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IATF has Extended Covid-19 Alert Level 2 for Regions Not Meeting Vaccine Targets. Masking is Dangerous, It Causes Miscarriages. Global Warming and Rice.
The Philippines IATF, after meeting with the DOH OIC has issued Resolution No. 6-C placing 26 areas under Covid-19 alert level No. 2 from 15-30 April 2023. Headlines screamed that new alert levels were being imposed. Were these newly implemented levels?
They weren’t new restrictions / newly upgraded alert levels. The DOH had to clarify as the populace asked why are levels being imposed in the face of such very low case and death rates?
SunStar got it right: the alert level is based on C19 vaccine uptake and does not reflect active cases or deaths.
Current cases and deaths in the Philippines are very low. Why is vaccination still being pushed in the face of a mild non-threatening illness.
MASKING IS DANGEROUS! DETRIMENTAL! HARMS THE MOST VULNERABLE THE MOST!
All the bad press about masking is only getting worse as more studies come out. Masking causes damage to the most vulnerable in the population. Including pregnant women, children, the ill, the elderly. Insanely women are still forced to wear masks during active labor. Elevated CO2 levels are linked with testicular dysfunction, still births and miscarriages, and result in cognitive deficits in children.
Discussed here for those wanting more inputs.
RICE RESPONSIBLE FOR AND AFFECTED BY CLIMATE CHANGE
Rice is one of the most common starchy foods consumed in the Philippines. Rice is often eaten with just a little “ulam” - or viand, which are side dishes of soup, vegetables and/or meat that will be eaten with rice. For those with no money rice may sometimes be eaten plain with just salt or soy sauce for flavoring.
Tagalog (Filipino language) has many words for rice; bigas - the milled rice seed, palay - the rice plant, and also used to refer to the unhusked rice seed after harvesting but before processing, kanin - the rice ready for eating. Every dialect has it’s own words.
Palay drying on the side of a road. A common sight after rice harvest in many regions of the Philippines. The farmers spread the rice every morning to be dried by the sun, then gather or sweep it up and put it into bags every night.
Availability of rice is always a concern. Free rice was used as an incentive to help drive Covid-19 vaccination uptake.
Rice is now being targeted both as being affected by and contributing to global warming. Rice hurts the planet?
The articles state that rising temperatures benefit rice up to a point, after which yields decrease. The existence of climate change is a topic for a different article. However, a much more pertinent factor is the availability and affordability of fertilizers which are used in intense rice production. Lack of fertilizers will certainly affect production.
President Marcos assures Filipinos that there will be sufficient rice available, and in case of shortage that rice will be imported. If there is shortage worldwide, then rice may not be available for import at a price the market can afford.
Data Blackout in the Philippines?
Data is needed to evaluate outcomes of the Covid-19 vaccines and the pandemic measures. Not having data to support policy and action, is like driving a car without headlights through a forest in the dead of night! A very dangerous activity! Yet little to no data on population and now even vaccination outcomes is available.
2021 data to date is incomplete (2021 data was released as of 31 March 2022).
2021 death data is not broken down by city, as was prior usual practice, it is only shown by province.
2022 data has only been provided “as of 30 November 2022”, with still limited data.
No 2023 data has been released yet.
DOH has stopped updating tracked C19 vaccine data on its dashboard as of 16 March 2023.
Talking of hiding data, why does OWID still not show any 2022 population data even by now when most countries have already released their data? Their population projections are surely very far off given increasing excess deaths and falling birthrates worldwide.
Prof Sucharit Bhakdi Message to Asia
Link to Prof Sucharit Bhakdi’s Wake Up Asia Message - about the 3 goals of the people who run the plandemic. We should pay attention!