Covid: old people are dying still

Using historical records from Canada and the U.S., researchers demonstrated that more 28 year old people died during the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic that anyone else. Why? They argue that this increased mortality resulted from an early life exposure to influenza during the previous Russian flu pandemic of 1889–90.

Now, during covid, it is old people who are dying and yet their voice is not being heard.… Go to Article

Immunologist: ‘Sydney’s sleep walking into a catastrophic disaster in January’

And so this is Christmas
For weak and for strong,
(War is over if you want it)
For the rich and the poor ones,
The road is so long.

– John Lennon

“The problem on Christmas Day is you walk in to your family’s household, and grandma and grandpa are there, your parents are there, your aunt who has cancer is there, the kids are there… virtually everybody can catch Omicron, we risk turning Christmas day into a simultaneous super spreader event all across Sydney in thousands of households.Go to Article

Covid confusion – view from a wooden chair

Announcer: This is Ian from 4 PR – voice of the people and we’re presenting a speech given by a registered nurse over the weekend during the anti-vaccination demonstrations in Australia. It is interesting to listen to this speech, whilst it makes a number of very good points about the importance of a community response to the pandemic.… Go to Article