordon Gee out with no mask on 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 pic.twitter.com/KpIkgjARmw— Zaddy (@zslice6996) September 13, 2020
West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee — who has required students at his school to wear masks in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic — was photographed at a drugstore over the weekend failing to follow his own rule.
A Pennsylvania state senator introduced legislation that would enable authorities to give misdemeanors to people who do not wear masks in public during the COVID-19 pandemic. State Sen. Art Haywood (D) made the announcement a few months ago, and the proposal was formally introduced in the Senate Tuesday as SB-1287. […]
Under the bill, these penalties would go into effect in two months — starting in early November.
Overall, our systematic reviews suggested that social distancing measures could be effective interventions to reduce transmission and mitigate the impact of an influenza pandemic. However, the evidence base for these measures was derived largely from observational studies and simulation studies; thus, the overall quality of evidence is relatively low.
In this review, we focused on 3 personal protective measures and 1 environmental measure. Other
potential environmental measures include humidification in dry environments (48), increasing ventilation (49), and use of upper-room UV light (50), but
there is limited evidence to support these measures.
Further investigations on the effectiveness of respiratory etiquette and surface cleaning through conducting RCTs would be helpful to provide evidence
with higher quality; evaluation of the effectiveness of
these measures targeting specific population groups,
such as immunocompromised persons, would also be
beneficial (Table 2). Future cost-effectiveness evaluations could provide more support for the potential
use of these measures. Further research on transmission modes and alternative interventions to reduce
influenza transmission would be valuable in improving pandemic preparedness. Finally, although our review focused on nonpharmaceutical measures to be
taken during influenza pandemics, the findings could
also apply to severe seasonal influenza epidemics.
Evidence from RCTs of hand hygiene or face masks
did not support a substantial effect on transmission of
laboratory-confirmed influenza, and limited evidence
was available on other environmental measures.
People on airplanes seated on full airplanes exempt from bogus distancing orders.
Bexar County’s verified death toll from the novel coronavirus broke 1,000 Sunday 9-13-20
— flu and flu-related pneumonia killed nearly 10,000 Texans in 2017-2018, according to state health officials. All told, Texas’ flu-related death rate this season was 32.25 per every 100,000 people.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report shows nearly 143,000 people, including 172 children, died from the flu and pneumonia in 2017-2018 through mid-May. The Texas numbers go through the end of May, the traditional end of the flu season.
A total of 1,088 deaths occurred in the San Antonio region, an area encompassing 28 counties, between Oct. 1 and June 20, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported. That’s a flu-related death rate of 35.86 per 100,000 people.
More than 800 of those deaths occurred in Bexar County alone, according to surveillance data gathered by San Antonio’s Metropolitan Health District.
..and no shutdown 2017-2018