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Health Authorities Recognize Blood Clots (TTS and CVST) as Early as March 2021; Continue...

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In March 2021, the Danish Health Authority suspended the rollout of Vaxzevria, a vaccine for COVID-19 produced by AstraZeneca due to the alarming issues...

Pfizer Document, FDA Corruption, and the Rising Cases of Heart Problems

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Even on their own websites, major government agencies, particularly the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA),...

WHO Pushes for Global “Pandemic Treaty” and Vaccine Passport Program

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On the 24th of January of this year, the first meeting for the “international treaty on pandemic prevention and preparedness” was held. It is...

Hundreds of Military Men and Women Discharged for Not Taking the COVID Jabs 

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The US Navy has recently announced this month that it has discharged 45 servicemen for refusing to get the COVID shot, including those who...

Former Military Official, Gov’t Chief Lawyer Speak Out against “Illegal” Vaccine Mandates

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The former commander of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Southern Luzon Command who retired last July 25 of last year and who...

Experts warn of possible Omicron surge in Luzon; pushing Alert Level 4 in NCR

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To prevent a further increase in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infections, public health expert and former National Task Force (NTF) against COVID-19 special adviser Dr....

Free antigen test, offered to MRT-3 passengers

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Manila, Philippines - Metro Rail Transit Line 3 (MRT-3) will offer a free antigen test to passengers as part of their fight against the...

Sen. Pangilinan tests positive on COVID-19

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Manila, Philippines - Senator Francis Pangilinan on Sunday, January 9, admitted that he had self-isolated from his family after testing positive for coronavirus disease...

BBM’s HQ still close after the number of personnel positive on COVID-19 increases

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Manila, Philippines - The headquarters of Presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. will remain closed in Mandaluyong City after the number of its staff...

Pasig City recorded nearly 2,000 active COVID-19 cases

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Pasig City, Philippines - Following the surge of coronavirus (COVID-19) disease after the holiday season, Pasig City recorded nearly 2,000 active cases of COVID-19...
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