As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, there is more controversy than clarity when it comes to issues like lockdowns, vaccines, immunity and origin. What do we really know, and what is still a mystery? Today, we cut through rumor and misreporting in a special interview at the key military research lab for fighting infectious diseases […]
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, there’s more controversy than clarity when it comes to issues like lockdowns, vaccines, immunity and origin. Dr. John Dye, the lead virologist at the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases answered some of our questions. Q: What’s the difference between a different “variant” and a different “strain” […]
Summary: Virologist Dr. John Dye of the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases gives the government’s latest thinking on COVID-19 vaccines, immunity, asymptomatic spread, and origin.
Did you know: When the first two Covid-19 vaccines were approved for emergency use they were proven effective for most people, but only anywhere from two weeks to two months? Will you need booster shots soon? What's an RNA vaccine, and why do you need two doses? What's the difference between the first two RNA […]
Top government virologist Dr. John Dye answers a variety of questions you might want to ask yourself on this week's episode of Full Measure.
At least 9 deaths after the Covid-19 vaccine in 6 countries are being investigated or have already been examined. Health officials say that, so far, there is no reason to think the deaths are connected to the shots. However, they say they're taking every precaution to conduct thorough reviews, particularly since the vaccine is being […]
Seventeen percent (17%) of people who answered the latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com say they have been diagnosed with Covid-19. About 2,400 responded to the question: "Have you been diagnosed with COVID-19?" Fourteen percent (14%) of them reported "mild" or "no" symptoms. Three percent (3%) said they became "very ill." Among those who say they […]
The online Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is where medical professionals and patients can report issues following vaccination. The mere reporting of an illness following vaccination doesn't mean the illness was caused by the vaccine, but all reactions are supposed to be reported so that analysts can ultimately determine if a particular vaccine might […]