Tag Archives: COVID

Image that sums up UK COVID ‘catastrophe’

It’s a disturbing sight now occurring outside major British hospitals – queues of ambulances filled with patients unable to access the wards amid a surge in coronavirus cases as a new, more contagious, strain sweeps through the country. Britain’s new peak in cases has been labelled an emerging “catastrophe”. The strain is not more deadly… Read More »

COVID Conflicts: Asymptomatic Testing, Lack of Danger to Kids

Ivor Cummins is a biochemical engineer with a background in medical device engineering and leading teams in complex problem-solving. On his website, TheFatEmperor.com,1 he offers guidance on how to decode science to transform your health. In a podcast from December 11, 2020, he interviewed Dr. Reid Sheftall about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Sheftall… Read More »

Super COVID strain surfaces in SA

A super infectious strain of COVID-19 that emerged in the United Kingdom has been identified in South Australia for the first time. Health authorities said the infection had been included in previously reported numbers, and further testing confirmed it was the mutated virus. In a statement released on Sunday evening, SA Health said the case… Read More »

I’m living with HIV and have had the COVID vaccine

I’m fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Isn’t that an extraordinary statement? Twelve months ago nobody had heard of COVID-19. Yet here I am with vaccine-induced antibodies that provide a significant level of protection against a virus that has caused so much illness, death, grief, hardship and loneliness, and made 2020 miserable. I still can’t quite believe… Read More »

COVID antibody drugs from Lilly and Regeneron won’t do much to boost their top lines: analysts

When Eli Lilly won emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 antibody drug, bamlanivimab, earlier this week, beating Regeneron to the finish line in a closely watched race, it was viewed as both good news and bad news. Now that Wall Street analysts have had a couple of days to digest the approval, some have concluded… Read More »