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Covid Vaccines May Be Needed Regularly, Government Claims

Covid Vaccines May Be Needed Regularly, Government Claims

  Covid vaccines may be needed on a regular basis, the government has announced. In a claim hidden within Boris Johnson’s lockdown-easing roadmap, the government included a target to offer every adult in England their first COVID-19 vaccination dose by 31 July 2021.  However, the report added that “the Government is planning for a revaccination campaign, which is likely to[Read More…]

Experts Reveal There is Only a 10% Chance of Catching Covid-19 From an Infected Household Member

Experts Reveal There is Only a 10% Chance of Catching Covid-19 From an Infected Household Member

The coronavirus is not easily transmitted among members of the same household, according to a study. A report published by researchers from the Massachusetts General Hospital shows that those who live with an infected person only have a 10% chance of catching Covid-19. More than 7,000 homes were studied in the research, which had more than 25,000 people living in[Read More…]

Study Shows Cardboard Contains More Nutrients Than Breakfast Cereal

Study Shows Cardboard Contains More Nutrients Than Breakfast Cereal

A study published by the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor showed that processed cereals are so toxic that you would literally be better off eating the box instead of the cereal. The study was conducted on mice, which were divided into three groups.  Group one received cornflakes and water. The second group were fed the cardboard box the cereal[Read More…]

Scientists raise doubts over coronavirus vaccine

Scientists raise doubts over coronavirus vaccine

Concerns are growing over the safety and efficacy of a Covid-19 vaccine, it has been reported. According to an article published in the scientific journal Nature, researchers have warned that vaccines could “stumble on safety trials, be fast-tracked because of politics or fail to meet the public’s expectations”. Several scientists have expressed concerns about whether the vaccines will clear safety[Read More…]

Pfizer chairman ‘unsure’ whether vaccine will prevent transmission of Covid-19

Pfizer chairman ‘unsure’ whether vaccine will prevent transmission of Covid-19

Uncertainties about whether a person can still transmit Covid-19 after they have been vaccinated still persist, according to Pfizer chairman Albert Bourla. The interview was aired on Thursday, December 3rd in a Dateline programme called ‘Race for a Vaccine: Who Will Get it First?’.  Dateline host Lester Holt asked Bourla if being vaccinated for the virus meant he could still[Read More…]