July 2: Moderna’s COVID-19 Phase III trial expected to begin on July 9 was delayed due to disagreements over how to properly run the study and questions from scientists over the company’s expertise and experience.
July 2: A study by the Henry Ford Health System revealed that treatment with hydroxychloroquine cut the death rate significantly in COVID-19 Patients.
July 2: The US drug abuse epidemic is expected to surge due to the economic downturn with many switching to drugs other than opioids to achieve their highs.
July 2: Israeli-based Diagnostic Robotics, recently partnered with the state of Rhode Island to use an artificial intelligence-based system to profile Americans potentially infected and/or “at risk” of being infected with coronavirus, then informing government authorities of their “risk profile.”
July 2: According to legal-services firm Epiq Systems Inc., chapter 11 business bankruptcy filings increased 26% in the first half of 2020 as more companies sought protection from creditors during the coronavirus pandemic.
July 3: California banned singing in places of worship.
July 3: President Trump reversed course and personally recommended Americans wear “non-medical” cloth face coverings.
As we talk about Fourth of July and independence, it’s important to understand that if we all wear these, we will actually have more independence and more freedom because more places will be able to stay open. We’ll have less spread of the disease.
If you want prom next year, please wear a face covering, it could prevent asymptomatic spread and help us overcome this virus.
July 3: As lockdowns continued and economic disparity increased, over 700 cars waited in a two-mile-long food bank line in Miami.
July 3: Houston was identified as a new hotspot for coronavirus with some sources describing the situation as ‘apocalyptic’. As of July 3, Houston, a city of 2.3 million people had slightly more than 16,000 cases and only 204 deaths. The Houston metro area is home to 7 million people. There were 39,000 cases with 570 deaths in the region. Texas, with close to 29 million people had 2,500 deaths across the entire state.
July 4: Brooks County, Texas Attorney David Garcia warned in a July 4 post on Facebook that residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 should stay home except to receive medical care. He said that failure to do so may result in arrest. As of July 7, the county only had 18 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
July 6: Commercial mortgage delinquencies hit their largest one month surge in history at 3.59% totaling $10 billion. Analysts predict the delinquency rate to rise between 8.25% and 8.75% by the end of the third quarter of this year.
July 6: Dr. and U.S. Senator Scott Jensen announced he was being investigated by the Minnesota State Board of Medical Practice after being accused for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 earlier in the year. Dr. Jensen won the Family Physician of the Year award in 2016.
July 6: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that refusal to be tested in a medical facility would prohibit people from leaving the facility until they are tested.
July 7: Texas Rangers outfielder Joey Gallo raised questions about coronavirus testing after he received two negative and two positive test results within 10 days.
July 7: Max Nisen of Bloomberg wrote an article entitled “A Lower Covid-19 Death Rate is Nothing to Celebrate” stating that a lower death count is no justification for states to reopen their economies without caution.
July 7: A Laredo Texas official warned that positive coronavirus residents who leave their homes can be charged with felony.
July 7: New York City reported a near 20% unemployment rate as over 1 million people lost their jobs.
July 7: Levi Strauss & Co.’s sales fell 62% in the second quarter and will eliminate 700 jobs (15% of its workforce).
July 7: According to a CNN report, 3.7 million US jobs will never return after the pandemic with many more heading in the same direction.
July 7: Pastor Hershael York testified before the Kentucky House Veterans, Military Affairs and Public Protection Committee that churches are given much stricter requirements for opening and conducting services than retailers like WalMart. York stated,
We’ve not been belligerent in any way…But when we were allowed to go back, for instance, we were told we could only have one person in a bathroom at a time and then the bathroom had to be cleaned after each use. Well, my question was, why wasn’t Walmart told that?
July 7: California Governor Gavin Newsom was accused of wiring half a billion dollars to China in a massive face mask money laundering scheme.
July 7: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tested positive for coronavirus.
July 8: The Ivy League canceled all fall sports due to the coronavirus pandemic.
July 8: New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy issued a mandatory outdoor mask order when social distancing is not an option.
July 8: Dr. Fauci advised states with surging cases of COVID-19 to shut down again only to say one day later that he meant they should consider pausing their reopening process.
July 8: Vaccine Choice Canada formally filed legal action in the Ontario Superior Court to hold multiple parties accountable for imposing draconian lockdown measures in violation of the country’s constitution.
July 9: Vaccine skepticism grew as only half the American population indicated it would take the COVID-19 vaccine if it were available.
July 9: As of July 9, there were 21 candidate vaccines in various states of clinical trials—including advanced Phase 3 trials—and at least 139 other vaccines in pre-clinical evaluation, according to the World Health Organization.
July 9: President Trump threatened to cut funding for schools that do not reopen as he pressured CDC to relax reopening guidelines.
July 9: Oxfam, an international organization working to end poverty, warned that COVID-19 could kill more people through hunger than the disease itself as 122 million people could be pushed to the brink of starvation from the pandemic’s economic and social fallout.
July 9: Hundreds of new drugs are being tested against COVID-19 with several promising new therapies emerging.
July 9: The city of Englewood, Colorado imposed an emergency order mandating that every person over the age of 6 wear a mask outside his or her homes. First offenders will face $15 fines, and second offenders will have to pay $25, but the maximum penalty listed is $2,650 and 360 days behind bars or both.
July 10: Incode Technologies developed a digital health credential with biometric authentication that tracks daily compliance with symptom and temperature checks, mask wearing, hand sanitization, and creates a digital certificate based on clinical lab testing to indicate immunity, negative or positive results.
July 10: Intelligent Security Systems (ISS) released the SecurOS Face Mask Detection (FMD) solution to provide advanced mask detection analytics to help organizations restore operations.
July 10: A medical worker in Pennsylvania revealed that patients’ records have been taken over by the Electronic Medical Records system which red flags and tracks COVID-positive status individuals without input by medical staff treating the patients.
July 10: NBC medical expert Dr. Joseph Fair, who was brought on air nearly a dozen times to detail his struggle with COVID-19 revealed that he actually never had the virus.
July 10: Tech company SuperCom is pilot testing people location tracking technology in the Caribbean, Central American, and South America. The technology includes a smartphone, ankle bracelet, and cloud-based control software and also implements. SuperCom CEO Arie Trabelsi stated,
We are continuing to see and pursue new opportunities for our COVID-19 quarantine solution as well as our electronic offender monitoring solutions. The synergies are excellent.
July 11: President Trump was photographed wearing a mask in public for the first time.
July 11: Evidence seemed to show that the reported dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases in Florida may be exaggerated by as much as 30%
July 11: The White House put out a statement on the deadly mistakes Dr. Fauci has made handling the coronavirus crisis while Democrat leaders rushed to his defense.
July 11: Cuyahoga county, Ohio started a hotline to report people not wearing masks.
July 11: Emily Benfer, chair of the American Bar Association’s Task Force Committee on Eviction predicted looming evictions may soon make 28 million homeless in U.S.
July 11: For the 17th week in a row over one million Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time bringing the total to a whopping 51.275 million claims.
July 12: American Airlines investigated Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex) after he was photographed sitting in first class without a face mask on. The photo clearly shows the senator holding a cup of coffee, but critics chided him saying that “it’s not hard to have a mask on and undo one side to take a sip then put it back on. Most people take their time drinking coffee.” Other photos show the senator wearing a face mask.
July 13: The World Health Organization warned that there would be “no return to the old ‘normal’ for the foreseeable future” as COVID-19 cases rise across the globe.
July 13: Steve Bannon reported that scientists from the Wuhan virus lab have defected and are working with the FBI and other international intelligence agencies.
July 13: Colorado Governor Jared Polis stated on Facebook that anyone who refuses to wear mask is a ‘selfish bastard’.
July 13: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo began selling a poster celebrating his response to the COVID-19 crisis even though New York had the highest mortality rate of any country in the world.
July 13: An article by Marc Slavo explores the possibilities that social distancing, mask wearing, and hand washing are occult rituals that global elites have instituted to create compliance to their agenda. Another article by Art Olivier suggests the same ideals.
July 13: Amazon’s US store banned a best-selling book by Ezra Levant called China Virus: How Justin Trudeau’s Pro-Communist Ideology is Putting Canadians in Danger claiming the book contradicts “official sources” on coronavirus information.
July 13: A salon owner sued the state of Oregon after receiving a $14,000 fine for reopening her business.
July 13: An MSNBC host was stunned as five top pediatricians from various states all agreed they would send their kids to school with proper precautions in place.
July 13: Nearly two million unemployment claims from the first three months of business lockdowns have gone unpaid in California.
July 13: Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an emergency order in New York mandating out of state travelers from high-COVID states provide contact information upon arrival or face a summons with a $2k fine.
July 14: California Gov. Gavin Newsome ordered the state to shut down indoor activities and completely halt all bar operations. In addition, Newsome named 30 counties where fitness centers, places of worship, offices for “Non-Critical Sectors,” personal care services, hair salons, barbershops and malls will have to close down.
July 14: White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro stated that Dr. Fauci “has been wrong about everything I have interacted with him on” and lists several issues where the media praised doctor has contradicted factual information. The White House later distanced itself from Mr. Navarro’s claims saying that he did not go through the proper clearances before submitting his op-ed to USA Today.
July 14: Data from Worldometer indicated the states with the highest number of cases are New York (429,244 cases, 32,461 deaths); California (344,640, 7,209); Florida (291,629, 4,409); and Texas ( 283,766; 3,439). The media however concentrate most of their coverage on rising cases in Texas and Florida which are governed by Republicans.
July 14: A woman who claimed she had COVID-19 slammed into a man’s shopping cart, took off her mask and spat in the man’s face because he took his mask off upon exiting a Costco store in Lake County Illinois.
July 14: Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced an outdoor mask order and ban on gatherings larger than 10 people.
July 14: The City of Philadelphia banned all large outdoor gatherings through February 2021. The order applies to special events or gatherings of 50 people or more on public property. No fans will be able to attend Phillies baseball or Eagles football games. However, the prohibition does not apply to demonstrations and first amendment-related activities.
July 14: The FBI issued a warning regarding fake coronavirus antibody tests claiming that scammers are using the tests to steal personal information.
July 15: Israeli Health Minister Yuli Edelstein said that unless the country’s COVID-19 numbers change within three days, a full shutdown is on the way.
July 15: The White House announced that hospital data on coronavirus patients will be rerouted to the Trump administration instead of first being sent to the CDC.
July 15: American Airlines executives warned employees that the airline will have to lay off as many as 25,000 front-line workers this fall because travel has not rebounded from the coronavirus crisis as they had hoped.
July 15: Residents in a suburb of Beijing, fought with police about having to pay for new entry passes to their village. The passes are part of a new system to monitor people’s movements in an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.
July 15: A study by JP Morgan concluded that lockdowns failed to alter the course of pandemic, but have instead destroyed millions of livelihoods.
July 15: Moderna’s vaccine elicited antibodies in all people tested in an initial safety trial. Dr. Anthony Fauci said, “The good news is that this vaccine induced antibodies… Not just any kind of antibodies, but neutralizing antibodies.”
July 15: A Florida Walmart shopper pulls a gun on man in a dispute over masks.
July 15: Coins were in short supply in many businesses around the country forcing consumers to have exact change or conduct digital transactions for purchases.
July 16: In an article entitled The Delusion of a Seamless Reopening is About to be Obliterated, author Brandon Smith wrote,
If you were attempting to drag the U.S. into an economic collapse, the COVID lockdowns are a perfect cover to make this happen.
July 16: A public meeting in Utah about a mask policy for schoolchildren was abruptly adjourned when people not wearing masks packed the room.
July 16: The National Institutes of Health published a study called “5G Technology and Induction of Coronavirus in Skill Cells.” The study stated,
In this research, we show that 5G millimeter waves could be absorbed by dermatologic cells acting like antennas, transferred to other cells and play the main role in producing Coronaviruses in biological cells.
July 17: The World Health Organization paid the PR firm Hill and Knowlton Strategies $135,000 to hire influencers to manipulate the public into trusting their coronavirus recommendations.
July 17: Dr. Sin Hang Lee reported in a peer-reviewed article published in the International Journal of Geriatrics and Rehabilitation that current CDC nucleic acid test kits for SARS-CoV-2 generate 30% false-positive and 20% false-negative results.
July 17: A Tennessee man was informed he tested positive for COVID-19 even though he had never taken a test as a contract tracer called to check on his ‘symptoms’.
July 17: The media ran with a story that 85 infants had recently tested positive for COVID-19 in Corpus Christi, Texas. This misinformation was corrected a day later when it was revealed that the 85 infants represented the total number that had been identified since testing began in March.
July 17: The State of Texas removed 3,484 cases from its COVID-19 positive case count, because the San Antonio Health Department reported ‘probable’ cases as ‘confirmed’ positive cases.
July 17: In an essay entitled The COVID Coup, author Angelo Codevilla argued if the CDC had used the same criterion for the SARS virus as COVID-19—primarily “severe acute respiratory distress syndrome”—total COVID fatalities in the US would have been 16,000 through June.
July 18: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for a New Social Contract and a New Global Deal to address inequality across the world. The plan coincides with the ‘Great Reset’ announced by the World Economic Forum and the UN’s ‘Happytalism’ initiative.
July 18: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said a whopping 25 million Iranians have likely been infected with the coronavirus.
July 18: More than 20,000 US troops have contracted COVID-19 as numbers continue to rise. US military cases have more than doubled since April.
July 18: A Goldman Sachs report stated that,
Reopening is on hold in most of the US, as states containing about 80% of the population have explicitly paused or taken targeted steps to reverse reopening.
July 18: A Kentucky couple was forced to wear ankle bracelets after refusing to sign the ‘Self-isolation and Controlled Movement Agreed Order’.
July 18: Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine induced adverse reactions in ‘more than half’ of trial participants.
July 18: A state health official in Florida confirmed that a person who died in a motorcycle accident was added to the official COVID-19 death count.
July 18: The UK abandoned the daily coronavirus death toll over claims the number is exaggerated. England’s figures were previously understood to include anyone who has ever tested positive for COVID-19 – regardless of whether they died for another reason.
July 19: Dr. Fauci praised New York’s coronavirus response saying, “they did it correctly” even though the state had by far the highest total number of cases and deaths in the country.
July 19: The White House looked to block funding for the CDC and cease any increases for testing and contact tracing.
July 19: Trust Stamp a vaccination based digital identity program funded by Bill Gates and implemented by Mastercard and GAVI, announced it will soon link biometric digital identity to vaccination records. The program will roll out in low income, remote communities in West Africa.
July 20: Walmart and Sam’s Club began a mandatory face mask policy for all customers. They will deploy employee Health Ambassador’s (who must undergo special training) at store entrances to enforce compliance. BJ’s Wholesale Club also begins its mandatory mask policy.
July 20: A Connecticut state lab found that 90 out of 144 (62.5%) positive COVID-19 test results were false.
July 20: More than six million people enrolled for food stamps in the first 3 months of the US coronavirus outbreak. In the same period, US billionaires have increased their wealth by around $565 billion, according to the Institute for Policy Studies.
July 20: Studies suggest that T Cells are important in fighting coronavirus as they are believed to strengthen immunity.
The AMA is greatly concerned by an increasing number of reports from national, state and local media suggesting increases in opioid-related mortality—particularly from illicitly manufactured fentanyl and fentanyl analogs. More than 35 states have reported increases in opioid-related mortality as well as ongoing concerns for those with a mental illness or substance use disorder in counties and other areas within the state.
July 21: The U.S. reported more than 1,000 coronavirus-related deaths for the first time since May 29. A CDC study on antibody testing showed that COVID-19 rates were more than 10 times higher than reported previously.
July 21: Antimaskers turned to mesh, crochet and lace to boycott face covering requirements.
July 21: Early trial results showed that the UK’s Oxford University coronavirus vaccine candidate is safe and effective with few side effects.
July 21: Evidence suggested that Sweden’s policies helped it avoid the economic downturns that faced countries that implemented full or partial lockdowns. Sweden possessed the only major European economy to grow in the first quarter of the year.
July 21: Sweden’s top health authority Anders Tegnell, said people who have had the novel coronavirus are likely to be immune for at least six months after being infected, whether they’ve developed antibodies or not. He further stated,
The risk of being reinfected and of transmitting the disease to other people is probably very close to zero.
July 21: The World Economic Forum published an article stating that affluence is the biggest threat to the world, even bigger than the coronavirus. A study entitled Scientists’ Warning on Affluence opines that “true sustainability calls for significant lifestyle changes” and “we also have to change our affluent lifestyles and reduce overconsumption, in combination with structural change.”
July 21: Toronto Childrenʼs Hospital recommended children go back to school without masks or social distancing. The report outlines other physical and mental health problems that may be much more detrimental to children’s health than coronavirus.
July 22: A survey by the Cato Institute revealed that nearly two-thirds—62%—of Americans say the political climate these days prevents them from saying things they believe because others might find them offensive. The opinion is shared across party lines with only strong liberals (58%) confident they can express their views. 32% of those polled worry their political views could harm their employment.
July 22: Rand Paul calls for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to be impeached over his handling of the state’s coronavirus response.
July 22: Janice Dean, a FOX News host and weather anchor wrote an opinion column in USA Today blaming Andrew Cuomo’s reckless nursing home policy for the death of her in-laws.
July 22: Miami doubled down on its mask order, reportedly deploying a team of dedicated police officers to enforce the requirements.
July 22: Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced mandatory state-wide mask orders and a travel advisory for people coming to Ohio from states with high COVID-19 rates, recommending that those people self- quarantine for 14 days.
July 22: In an error, more than 600,000 Tricare users in the military health system’s East Region received emails asking them to consider donating blood for research as “survivors of COVID-19.” To date, just 31,000 persons affiliated with the U.S. military have been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
July 22: A recent study of 2,000 Americans showed that a stunning 75 percent of Americans believe that things will never return to normal after COVID-19 mass hysteria has transformed society virtually overnight. Close to 75% of survey participants believe handshakes are now a relic of the past. 59% admitted they would be too afraid to start reporting to a shared workplace once again.
July 22: More than 1 in 10 adults surveyed during the first week of July shared that they sometimes or often didn’t have enough to eat, a rate that is two-and-a-half times higher than before the pandemic.
July 22: Highway deaths spiked for the third-straight month as drivers took advantage of empty roads.
July 22: A survey suggested that mental health deteriorated substantially in the U.K. population during the COVID-19 lockdown, particularly among women and young people.
July 23: For the 18th week in a row over one million Americans (2.3 million) filed for unemployment benefits for the first time increasing the total to 52 million claims.
July 23: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Alan Dershowitz faced off in a live debate concerning vaccine safety. Kennedy issued grave warnings about the COVID-19 vaccine being developed by Moderna stating,
In the low-dose group, one of the people was so sick from the vaccine they had to be hospitalized…That’s six percent. In the high-dose group, three people got so sick they had to be hospitalized. That’s twenty percent… any other medicine … that had that kind of profile in its original phase-one study would be [dead on arrival].
July 23: D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s (D) mask mandate which ordered three-year-olds to cover their faces, exempts lawmakers and government employees while they are “on duty.”
July 23: Dr. Fauci was criticized for not wearing a mask or social distancing as he sits in the stands of a baseball game where he threw the first pitch. Dr. Fauci defended himself stating, “I had my mask around my chin. I had taken it down. I was totally dehydrated and I was drinking water, trying to rehydrate myself.”
July 23: Dr. Fauci’s tenure at the National Institutes of Health was investigated by Just The News who found that despite a number of successes, there were a number of instances “in which congressional, government ethics and internal watchdogs found safety or ethics lapses on his watch.”
July 23: Dr. Anthony Fauci said he doesn’t believe coronavirus will ever be eradicated given how quickly the contagion spreads among humans stating,
I don’t see this disappearing the way SARS 1 did… I don’t really see us eradicating it.
July 23: Bill Gates suggested that multiple doses of a coronavirus vaccine may be necessary to offer protection.
July 23: California’s Alcoholic Beverage Control agency said chicken wings, cheese sticks, fried calamari and many other appetizers and side orders are not considered meals as it cracks down on outdoor restaurants that are offering drinks without food.
July 23: The CBS12 News I-Team in Palm Beach County Florida uncovered several examples in medical examiner reports of people counted as a COVID death who did actually not die of COVID including a 90-year-old man who fell and died from complications of a hip fracture and a 77-year-old woman who died of Parkinson’s disease.
July 23: The Ohio Department of Health announced it will be going door-to-door to test residents for COVID-19 in the Blue Ash community in the coming weeks.
July 23: The Association of American Physicians & Surgeons (AAPS) submitted additional evidence to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) and Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in hopes of compelling the agency to relax its restrictions on the use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) to treat COVID-19 among the general public.
July 23: Jefferies financial services firm revealed sobering stats about the state of the US economy as 24.5% of small businesses in the United States were closed (many permanently), worse than late June when only 19% were closed.
July 24: A Politico/Morning Consult poll revealed that 53% of registered voters who participated in the survey strongly supported statewide mask mandates that would fine or even jail individuals who refused to wear a mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19. When including voters who somewhat support such mask requirements, 72% of voters agreed.
July 24: Miami’s mayor asked people to wear face masks in their own homes to reduce the spread of coronavirus within families.
July 24: The Supreme Court denied a Nevada church’s plea to allow larger congregation amid coronavirus pandemic, says state can impose tighter virus restrictions on churches than casinos. US Senator Tom Cotton criticized the ruling stating,
John Roberts is letting the state treat churches much harsher than big casinos. What happened to being an objective umpire calling balls & strikes?
July 24: McDonald’s announced it will require face masks in all US restaurants beginning August 1.
July 24: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo mandated that bars sell substantive food with alcoholic beverages and not just finger food like chicken wings and other appetizers in order to justify staying open.
July 24: In Sweden the pandemic has basically ended as the number of daily reported deaths has been in single digits for much of July suggesting their no lockdown strategy helped achieve ‘herd immunity’ and quell the coronavirus outbreak.
July 24: Researchers from the University of Toronto and University of Texas found that lockdowns did not play a huge factor in a country’s death rate. Instead, the study mentions obesity and age as the largest contributing factors of death.
July 25: Walmart, Home Depot, Lowes, CVS, and Walgreens all decided not to enforce mandatory mask policies to help avoid confrontations between employees and shoppers.
July 25: Chinese mogul Ren Zhiqiang was expelled from the Chinese Communist Party after calling Xi Jinping a ‘clown’ and accused him of corruption regarding his handling of the coronavirus.
July 25: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced he was coronavirus free and posted photos of himself holding a package of hydroxychloroquine and crediting the drug for his recovery.
July 25: Dr. Michael Levitt, a Stanford professor who also has a degree from Cambridge, claimed that COVID-19 in the US will basically be over in 4 weeks.
July 26: A report by Natural News claimed the fast-tracked COVID-19 vaccine will alter human DNA and turn people into genetically modified property.
July 26: A woman pepper-sprayed a man for not wearing a face mask at a San Diego dog park.
July 27: An additional 6.7 million children under the age of five could suffer from wasting (acute malnutrition) as the pandemic is undermining nutrition across the world, particularly in low and middle income countries.
July 27: The biggest test of the experimental vaccine from Moderna and NIH got underway as 30,000 volunteers participated to receive either a real vaccine dose or placebo without being told which they received.
July 27: A pet cat in England tested positive for COVID-19. Public Health England’s Medical Director Yvonne Doyle said the case should “not be a cause for alarm.”
July 27: Google informed most of its employees worldwide that they can work remotely until June 2021.
July 27: The owners of Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, NJ that was ordered by a New Jersey judge to close immediately, were arrested on charges of contempt of court after refusing to comply.
July 27: The New York Times did a story on Sapan Desaim, the doctor who’s Surgisphere company was responsible for providing data on hydroxychloroquine’s usage to treat coronavirus. The data was used in studies published by The Lancet and New England Journal of Medicine that framed it as ineffective and dangerous for treating coronavirus, but were later retracted. In the article, Dr. Desaim’s reputation is called into question over faulty data. The company’s website was also dismantled.
July 27: The president of Belarus revealed that World Bank coronavirus aid comes with conditions for imposing extreme lockdowns.
July 27: A group of physicians called America’s Frontline Doctors held a press conference outside of the US Supreme Court promoting hydroxychloroquine, sending children back to school, and detailing the devasting health and economic effects of lockdowns. After receiving millions of views, the video of the event garnered over 16 millions views on Breitbart and was shared across social media and was labeled false information and promptly removed across all platforms. President Trump was censored and Donald Trump Jr.’s Twitter account was temporarily suspended for sharing the video. In addition, America’s Frontline Doctors website was suspiciously taken offline as well as websites associated with Dr. Stella Immanuel, one of the group’s spokespersons.
The video can still be viewed on BitChute.
July 27: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis asked the Department of Health to investigate reports of individuals receiving positive test results for COVID-19, despite the fact they did not even take a test.
July 27: A new CBS News poll found that more than two third of Americans, 70%, would either wait to see what happens when others got the coronavirus vaccine or would never get one. Fewer than one in three would get the vaccine right away. Only 27% of Americans over age 65, would get the vaccine right away. Liberals are more than twice as likely to get one immediately than conservatives.
July 28: A ‘No to mandatory vaccination for the coronavirus’ petition by LifeSiteNews.com generated over 700,000 signatures of the requested 800,000.
July 28: The New York State Department of Health will conduct an investigation into the sponsored “Safe & Sound drive-in concert” held in the Hamptons after reports of social distancing and mask were policies were violated.
July 28: The FDA issued a new alert about toxic hand sanitizers that can cause seizures, comas, blindness and even death. The agency’s growing “do-not-use list” of dangerous sanitizers now includes 87 products.
July 28: A survey based in the UK suggested that taller people face higher risk of catching COVID-19.
July 29: Dr. Stella Immanuel, one of America’s Frontline Doctors censored for her opinions lambasted Dr. Anthony Fauci over his claims that hydroxychloroquine is not a tested cure for coronavirus saying,
Fauci you are lying.
July 29: The Los Angeles City Council considered paying Angelenos who test positive for COVID-19 to stay home. To be eligible, individuals would have to agree to self-isolate and provide public health information to Los Angeles County contact tracers.
July 29: According to Reuters, one person in the United States died about every minute from COVID-19 as the national death toll surpassed 150,000, the highest in the world.
July 29: A New England Journal of Medicine article advocated for schools to reopen for in person learning stating,
From a clinical standpoint, most children 1 to 18 years old experience mild or no illness from COVID-19 and are much less likely than adults to face severe consequences from the infection.
July 29: Dr. Fauci continued to insist that hydroxychloroquine (an FDA approved drug in use for over 60 years) is not an effective treatment for COVID-19, despite numerous worldwide studies that conclude that it is.
July 29: Yale epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch accused Dr. Fauci of running a ‘misinformation campaign’ against hydroxychloroquine.
July 29: YouTube banned The Highwire show from its platform. Hosted by Del Bigtree, one of the preeminent voices of the Vaccine Risk Awareness Movement, The Highwire continually challenged the official narrative on the pandemic and vaccines by bringing doctors from around the world to offer their opinions and research. The show can still be viewed on The Highwire website and other platforms.
July 29: President Trump directed the Department of Commerce to file a petition with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in an effort to combat online censorship. The directive came as a result of Big Tech’s all-out assault on viral videos of doctors contradicting the narrative on hydroxychloroquine and lockdowns.
July 29: Workers in the US and around the world complained of mask fatigue citing headaches, shortness of breath and anxiety from long-term usage. Courtney Warnell, a salon employee stated, “When I have long days, if it’s a 12 hour day, I’m sick when I get home… Sick to my stomach. As soon as the I get in the car I’m pulling it off and I don’t want to do anything else. I just want to go home and be mask-free.”
July 29: US separation and divorce rates rose quickly and drastically especially from April – June. Southern couples sought divorce at 2-3 times the rate of other US regions.
July 30: An LA Times articles noted that “under recently released federal guidelines, a COVID-19 vaccine can be authorized for use if it is safe and proves effective in as few as 50% of those who receive it… the first round of COVID-19 vaccines will probably not eliminate the need for other public health measures such as masks and social distancing.”
Scientists are also uncertain how long immunity — from a natural infection or a vaccine — lasts and whether a decline in antibodies in two to three months is cause for concern. Dr. Paul Offit, a vaccine expert at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, has raised concerns that the FDA would greenlight manufacturing and distribution of vaccines before the necessary reviews have been completed.
July 30: Experts predicted that the surge in telemedicine visits will continue once the pandemic is over and become a permanent fixture in how doctors will conduct patient visits.
July 30: According to an analysis by Unbiased America. the seasonal flu poses 4X higher risk to schoolchildren than coronavirus.
July 30: Dr. Fauci recommended wearing goggles or other eye shields to protect against coronavirus infection claiming,
You have mucosa in the nose, mucosa in the mouth, but you also have mucosa in the eye…Theoretically, you should protect all the mucosal surfaces. So if you have goggles or an eye shield, you should use it.
Fauci also desired to make seasonal mask wearing permanent to protect against the flu stating, “It is inevitable that we’re going to have some degree of flu. I’m hoping that the wearing of masks and other coverings are going to not only protect us against COVID-19, but also help protect us against influenza.”
July 30: Dutch Minister for Medical Care Tamara van Ark advised the public that there will be no mask mandate to slow the spread of coronavirus, stating that their effectiveness remains unproven.
July 30: After issuing a statewide ban a day earlier, the Ohio Board of Pharmacy withdrew a rule preventing the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 after Governor Mike DeWine called on the board to halt the rule, according to the Dayton Daily News.
July 30: The pandemic had a negative effect on trash collection in Philadelphia and other cities as residents complained it took as much as three weeks for garbage to be picked up. The situation created another potential health hazard. The same thing happened in New York City.
July 30: Citizens in Nordic nations reportedly rarely wear face masks bucking the trend of most nations.
July 30: 74 year old ex presidential candidate and business mogul Herman Cain passed away from coronavirus.
July 30: Nationwide distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine will be a joint venture between the CDC and the Department of Defense.
July 30: Dr. Simone Gold, the founder of America’s Frontline Doctors, was fired from her job as an emergency room physician after speaking at the America’s Frontline Doctor’s summit.
July 30: Restaurant chain California Pizza Kitchen filed for bankruptcy citing a 40% drop in profits compared to the same time last year.
July 30: A Florida couple was arrested for refusing to quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus.
July 30: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) imposed a mandatory House floor mask policy.
July 30: Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) tested positive for COVID-19 after being criticized for not wearing a mask. However, Gohmert said he tested positive after complying with mask mandates and felt the mask usage did not protect him from getting the virus and may have even contributed to it.
July 30: An article from Forbes chided people for independent research and thought when it comes to issues like coronavirus, climate change and vaccinations claiming it “can lead to spectacular failures when it comes to a scientific matter.” The article cited criticism of fluoridated water as an example of thought that is dangerous, even though many studies and lawsuits currently challenge the narrative that fluoride is beneficial.
July 31: CDC Director Robert Redfield testified before Congress that there will be “significant public health consequences” if schools do not reopen.He also noted that schools must open, but be done smartly.
July 31: Dr. Fauci testified before a House subcommittee stating his belief that the US did not impose strict enough lockdowns and opened too early as opposed to European countries. These opinions were refuted by Phillip W. Magness in an American Institute for Economic Research article called “Fact Checking Fauci.” The article states:
…several data points directly conflict with both the express claims of Fauci’s testimony and its implied interpretations, as advanced by outlets such as the New York Times.
July 31: A survey found that fewer Americans would resume daily activities as coronavirus cases increase with only 44% saying they would send their child back to school if restrictions were lifted by public health officials.
July 31: The coronavirus recession had a detrimental effect on funding needed for government programs like Medicare and Social Security due to a decrease in revenue streams and taxes.
July 31: As US unemployment and homelessness continue to rise, the Census Bureau’s weekly Household Pulse Survey, revealed that almost 30 million Americans went hungry during the seven day period from July 14-21.
July 31: Some US universities considered or required students to install COVID-related tracking technology on their personal devices.
Other Significant News from July
17 NYC Catholic schools announced they would permanently close due to COVID-19 impact.
The FTC and FDA sent hundreds of warning letters threatening doctors, clinics, and online suppliers of natural products to cease and desist selling products advertised to prevent, treat or cure symptoms of COVID-19.
Many state and local governments plan to raise taxes to compensate for lost revenue due to the coronavirus lockdowns increasing the economic destruction for the average citizen and business owner.
Officials in Rockland County, NY issued subpoenas to people who refused to cooperate with contact tracers.
Scientists began to contradict earlier beliefs about COVID-19 transmission believing that airborne transmission is much more prevalent and suggest indoor mask wearing and better ventilation systems.
Dr. David Brownstein and a team of researchers published a study in which 100% of 107 patients diagnosed with COVID-19 ceased having symptoms through the use of nutritional and oxidative therapies.
Nearly one-third of excess deaths in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States were linked to causes other than COVID-19.
A study by the by the National Bureau of Economic Research stated that Black Lives Matter protests did not lead to a spike in coronavirus cases.
Reuters featured a Life in the Coronavirus photo catalog.
…many schools and kindergartens have tried to apply the social distancing regulation to young school children. This has taken the form of chalking out two metre spaced apart circles or squares on the classroom and playground floor and ordering children to stay in them. Young children have been told to sit or stand alone in what amount to individually tailored exclusion zones and psychological prisons.
Remdesivir, the drug promoted by Dr. Fauci, only promises modest results in treating COVID-19 as patients given the drug tend to recover 4 days faster staying in the hospital 11 days instead of 15. Remdesivir can cause severe kidney failure (requiring dialysis, kidney transplant), liver failure, genetic mutation, and heart problems up to cardiac arrest.
In an article entitled Forced Vaccination Plan Unveiled by Bill Sardi the author stated,
Despite the horridness of COVID-19 induced death (drowning in lung fluid), the accumulated mortality rate as of early July 2020 is still only 131,065 deaths, or 0.00039% deaths in the entire population. Very few of these reported deaths are attribute to COVID-19 coronavirus alone.
Sardi goes on to suggest that officials may be confusing tuberculosis cases with COVID-19 since they share common symptoms stating,
Many COVID-19 cases are believed to be miscoded cases of tuberculosis… The U.S. doesn’t inoculate for TB because it believes there is a low rate of infection. But an estimated 13 million Americans have latent (dormant) tuberculosis (a majority of these are immigrants from foreign lands). It could be many of the reported cases of COVID-19 are actually TB.
A preliminary study suggested that the tuberculosis vaccine may play a role in limiting COVID-19 deaths.
COVID-19 cases rose sharply in Africa particularly in Algeria, Ghana, Egypt, South Africa and Nigeria.
Entertainers like Tom Hanks, Jennifer Aniston, and Lizzo took the public stage ‘urging’ people to wear masks.