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Month: January 2021

Norway revises Covid vaccination guide after death of elderly due to adverse reactions, but refuses alarmism

Norway’s National Institute of Public Health has revised and changed the vaccination guide for the new coronavirus following 23 reported deaths of elderly people associated with adverse reactions to the

WHO says asymptomatics should repeat test if positive

The new WHO guidelines for PCR tests recommend that they be used as an aid to diagnosis. “Most PCR assays are indicated as an aid for diagnosis, therefore, health care

EMA and FDA: Covid Vaccine is cleared but not approved. What is the difference?

The FDA has authorised the distribution of the vaccines created by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech in the United States, but has not approved them. “There is no U.S. Food and

Seven popular but mistaken ideas about the pandemic

1- A positive PCR test corresponds to an active infection by the virus In fact a positive PCR test can only confirm the presence of part of the virus, it

Controversial report says Covid-19 has not increased the number of elderly deaths in the US. Figures are the same as in other years

“Covid-19 has not increased the number of deaths of older people in the United States,” and “the percentage of deaths among all age groups remains relatively the same”, before and

New variant: cause for concern or exaggerated alarmism?

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson reported that a new variant of SARS-CoV-2 has been detected in England, possibly up to 70% more transmissible than the previous one. This news was
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