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A Tribute to 700,000 Deaths
As October of 2021 comes to a close, we are rapidly approaching the two-year mark since the coronavirus pandemic began. This month, the United States reached another record-breaking milestone–700,000 deaths, more than seven times what former President Donald Trump had predicted and expected to be the maximum number possible. Shockingly, this staggering report appears at […]More
The pandemic’s impact on poor hospitals￼
by Siya Verma Some 1,821 hospitals have been crying out for help for the past 9 years — all in vain. Each year since 2011, more U.S. hospitals have closed than opened, a vast majority in rural areas. The pandemic is making things worse. Before 2020, one in four rural hospitals in America was at […]More
Wisconsin pharmacist Arrested for Allegedly Destroying COVID-19 Vaccine. What Now?
On December 31st, 2020, a Wisconsin pharmacist was arrested following the destruction of over fifty-seven vials of the Moderna vaccine. Steven Brandenburg, worker at the Advocate Aurora Health Care Center, is accused of deliberately tampering with approximately five-hundred doses of the latest COVID-19 vaccine.More
Los Angeles county hits 1 million COVID-19 cases. What Now?
On Saturday, January 16th, Los Angeles became the very first county to reach 1 million coronavirus cases ever since the pandemic began in early 2020.More