Friday, November 6, 2020

Doctors to be 'put on standby for potential December vaccine rollout'; COVID Testing: We've been duped, and Other C-Virus Updates

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Coronavirus: Doctors to be 'put on standby for potential December vaccine rollout':
Doctors will be told to be ready to manage a potential coronavirus vaccine rollout from as early as December, according to reports.
GPs will be asked to be prepared to start vaccinating frontline workers – as well as over-85s – from the start of next month if needed, according to Pulse magazine.
An NHS spokesperson said “work is underway” to make sure staff can deliver a vaccine safely when one is ready.
Pulse reported that GPs are to be placed on standby for a possible vaccine rollout next month, and will receive a "directed enhanced service" (DES) from next week which sets out how they deliver a service above their usual contract.
The GP magazine has been told the DES on a potential Covid vaccine rollout is "imminent, potentially by next week".
There are two frontrunners in the Covid-19 vaccine race - candidates from German biotech firm BioNtech and US pharmaceutical company Pfizer and the vaccine candidate being developed by University of Oxford and AstraZeneca. --->READ MORE HERE
COVID testing: We've been duped:
Lost in this whole pandemic hysteria are some key considerations that when carefully analyzed place the whole COVID-19 narrative in a highly questionable light. The gatekeepers of information dissimulation are manufacturing consent at an alarming rate, but their fatigue is setting in, and their masks are falling off. What better, albeit unlikely, source to go for some much needed illumination than the New York Times?
During a considerably quieter time, back in 2007, the New York Times featured a very interesting exposé on molecular diagnostic testing — specifically, the inadequacy of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test in achieving reliable results. The most significant concern highlighted in the Times report is how molecular tests, most notably the PCR, are highly sensitive and prone to false positives. At the center of the controversy was a potential outbreak in a hospital in New Hampshire that proved to be nothing more than "ordinary respiratory diseases like the common cold." Unfortunately, the results wrought by the PCR told a different story. --->READ MORE HERE
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