Thursday, June 17, 2021

Media Promoted China's Phony Coronavirus Aid while also Dismissing the Lab Leak Theory; Fed Watchdog to Review Grants Amid Wuhan Lab Controversy, and other C-Virus related stories

Media promoted China's phony coronavirus aid while also dismissing the lab leak theory:
China repeatedly lied about the coronavirus, letting it spread across the world, kill millions, and crash the global economy. Then, China tried to capitalize on the issue it had started by shipping out faulty medical equipment and ineffective vaccines to other countries.
Many in the media covered for China and its communist government the entire time. It's time for some accountability.
The latest development in this saga can be seen in Chile, which has issued lockdowns in its capital of Santiago. Santiago is seeing some of its worst case numbers since the pandemic started, and yet the country has one of the highest vaccination rates in the world.
Unfortunately, Chile’s vaccination numbers were achieved mostly with China’s ineffective Sinovac vaccine, which even China’s top health official was forced to acknowledge doesn’t have a high protection rate. --->READ MORE HERE
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Fed watchdog to review grants amid Wuhan lab controversy:
A federal watchdog has opened an investigation into the National Institutes of Health’s grant program amid the ongoing controversy over funds being sent to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
“We share stakeholders’ concerns regarding compliance and oversight of NIH grant funds. We have been monitoring this issue for some time and consider it a high-priority matter that can pose a threat to the integrity of the NIH grant program,” Department of Health and Human Services inspector general spokesperson Tesia Williams said in a statement obtained by the Post.
“Based on our preliminary research and analysis, HHS-OIG has decided to conduct an extensive audit reviewing how NIH monitored selected grants and how the grantees and subgrantees used and managed federal funds between years 2014 through 2021,” Williams added.
The time frame covered by the investigation, which was first reported by CNN, coincides with the period when New York City-based non-profit EcoHealth Alliance received $3.75 million in grant money from the NIH to carry out a study called “Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence.” --->READ MORE HERE
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