Covid Treatments Exist, No Need for Lockdown

By Enza Ferreri Italian doctor Dr Riccardo Szumski has been a General Practitioner, what used to be called a family doctor, for 40 years, and for 26 years he’s been involved in the local government of his town, Santa Lucia di Piave in North-East Italy: both mayor for 4 times and deputy mayor. He is […]

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World Health Organization: No To Vaccine Passports

By Enza Ferreri At the present time, it is WHO’s position that national authorities and conveyance operators should not introduce requirements of proof of COVID-19 vaccination for international travel as a condition for departure or entry, given that there are still critical unknowns regarding the efficacy of vaccination in reducing transmission. In addition, considering that […]

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Eerie 2019 Predictions of Coronavirus Obsession

By Enza Ferreri This post on the blog of Italian journalist and writer Aldo Maria Valli that I present here after translating it was published on 29 March 2019, but that is exactly what makes it so interesting: it is incredibly accurate in its predictions, which were meant not literally but ironically, and gives us […]

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Is Lockdown the Way to Never Defeat Coronavirus?

By Enza Ferreri It seems to me that this lockdown could be never-ending. I don’t think that anything like this, such an incredible measure to imprison an innocent, predominantly healthy population for such a long time, has ever occurred before. It would appear like a first in human history. The rationale behind the lockdown restrictions […]

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Italian Nobel Candidate: It’s Not Sure This Virus Exists

By Enza Ferreri   Dr. Stefano Scoglio, Ph.D., B.Sc., 2018 Candidate Nobel Prize in Medicine, is one of the increasing number of medical doctors and researchers who doubt the reality of the claimed “isolation” of the SARS-Cov-2 virus and the validity of the RT-PCR (Reverse Transcriptase – Polymerase Chain Reaction) test supposedly able to detect […]

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People Locked up at Home Go Crazy

By Enza Ferreri The first rule to help a depressed person is to say: “get out of the house”, while to create a depressed person you have to say: “stay at home”. This is the essence of the message of Silvana De Mari, a well-known Italian medical doctor specialized in general surgery and endoscopy of […]

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Italian Doctor 2: Covid Tests Shambles, Overdiagnoses

In the previous post Italian Doctor: in Covid I Acted as Usual, I Had No Death or ICU Hospitalization we reported, translated from Italian, the first part of an interview that an Italian doctor, Dr. Maria Grazia Dondini, general practitioner in Monterenzio, in the province of Bologna, gave to the website La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana […]

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Italian Doctor: in Covid I Acted as Usual, I Had No Death or ICU Hospitalization

Does anybody remember when, almost a year ago now, they were telling us that the lockdown and self-isolating were just temporary measures not so much intended to beat the pandemic as to “flatten the curve”, namely to prevent or keep under control the spike in the numbers of new contagions, so that, by spreading new […]

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Is Covid Second Wave Real or Bad Testing Makes It Appear Real?

By Enza Ferreri How dangerous is the novel Coronavirus? Opinions differ on the matter, but this is a general question which is not even the most important issue at the moment. The most pressing question now is: is the much-taunted and long-predicted “second wave” of this autumn based on sound evidence or is it a […]

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Italy Lockdown Models Not as Reliable as Thought

Italy started easing its coronavirus lockdown restrictions from 5 May. The previous day, 4 May, the Imperial College London released a study which made predictions on the effects in Italy of the new measures introduced. (All references are at the end.) The predictions considered two hypothetical main scenarios, differing in the increase in mobility of […]

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