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Georgia Mom Rips School Board Over Mask Rules

A Georgia mother of three went viral this week after she sounded off on her children's school board continuing its mask mandate through next year.

India’s Crematoriums Overwhelmed

White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Sunday said the United States is "deeply concerned" by the severe COVID-19 outbreak in India. "We are working around the clock to deploy more supplies and support to our friends and partners in India as they bravely battle this pandemic," Sullivan tweeted.

Cold-War Era Nuclear Test Radiation Showing Up In US Honey

U.S. honey still contains radioactivity dating back to the 1950s. Radiocesium from nuclear weapons testing continues to appear in local plants. The radiocesium is absorbed because of its resemblance to potassium.

Social Distancing Rules “Just Not Reasonable”: MIT

“We argue there really isn’t much of a benefit to the 6-foot rule, especially when people are wearing masks. It really has no physical basis ... "

Cuomo Cites Privacy In Withholding Nursing Home Report

Releasing the documents would “constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy,” the governor’s records access officer, Jaclyn Clemmer, wrote in a letter dated April 15.

GOP Sen.: Stop “Pushing Vaccines”

Sen. Ron Johnson questioned the need for widespread COVID-19 vaccinations, saying in a radio interview "what do you care if your neighbor has one or not?"

Harvard Doctor Says Virus Is Being Spread By Conservatives

KAISER HEALTH NEWS – When Kathryn Watkins goes shopping these days, she doesn’t bring her three young children. There are just too many people not wearing masks in her southern Michigan town of Hillsdale. At some stores, “not even the employees are wearing them anymore,” said Watkins, who estimates about 30% of shoppers wear masks, down from around 70% earlier in the pandemic. “There’s a complete disregard for the very real fact that they could...

“Fauci Was Wrong”

To be clear about this, Fauci was wrong. Even New York Times readers know this. The newspaper has long reported that in a death sense, the virus has always been most associated with very old, and very sick people in nursing homes.

Mormon Sex Therapist Excommunicated

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A sex therapist in Utah who has publicly challenged her faith's policies on sexuality has been kicked out of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints following a disciplinary hearing. Natasha Helfer received a letter Wednesday from a regional church official explaining the reasons for her removal from the Salt Lake City-based church, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. Helfer was disciplined by church leaders in Kansas, where she lived...

13 Patients Dead In Covid Ward Fire

More than a dozen people died when an oxygen-fed fire ripped through a coronavirus ward in a populous western India state.

DeSantis Fights YouTube Over Mask Policy Censorship

Gov. DeSantis said Google and YouTube have not acted as “repositories of truth and scientific inquiry” throughout the covid pandemic but instead as “enforcers of a narrative.” “What we’re witnessing is Orwellian,” DeSantis said. ‘It’s a Big Tech corporate media collusion.”

Double Mutant Virus From India Detected Miles From U.S. Border

At least 10 flights have arrived in Vancouver, British Columbia from Delhi, India, since April 6 with COVID-infected people on board.

Toilets Pose ‘Significant Infection Risk’

Flushing a toilet can generate large quantities of those microbe-containing aerosols depending on the design, water pressure, and flushing power of the toilet.

Vaccinated People Who Get Covid Anyway

NBC NEWS – Two reports of so-called coronavirus breakthrough infections — in which fully vaccinated people get the illness anyway — suggest that the vaccines still offer strong protection against severe disease even in the face of variants. The cases, which were detailed Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine, were those of two women out of more than 400 fully vaccinated study participants who were tested for Covid-19 weekly. Both women developed mild...

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