NEWS: SEPTEMBER 24 – 2021

 

NEWS SEPTEMBER 24 – 2021

 

 

 

Cases Are Down 60% in Denmark Since the Government Lifted All COVID Restrictions

 

Cases Are Down 60% in Denmark Since the Government Lifted All COVID Restrictions

Some nations, such as Denmark, are finally coming to grips with this reality.
“Denmark today is free of COVID restrictions—though not COVID-19—because Danish leaders arrived at the prudent and sensible conclusion that Danes must live with the coronavirus, which cannot be defeated or extinguished through central planning,”

Link: NOQ REPORT

 

 

 

Some Vaccines Last a Lifetime. Here’s Why Covid-19 Shots Don’t

 

Some Vaccines Last a Lifetime. Here’s Why Covid-19 Shots Don’t

 

Citing data from the San Francisco Department of Health, the NIH, and the CDC, the Journal compares the window of immunity between vaccines for different diseases. It found that while Measles lasts for life, Chickenpox and Hepatitis A persist for 20 years, and HPV and Tetanus endure for 10, the experimental COVID-19 injections do not impress, ranking lower than the yearly Influenza shot at less than six months.

On Sept. 22, a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine appeared to confirm that protection from COVID-19 granted by Moderna’s injection persisted within a median follow-up time of 5.3 months.

Link: THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

 

 

 

CDC Recommends COVID-19 Booster Vaccine for Group That Advisory Panel Did Not

 

CDC Recommends COVID-19 Booster Vaccine for Group That Advisory Panel Did Not

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) overrode its vaccine advisory panel early Friday and said people as young as 18 who have certain jobs or living situations may get a COVID-19 vaccine booster.

The move means millions of more Americans may get a booster shot, even though experts during a meeting said there was not enough data to support boosters for many younger people.

Link: THE EPOCH TIMES

 

 

 

CDC Panel Recommends Boosters for Seniors, People at ‘High Risk’ From COVID-19

 

CDC Panel Recommends Boosters for Seniors, People at ‘High Risk’ From COVID-19

 

A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) panel on Sept. 23 unanimously recommended COVID-19 vaccine boosters for several large populations, including those 65 and older, though members voted down another recommendation.

Panel members unanimously recommended a single Pfizer booster for people aged 65 and older and long-term care facility residents of any age above 18.

Link: THE EPOCH TIMES

 

 

 

Samsung, Toshiba continue to withdraw from China

 

Samsung, Toshiba continue to withdraw from China

 

The corporate management division of Toshiba Corporation Japan in Dalian, China, announced that on Sept. 30, it would close the factory. Toshiba Dalian factory will lay off more than 1000 employees. In addition, Samsung’s shipyard in Ningbo will close, causing thousands of employees to protest, demanding reasonable compensation.

According to many mainland Chinese media channels, citing an employee with nearly 20 years working at Toshiba Dalian factory, on Aug. 13, the factory management summoned a congress with about 1000 participants. It said the factory would close on Aug. 30 and announced a plan for employees to quit.

Link: THE BL

 

 

 

Aurora James the designer of AOC’s ‘Tax the Rich’ outfit accused of owing close to $130,000 in taxes

 

Aurora James the designer of AOC’s ‘Tax the Rich’ outfit accused of owing close to $130,000 in taxes

 

The ‘Tax the Rich’ Met Gala dress worn by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is still vivid in everyone’s memory. However, as more information about the garment becomes available, the emphasis changes to the designer, Aurora James.

James has been exposed for failing to pay taxes owed by her company. With the New York Post reporting that James owes close to $130,000 in taxes, it’s understandable that people are curious about her net worth.

Link: THE BL

 

 

 

Chinese University Student Allegedly Raped by Police Officer Demands Justice; Reveals Horrid Practices in Beijing Hospital

 

Chinese University Student Allegedly Raped by Police Officer Demands Justice; Reveals Horrid Practices in Beijing Hospital

 

On Sept. 14, a university graduate from Beijing, Zhang Xiaoning, held a sign outside the United Nations during the 76th United Nations General Assembly, asking for justice for herself and punishment for the police officer who allegedly raped her.

The sign read, “Severely punish the Beijing policeman who raped me! Give me justice! Beijing petitioner: Zhang Xiaoning.”

While in Beijing she contacted the Beijing police for help, but instead of receiving help she was arrested, injected with drugs, and raped by a police officer in the Shuangjing police station in Beijing’s Chaoyang district.

Link: VISIONTIMES

 

 

 

China Evergrande Auditor Gave Clean Bill of Health Despite Debt

 

China Evergrande Auditor Gave Clean Bill of Health Despite Debt

 

PwC didn’t include a going-concern warning in its annual report for the ailing property developer

Last year as China Evergrande Group ’s stock and bond prices seesawed, it offered deep discounts to keep sales growing during the pandemic and the government effectively said it had borrowed too much.

Yet the property developer’s auditor gave it a clean bill of health in an annual report issued this spring.

Link: THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

 

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