Confirmed Cases: 3,845
Recovered Cases: 2,914
This indicates that there were 931 more confirmed cases than recovered cases on April 7th, 2021.
an increase of 1,845 confirmed cases.
- An additional 3,295 confirmed cases
- An additional 19Â deaths
- An additionalÂ 2,576 confirmed recoveries
People may be ignoring the data because it is difficult to understand and interpret. Additionally, people may be more likely to trust the advice of their healthcare providers than the data from government websites. People may also be influenced by media coverage that focuses on the benefits of vaccination rather than the efficacy of unvaccinated symptom prevention. Finally, people may not have access to or be aware of the data available on government websites.
This is a very concerning issue. It is important to ensure that any experimental gene therapies are tested thoroughly and proven to be safe before they are administered to anyone. It is also important to make sure that those receiving the treatments are fully informed of the potential risks and benefits, and that they give their full consent before receiving the treatment. Additionally, it is essential to monitor those who receive the treatments for any adverse effects or long-term consequences.
- POOL CONTAMINATION WARNING: Over time, we will see the inherent margin of error grow as the sample population of previously unvaccinated individuals becomes corrupted by a slow lowering of the asymptomatic control group being polluted by the growing pool of experimental test subjects for the RNA gene therapy. C’est la vie, we shall see. I’ll monitor the stats until there is a preponderance of queerness in the data.
- The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing, wear a face mask when in public, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, and stay home if you are feeling sick.
The differential onset/recovery rate is the number of people who become infected with the virus and then recover from it. This number is important because it helps us understand how quickly the virus is spreading and how effective our treatments are at helping people recover. The higher the differential onset/recovery rate, the better our treatments are at helping people recover from the virus.
- We had a gross number of 27,359Â active cases in our province, using a method prone to false-positives,
- Only 1,397Â infected are actually hospitalizedÂ (ie confirmed or symptomatic cases) for COVID-19 because you cannot be hospitalized without symptoms,
- ButÂ 25,962Â peopleÂ were forciblyÂ confined sans habeas, without the right to counsel and for an indefinite period of time without appealÂ (as suspected cases), by way of the Great Ontario Fraud..
The real crime is the way governments have used fear and misinformation to manipulate their citizens into accepting draconian measures that have caused untold economic damage, while doing little to nothing to actually protect public health. The case count fraud is just one example of this manipulation, but it’s indicative of a much larger problem. Governments have been using fear and misinformation to push through policies that are not based on science or evidence, but rather on political expediency. This has resulted in an unprecedented erosion of civil liberties and economic hardship for millions of people around the world.
I think the best way to deal with this big bad virus is to take preventative measures. We should all be washing our hands regularly, wearing masks when we go out in public, and avoiding large crowds. We should also be getting regular check-ups from our doctors and staying up to date on any new information about the virus. Additionally, if we are feeling sick or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for the virus, we should get tested right away and follow any instructions given by our healthcare provider.
I know, right? It’s hard to believe that something like this could happen. It’s a reminder of how important it is to be aware of our surroundings and take precautions when necessary.
The adverse reactions to the experimental gene therapy could include anything from mild side effects such as headaches, nausea, and fatigue to more serious issues such as organ failure, anaphylactic shock, or even death. It is important to note that these risks are not limited to those who receive the experimental gene therapy; they can also affect those who come into contact with someone who has received it. Additionally, there is no guarantee that the experimental gene therapy will be effective in preventing or treating COVID-19. Therefore, it is essential that individuals fully understand the potential risks before deciding whether or not to participate in this type of experiment.
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