COVID-19’s Lasting Effects

For many patients, life after catching the coronavirus hasn’t been easy. The following information comes from SciTechDaily. Within two months of leaving the hospital, 7% of COVID-19 patients died, including the 10% who were treated in an ICU. After interviewing 488 patients, researchers found the following: 39% of patients hadn’t gotten back to normal activities….

Joe Biden’s First Move: Mask Mandate

Greetings Folks, Our 46th President already has his first order of business once he takes office. The following information comes from The Hill. Once President-Elect Joe Biden takes office, he plans on calling governors around the country to enact mask mandates in their states. If those governors resist, he will pressure mayors to enact mandates…

Liberia Asks the United States for Help?

Greetings All, Independent Media Personality Dr. Mumbi Seraki has been unapologetic about calling out puppet leadership throughout the African continent. And a recent story coming out of Liberia justifies everything that’s been said. The following information is from DW. Four Liberian tax officials, three who worked for the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) and one who…

Medical Experts Blow The Lid Off of COVID-19

As a continuation of a statement made in my previous post, I want to share a video of medical experts from around the country speaking against the coronavirus, the mandating of masks, fear-mongering by the media, and other misinformation (lies) spread about medical facilities. This press conference took place on the steps of the Supreme…

The Madagascan Government Ends State of Health Emergency

Madagascar’s COVID-Organics, a tonic used to treat the coronavirus, has been previously highlighted throughout this blog. And the country’s use of this herbal remedy has ended their State of Health Emergency. The following information comes from Africa News. On Sunday, October 18, the Madagascan government announced the end of the State of Health Emergency. After…

Bipartisan Bill Will Help the Fitness Industry

It’s no secret that businesses, both small and large, have suffered from the coronavirus pandemic. The fitness industry, in particular, took a huge loss but didn’t get as much attention. That is until now. The following information comes from Club Industry. The Health & Fitness Recovery Act of 2020 was announced on Thursday, October 1st….

Nigeria’s Zero-Tolerance Policy for Sex Offenders

In recent years, there have been open discussions on combating human/sex trafficking, pedophilia, rape, sexual harassment, and more. Well, there’s some great news coming out of Nigeria that I had to share with you all. The following information is from The Independent and The Washington Post. A new law passed in Kaduna, Nigeria, now states…

Dr. Li-Meng Yan Speaks

The coronavirus conspiracy theories have been non-stop since its inception, and I came across a scientist who is validating everything that has been said. Meet Dr. Li-Meng Yan. Chinese virologist Dr. Li-Meng Yan is making media headlines after her claim that Chinese authorities knew about the coronavirus before the first cases were officially reported and…

COVID-19: The Great Reset

The World Economic Forum recently hosted a launch briefing for a book release in Geneva, Switzerland. Entitled COVID-19: The Great Reset, this book highlights how the coronavirus pandemic disrupted the world’s social/economic systems and what steps needed to be taken to repair from it. In a panel discussion, authors Thierry Malleret and Professor Klaus Schwab…

Other Factors Causing COVID-19 Deaths?

There have been videos floating around the internet of medical physicians speaking out against COVID-19 death numbers. I’ve also had conversations with people who are labeling this pandemic a hoax. So when I came across an article that justifies what’s been said, I had to share it with you all. The following information is from…

African Workers Stranded in Lebanon

In a previous post, Ghanaian domestic workers who evacuated from Lebanon were highlighted. Well, other African migrants, including Gambian and Ethiopian, are still stranded in the country. The following information comes from The Times of Israel. Thousands of foreign workers—domestic workers, supermarket, and restaurant employees—are currently stranded in Beirut, Lebanon. Dollar shortages, the coronavirus pandemic,…

5G in Africa

In a previous post, I highlighted the 5G network that’s set to take over the future. Well, there’s some interesting news coming out of Africa in regards to the network that I had to share. The following information is from Africa News. Converting to 5G promises more speed, less lag time, and a stronger internet…