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While class action lawsuits are not an option in most of the world, Fuellmich and his colleagues want to go to court in the United States or Canada, where this special type of lawsuit is a regular part of legal practice.

This class action lawsuit can then be joined by “all affected parties worldwide.”

Health care providers must report “within three hours.” Three hours! The price of non-compliance? “Civil penalties of up to $2,000 per day.” No mention in the advisory of privacy safeguards or limits on what can be done with the information. Medical professionals in New York understand the need for Covid-19 testing, but concerns are mounting that Cuomo is using a March state of emergency declaration to trample patient rights

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The first batch of the Russian vaccine against COVID-19, developed by the Gamaleya Centre, has already been made available for public use, the Russian Health Ministry said early on Tuesday.

The second batch of Sputnik V vaccine for public use is already being produced in the Gamaleya Centre, Alexander Gintsburg, the director of the research institute said in an interview on Tuesday.

Gintsburg stated that each batch of the vaccine must first gain approval from federal healthcare authorities before being distributed to the population.

Questions on Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine Answered, Time for Critics to Look for Plank in Own Eyes Earlier, the Russian Health Ministry stated that the first batch of the Russian vaccine had been released for public use.

On 11 August, the Russian Health Ministry registered the first vaccine against COVID-19, named Sputnik V, developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute.

The vaccine is a two-component treatment based on the human adenovirus, which, according to scientists, makes people develop immunity to the virus for at least two years.

After registration, at least 20 countries, including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Philippines, Mexico, Brazil and India, have expressed their interest in obtaining the vaccine.

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President Trump is expected to announce on Sunday evening a “major therapeutic breakthrough” on the novel coronavirus, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted.

“News conference with President realDonaldTrump at 6 pm tonight concerning a major therapeutic breakthrough on the China Virus,” she tweeted late Saturday, adding that Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Stephen Hahn would attend the event.


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With all the rioting going in in Democrat cites being encouraged by the Democrats you would be forgiven for thinking that they no longer support social distancing and that everyone should get out and vote in person. After all you are out there everyday, returning to work, running errands, shopping and being harassed for not waring a mask that is only required when you shop, but not when you protest.

If you are unemployed, a minority and non-white, you are likely wondering why the Democrats are encouraging you to protest and riot, surely they are there to protect you from catching COVID-19! 

Why did Nancy Pelosi feel that the house should go off on holiday without first approving your stimulus check so that you can survive without a job? But can not recall the House to pass legislation so that the USPS can assist the Democrats casting doubts on the Election Results in November.  

Nancy did not care much to get your stimulus checks passed, still does not care to get them past while the house is recalled.

It appears that the Democrats know they are going to lose this election in November and they are preparing in any way possible to steal the election or to create a mechanism that will allow them to question and cast doubt on who the victor was for yeas to come, I am sure they will be calling Trump an illegitimate president should he win in November. 

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While the vast numbers of nursing home deaths have been the greatest horror of the coronavirus crisis, the system operated by California’s Department of Veterans Affairs has been a rare bright spot.

Across the country, at least 43,000 nursing home residents have died of the coronavirus.

New York’s coronavirus death toll in nursing homes, already among the highest in the nation, could actually be a significant undercount. Unlike every other state with major outbreaks, New York only counts residents who died on nursing home property and not those who were transported to hospitals and died there.

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The board of directors and bargaining team for the union representing teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District is recommending campuses remain closed when the new school year begins Aug. 18, and the union as a whole is expected to take the same stance.

United Teachers Los Angeles wants the district to focus on online classes for the fall semester.

Read through the document, it is a complete political statement and agenda to gain more money, more money, more money. 


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Study: Hydroxychloroquine decreased the COVID-19 mortality hazard ratio by 66 percent and the anti-malarial with the antibiotic azithromycin decreased the ratio by 71 percent, researchers said.

The study found 13 percent of those who received hydroxychloroquine alone died compared to 26.4 percent who didn’t receive the drug.

The vast majority of patients were given the drug within 48 hours of admission.

“Our analysis shows that using hydroxychloroquine helped saves lives,” neurosurgeon Dr. Steven Kalkanis, senior vice president and chief academic officer of the health system, said in a statement. “As doctors and scientists, we look to the data for insight. And the data here is clear that there was benefit to using the drug as a treatment for sick, hospitalized patients.”

Patients who received hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin also had a lower mortality than people who received neither, as did patients who received azithromycin.

“The findings have been highly analyzed and peer-reviewed,” added Dr. Marcus Zervos, division head of Infectious Disease for Henry Ford, who co-authored the study with epidemiologist Dr. Samia Arshad.

Researchers conducted a retrospective analysis of over 2,500 patients hospitalized between March 10 and May 2 in the Henry Ford Health System in Michigan. Over 2,000 of the patients were given hydroxychloroquine or the anti-malarial with azithromycin, an antibiotic.

None of the patients experienced side effects, researchers said, although patients who were monitored for a heart condition were recommended not to take the treatment.

The median age of patients was 64. The group was 51 percent male and 56 percent African-American.

The conclusions came from a peer-reviewed study that was published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases.

Hydroxychloroquine and the closely related chloroquine have been closely scrutinized since President Donald Trump touted them earlier this year as potential treatments for COVID-19.

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They want you to believe that 43,000 deaths overwhelmed the US healthcare system 😂 at a time when less people are dying in America.


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Crowded shelters and the vicious flu brew perfect storm for the homeless.

For the homeless — who deal with higher rates of chronic illness, fewer resources and crowded conditions in shelters — catching the flu can be a matter of life or death. 

People experiencing homelessness are especially vulnerable during Pandemic Influenza, and are often subject to discrimination during recovery. Too often resources are prioritized for people who were displaced from their homes.

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