World Health Org. Backtracks From Bombshell 'Asymptomatic Transmission Very Rare' Statement

World Health Org. Backtracks From Bombshell ‘Asymptomatic Transmission Very Rare’ Statement

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  1. 2020. The year that "doctor" became meaningless. Just cause a person is a doctor does NOT neccesarily mean they know what they're talking about. That's why they "practice" medicine. WHO and the CDC needs to just fu$% right off.

  2. I think CBN is an excellent source of news. That being said, when it comes to anything medical or related to vaccines they seem completely sold out to big pharma. As such I and others I know generally skip anything they have to say related to health.

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