… But while the number of infections has climbed steadily for two months, something strange is happening with the UK’s COVID-19 death toll.
The number of death certificates issued which mention COVID-19 has been falling for 20 straight weeks, according to UK Government statistics.…
Comment by tonytran2015: So Victoria has set up a massive quarantine program with no real purpose !
- Annaliese van Dieman said a risk assessment had been done on anyone who left hotel quarantine while waiting for a test result
- She said some people were allowed to leave quarantine even if they were COVID positive at the end of their stay
- Dr van Dieman said the focus of the program was on logistics rather than health
US Issues Sweeping Travel Warning For China & HK: “Arbitrary Detention & Prolonged Interrogations” Tyler Durden Tue, 09/15/2020 – 17:45 In the latest move taking aim at China over the Hong Kong national security law, and part of the broader tit-for-tat being waged between diplomats, the Trump administration is again telling American citizens they are at…
Dr. Fauci Backed Funding for Controversial Wuhan Lab With Millions of U.S. Dollars For Risky Coronavirus Research
Dr. Anthony Fauci, a member of the coronavirus task force, had previously backed funding for a controversial lab in Wuhan, China, that has been studying the coronavirus in bats, reports said.
Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases had shelled out a total of $7.4 million to the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab — which has become the focus of theories about the origin of COVID-19, according to Newsweek.
The National Institutes of Health, which oversees the NIAID, shut down all funding to the lab last week.
“At this time, NIH does not believe that the current project outcomes align with the program goals and agency priorities,” a deputy director at the agency wrote in a letter obtained by Politico.
There is “increasing confidence” among officials in the Trump administration that the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab is the original site of the virus. A report by Fox Newssaid embassy officials warned in January 2018 about inadequate safety there.
The NIH defended its funding of the lab in a statement to Newsweek.
“Most emerging human viruses come from wildlife, and these represent a significant threat to public health and biosecurity in the US and globally,” the statement read.
“Scientific research indicates that there is no evidence that suggests the virus was created in a laboratory.” source
And that’s Dr.Fauci’s story and he is sticking to it. Many of us have connected the dots and realize that Fauci is lying to stay out of jail.
I think that jail would be perfect for the doctor, considering that he is an international terrorist.
CHINESE Whistle Blower Defects to U.S. and Says Covid-19 Was Made in Wuhan Lab — Absolute Truth from the Word of God
Comment by tonytran2015: Everyday it becomes more obvious that there is a hidden agenda by Victorian government:
1/- Tracing is not a priority in the state.
2/- There is no transparent announcement of outbreaks to facillitate tracing, in stark contrast to NSW and QLD.
3/- Curfew had been asked for by neither Chief Health Officer nor Police Commissioner.
4/- Bureaucratic Work permits have been introduced.
5/- Police brutality is used to intimidate the population.
6/- State Premier loves and has extended emergency power.
7/- Reopening targets have been deliberately set too difficult.
The HIDDEN AGENDA is to make the state dependent on Chinese One Belt One Road Initiative the Premier had signed up for.
- Victoria Police has referred the arrest to its internal complaints body
- Lawyer Jeremy King says his client was suffering from mental health issues before the arrest
- He has called for an independent investigation into the arrest to ensure it is done “objectively”
Footage of the man’s arrest was posted to social media, including a moment when one of the officers making the arrest stomps on the head of the man as he lies on the ground, surrounded by other officers.
Robinson and Gill principal lawyer Jeremy King, who is representing the arrested man, said his client had not committed a crime and was being treated for mental health issues at the time of the arrest.
“Really he’s a person that the police should be dealing with in a very unique way,” he said.
By Dan Robitzski – Re-Blogged From Futurism
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the regulatory body that governs nuclear energy, just approved designs for the country’s first scaled-down, low-cost fission reactor.
The small modular reactor (SMR) build by NuScale Power is the first of its kind in the U.S., Scientific American reports, and experts suggest it could revitalize the country’s dormant nuclear energy industry by providing cleaner energy at a more local scale. But there’s a long way to go before any of these reactors can actually be built.
Officers said the “most significant activity” took place at the Queen Victoria Market where protesters chanting “freedom” were met with a heavy police presence…
Scuffles broke out as arrests were made.
A police officer was filmed placing their knee near the neck of one demonstrator as other officers handcuffed him.
When asked whether the tactic was standard police procedure, a Victoria Police spokesman said officers “often have to conduct arrests in highly dynamic circumstances”.
The spokesman said there were between 200 and 250 people involved in the protest activity, and 176 were fined.
“A 44-year-old Burwood East man, believed to be a primary agitator for these protests, remains in police custody and is expected to be charged with incitement,” the spokesman said.
Police said a search warrant would be issued for his home.
The inquiry has heard of a litany of failings within the system, which can be linked to the vast majority of cases in Victoria’s second wave.
Mr Andrews has consistently said he holds ultimate responsibility for the scheme as Premier.
Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said the proportion of new daily cases was “very strongly in favour” of known outbreaks.
He said about 35 per cent of new cases were linked back to aged care outbreaks and about 40 per cent were people who were close contacts of those linked to known outbreaks.
“It is really only 10 to 20 per cent that are unknown-acquisition or mystery cases,” Professor Sutton said.
Businesses have mounted a campaign for industry to reopen sooner than the current roadmap out of restrictions allows.
The state is forecast to record an unemployment rate of 11 per cent in the December quarter, and there are fears some businesses will not be able to afford to reopen once restrictions lift.
Opposition Leader Michael O’Brien said the $3 billion package was not enough.
“Daniel Andrews is going to be responsible for the destruction of so many businesses and so many jobs,” he said.
Mr O’Brien said businesses “don’t want welfare” … they just want to safely reopen”.
He also criticised the Government for ignoring sole traders and repeated his calls for a royal commission into how Victoria had handled the