Sunday, July 3, 2022

Biden’s Pandemic Prophecy: “Another pandemic,” now in the works, is all about money and power; D.C. ends coronavirus contact tracing effort, laying off 131 workers, and other C-Virus related stories

Biden’s Pandemic Prophecy:
“Another pandemic,” now in the works, is all about money and power
Joe Biden admits taking direction from his handlers and the Delaware Democrat is on record that White House advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci is the real president. When Biden announced on June 21 that “there's going to be another pandemic,” Americans may be certain that the ventriloquist is Dr. Fauci, known for timely pandemic predictions.
“We will definitely get surprised in the next few years,” Dr. Fauci said in January of 2017. “There is no doubt,” Fauci said, that the next administration, that of Donald Trump, would face a surprise infectious disease outbreak.
Dr. Fauci failed to outline any replicated scientific study to back up his prophecy. On the other hand, the longtime National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) boss was active behind the scenes.
In 2012, Dr. Fauci wrote that gain-of-function research, which makes viruses more lethal and transmissible, could trigger a pandemic. Even so, Fauci argued that the benefits outweighed the risks. Medical scientists disagreed.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) barred gain-of-function research in 2014 and in 2017, as Nature put it, the federal government lifted “the ban on risky pathogen research” and the NIH “will again fund research that makes viruses more dangerous.” In 2016, Fauci funded gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, linked to the Chinese military, and unaccountable to Americans. --->READ MORE HERE
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D.C. ends coronavirus contact tracing effort, laying off 131 workers:
The D.C. Health Department has terminated 131 members of its coronavirus contact tracing program, a spokesperson confirmed Thursday, marking the official end of a city program started more than two years ago to curtail the virus’s spread.
Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) launched the “D.C. Contact Trace Force” in April 2020, with a mandate to interview residents who had tested positive for the virus and learn the severity of their symptoms, potential close contacts and places they visited while infectious. Then, through phone calls and home visits, members of the force sought to advise people who might have been exposed to quarantine and seek testing.
The city employed about 65 contact tracers at the start of the pandemic to help stop community spread, but Bowser routed $2.3 million of the city’s contingency cash reserves to the program a month later to bolster staffing. At its peak, the force included 430 contact tracers, said D.C. Health’s director of emergency response Patrick Ashley — a mix of individuals with public health credentials and others who were trained on the job.
The team was down to 153 members at the beginning of June, Ashley said.
The department said 131 of those 153 tracers were laid off Thursday, 19 were hired into vacant positions, and three others were detailed to another District agency. --->READ MORE HERE
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