NEWS: SEPTEMBER 22 – 2021

 

NEWS SEPTEMBER 22 – 2021

 

 

 

Nearly 15,000 Deaths, More Than 700,000 Injuries Reported to VAERS Since December 2020 Rollout of COVID Vaccines in U.S.

 

Nearly 15,000 Deaths, More Than 700,000 Injuries Reported to VAERS Since December 2020 Rollout of COVID Vaccines in U.S.

 

Data released Sept. 17 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that between Dec. 14, 2020 and Sept. 10, 2021, a total of 701,561 adverse events following COVID vaccines were reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). The data included a total of 14,925 reports of deaths — an increase of 419 over the previous week.

Link: CHILDREN’S HEALTH DEFENSE

 

 

 

Menstrual Changes After COVID-19 Vaccination Should Be Actively Investigated: Reproductive Immunologist

 

Menstrual Changes After COVID-19 Vaccination Should Be Actively Investigated Reproductive Immunologist

 

In an editorial published on Thursday in the British Medical Journal, Dr. Victoria Male said failing to thoroughly investigate reports of menstrual changes after CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus vaccination will likely fuel fears that the vaccines can hurt women’s chances to have children.

According to the editorial, by Sept. 2 more than 30,000 cases of menstrual disorders and unexpected vaginal bleeding after vaccination had been reported in the UK to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s  (MHRA) yellow card surveillance scheme for adverse drug reactions.

Link: THE EPOCH TIMES

 

 

 

Japan Threatens China With Equal Force Over Disputed Senkaku Islands

 

Japan Threatens China With Equal Force Over Disputed Senkaku Islands

 

Tensions, between China and Japan, have reached a new high over the disputed Senkaku Islands.

Recently, after Chinese vessels were seen venturing into Japanese territorial waters, Japan’s defense minister, Nobuo Kishi, warned that any incitement from Beijing would be met with equal resistance.

Link: VISIONTIMES

 

 

 

Evergrande Is China’s Economy in a Nutshell

 

Evergrande Is China’s Economy in a Nutshell

 

Teetering Shenzhen property conglomerate China Evergrande is the Chinese economy in miniature. Both have operated for decades on the principle that it was worth borrowing to build, in Evergrande’s case mostly housing, in China’s case not just apartments, but roads, rail, airports and other infrastructure.

Link: THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

 

 

 

North Carolina Hospital System Suspends Hundreds of Employees After COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

 

North Carolina Hospital System Suspends Hundreds of Employees After COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

 

North Carolina health care system said it suspended hundreds of its employees after the firm implemented a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, adding that workers who refuse to get vaccinated after five days will be fired.

Link: THE EPOCH TIMES

 

 

 

Under Threat of Increased COVID-19 Restrictions, Vaccination Rates Surge in Singapore

 

 

Under Threat of Increased COVID-19 Restrictions, Vaccination Rates Surge in Singapore

 

The Singapore government’s warning that it would impose strict segregation measures on the unvaccinated population of Singapore has had an immediate impact in the country. The warning, issued last month, caused vaccination numbers to surge.

In just two weeks, the percentage of fully vaccinated people in the country jumped from 70 percent to 78 percent. Singapore is one of the leading countries in the world in terms of vaccination rates, however many unvaccinated Singaporeans have been pressured into getting a COVID-19 vaccination in order to avoid being ostracized from society.

Link: VISIONTIMES

 

 

 

Australia: Anger over abrupt construction industry shutdown after COVID-19 lockdown protests

 

Australia Anger over abrupt construction industry shutdown after COVID-19 lockdown protests

 

Construction in Victoria, the second-smallest state in Australia, has been forced into a sudden two-week shutdown over COVID-19 concerns, an anticipated costly move for the industry.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the Victorian government implemented the policy on Monday, Sept. 20.

Victorian Health Minister Martin Foley said as of the beginning of this week, 403 new infections have been linked to the construction industry, involving 186 building sites in the area.

Link: THE BL

 

 

 

In major drug bust, India seizes $2.7 bln of heroin from Afghanistan at port

 

In major drug bust, India seizes $2.7 bln of heroin from Afghanistan at port

 

Nearly three tons of heroin with a street value of $2.7 billion from Afghanistan have been seized from a western Indian port in a major bust, officials said Monday.

Two Indians were arrested after the heroin, which was kept in two containers marked as carrying talc, was found by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) at Mundra Port in the western state of Gujarat, the government agency said.

Link: ALARABIYA

 

 

 

Honey bee swarm kills more than 60 endangered penguins

 

Honey bee swarm kills more than 60 endangered penguins

 

Sixty-three endangered penguins were discovered dead on a beach at the Boulders African penguin colony.

A post-mortem revealed the African penguins suffered several bee stings. Cape honey bees are the main suspects since many dead insects were recovered during preliminary investigations. Penguin samples are still being examined for other “toxicity possibilities and diseases” to rule out other possible causes.

Link: THE BL

 

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