All roads lead to vaccines

Belinda Brown

with Meryl Nass http://anthraxvaccine.blogspot.com/

The UK has had the ignominious triumph of having one of the world’s highest death rates. Some see the solution in continuing lockdowns, more testing and ultimately the vaccine. We argue that the solution lies in medical treatments, such as hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin rather than in vaccination. But hydroxychloroquine was ruled out as a potential treatment for covid19 quite early on. This is despite the fact that, when used correctly, it is a highly efficacious treatment. …


Before anyone allows their child to be vaccinated they might like to caste their eye over this fact sheet for health care providers administering the vaccine.

Firstly, we notice that the trials conducted for children were massively smaller than the trials conducted for adults.

For the adult trial 37,586 participants 16 years of age or older were followed for a median of 2 months after the second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. These adults were equally divided between the vaccine and placebo group.

Among children 2,260 participated in the trial and received either the vaccine or placebo. Only 660 children…


The BBC recently reported on the vigour with which India is rolling out its vaccines, whilst reminding us of India’s high rate of infections. But while India has had many infections, the rate of infection compares favourably with the rest of the world. India has also consistently maintained some of the lowest rates of death found anywhere. https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus/country/india

A range of explanations has been put forward. Some suggested that it was because the traditional measures of mask wearing and hand washing had been so rigorously applied. Others suggested that heat and humidity actually made corona viruses less active. …

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