“The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising people to perform repeat, or serial, testing following a negative result on any at-home COVID-19(84) antigen test in an effort to ramp up the fear state leading into the fall flu season.
Meanwhile, Denmark is rolling back its vaccine programs, and Costa Rica has announced that “vaccines are no longer mandatory and any action against someone who does not want to be vaccinated is a violation of the law,” the president emphasized.
While the CDC has just released revised guidelines that lift the requirement to quarantine if exposed to Covid-19(84), the Chinese government has done the exact opposite by locking down millions of citizens who are now confined to their homes as part of their government’s new “Covid Zero” strategy.
In this video, Dan Dicks of Press For Truth covers the latest Covid-19(84) news while, most importantly, also talking about the solutions you can start working on now before it’s too late!” – Press For Truth
Sources referenced by Dan in the video above:
- Penn Live: Was your at-home rapid antigen COVID-19 test negative? Do it again, FDA says
- U.S. Food & Drug Administration: At-Home COVID-19 Antigen Tests-Take Steps to Reduce Your Risk of False Negative: FDA Safety Communication
- Hidden Americans: CDC Ends Covid-19 Restrictions, New Guidance Focused on “Individual Decisions”
- Daily Sceptic: Denmark Ends Vaccination For Under-50s as it Shifts to Treating Covid Like Flu
- Danish Health Authority: Vaccination against covid-19
- Q Costa Rica: Costa Rica announces covid-19 vaccines are not mandatory
- Portsmouth: Covid study calls on pregnant women in the South to help research
- My Prince George Now: Unvaccinated mothers facing up to $50,000 in maternity leave repayment to BC Government
- University Of Minnesota Center For infectious Disease Research and Policy: Study: Pfizer COVID vaccine efficacy wanes 27 days after dose 2 in teens
- Yahoo! News: China’s major Covid challenge as millions plunged into lockdown
- CDC: COVID-19 Vaccines While Pregnant or Breastfeeding
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