COVID-19 Quiz

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Q: What is the efficacy of the vaccine?

Efficacy means effectiveness of the Pfizer & Moderna vaccines in reduction of serious symptoms or death.

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Pfizer, Moderna, have been shown in clinical trials to be ~96% effective for those who are not immunocompromised. Source: CDC

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Q: Which percentage is closest to the fatality rate from COVID?

For ages 20-49 (most Americans) once infected

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Correct! According to the CDC

500 in 1 million is the estimated IFR (March 2021). Keep in mind Case Fatality Rate is a different figure that is inaccurate as it varies wildly based on test-availability, and does not account for asymptomatic infected which are approximated at 60% of all infected. Notably for those over age 65, the fatality rate is a terrifying 9%. COVID%20Fatality%20Rate

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Q: Which is more deadly, COVID-19 or driving a car?

For someone under age 30 in a full year in the United States, based on total deaths for that cohort during the pandemic.

Correct! Driving is 5x more dangerous than COVID, for the young

When judging risk, compare against other risks to help understand it.

If you are 30 years of age or younger, you are 500% or 5x more likely to die from a car accident than from COVID in a year. Therefore, for 30 and younger you personally are NOT in an emergency. Unless you consider standard roadways an emergency.

COVID deaths per year for those under thirty is 2,073

This is calculated from total deaths (CDC) since the beginning of the pandemic, averaged across all months, for all variants.

(3043+412)/20months=172 per month

2,073 per year

Then we find the deaths for driving per year

435+847+6,031=7,313 deaths (<25yr)

(12,204 x 0.25)=3,051 deaths (25-30yr)

10,364 deaths per year (< 30yr)

You're 5X more likely to die driving to an event than from COVID at the event, if you are under 30

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Q: Which is more deadly, the original wave of COVID-19 or the new Delta Variant?

Based on fatality rate once infected

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Correct! Delta variant is 10x less likely to kill you once infected

While Delta spreads much more rapidly, the law of declining virulence means that as viruses evolve, they are less likely to kill their host, if, and only if, killing their host hurts their survival chance. Notably with delta we are 50x more risky driving.

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Q: Exercising reduces the risk of COVID by how much?

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Q: What does the director of CDC say is the origin of the virus?

(The CDC director during the outbreak)

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Q: How much money did Dr. Anthony Fauci pay to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for COVID gain of function research?

Dr. Fauci heads the National Institute of Health (NIH). Gain of Function means making a virus leap from animal to a human, and is a risky research banned in the United States. Wuhan is an area of China.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci runs the National Institute of Health (NIH). Ecohealth Alliance, through an NIH grant, conducted gain of function studies in a place called the Wuhan Institute of Virology. It seems unlikely the person spearheading the forced sale of a medical product also hand-crafted the disease in a lab. However, we know these documents aren't fabricated because Fauci himself discussed the funding on camera, even though merely discussing such things got many other people banned on Twitter. Fauci%20Wuhan%20Payment

If you're skeptical this study was gain of function, look at the last two words of the study itself. Humanized Mouse Gain%20of%20Function

In the study they use a Chimeric mouse. Why would they do all the extra effort to add human cells to a mouse unless they were testing to see if in fact the bat Coronavirus could leap to humans, i.e. gain of function?

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Q: Is the vaccine approved by the FDA for pregnant women?

As of October 2021

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The FDAs approval lacks pregnancy testing despite historical concerns, yet the mandate to take the vaccine persists, and violates HIPAA. Notably discussing this can also get you shadow-banned on Facebook. FDA%20Vaccine%20Pregnancy

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Q: At what age does the FDA believe the risk of COVID outweighs the risk of vaccines?

Close, the CDC recommends this but not the FDA.

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Q: Has Ivermectin been approved for use in humans?

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Ivermectin won the noble prize for its use in humans but discussing it in the context of COVID can get you banned on Twitter, YouTube, Facebook. It has not been approved in the U.S. for COVID but is being used with mixed results. Other countries have been using it, such as parts of Africa & India. Notably India has been doing well against COVID. Vaccines%20vs%20Cases

Q: What percentage of U.S. medical research funding is controlled by Dr. Fauci's NIH?

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Dr. Fauci is not elected and has controlled the NIH since 1984. In 1992, the NIH controlled more than 50% of all funding for health research and 85% of all funding for health studies in universities, and now in 2021 the NIH budget has quadrupled. They now have $40 billion amongst their 20,000 employees or $20 million per employee (including maintenance staff) per annum. In practice, they have a monopoly on health science. This may plausibly explain why Fauci is the central voice on the COVID response rather than panels of doctors from universities and hospitals.

Where does the NIH get their money for research? Congress & the president, who also enforce the vaccine based on the very same research. It's a tight-knit circle of people who control the whole game. This isn't terribly difficult to orchestrate as they are only 30 minute drive from each other. NIH%20Near%20DC

Along with CNN & Fox which are effectively the PR firms for the two parties. Fox%20CNN%20near%20DC

Q: How much has vaccine deaths increased since vaccine mandates?

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According to the CDC Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, which is known to suffer from massive underreporting, deaths have increased 43x However, this can be misguiding as one would expect vaccination deaths to increase if more vaccines are administered. So one would have to divide by the amount of the increase to find the relative risk. The mechanism of death is explained in depth by Dr. Ryan Cole

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Q: Which countries banned the vaccines due to safety concerns?

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Norway and other European countries are concerned the vaccine is too dangerous for those under 30.

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Q: What is the infection efficacy of the vaccine?

Pfizer vaccine, in terms of preventing infection. (Not in terms of preventing serious symptoms or hospitalizations)

Almost! This is the efficacy in terms of serious symptoms or hospitalizations

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Data from over 50 countries shows very little change in cases after the country becomes fully vaccinated, for example, Israel, with a ~75% vaccination rate saw an effectiveness of preventing infection of 36%. However once infected, the rate of hospitalization and death is much lower for the vaccinated.

Source: European Journal of Epidemiology (2021) Vaccine%20Efficacy


Q: How does the scientific architect of mRNA vaccines feel about their current usage?

Robert Malone is one of the key inventors of mRNA vaccines.

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Dr. Robert Malone is one of the founders and inventors of using mRNA in vaccines. Concerned about their safety, he has been outspoken on Twitter, Telegram, and national publications about a course correction. He is a proponent of vaccinations for the elderly and immunocompromised.

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