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(NaturalHealth365) With almost 2 years behind us – since the start of the pandemic, studies have come out suggesting that the lockdowns may have actually increased a threat to our children’s immune systems. The whole idea of a lockdown was to keep us isolated and supposedly “safe” from germs that could potentially harm us.
But, what studies are proving is that being exposed to those germs is what builds and supports our immune system, especially in small children. Without a strong immune system, a child is at a higher risk of not being able to fight off even a minor cold or flu.
A simulation took place on December 9th 2021 in Israel. It was about a major cyber security attack on global financial systems. The simulation took place with 9 other countries, the World Bank, as well as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Finance Ministry in Jerusalem. The exercise simulated several scenarios, including sensitive data…
(NaturalHealth365) Demanding for a mandate of a medical product that has known serious adverse reactions – reactions for which the drug’s manufacturers are not liable – is morally questionable, says many critics of COVID shot passports, especially when many effective COVID-19 treatments exist.
But jab mandates aren’t the only pandemic mitigation protocol that have been heavily criticized. Just hear what a Stanford University professor had to say about lockdowns.
“I don’t see how anyone can look at lockdown and say there was successful policy,” said Bhattacharya. “We have had lockdowns in country after country after country. I don’t think by any measure you can call them a success.”