Dr. Fauci to Step Down in December – Nwo Report

https://nworeport.me/2022/08/22/dr-fauci-to-step-down-in-december/

Dr. Anthony Fauci on Monday announced that he will be stepping down in December from his positions as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and chief medical adviser to the president.

He said he plans “to pursue the next chapter of my career.”…

Belgium First to Lock Down Over Monkeypox | The Wentworth Report

https://wentworthreport.com/2022/05/24/belgium-first-to-lock-down-over-monkeypox/

Belgium First to Lock Down Over Monkeypox. By Kevin Downey.

Belgium is the first nation to force people into quarantine over monkeypox, conveniently just in time for the World Health Organization (WHO) meeting at which globalists intend to demand, and will possibly receive, the right to control every aspect of worldwide pandemic response, including censoring those who dare disagree with the unelected officials in charge. …

The virus originates in Africa, though it appears the current outbreak started at a gay fetish festival aptly named “Darklands,” which recently took place in … Antwerp, Belgium. Monkeypox is hard to contract; it seems one can only get it from “close contact” with an infected person.

Where else have we seen a virus that originates in Africa and affects mostly gay men? The correct answer is AIDS.

Darklands is a gay men’s leather fetish, spank, and sex festival. One of the highlights of Darklands is called “Mr. Puppy,” where gay men in leather parade around with gay men dressed as dogs on a leash in a Westminster-ish competition. #GayPride!

If I had to guess, I’d suggest the monkeypox may have been spread at the “Horse Fair,” where “mares” wear only hoods and boots, and “stallions” … uh … ride them. Mares may not refuse sex from any stallion, but they can say no to kissing. Don’t blame me, I didn’t make the rules.

GRAPHIC WARNING: if you go to that last link, you may not like what you read.

According to Metro UK, the virus seems to mostly involve men who have sex with men, though bisexual men can just as easily transfer it to women. …

Monkeypox is rare. It is not easy to contract. If you refrain from sex with men who recently went to Belgium and dressed as a horse, you’re likely to be okay. Most people survive it … There is no vaccine for Monkeypox (not yet anyway, wink wink), but a smallpox shot will offer 85% protection.

“Everybody should be concerned about it,” Biden remarked in South Korea. “We’re working on it hard to figure out what we do.”

Just a hunch, but perhaps we can start by abstaining from group sex with gay men who recently romped around Antwerp dressed as dogs and horses.

Maybe WWIII started a couple of years ago, and the first rounds are biological?

Could the isolation period for COVID-positive cases be cut to five days? What are other countries doing? – ABC News

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-01-19/covid-positive-isolation-period-cut-five-days-considered/100767236

…Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly said he was watching what was going on overseas.

“Some are at seven [days isolation], some are at 10, some are still at 14,” he said.

“And both the CDC in Atlanta and the European equivalent in Stockholm admit there is no evidence behind [the decision to cut isolation periods].

“It is a decision of balance. It’s a decision about workforces and a trade-off with increased transmission in the community.”

New Covid variant: How worried should we be? – BBC News

https://www.bbc.com/news/health-59418127

In a media briefing Prof de Oliveira said there were 50 mutations overall and more than 30 on the spike protein, which is the target of most vaccines and the key the virus uses to unlock the doorway into our body’s cells.

Zooming in even further to the receptor binding domain (that’s the part of the virus that makes first contact with our body’s cells), it has 10
mutations compared to just two for the Delta variant …

This level of mutation has most likely come from a single patient who was unable to beat the virus.

Biden ‘Forgets’ To Close The Southern Border Against ‘Omicron’ Variant

https://www.nationandstate.com/2021/11/27/biden-forgets-to-close-the-southern-border-against-omicron-variant/?amp
Authored by Monica Showalter via AmericanThinker.com,

Much has been made of the news that Joe Biden has shut the door to eight countries over the new ‘omicron’ COVID variant […]

COVID: What we know about the omicron variant

https://m.dw.com/en/covid-what-we-know-about-the-omicron-variant/a-59948143

How dangerous is the new variant?

Researchers are concerned about the new variant because they say it shows an
“extremely” high number of mutations of the coronavirus. They have found 32 mutations in the spike protein. By comparison, the delta variant, which is considered highly infectious, shows eight mutations.

‘Super mutant’ Covid strain triggers emergency response — RT World News

https://www.rt.com/news/541363-mutant-covid-who-emergency/

of mutations has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to convene a special emergency meeting, set to discuss how to address the evolved
variant.
The global health body’s
technical head on Covid-19, Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, announced the
upcoming meeting on Thursday during a livestreamed Q&A session,
saying experts would gather Friday to talk about the new strain, dubbed
B.1.1.529, which has now been detected in South Africa, Botswana and
Hong Kong.

“Our technical advisory group on virus evolution is discussing this with our colleagues in South Africa,” Van Kerkhove said of the new variant, adding “We’re also meeting again tomorrow.”

We’re
calling a special meeting to discuss this, not to cause alarm, but just
because we have the system in place, we can bring these scientists
together and discuss ‘what does it mean?’

Not much is currently known about the newly emerging strain, the WHO
official continued, noting that fewer than 100 full genomic sequences
are available for review. What is known, however, is that the variant
has already been observed to have “a large number of mutations,”
raising questions and concerns over how that will impact diagnostics,
therapeutics and vaccinations. As researchers continue to look into the
strain, Van Kerkhove said it could take several weeks before enough
insight is gained into the impact of the B.1.1.529 strain.

The WHO’s chief scientist, Soumya Swaminathan, pointed to “a number of worrying mutations in the spike protein”
of the South African variant, referring to the biological mechanism
that allows the coronavirus to penetrate host cells and cause
infection.

A professor of clinical microbiology at Cambridge University, Ravi Gupta – who had previously warned of the possibility of “super mutant”
Covid variants – also said his lab work identified two specific
mutations in the new strain that could increase infectivity and reduce
antibody recognition.

Reacting to the WHO’s comments on the new Covid strain, the British government temporarily suspended flights
to six African nations, with Sajid Javid, secretary of state for health
and social care, calling the move a precautionary measure. Israel, too,
said it would bar travelers from South Africa and other countries on the continent.

Tulio de Oliveira, director of the Centre for Epidemic Response and Innovation in South Africa, told
the Financial Times that up to 90% of new infections in the country’s
Gauteng region – which encompasses Johannesburg, a major city – involved
the new variant. He said he recently expressed concerns to the WHO
ahead of its emergency meeting, and that “the key question to be answered is what exactly is the effect on the vaccines.”

READ MORE: Time to consider mandatory jabs in Europe, WHO official says

However,
despite the concerns, Van Kerkhove voiced some optimism during
Thursday’s question-and-answer session, saying the fact the variant was
detected is itself a good sign, as “it means we have a system in place” to quickly identify and tackle new, potentially dangerous strains.

Biggest Covid Delta outbreak hits university town in China — RT World News

https://www.rt.com/news/540278-china-covid-delta-outbreak/

China is facing its biggest surge of the Delta variant of the
coronavirus, putting the zero-case policy to the test. Restrictions were
imposed on a university town in the country’s northeast.
More than 10,000 students
were placed under quarantine after two large dorms were closed down in
the university town of Zhuanghe, which is under the administration of
the city of Dalian in the coastal province of Liaoning in northeastern
China

Overall, more than 230 Covid-19 cases have been recorded in
Dalian, a city of 7.45 million people, since November 4, health
officials said. Rushing to uphold its zero-case strategy, authorities
ramped up restrictions, including road closures, and launched a citywide
mass testing campaign.

The outbreak of the more contagious Delta variant has been linked to
companies that store and handle frozen food, while another cluster of
infections was discovered at a student campus, Chinese media said.

Wu
Liangyou, the deputy director of the National Health Commission’s
disease control and prevention division, said on Sunday that the
outbreak in Dalian was “at a stalemate” and the virus had not spread to other areas.

Thanks
to a combination of vigorous lockdowns, contact tracing and mass
testing, China managed to largely contain the spread of Covid-19 during
the early months of 2020. Since then, authorities have been fighting to
curb virus hotspots appearing in different parts of the country.

According
to a calculation by Reuters based on official data, 1,308 locally
transmitted symptomatic cases were recorded in China between October 17
and November 14, compared to 1,280 such cases during the Delta wave in
the summer.