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Vaccines Caused 1918 "Spanish Flu" Which Killed Millions


US Vaccines Caused ‘Spanish Flu’. “It was a common expression during the war that “more soldiers were killed by vaccine shots than by shots from enemy guns.”–E. McBean. “The 1918 ‘Spanish Flu’...

Coronavirus fatality rate vs flu: How deadly is... | Express.co.uk


CORONAVIRUS has spread out of China and into more than 20 other countries this year as world health authorities work to avoid an emerging pandemic. What is the coronavirus fatality rate?

Coronavirus more likely than Sars to bond to human cells, scientists say


Research by team from Nankai University shows new virus has mutated gene similar to those found in HIV and Ebola.

AIDS, Spanish Flu, the PLAGUE? Just how deadly... — RT World News


As the infection and mortality rates of the novel coronavirus continue to rise, people everywhere are growing increasingly concerned about the threat, but just how bad is the virus relative to past...

Where Do New Viruses Come From? - YouTube


Join us on https://www.patreon.com/statedclearly While the origin of the new Coronavirus is not yet known, we do know where new viruses normally come from.

How Will the Coronavirus End? - The Atlantic


The U.S. may end up with the worst COVID-19 outbreak in the industrialized world. This is how it’s going to play out.

‘The attack rate is relatively high as there’s no immunity... - MarketWatch


President Trump suspended all travel to the U.S. from Europe and declared a national emergency over COVID-19’s rapid spread.

Infected but Feeling Fine: The Unwitting Coronavirus Spreaders


A patient being wheeled into Elmhurst Hospital in Queens. The C.D.C. director said on Tuesday that as many as 25 percent of people infected with the coronavirus may not show symptoms.Credit...Johnny...

Bats are not to blame for coronavirus. Humans are - CNN


Reclusive, nocturnal, numerous -- bats are a possible source of the coronavirus. Yet some scientists concur they are not to blame for the transfer of the disease that's changing daily life -- humans are.

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