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Jim W. Dean - If Biden wanted to play the great historic president, he could have called for an international commission to investigate ALL bioweapons lab work.
While viruses do escape from laboratories, this is rare. So we concluded it was extremely unlikely this had happened in Wuhan
The WHO’s review found that the Astrazeneca vaccine met the “must-have” criteria for safety, and its efficacy benefits outweighed its risks.
We must not lose our vigilance in the face of new, more rapidly spreading variants of the virus.
The WHO head said that, while the coronavirus was the biggest health emergency since the early 20th century, the international scramble for a vaccine was also “unprecedented”.
“We’ve known since 1946 that coughing and talking generate aerosols,” said Linsey Marr, an expert in airborne transmission of viruses at Virginia Tech.
WHO to Investigate
The number of confirmed virus cases is still growing rapidly not only in the U.S. but in Brazil, South Africa and other countries, especially in Latin America.
According to the World Health Organization’s latest table of COVID-19 vaccines, 124 candidates are at various stages of development with eight different technologies, or platforms.
The statement says that G20 leaders fully support the WHO's effort and intend to bolster its authority on coordinating the coronavirus response, a Kremlin spokesman noted.
...from Russia Today, Moscow - - First published ... April 08, 2020 - - The WHO head Tedros Ghebreyesus has responded to US President Donald Trump’s threat to...
Robert Steele provides a final overview of the fake pandemic and outlines five specific things the President can do to escape from is clearly very thin ice.
Robert David Steele provides a holistic analysis of the fake pandemic and information war against China calling for a full US-China investigation of Bill Gates
Robert David Steele posted a new commentary today, under three minutes, on the nature of the global epidemic of radiation sickness. Within the hour WHO was calling various editors telling them not to allow Steele to express the views of his experts.