Tag Archives: Vaccine

COVID-19 vaccine credential app now available for small businesses, schools

The Commons Project announced on Thursday that it had released a free COVID-19 vaccination verification app.   The SMART Health Card Verifier, available for download on iOS and Android devices, is aimed at allowing users to scan an individual’s SMART Health Card QR code and confirm their vaccination status.    WHY IT MATTERS A handful… Read More »

Washington lawmaker apologizes for wearing yellow Star of David during speech against vaccine mandates

A Washington lawmaker apologized for wearing a yellow Star of David, a symbol that the Nazis forced upon Jews as an identification marker during the Holocaust, while giving a speech in which he railed against vaccine mandates. Republican state Rep. Jim Walsh apologized Wednesday after he placed the star on his shirt as he addressed… Read More »

Woman ‘crushed’ after fiance dies from AstraZeneca vaccine complication but still pro-jab

Vikki Spit has been left “completely crushed” after her fiance Zion died from a rare complication after having the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine. The couple met in a London rock club and toured for many years as glam punk band SPiT LiKE THiS before settling down in Alston, near the Northumberland-Cumbria border in 2014. But Zion,… Read More »

Was the Whole Pandemic About the Vaccine?

In my opinion Dr. Peter McCullough is one of the most courageous well credentialed academic physicians out there and I hope to interview him soon. He is vice chief of internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center and despite his impeccable credentials, he has been vilified for stating during the very beginning of the COVID-19… Read More »

Vaccine protection may diminish need for yearly boosters

Scientists have found clues that the world’s leading COVID-19 vaccines offer lasting protection that could diminish the need for frequent booster shots, but they caution that more research is needed and that virus mutations are still a wild card. Critical studies are underway, and evidence is mounting that immunity from the mRNA vaccines made by… Read More »