• December 7, 2021

Biden plays politics in Covid

Joe Biden never misses an opportunity to politicize any topic, including the relatively benign Delta Indian variant of Covid. Today, Biden I tried to blame Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, coincidentally, both Republicans, for the inevitable spread of the Indian variant: United States President Joe Biden on Tuesday urged Republican leaders…

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The COVID model reflects a grim reality for which leaders must prepare

There’s no escaping the math: Australia’s envisioned path out of the pandemic means tens of thousands of COVID cases a day. Is anyone ready for that, including politicians? (Image: AAP / Mick Tsikas) Pandemic modelers offer no plausible scenario that does not imply Australia continues to endure lockdowns and mandatory use of masks and social…

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Partisanship isn’t the only reason so many Americans remain unvaccinated

Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly survey summary. It’s easy to blame partisanship for everything these days. Including the speed with which COVID-19 is spreading across the US, causing cases to skyrocket and CDC Guidance for Change. The delta variant is spreading rapidly in part because about 30 percent of Americans remain completely unvaccinated. About 60…

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Delta Hysteria | Powerline

The current remasking of the United States is fueled by hysteria over the Indian variant of covid (renamed the Delta variant when it occurred to liberals that if the “China virus” is racist, the “Indian variant” must also be racist) . It is entirely predictable that viruses will mutate, generally to a less lethal form,…

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You know, there are already many decrees that direct your daily life.

Mandates are already intrinsic to many aspects of our daily lives, so much so that we hardly think about them. So why does the idea of ​​a medical mandate upset so many feathers? (Image: Mitchell Squire / Private Media) Mandates exist in all parts of our lives. You wake up in your house built to…

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Undocumented migrants and covid: the human tragedy that cannot be ignored

It was in early April 2020 when Elvis, an undocumented Filipino immigrant to the UK, died at his home with suspected covid. He was so afraid of incurring debts that he could not pay and of being informed to the immigration authorities that he had not sought help from the NHS. The tragedy of Elvis’s…

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US Elementary School Students Delayed 4-5 Months During Pandemic: Report

(Drazen Zigic / Getty Images) Elementary school students in the United States fell four to five months below their expected level of academic achievement during the pandemic, according to a new study. Researchers from consulting firm McKinsey & Co. found that K-12 students were getting 10 points behind in math and 9 points behind in…

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Justice Department Will Not Investigate COVID Deaths In New York Nursing Homes – Mother Jones

Joe Minchillo / AP Fight against misinformation. Get a daily summary of the facts that matter. Sign up for free Mother jones Newsletter. Over the past six months, government officials and journalists have exposed damning information suggesting that the administration of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo tried to lower the true death toll from the…

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Former FDA Commissioner Criticizes CDC’s Delta Variant Modeling

Headquarters of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia. (Tami Chappell / Reuters) Scott Gottlieb, Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration from 2017 to 2019, criticized the latest attempt by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to model the trajectory of the delta variant of COVID-19 in the United States. “The…

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More severe restrictions, declared national emergency. What will set us free?

COVID-19 has blocked half of Australia, but there is no easy solution to unblocking it. However, following the rules would be a good start. A man skirts a barricade on Bondi Beach (Image: AAP / Joel Carrett) The number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Sydney, with 136 cases recorded overnight, a record for…

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