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‘Printing Money’: Chinese Manufacturers Are Profiting From Coronavirus Pandemic

Chinese manufacturers of medical masks are cashing in on the coronavirus pandemic that started in their country. Chinese manufacturers are seeing profits spike as global demand for masks and other medical equipment has reached a fever pitch. Nearly a fifth of mask manufacturers in the country only jumped into the business after January, the Financial Times reported, citing official data. ...

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Scientist Who Predicted Pandemic Blasts WHO: ‘They Set Us Back A Great Deal’

Dr. Michael Osterholm, a leaded expert on infectious disease, blasted the World Health Organization’s early analysis of the threat posed by the novel coronavirus.  ‘When you look at what WHO did I think they set us back a great deal,’ Osterholm said in a podcast interview this week.  He said that WHO’s guidance about the transmissibility of coronavirus led health ...

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World Health Organization Spends Twice As Much On Travel As On Medical Supplies

The World Health Organization (WHO) spends twice as much on travel as it does on medical supplies, according to the WHO’s most recent financial report. Eight percent of the WHO’s budget in 2018 went to travel expenses, while just four percent went to medical supplies and materials, the report shows. “Of total travel expenditure, only 45% was for staff travel, ...

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Chinese Government Finally Acknowledges Underreporting Coronavirus Cases

A top Chinese health official said Wednesday that the government will begin counting coronavirus patients without symptoms in its official tally of cases of the virus, in what is a tacit acknowledgement that Beijing has underreported data on the pandemic. China’s National Health Commission disclosed that the government is monitoring 1,541 people who have tested positive for coronavirus but have ...

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Mexican President Sparks Outrage After Shaking Hands With El Chapo’s Mother

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is attracting widespread criticism for visiting the hometown of one of the country’s most notorious drug lords and shaking hands with his mother. López Obrador — a populist leftist leader who has faced attacks by political opponents for his purportedly soft approach to drug crime — visited the town of Badiraguato, Sinaloa on Sunday to supervise ...

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Illegal Immigration in Italy Possible Coronavirus Cause?

Outside China, in Europe, Italy is thought to be ground zero for the Coronavirus pandemic. Many have sought to understand why. The Right Wire Report wondered why as well. Many believe it was just time and chance, but perhaps not, and perhaps the pandemic started many years ago. Prato, Italy, is the historical capital of Italy’s textile business. It has ...

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DOJ Charges Maduro, 14 Venezuelan Officials with Narco-Terrorism, Corruption, Drug Trafficking and More

Fomer President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro Moros, Venezuela’s vice president for the economy, Venezuela’s Minister of Defense, and Venezuela’s Chief Supreme Court Justice are among those charged in New York City; Washington, DC; and Miami, along with current and former Venezuelan government officials as well as two Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) leaders, announced U.S. Attorney General William P. ...

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Northern Ireland Legalizes Abortion Without Limits For Babies With Severe Mental Or Physical Impairments

Northern Ireland has legalized abortion without limits for babies with severe mental or physical impairments. The law comes despite a consultation performed by the Northern Ireland Office that found that 79% of respondents did not support extending abortion access.  It is a “very sad day for Northern Ireland,” said former Northern Ireland minister Arlene Foster. Northern Ireland will soon enforce ...

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WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Was Accused Of Covering Up Cholera Epidemics In Africa

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director-general of the World Health Organization, was accused in 2017 of downplaying cholera epidemics that hit Ethiopia and Sudan.   A group of American doctors wrote that Tedros was “fully complicit in the terrible suffering and dying” that stemmed from a cholera outbreak in Sudan. Before that, Tedros faced allegations that he refused to investigate three cholera ...

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Top WHO Official Won Election With China’s Help, Now Running Interference For China on Coronavirus

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus won his 2017 election with China’s backing. Tedros is now providing cover for China’s propaganda campaign denying responsibility for the outbreak. Tedros praised China’s “transparency” and said China’s response to the virus was a model for other nations, though China tried to cover up the virus’s outbreak and silenced whistleblowers. Tedros is the ...

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Canada Is Shutting Down Its Borders Over The Coronavirus Pandemic, Prime Minister Announces

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that his government will be closing its borders to all non-citizens and anyone else who isn’t a permanent resident, while U.S. citizens are exempt “for the moment.” In response to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, Trudeau on Monday announced that Canada would begin refusing entry to all people who are not citizens or permanent residents ...

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France, Israel Shut Down All Non-Essential Stores, Restaurants, Cafes

France and Israel shut down all non-essential stores, restaurants and cafes Saturday to prevent the coronavirus pandemic from spreading. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that all restaurants, cafes and movie theaters will shut down beginning Sunday, Fox News reported. France also declared that all non-essential stores, restaurants, movie theaters and cafes will shut down beginning Sunday, but French Prime Minister ...

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