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|Posted By: Anthony|
Posted On: 3 days ago
Both the Influenza (flu) and COVID-19 are caused by the corona virus. I noticed that people are not dying from the flu anymore, so to speak. I noticed that both the prime ministers of Canada and the UK had the virus but were fine after quarantine. Prince Charles and William had it and were fine, Donald Trump and his son had it and they are fine, Usain Bolt and Tom Hanks had it and they were fine after quarantine. Apparently if you have COVID-19 there is no treatment, you are merely told to quarantine. The Prime Minister of Jamaica said everyone is going to get COVID-19, so I am not sure why so much emphasis is on the virus. The emphasis should be on government corruption and crime. The amount of people in Jamaica dying from murders is about 6 times the death caused by COVID-19. The so-called pandemic is the murder rate in Jamaica and not COVID-19.
|Posted By: Jeremy Hosue|
Posted On: November 10th
|Why covid is less scary|
I think most of the covid-19 deaths were preventable. Corona virus treatment in the US has gotten to the point where even with a huge number of reported cases but their deaths have not increased to levels they were in april. Their people are spenting less time in the hospital, less go on ventilators and for less time. Comparing that to jamaica where the deaths AND cases seems to follow each other as if treatment is the same as its been since the beginning. I would emplore our govt to look back in the zinc, azythromycin and hydroxychloroquine combo; get into contact with Dr Robin Armstrong out of Texas, he's been treating the elderly with the combo.
Take your zinc and vitamin C
|Posted By: Dave Higgins|
Posted On: October 31st
Although there is much research and talk about a vaccine, there are many unknown factors that cause anxiety. I believe there will be a break-through but in the meantime we should continue to adhere to the protocols as outlined by the Ministry of Health as well as the World Health Organization.