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Warning: The COVID Jabs Are Administered Incorrectly

In the featured video above, retired nurse lecturer John Campbell, Ph.D., reviews research1 showing that intravenous injection of mRNA COVID shots can induce acute myopericarditis in mice. As it turns out, most health professionals in the U.K. and U.S. are administering the COVID shots incorrectly, thereby raising the risk of serious side effects such as… Read More »

Journalists Examine Vaccination Rates Among Student Nurses and in Covid Hot Spots

Contributing writer and former KHN correspondent Michelle Andrews discussed difficulties in providing clinical training to student nurses who refuse to get vaccinated on CBS News on Thursday. KHN Colorado correspondent Rae Ellen Bichell discussed San Juan County, Colorado, one of the most vaccinated places in the U.S. on KUNC’s “Colorado Edition” on Tuesday and Colorado… Read More »

Merck to Ask FDA for Emergency Approval of Its New Antiviral Pill for COVID

Robin Foster, HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Oct. 1, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. said Friday that it will seek federal approval for emergency use of its new antiviral pill molnupiravir, after a clinical trial showed the drug halved the risk of hospitalization or death when given to high-risk people shortly after infection… Read More »

How Accurate Are At-Home Covid Tests?

The Coronavirus Pandemic liveCovid-19 Updates Coronavirus Map and Cases Your Booster Shot Questions, Answered Vaccine Mandate Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story How Accurate Are At-Home Covid Tests? If you test positive in an at-home Covid test, you’re very likely carrying the virus. Demand for at-home rapid antigen tests… Read More »