Covid-19 Diary : Thursday 28 October, 2021

A recent study by Pfizer “proved conclusively” that their vaccine is safe for children aged 5 – 11.  The trial involved 2,268 children. None of the children came down with myocarditis.  So, obviously, no risk of this side-effect of the vaccine, right? Ummm – would

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Covid-19 Diary : Sunday 24 October, 2021

It is usually possible to create a study to prove any point at all.  Here are two examples of studies that seem to be valid, but which are probably totally meaningless. The first study, offered as part of the pro-vaccine propaganda; well, I’ll interrupt and

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Covid-19 Diary : Sunday 17 October, 2021

The “one law for them, another for us” concept continues to show itself.  The 30,000 attendees at the World Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland have been exempted from the need to have Covid passports.  Why?  To encourage participation?  Some people might suggest that the

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Covid-19 Diary : Thursday 14 October, 2021

After a carefully managed barrage of positive press over the last couple of weeks, Merck has now requested FDA authorization for their Covid-19 mutagenic drug, molnupiravir.  Noting that the US has already placed a $1.7 billion dollar order for the controversial drug, its approval seems

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Covid-19 Diary : Sunday 10 October, 2021

I’ve been speculating about the improbability of China’s low Covid numbers.  While Hong Kong has not yet been completely assimilated into the “Middle Kingdom” (as China refers to itself) it is becoming ever more tightly a part of China, so it is interesting to note

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Covid-19 Diary : Thursday 7 October, 2021

Wow.  What a week it has been – and it is still Thursday.  I started Monday anticipating a quiet week with not much happening; how wrong I was, and, yes – the ancient Chinese curse of “May you live in interesting times” is definitely applicable.

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Covid-19 Diary : Sunday 3 October, 2021

Can we agree that, and notwithstanding the benefits it conveys, the vaccine has failed to live up to our hopes and dreams?  As I type this, heavily vaccinated Washington State, where I live, is back in some vague degree of lockdown, masks are required indoors

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Covid-19 Diary : Thursday 30 September, 2021

  It is no great surprise that we have the highest number of Covid cases and deaths in the world, because we’re one of the largest countries in the world.  But, after adjusting for population size, and looking at numbers per head of population, we’re

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