In the U.S., even as the COVID-19 curve appears to have flattened, and death rates for some groups have fallen to almost zero,1 dire warnings about an ominous "second wave" continue. Likewise, Sweden, a country that has handled the pandemic differently than most of the globe, is being chided for its looser restrictions and lack of lockdowns, … [Read more...] about Did Sweden Get COVID Right?
New Delhi: The private sector craves the Centre to bar Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd( HAL) from a [?] 21,000 crore plan to manufacture naval utility helicopters( NUH ), saying that the state-owned company has an undue advantage as it has access to government-funded infrastructure and the ability to cross-subsidise the entreat through other nominated … [Read more...] about Private firms want HAL out of chopper plan
As reported in "Bioweapon Labs Must Be Shut Down and Scientists Prosecuted, " there's mounting evidence recommending SARS-CoV-2 may have been divulged( whether unwittingly or not) from the biosafety level( BSL) 4 laboratory in Wuhan, China. Secretary of State( and former CIA chief) Mike Pompeo has gone on record stating "the coronavirus … [Read more...] about Why Was Wuhan Lab Locked Down When Outbreak Began?
The Chinese Communist Party( CCP) were allegedly ordered more than a hundred million people to go into lockdown after the government failed to stop the coronavirus outbreak originating in their country which has devastated the global economy. " Some 108 million people in China’s northeast region are being plunged back under lockdown … [Read more...] about China Institutes Mass Lockdowns Of More Than 100 Million After Failing To Stop Outbreak, Report Says
I’ve lived in this world of “probably” for the last 19 years. “He’s probably ok.”“He can probably get through the day safely.”“He’s probably going to go low.”“He’s probably going to need extra insulin.”“That’s probably enough food.”And every … [Read more...] about A life of “probably”