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BA.2, Long COVID and Q&A 17 on America Out Loud PULSE
The first episode of America Out Loud PULSE is now on podcast networks with Dr. Peter McCullough and Malcolm Out Loud.
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In the first episode: Variant BA.2, Long COVID and Q & A 17 ⏤
Is the US Headed for Another Surge? Read the headline in the Washington Post on March 16. Omicron BA.2 is spreading at home and abroad — just as restrictions are lifting. A surge in coronavirus infections in Western Europe has experts and health authorities on alert for another wave of the pandemic in the United States, even as most of the country has done away with restrictions after a sharp decline in cases.
More mandates? Another surge also may test the public’s appetite for returning to widespread mask-wearing, mandates, and other measures that many have eagerly abandoned as the latest surge fades and spring approaches, experts said.
The White House response: At a briefing, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said about 35,000 cases of BA.2 have been reported in the United States to date. But she offered confidence that “the tools we have — including mRNA vaccines, therapeutics and tests — are all effective tools against the virus.
How can that be if the vaccines are not even effective against the BA.2 variant? We’ll answer that question on the program.
Research showed long COVID is caused by micro blood clots – “Inflammatory micro clots in blood of individuals suffering from Long COVID.” The research was done at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. Researchers found an overload of various inflammatory molecules, trapped’ inside insoluble microscopic blood clots (micro clots) in the blood of individuals suffering from lingering symptoms experienced by individuals with long COVID.
Here are a few examples of the kind of questions that we will address on the program today ⏤
Cynthia ⏤ In the last few months, I have known of several deaths or hospitalizations from blood clots of people with whom I am acquainted. There are some extenuating circumstances, so I am not sure whether to be suspicious if they were from the vaccinations. I believe they were all vaxxed because we are from Massachusetts, and I know that each of the families were big advocates of vaccinations.
1. A 48-year-old obese man had a knee replacement and died suddenly of a blood clot 4 days later.
2. A 52-year-old man who was in a car crash and broke some ribs, was sent to rehab a few days later and died suddenly from a blood clot about 5 days after the accident.
3. A 56-year-old man who had a knee replacement and almost died from a blood clot. He is on a blood thinner, and the doctors have also found that he has a cancerous nodule on his thyroid and a mass on a lymph node.
These anecdotes raise red flags for me. Do they for Dr. McCullough?
Travis ⏤ First off, thank you so much for the time you take to inform the public. You are an inspiration and a leader in dark times! My question is about 2nd generation vaccines. First-generation has failed completely, and they still coerce people into taking, which at this point is an attack on human health. What is your opinion on the companies working on mucosal immunity and new delivery platforms like a Vaxart oral tablet?
Carolyn ⏤ Please tell me what you know about Evoshield for Covid as a monoclonal antibody? My sister has lymphoma non-Hodgkins, and they are recommending the jab but I was wondering if this would be a better option?
Beth ⏤ Could you please explain what reverse transcription is and the new findings of this occurrence in liver cells with the Pfizer vaccine?
Trine ⏤ I have never had the shot, but have encountered covid infection at least twice. My question is about long covid. This fall, my heart started acting weird; the doctors say it’s PVC, nothing to do about it. It was bad, daily attacks of jumping and rolling heart for about three months, then seemed to get better. Come January 2022, round 2 of covid, fever, stabbing headache, followed by debilitating fatigue for two weeks. Then my heart started acting up again. What is going on? And how can I fix it?
Anastasia ⏤ 1. My understanding is that if you have previously had Covid and have natural immunity that if you then get the jab it can somehow cancel out what existing immunity you might have. What if you’ve had two Pfizer shots and a booster, and then two months later, you get Covid? Will you have natural immunity or would the jab have canceled that immunity as well?
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Monday’s with Dr. Marilyn Singleton, Tuesday’s with Dr. Jordan Vaughn and Dr. Stewart Tankersley, Wednesday’s with Dr. Peter McCullough and Malcolm Out Loud, Thursday’s with Dr. Peter Breggin and Ginger Ross Breggin, Friday’s with Dr. James Lyons-Weiler. Discover all the episodes on podcast networks, i.e., Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, Tunein, Stitcher, iHeart. You’ll find them the day after they air on talk radio, available on podcast. Extraordinary voices for extraordinary times.
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