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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Coronavirus, New World Order, Archbishop Vigano SOS

I tend to accept restrictions if they are justifiably motivated by serious health dangers. I must admit, though, that an episode raised my alarm about the motivations of our political leaders when in Lombardy, in Italy, police tried to interrupt a Mass which was attended by 15 people in a large church where they could […]

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Italy Coronavirus Lockdown, No Cars, Pollution Up

It’s so fashionable and radical-chic to blame man, what he creates and what he produces for any environmental disaster, real or imagined, these days. Pollution and anthropogenic climate change spring to mind. During the coronavirus lockdown, which in Italy has strongly reduced car traffic in cities and country, these theories of how our air is […]

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Italy Covid-19 Possible Breakthrough, Heparin Drug

The mistake pretty much everywhere has been treating seriously-ill Covid-19 patients with ventilators, which requires a highly-invasive surgery for intubation, the insertion of a tube attached to artificial ventilation into the trachea, and didn’t achieve a good rate of success. The hypothesis has now started to make headway that the main cause of death is […]

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Coronavirus, Meningitis Tell Us Without Borders We Die

While all the attention is on Coronavirus, soon, specifically Friday 24 April, is World Meningitis Day 2020. Meningitis is a disease of generally infectious origin. Meningitis Risk from African Migration to Italy Italian doctor Alessandro Meluzzi, while speaking on the topic of coronavirus, also said: I want to remind everyone present of something that nobody [...]
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Italy: How a Coronavirus Crisis Became a Disaster

Now that Italy has become the second country in the world after only China for number of Coronavirus cases, its number of confirmed infections has almost doubled in a couple of days from 5,061 on Saturday 7 March to 9,172 on Monday 9 March, and the whole country has been placed under lockdown, more than […]

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Italy: Racism Fear Stops Coronavirus Vital Quarantine

Italy is now the third country in the world for the number of infections caused by Coronavirus, after China and South Korea. I know that, for the blog of a travel website like this, talking about the spread of a disease – although we still don’t know what’s going to happen either in Italy or […]

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If You Can Keep Your Appointments, Thank the Church

So, 2020 is a leap year, hence it has the extra day just elapsed, 29 February. The Catholic Church has created the calendar that mostly approaches perfection, and we owe this to faith. The date of Easter gave birth to the calendar destined to remain a perfect work over the centuries. No civilisation has ever […]

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