A new mutation of SARS-CoV-2 has a much nastier secret weapon than the last few.
It's our COVID anniversary, and to reflect upon the last year of lockdowns, government incompetence and corruption, and the suppression of safe, cheap, effective treatments during a pandemic, we are reopening COVID Candy to the public FOR A LIMITED TIME. The information below is largely outdated and is here for entertainment and retrospective purposes only.
Underwater mask! For those who take the #COVID19 threat seriously pic.twitter.com/wa4LQHWDWz...Read More
So much around this novel virus has been a mystery, but there is one thing that everyone agreed on...Read More
Inconvenienced by mask regulations, but really want to go out to eat in an airborne plague?...Read More
Ivermectin is “the wonder drug” from Japan, discovered in the late 1970s. Derived from a single microorganism found in Japanese soil, ivermectin was originally introduced as a veterinary drug and used widely in agricultural applications. It was quickly adopted to combat river blindness and other parasitic infections and distributed to billions of people around the world, effectively eradicating these scourges. An anti-parasitic, ivermectin is used to treat onchocerciasis, head lice, scabies, and many other types of parasite infections. It is also used externally to treat eczema.Read More
If you do not have any stomach, bowel or kidney conditions, this is all you need. 55mg per kilogram of body weight, per 3 hours, including (especially!) during sleep, will keep you alive, halt all progression, and leave you...Read More
WHO: “We can only defeat this #2019nCoV outbreak with global solidarity, and that starts with collective participation in global surveillance”
"We reiterate our call to all countries not to impose restrictions that unnecessarily...Read More
Italy launched “hug a Chinese” campaign to fight coronavirus induced racism Coronavirus induced...Read More
WHO: Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in #Wuhan, #China.
Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of...Read More