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Whitty & Javid's U-turn on U-turn* deaths down 9% on average* vitamin D sensation* take that Trudeau
The Digital Digest
By Oliver May
THE so-called U-turn on NHS vaccine mandates lasted about seven days as Sajid Javid and Chris Whitty teamed up to try to push them through via the back door.
Despite the Covid-19 jabs failing to prevent a person from contracting the virus or transmitting it, Professor Whitty took to Twitter to reveal he had written to NHS colleagues about what he calls the “professional responsibility to protect patients from the virus – this includes getting vaccinated”.
The Times reports that Health Secretary Javid has told medical regulators they must ‘crack down on unvaccinated staff’.
The newspaper claims that “Javid has rebuked regulators and demanded that they send a “clear message” to healthcare workers that they must get a coronavirus vaccine”.
A recent report from the Centres for Disease Control in the US found that natural immunity was superior to any Covid-19 jab and that previous infection meant there was little to no point in receiving a jab because it would do nothing to increase immunity.
Over to you, Javid and Whitty.
THE brilliant Daily Sceptic carries a piece today outlining how deaths are now nine per cent below the average and asking the question: When will the UK Government declare the ‘pandemic’ over?
It reports: “Deaths in the most recent week for which data are available were 9.3 per cent below the five-year average in England and Wales, prompting questions of why in such a mild winter the Government is being slow to join countries like Denmark in reclassifying Covid-19, repealing pandemic laws and lifting the state of emergency.
“Figures from the Office for National Statistics [ONS] released today show that, in the week ending January 28, there were 1,269 fewer deaths registered in England and Wales compared to the five-year average, which is 9.3 per cent lower.
“This figure uses data from 2016-19 and 2021 as the five-year average, missing out 2020 as a pandemic year. However, deaths in January 2021 were very high, so this skews the five-year average upwards. Nonetheless, compared with the 2015 to 2019 five-year average, deaths in England and Wales were still 2.8 per cent below average (359 fewer deaths).”
A STUDY from November proving vitamin D3 can help reduce severe symptoms of Covid-19 was given another airing on social media today.
And in light of Whitty and Javid’s somewhat underhand push to reverse their U-turn on NHS vaccine mandates, it is worth revisiting here.
The National Library of Medicine concludes: “Our study suggests that the treatment protocol of Hydroxychloroquine [HCQ], Azithromycin [AZM] and zinc with or without vitamin C is safe and effective in the treatment of Covid-19, with high dose Intravenous vitamin C leading to a significantly quicker recovery.
“Importantly, our study confirms vitamin D deficiency to be a high-risk factor of severe Covid-19 disease and hospitalisation, with 97 per cent of our study’s patient cohort being vitamin D deficient, 55 per cent of these being severely vitamin D deficient and none had optimal levels.
“Future trials are warranted to evaluate the treatment with a combination of high-dose vitamin D3 in addition to HCQ, AZM, and zinc and high-dose intravenous vitamin C.”
IN keeping with News Uncut’s first-hand coverage of the Freedom Convoy by reporter Anita Krishna, this reply to a tweet by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will struggle to be beaten:
QUESTION OF THE DAY
Why are happily married MPs getting tested for HIV and suggesting everyone should do the same?